Hello PinkWhen readers! I’m Bethany from Whistle and Ivy, and today I am sharing a fun tutorial for these geometric earrings, using polymer clay. If you haven’t made anything with polymer clay, now is the time to start. I have been having so much fun with it! I made this nerdy solar system necklace, and this easy romantic stamped pendant. It’s so easy to work it, and doesn’t dry out until you bake it, so you can take all the time you need getting your project just right. It’s also fun to mix colors! I started making these earrings, but
Four Steps to Upcycle Vintage Doors by: Jennifer Riner Traditional doors were once merely home passageways intended for security, privacy and heat preservation. Today’s designers go beyond functionality and incorporate antique doors throughout interiors, even in furnishings and as wall décor. Use the following tips to find and feature reclaimed wood doors at home. Hunt for Discounts Search architectural salvage shops for inexpensive antique doors. Some resale stores occasionally carry vintage home materials, including doors and windows. For free pieces, try asking the neighbors. Homes undergoing extensive renovations might dispose of old doors with faulty hinges or cracks. Keep an
Over the last several years my tastes have started to change. I have always loved the rustic look, but I never really incorporated that design into my house, or into my Christmas. This year I am planning on making that change, and it’s also going to run over to my gifting ideas as well. To that point, today I am going to share with you this DIY Rustic Christmas Gift Idea. I personally think it would be perfect for a mantle or coffee table in any home this Christmas.
Hi Everyone! It’s Dee from Meatloaf and Melodrama, and I’m back with an easy mason jar craft that’s perfect for fall decorating. I’m a big fan of the rustic glam look, and even though my own home is probably more rustic than glam, a girl can dream! Anyway, I’ve been noticing that metallic finishes are big this season, so I decided to make my own metallic decor, using spray paint and glass jars. But, I didn’t want the look to be too modern, so I created these rustic glam mason jar vases that can be used throughout the upcoming holiday
This shop is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Goody, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #GoodyGorgeous http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV As a mom, I know I am preaching to the choir to other moms when I say that after school activities can be hectic and rushed. Sometimes I wonder where the time goes! It flies by so fast. When I grab my oldest from school, it’s a quick change and then out the door…if we are lucky. She really has beautiful long hair, and it always looks so pristine in the mornings before we
I know it’s a little early, but I had to share some of these cute and easy DIY Christmas Gift ideas. There are so many options for handmade presents, ornaments, gift boxes, and treats, but I put together a quick list of 25 ideas that are super cute and fun. You can find ideas big or small.
It’s Sarah here from Edea Smith. As the weather here in England has suddenly turned and Autumn is well and truly here (its raining badly as I type this) I have been forced indoors, dug out my winter cardigans, turned on the heating and found myself crafting more than ever… what else is a girl to do, right? DIY Rag Banner. If you want a craft that is quick – check! easy – check! cute – check! and takes just three items to make – check! then this is the one for you. As a Mommy to two girls (1.5yr and 3.5yr)
Hi everyone! Laura here from Pet Scribbles with another fun bit of Fall decor you can make: a pumpkin cookie cutter garland! It all began when I saw these adorable pumpkin cookie cutters at Michaels for just 99 cents each! I love the muted orange color and knew right there in the store that I’d make a cookie cutter garland with them. Here’s how you can easily make your own . . . Supplies needed: a ruler, twine, scissors, tulle ribbon (wide if possible) Step One: Tie a 12-inch piece of twine to the “stem” of each pumpkin cookie cutter.
I love a good quick project, especially when fall and the holidays start rolling around. And one thing I love to do around this time of year is make pumpkins that carry through in your decor from September until the end of November–getting more out of a single project. These 15-minute Scrap Buster Pumpkins are no exception. They’re versatile, quick to make, and they’ll even help you use up some of those fabric scraps you have laying around. I’m Lisa Mabey from Mabey She Made It, a DIY, craft, and sewing blog, and I love being here! Let’s get started.
Halloween is absolutely one of my FAVORITE holidays to celebrate. Together, 110 fabulous Halloween ideas from some amazing bloggers will be shared this week! From costumes to parties, crafts and home decor, recipes and free printables, we have so many fun ideas to share! I guarantee you’ll find a project (or 10!) that you would love to incorporate into your Halloween festivities. All week (Monday through Saturday) myself and my blogging friends will be sharing our fun creations with all of you. Each day will include approximately 20 Halloween projects and you can “hop” from one blog to another to check them all