project, photos, and tutorial contributed by Kathleen of Snowdrop & Co .
This week’s Every Day DIY was inspired by the massive piles of paper that are currently smothering my laptop.
9th May 2013 Ever since Celine introduced me to their oversized version of the ID necklace , I’ve been drawn to flat, heavy looking curb chain.
I'm of the opinion that every day should be celebrated and not just those designated holidays. It's important to try to live every moment of your life to its fullest. A little "confetti" in my life helps to make each day all the more exciting!
Supplies: Zipper, Simple Tank
UPDATE: By popular demand, Zipper Bracelet Kits ($15) and readymade Zipper Bracelets ($20) are now available in the Brit + Co. shop ! You know we love turning unconventional materials into wearable accessories.
Modern Sprout planters are stylish, simple-to-use hydroponic planter boxes that grow organic plant life indoors.
Time: 20 minutes Materials: broken earrings, bobby pins, nail polish, E-6000 glue , clippers
Do any of you like collar tips and animals? If so, today's your lucky day.
I’m a total sucker for cute packaging and all things paper goods, and I’m totally the girl that hoards all of the cute boxes and bottles after everything is said and done. The only catch is that I wish I could keep the packaging the same forever.
Today’s DIY project is sponsored by Baba Souk .
Ever wanted to send someone something, but felt a card wasn’t enough and a gift was a little too much? Say, someone who just got a job promotion, or a close friend that you’ve agreed not to exchange gifts with? Well I had one of those moments recently when a friend got some very exciting news and so I settled on an excellent DIY solution. I call it “Congrats… in a box!” but the options for this project are endless.
I often make pieces inspired by most of the stuff I see online. This tutorial is inspired by this Alien Vertebrae Necklace from Daily Look that I saw whilst browsing the amazing world of the web - and then I changed it up a bit because I wanted a wider/bigger looking necklace and used a different material.
Even if you are making a transition to glass containers for your lunches and leftovers, chances are you still have a small stockpile of plastic containers in your kitchen.