Passion Nail Art tout conna?re et apprendre. Its just love on we heart it / visual bookmark #8843333. 9 Charmingly Delightful Beauty Techniques from All Over the World &8230; - StumbleUpon. Beauty techniques are highly beneficial, but some of them are incredibly recycled.
What I mean is, in my life, I always get the same pieces of advice. My friends and family members always share the same beauty techniques – and yes, they're extremely helpful, but sometimes I'd like to hear something new, wouldn't you? MADE: TUTORIAL: the Circle Skirt - StumbleUpon. I used to think that a gathered skirt was the easiest skirt to sew.
But I may have changed my tune. A circle skirt is possibly even easier! ….especially if you leave the elastic exposed. If you’ve ever made a poodle skirt before, it’s the same concept. Your fabric is cut in a circle, like a donut. Once you’ve created your pattern, you can whip up 4 skirts in an hour! Okay, let’s get started. What you need (for a little girl’s skirt): * about 1 yard of fabric* appx 3/4 yard of 2-inch wide elastic FABRICS to use:* Rayon* Polyester Charmuese* Simple Cotton* Thin Corduroy* Lightweight WoolMany fabrics will work for this project. ELASTIC:Wide elastic from fabric stores typically comes 2 inches or 3 inches wide; white or black in color. If you’d like to add a colorful twist to your skirt, check out our easy Tutorial for Dyeing Elastic HERE.
Measure around your waist. DIY Project: Repurposing your maps! Good Morning darlings...Hope you have a fabulous day today!! With the use of GPS there is really not much use to all those maps we collected through out time...but somehow I have a hard time throwing them away. Elsies Thrift Tips. My sister, Emma, and I started thrifting together when I got my drivers license in high school.
There are several shops in our town that stay open until 9PM, so that is what we would do for fun several times a week. With absolutely no knowledge of vintage we collected dresses and accessories from the decades that we loved, the 1950s-1970s. We also collected little boys cartoon t-shirts from the 1980s and a pretty sweet collection of "hope chest" items like fondue pots and retro coffee mugs. We started thrifting because it was a way to be unique (something very important to our high-school-selves) and a way to stretch the small budget we had for clothing. Fast forward ten years and we still love thrifting. Thrifting can be overwhelming when you start out. This next tip can be a little tricky. - StumbleUpon.
DIY Bookshelves...made with Books! You gotta love Real Simple for all of their easy, breezy DIY projects and organization tips!
All you need to complete this clever little project are some old books (pretty ones are a plus!) , some hardware and a drill. I love the colorful books they used and all of the interesting "found" objects neatly displayed. In case anyone would like to take a stab at this project, I've included the instructions below. We Heart This - DIY: Triple Stud Ring – a little tough, a little sweet, a lot cool. 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. My love of studs and my love of jewelry making crossed paths (along with inspiration from high end, designer multi-finger rings) – and the triple stud ring was born. All photos: kirsten for we heart this ** Any kind of adjustable ring blank will do. Half Moon Nails — Pretty Shiny Sparkly. Braided Headband DIY from A Beautiful Mess - StumbleUpon. DIY Fringe Scarf.
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 a cleaner look, choose a solid. Step 2: Cut horizontally across the shirt, just below the armholes, to create a rectangular tube. Step 3: Working your way around the tube, make a series of vertical cuts that extend from the raw edge upward. Step 4: Tug down on each strand to elongate it.