Dust off the skeletons in the closet and bring out your playful spirit for a fun and spooky Halloween celebration. Take it from The Wall Street Journal, who used one of our orange trees to create a spooky display fit for the season. We help you put together a spooktacular centerpiece for one of our favorite holidays!
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Summer is over, and it’s time for the kids to go back to school. It’s important to remember that preparation goes beyond buying supplies; it has everything to do with getting the kids in the right frame of mind. One way to get the entire household or classroom in gear for the school year is to create school-themed decorations.
We love how our brand ambassador and DIY maven, Jennifer Perkins, decorated our artificial wreaths to really capture that school spirit. Hang them in the classroom, study, living room, and even the playroom to give the kids school inspiration. Read on to learn how to give your space a fun learning vibe.
Summer has ended and classrooms start to fill with the excited chatter of children. If you’re looking to present your students with a vibrant surprise, Treetopia’s here to inspire you with colorful ideas. Read on to learn how to turn your room into a fun and fabulous space with the help of art teacher extraordinaire, Cassie Stephens.
Summer’s the season of fun and excitement, and we’re here to help you celebrate! July is National Ice Cream Month and if you’re looking for a sweet treat, why not add another scoop to your Christmas in July? We’ve rounded up some awesome bloggers to share their creativity in showcasing unique DIY decorations inspired by their favorite frozen desserts.
Christmas in July is an unofficial holiday. The term originated from the fact that in the southern hemisphere, Christmas is actually celebrated in the summer. Residents from that area, began to throw Christmas celebrations in July, as that is the peak month of their winter season. With so much to do in so little time, we’ve compiled a list of the best places to celebrate Christmas in July across the United States.
Treetopia’s Colors of Love has drawn to a close, and what a ride it’s been! This Pride month, our blogger partners kindly shared their personal journeys and experiences on love and acceptance. Their anecdotes in our exclusive interviews meaningfully highlighted our celebration of living your truest self and finding a community of like-minded people to support you.
Our Rainbow Squad further translated their message over to their art. Using our Rainbow Wreath as a canvas, the Crafty Lumberjacks and their friends designed and decorated their spaces with color, creativity, and personality. Check out some awesome snapshots of their fabulous creations for some inspiration and fun.
Our month long celebration of love and creativity comes to a close with our Brand Ambassador, Jennifer Perkins. A cherished friend to all, Jen is a talented mother of two, avid crafter, blogger, and thrift-a-holic. A believer in “craftivity”, Jen spreads her message of color, joy, and fun through her work. Read on to find out more about how Jen expresses her fabulous style and personality.
Lauren Fairweather continues Treetopia’s fabulous Colors of Love! This bubbly and perky creator has seemingly done it all. A musician, videographer, and artist, she’s produced plenty of content that has brought smiles to people’s faces around the world. She is a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community, expressing its mission of acceptance, representation, and pride in her work. Read more to learn about how she sees (and spreads) the magic of diversity.
Andrew and Dennis kick off this month’s Treetopia’s Colors of Love! As one of the most fabulous holiday enthusiasts out there, they’ve made a splash with their eye-catching DIY décor and colorful crafting ideas. They’re also strong role models in advocating acceptance for the LGBTQ community—blazing a trail of inspiration and fun for fans and supporters alike. We’ve asked them a couple of questions about how they express themselves online and within their family. Read on to hear their story.