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Hello sisters, Lulu here! I have a new BFF and it's name is duct tape.
A s the snow continues to fall outside of our windows we gather together at the table to create Waldorf inspired kite paper stars.
Edit Edited by RMunsonNJ, Mococatx, Temari, Maluniu and 7 others These stars are made from colored wax paper, commonly used for making paper kites.
Last month I did a makeover story with Kelsie and had many requests for a maiden braid tutorial. Yesterday she came in and we photographed these simple step by steps. Kelsie has extremely long and thick hair, but anyone with shoulder length or longer can do these braids (see my photo below for an example).
The Christmas tree can provide an excellent background for some really unique photos- here’s a tutorial on how to get some great shots before that tree comes down.
Look out, I'm about to whip out the nasty crafty on you in a way I want you all to forget about as soon as you've read this and I've posted something else. It will be our little secret. For some of you this idea may come a little too late - your kids may already be shirtless and barefoot and soaking up the sun in the name of summertime. But for a lot of us here in California, we're still in the thick of school drop-offs and pick-ups, end-of-the-year plays and award assemblies and OH SHIT did I get the teacher an end-of-the-year gift?! realizations.
This is an easy, quick and extremely budget-friendly craft that you can complete for under $15 in less than 15 minutes!
It seems I’ve teased you long enough about the flock of 250 birds on my coffee table . I’ve received a number of emails this week asking what I did with all of those little birds.