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Pumpkin Decor for Halloween As much as I love the classic carved Jack-O-Lantern tradition, it’s definitely not the only option out there when it comes to Halloween-themed pumpkins. Plus, it’s…

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  Gift Wrapping with Flowers You know me. I love gift wrap! Probably more so than the present itself. And even though my birthday is in June, it turns out…

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Punch Needle Art We’ve been wanting to do a punch needle project for a while now. Then, when our project manager, Jenny, started here at Lars last winter, it was…

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Upgrading Your Frames Frames are some of the most neutral pieces of home decor around. The default is almost always black, white, natural wood or metal of some kind. Well,…

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Crepe Paper Corn I’ve always loved fall corn wreaths. They’re such a classic decoration, and so lovely. Well, naturally, we couldn’t help it but try out a new crepe paper…

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Lars-Approved School Supplies If you look at them the right way, school supplies are the educational version of craft supplies. At least I get excited about them as if they…

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Strawberry Party Suite For our summer strawberry party, our designer, Garet, designed the most adorable strawberry party suite ever! I’m in love with all the little details, like the perfect…

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Flowers Forever Flowers can/should never go out of season, right?! Well, that’s my personal motto anyway. I came up with this paper flower garland tutorial and loved how it turned…

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An Environmental Quandary Ever forget to bring a reusable bag to the grocery store with you and end up with a pile of single use, plastic ones? I know I…

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History of Bastille Day But do you know what Bastille Day is, or its significance? Well, long story short, it’s France’s national holiday, marked by the storming of the Bastille…

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