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1 It’s been two years since my daughter, Kristen, went to her senior prom. She graduated high school in 2012, and now my 16 year old son is getting ready to attend his junior prom at the end of this month. Where we live, the prom queen is actually crowned as a junior, not a senior, and I am gushing Read More » I have super quick tutorial for you today. I tend to save all my recycled yogurt containers and had a bunch sitting around. Crafts by Amanda | easy craft tutorials for kids and adults
One of my biggest goals on the site this year, as well as Kristina’s, was to expand the type of kitchen and food related content we offer. Kristina has posted over 300 delicious recipes on Design*Sponge so far, but we wanted to dig deeper and learn more about the people behind those recipes. From what their daily lives are like and what tools they swear by to what inspires them and the work they create, this year we’re adding a few new columns in the food section that are devoted to bringing you the same sort of practical information, tips and tools that our new design columns do. With that in mind, we’re thrilled to kick off a new series that celebrates cooking tools that chefs and bakers swear by- and tips for using them.
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Hi, It's Sarah from Team Rhodes Weddings! I am going to share a simple soap DIY with you this morning. Enjoy! Shopping list: - clear glycerin (found at craft stores) or you can recycle clear soaps of your own.- essential oils for lovely smelling soaps- a small milk carton- tracing paper, book pages, transparency paper, any kind of paper, or pretty fabric squares.
We had a dilemma in our new home. Since I don’t have a china hutch, I needed a place to display my nice pieces. So, a tall Wal-Mart bookcase came in handy. Since we didn’t have room for storing Tupperware or other items that can also become a mess, two short bookcases (one on either side) seemed like a great way to round out that wall and add balance. Then the second dilemma. How do we keep the two smaller sets of shelves organized all the time when my husband’s old way of putting away Tupperware was to throw it in the cabinet and slam the door shut before it fell out?! Croq Zine – The Blog
Editor's note: For our last week at Style Lush, I've asked the writers to share both a favorite post by another writer, from over the last three years, and a favorite post of their own. You'll see these posts linked to at the top of their new post for the week. Enjoy a stroll down Lush memory lane! By Janet What fun it has been to write on this corner of the Internet for the last few years! I'm delighted to have been part of such an amazing team of women. Style Lush
Editor's note: A big welcome to Lauren! A stylish, smart mom from Virginia. You can visit her at Petroni, and follow her on Twitter, too! It's great to have her. By Lauren
When it comes to fashion classics with a sleek design and luxurious details...I think of bold stone necklaces, natural silky dresses...shoes with a dash of glitter and spark, subtle wrist party but with good quality pieces, a bold red statement, a touch of animal print, the quintessential trench coat....!! What comes to your mind when you think of sleek design, classic lines and luxurious details? As part of Chevy Malibu promotional campaign we where asked to do Pinterst Board (view here) and share how the classic Chevy Malibu inspire us with its classic design. I personally love an ad campaign that speak directly to smart women and that focuses on providing value rather than just another promoting a product. How about you?
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. How about this lovely way of repurposing them?? I think they are super cute for a corridor to the kids room, or a small side wall!!
Today I’m part of the blog tour for This Book Was a Tree: Ideas, Adventures, and Inspiration for Rediscovering the Natural World by Marcie Cuff of the blog Mossy. This clever book offers ideas and projects to get away from technology and get back to nature. You can make a terrarium, sundial, journal, natural bug repellent, bird nesting ball, and garden projects. I look forward to trying the pinhole camera project with the kids soon.
When I bought something at a store recently, the clerk handed me my purchase in a bag made from a newspaper. I liked it very much and had to make some more—thus today's DIY recycled newspaper project: gift bags made from the Wall Street Journal. You can vary the dimensions, of course, but here's what I used to create a bag that's 5" tall, 4.5" wide, and 3" deep. Stack two sheets of newspaper on top of each other. This will be a two-ply bag for extra sturdiness.
Craft Stew Posted on | April 4, 2014 | No Comments Description: What can be better than candy bars and cheesecake combined? Absolutely nothing! Craft Link: Mini Butterfinger Cheesecakes Read More : Recipes or Home Featured on Craft Stew?
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