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Here is a fun and easy project to spruce up a plain gift box. These come in handy for birthday presents, Christmas gifts, or they can also make cute storage boxes for your own items. You can use whatever you have on hand to decorate and the possibilities are endless!
These pretty satin flowers are the perfect embellishment to brighten up any outfit. The best thing is they are so simple to make! Read on to find out how to make your own...
When I was my daughter's age, my mom used to make these pretty little paper boxes out of wrapping paper.
Flowers in the hair, how girly! You can increase your eostrogen levels too by making these jewel encrusted fabric flowers in minutes and glue to a headband for the latest look (see Fashion Designers below).
Hi friends! It’s time for another recycle transformation! You know me, I am always trying to upcycle my old furniture and accessories and turn them into something new again.
With the Queen's Jubilee kicking off yesterday, I figured it was only fitting to whip up a seriously fabulous fascinator for the occasion. With a cup of tea and some white gloves, this could totally transport you straight into Buckingham Palace. Supplies: Thick Sinamay or similar ribbon Large silk flower Button Hair comb Decorative feather floral picks Needle and thread
I hope you didn't mind the wait and are not disappointed - but I finally got my act together. So, here's a new tutorial for a very easy to assemble drawstring coin purse. As a matter of fact this is so easy it would make a nice little craft for kids too.
Look at that so-cute-I-could-cry baby headband!
You may have seen the post that Emily wrote a few weeks back showing you DIY gift wrap ideas using everyday materials. Well. . . she inspired me.
När jag var liten lärde min mamma mig göra dessa pappersaskar. Den kunskapen sitter i än idag och jag har även lärt min äldsta dotter hur man gör.
I've just started another marriage certificate and have been thinking a lot about the design the past few days.
I thought some of you would enjoy a quick tutorial on how to make those little paper flowers I used as part of my table setting a couple weeks ago. The credit for these go to Martha Stewart (I saw this idea nearly 10 years ago in her magazine, but haven't been able to find it on her website). So here I go.. Step 1: Draw a spiral on a 4x4" square sheet of paper
I love giving homemade cards. Come to think of it I like giving homemade... everything! I especially like cards though, they are a simple way to add a nice thoughtful touch.