Meet the Bloggers of the 2018 Halloween and Harvest Style Challenge
We’re excited to introduce you to our partners participating in this year’s Halloween and Harvest Style Challenge. We asked each of these talented bloggers to craft a Halloween or Harvest inspired space using top product picks and accessories from The Home Depot.
Each blogger put a personal spin on their spaces and we are excited to reveal them on the blog over in the coming weeks. Read more about our 2018 partners below and stay tuned to see full reveals of their spaces!
Anika is a physicist and electrical engineer by trade, and the DIYer behind Anika’s DIY Life. Anika stumbled upon the world of DIY as she was looking for furniture for her daughter. After reading tons of DIY blogs, she decided to build it herself. Fast forward six years later and she’s sharing her favorite furniture builds, woodworking tips, home décor, and all things DIY in the hopes of inspiring others.
Brooke is a DIY lover and self-proclaimed organization nerd whose goal is to help make the world of DIY and organization approachable for everyone. Having grown up next to her grandparents, Brooke learned crafting and woodworking at an early age and hopes to pass the tradition down to her two girls. Brooke’s blog, Cribbs Style, is full of DIY projects, affordable home decor, tips for decluttering, and real-life stories from her personal journey.
Jenna has always been an avid crafter and DIYer. When she moved to the US from Ireland, she realized she needed a way to share her projects with family and friends back home. So, she started her blog, Jenna Kate at Home. Jenna’s blog marries all of her passions, including home design, DIY, baking, and entertaining.
Nickell, or Kell for short, is an island girl turned artist who moved to the Big Apple when she was 10. Just a few years ago, Kell gave up her successful corporate career to pursue her passion and hasn’t looked back since. Now, you can find her DIYing everything from furniture to festive holiday crafts on her blog, Simply Handmade Studios.
Scott is a self-taught, award winning papier-mâché artist who specializes in all things Halloween. Scott has participated in the Halloween and Harvest Style Challenge in previous years and continues to push the boundaries of both the papier-mâché medium and the Halloween genre. Scott opened Stolloween Studio in Midland, MI in 2013 to serve as both his workspace and teaching space, hosting workshops for anyone interested in learning his techniques.
Miranda is a maker, mom of three, crafter, podcaster, and so much more. Her goal is to share inspiration and handmade goods for a creative, adventurous lifestyle on her blog, Live Free Creative Co. Miranda combines minimalism and natural materials with fun prints and pops of color to create her own unique style, sharing her process on her blog and social channels along the way.
Morgan and her husband are crafting their first home together in Charleston, renovating, DIYing, decorating, and sharing their process along the way. On their blog, Charleston Crafted, they share everything from full room makeovers to small swaps that make a big impact.
Ashley is the interior designer behind At Home with Ashley. Ashley is passionate about creating a beautiful home and life and wants to help her audience do the same. On her blog, you’ll find tips for creating affordable décor, lifestyle posts about her family, insights on taking beautiful photos, and so much more.
April and Davey together run a family focused vlog, documenting their journey alongside their five children. On April and Davey, you’re sure to find everything from a family adventure to Yellowstone, to real family moments and struggles.
Melanie is the lifestyle vlogger behind Living Luxuriously for Less, a channel dedicated to living creatively, beautifully, and luxuriously for less. Melanie shares tons of budget friendly tips for decorating, DIYing, hosting, and more.
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