Ahoy there Hipster Homers! I’m Julie and I’m the very first guest blogger on this fine site. Today’s project involves breaking stuff, plants, found objects, and miniatures. Fun, right? Let’s get started!
I put together a succulent terrarium and it's the cutest thing ever. As such, I had to share it with you ladies! They can be used as table centerpieces or perhaps favors if you have a small guestlist. I had been seeing these little succulariums on Etsy where people are charging something like 30 bucks for them. I made mine for around $10! I found the candleholder at CB2 in San Francisco and thought it would make the perfect container: I was RIGHT!
A fun, easy and silly gift to give the cute men in our lives this Father's Day. First, draw a mustache on the top of your mug with a sharpie marker. As you can see mine took a couple times to get right. Second, trace around the edges of the drawn mustache with your Pebeo pen. Next, fill in the mustache with your Pebeo gel stain.
Posted by Rebecca D. Dillon | | There have been so many people I know having a birthday this month, myself included , I thought it'd be fun to share some ideas for wrapping your gifts in the prettiest of packaging! I think using a mason jar is the most brilliant idea for packaging and it's a diy gift wrap idea and present in one. Recycle an old jar and fill with flowers then attach a handmade tag with hair pins for the perfect super girly birthday present!
We’re this close to our final DIY wedding favor project, but fret not. We have another great project in store for you today, and it’s so timely with Earth Day coming up next week. These soy wax candle favors were made using recycled materials, natural ingredients, and it’s also very budget-friendly. Sounds like an all around winner, non ? What you’ll need : - Soy wax flakes (can be purchased in bulk in places like here …or at your local candle supply shop since we’re talking green) - Wick ( here + here ) - Containers. They can be vintage teacups, recycled jars, old tumblers, Depression glass goblets … - Pitcher with spout - Fragrance oil (I recommend this Etsy store if you’re making them in several different scents for your guests to choose from) - Popsicle sticks, chopsticks, or something to hold the wick (we drilled a hole in the middle of Popsicle sticks, but you can also find readymade ones at candle supply stores) - Candle dye, optional
Hey guys! Hope you all had a great Wednesday I have a fun project to share today! I started with a 1×8 board from Lowe’s that I cut to about 2′ long.
Did y’all know that you can take this and turn it into… This? And that this will eventually produce…