3 Easy Guest Room Decor DIY Ideas

Click play above to watch my LauriePOP Where Ideas POP video about these three DIY ideas.

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I absolutely love this printable from Today’s Creative Life which is totally FREE!  The other one is in my video above.  I appreciate this blogging community’s generosity!  Y’all are so sweet, encouraging, and generous to each other.  To work hard on a printable and then give it away for FREE?!  So sweet!

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For the labels, I used washi tape and 2×4 labels.  Customize your labels with a creative, welcoming phrase.

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Toilet paper rolls, cut across all the way in a quarter inch width, will make your coaster. The video above gives you the step by step directions.  Once you hot glue the ends and spray paint, you’re done!  Paint it red, dip it in glitter, and you have Christmas decor!

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Videos I mentioned above:  Tissue Paper Crafts and Fake Fall Flowers in My Front Yard

I’m linking up with Still Being Molly, Mom’s the Word, Shelbee On The Edge, Two Thirty Five DesignsA Pocketful of Polka Dots, Garay Treasures and Nourishing Joy.

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Long Haul Flight: WHAT TO PACK?

What state or country are you POPping to soon?  Traveling on a long haul flight is any flight longer than 4 hours to me.

Most important:

Take pics of your passport and then email them to yourself, a family member, and the person you’re visiting.  The person you’re visiting may not know your family member’s email.  So if they’re the only ones to know to come looking for you, they need a copy.  Also take a picture of  your insurance card and email a copy to yourself.  Second to the top priority is to take an antibacterial wipe in a baggie so you can wipe down that tray table that never ever gets cleaned.

Wake Up Bag Near the End of the Flight:

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At the end of the flight, I always feel like death warmed over.  I don’t want to brush my teeth right before landing with airplane sink water that says “Not Potable.”  That’s where the Tooth Wipe comes in.  They just help you have fresh breath and don’t need water.  They’re amazing!  Five come in a box, individually wrapped-to share!  And I LOVE carrying Floss Sticks on every flight.  These work better than the name brand ones

To help you feel refreshed, I keep one facial wipe inside a plastic baggie.  Here’s what ya do:  wipe down your face and then take bottled water to bathroom to give it a quick rinse.  Helps ya make it to that hotel room…or to the coffee shop.

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Toiletries:

Keep your toiletries bag in your backpack so that they have equal pressure.  Eye drops, ear drops (if beach or pool location) and a tube-not tub-of Vaseline.  Ear drops leaked one time on me b/c I had to check my bag at the last minute, so now I just buy a new bottle that is sealed.  Or I put them in a plastic bag and put that into my quart bag.  Is lip gloss a liquid? Argh!  Check out my Toiletries Video.

Backpack or Rucksack:

Checked bags can get lost, or you may have to check your bag at the last minute.  I pack a swim suit; don’t want to be without your swim suit if you are finally at the beach  I’d also sneak a pair of undies in a baggie.  Pack socks and slide on flip flops in case it’s FREEZING on the plane.  Electronics:  cords, camera, car charger for your phone b/c after a long haul, you might be way close to 0% battery power.

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On a long haul flight, I need any extra space.  So I take tiny loop-over-my-ear headphones vs the cute puffy ones.

Other items include a Travel pillow or maybe this kind of New PillowFloating Croakies (awesome invention), Off (travel size), sunscreen, foldable brush, roll-on stick of perfume, medicines, and a plastic trash bag for wet or sweaty clothes on the way home.

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My friend at Amber Oliver has a DIY luggage tag with a free printable cut file.

Here’s a totally FREE and cute packing-list  for y’all that is divided into broader categories.

More travel videos:  Find out How To Pack A Carry On or my first YouTube video about our trip to Fixer Upper’s Magnolia Market.

I wish you on-time departures and lots of room for suitcases and backpacks!  Thank you so much for watching my LauriePOP Where Ideas POP YouTube Channel!

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Fake Flowers For Fall – Front Yard


If you have not watched my First Fake Flowers in my Front Yard video from February, you can watch that here.

According to The Telegraph, fake flowers are Cool!

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Why Fake Flowers?

There are so many on a bunch that I can just spread them out inbetween these aloe leaves.

They don’t die if you accidentally sit on them while arranging them.

Your nails stay clean.

They’re cheaper if you can find them at The Dollar Tree.  Remember, The Dollar Tree ships!

You cannot tell they’re fake from the road.

You can Fix Them and Forget Them.

 

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I put two of my pots together, and then my hubby brought home a huge pot.  So I spent $10 on this mighty center piece and bought more Fall ones at The Dollar Tree.

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Added some taller ones from Hobby Lobby, and I love how it turned out.  No idea how our Lantana that once was dead is ALIVE!

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Thank you for POPping over.  You may want to watch these videos from my LauriePOP Where Ideas POP YouTube Channel:

Organizing Under My Bathroom Sink

How To Pack in Only a CarryOn

Fixer Upper Visit (my first ever YouTube video)

I’m linking up with Live Laugh RoweTwo Thirty-Five Designs and Shelbee On The Edge.

 

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