January 2015 archive

Gold and Cord or Leather Bracelets

Gold and Cord or Leather Bracelets 4.22/5, 422 votes

Gold and Cord or Leather Bracelets

Stackable bracelets are all the rage right now. Kids and teens love to layer on the colors and with this easy tutorial from Honestly WTF you can learn how to make your own stackable bracelets. From single colorful cord bracelets with gold tubes to leather wraps, the author shows you how to make very simple Continue reading...

Canvas Photo Collage

Canvas Photo Collage 4.27/5, 634 votes

Canvas Photo Collage

For this simple project all you will need is a canvas, picutures to fit the canvas, mod podge, and a paintbrush. It is really that simple. So sort through your pictures, grab your jar of mod podge, a paintbrush and a canvas to start this amazing project from Vintage Wanna Bee. The name might be Continue reading...

Cake Batter Martini

Cake Batter Martini 3.95/5, 258 votes

Cake Batter Martini

Usually I don’t drink to get drunk. I drink to try the flavors and enjoy a buzz. So straight alcohol is usually a turnoff while flavorful drinks are much more appealing to me. The list on this martini are all scrumtious sounding. I absolutely love cake batter, and have a feeling I would love this Continue reading...

Adjustable Stackable Macrame Bracelets

Adjustable Stackable Macrame Bracelets 4.11/5, 389 votes

Adjustable Stackable Macrame Bracelets

Macrame was always a craft we would do at camp. However it was always with twine, so usually we were making chunky key chains and not fashionable bracelets. These fun bracelets are the equivalent of the camp macrame projects, but sleek and stylish. Over at Honestly WTF we found a tutorial for charmed stackable macrame Continue reading...

Cute Valentines For Him

Cute Valentines For Him 4.46/5, 620 votes

Cute Valentines For Him

Boys don’t necessarily always understand Valentines day. Sure they get you a nice romantic gift but what to get them? It’s not necessarily the jewelry that matters, and for some video games are nice, but these cute ideas from Older and Wisor are perfect for an inexpensive Valentines surprise. My favorite is the Skor candy Continue reading...

Distressing Wood

Distressing Wood 4.44/5, 676 votes

Distressing Wood

We have mentioned distressing wood a few times in the past few months, and we found this amazing tutorial from Morgan Kervin that explains the process very well. She distressed a baby bed for a photo prop, but you can use this for signs, pallet projects, and more. All you need for this project is Continue reading...

So Excited We Wet Our Plants- Cute Garden Sign

So Excited We Wet Our Plants- Cute Garden Sign 4.37/5, 138 votes

So Excited We Wet Our Plants- Cute Garden Sign

This super cute sign is perfect to make this time of year. It’s almost spring and what better way to celebrate than preparing for your spring garden? We found this super cute sign over at The Little Green Bean and thought it was adorable. We love the way they use multiple fonts to make it Continue reading...

Swirly Paper Flowers

Swirly Paper Flowers 4.46/5, 1017 votes

Swirly Paper Flowers

These gorgeous curly flowers are deceptively simple to make. Just a few pieces of colored paper, either custom colored flowers that you make or paper that you’ve found such as construction paper. With a few cuts, a few twists and curls, you can make these beautiful flowers for a spring bouquet, or even for a Continue reading...

Ombre Heart Tote

Ombre Heart Tote 4.39/5, 277 votes

Ombre Heart Tote

This super easy idea for and ombre bag is also quite versatile. Don’t like totes? This would make a very cute Valentines card, or on a paper bag for a class project prior to handing out Valentines. All you need for this project is some fabric paint (or any other paint should you choose a Continue reading...

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