We’re so excited to continue to add to our amazing crew of writers at we heart this. Today, we want to give a big welcome to Kirsten , who will be sharing her crafty ways with the lucky wht readers every month. A fan of vintage everything (but especially shoes) with a love of art, music, beauty, fashion, she’s a wht chick after our own hearts! And make sure to check Kirsten’s blog, Studs and Pearls for tons of inspirational photographs, musical fun and loads more tutorials. ~ wht As many of you creative ladies know, studs and multi-finger rings are some of the most well loved fashion trends right now . Double and triple finger rings are such significant statement pieces , and can really bring an outfit to an entirely new level.
Everyone needs a go-to fringe scarf in their fashion repertoire. Here’s an easy way to make your own. What You Will Need: -Old T-Shirt -Good Scissors Step 1: Go through your old T-shirts and find a daring print or color combo.
for the entire month of september will be baking, sewing & crafting up a storm, preparing handmade gifts for this holiday season… welcome to our holiday-inspired “bake, craft & sew along.” we will be baking, sewing & crafting up a storm, preparing handmade gifts for this holiday season all month long. yep! yep! 30 days of projects. so dust off your sewing machine, & head on over to skip to my lou for some fabulous sewing projects. a southern fairytale is spotlighting lots of edible yummies & holiday-inspired recipes you definitely don’t want to miss. & to check out ALL of our crafty & creative projects go HERE . today, our featured blogger is the very extremely lovely myra, of my blessed life . myra writes… Hi fabulous ATK readers!
It's my turn to share my everyday styling routine! Ready, set, go... I'm not a fan of owning tons of makeup. This past year I cleaned out my collection, keeping only essential items that I use every day.
Emma and I love printed scarves. We've collected vintage silk scarves for years. They're the perfect classic accessory for all seasons with endless styling possibilities.
I’ve been wanting to do this for a year. It’s one of those things I’ve just been putting off. I love ball canning jars, especially the blue ones. The first thing you have to do to make the lights, is take out the glass seal. So I took the hammer and busted up the seal to get it out.
Not too long ago I read an article in Better Homes and Gardens or Martha Stewart , I forget which, about how to make your own votive candle holder. I loved the idea for the 4th of July, so I made this one with coordinating holiday colors. Two months ago . Hey, it’s been a busy summer . At any rate, this super easy project could be transferred to fall colors, Christmas holiday colors, Valentine’s Day, you name it.
We love DIY projects here at Lifehacker. Whether we're building computers, backyard projects, or turning office supplies into artillery, we're always tinkering. Today we're taking a peek at the most popular DIY projects of 2009.
When I visit a friend’s home, it’s the little details filling the house that stand out and make me feel welcome. In my own home, I want to find ways to make my guests feel special. Baking cookies or having a favorite drink on hand is easy. What is not so easy is the tiny size of our guest bathroom. The small space makes it difficult to have extra little items on hand for guests. To add a bit of storage that is both pleasing to look at and practical, I attached a thrifted vanity suitcase to the wall to serve as a towel holder and small cabinet.
Oh how I love accessories! They can make any dull outfit brighter, cuter, and more interesting. Here are some of my favorites I’ve come across this season. Beautiful handmade headbands from Taza (found via SeeSaw Designs ).
I’ve been asked a few times where I get my ideas from. While creative ideas can be sometimes be elusive, sometimes they hit me instantly. The other night I was actually working on another project involving a hole puncher – the kind that has a little reservoir to catch the punched paper.
It’s been a while since I’ve done an AFEO (Art From Everyday Objects) post. It’s not been for lack of ideas. It’s been for lack of time.
I did an art/science project with my 2 year old today and I just had to share. You probably already have the ingredients in your kitchen right now to do it yourself. We were completely mesmerized by this – I heard lots of “wows” from my son. I love it when art and science collide.