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Over the past week I have come to realize that I am not alone. There are other organizational fruit-loops out there, after all! After sharing my Daily Page I got several requests for a more complete page that would allow you to view and organize your entire week on one sheet. Request completed . The original idea for this came from a reader who shared with me this link , but I of course spiced it up and have organized it in a way that I would find most useful—I like to track my water consumption (I aim for 80 oz every day) and I also take a multi-vitamin and a fish oil supplement.
Life gives us a lot of things to juggle. Thankfully, I’m a pretty skilled multi-tasker and the fact that I am slightly obsessed with staying organized doesn’t hurt, either. I recently designed my own Daily Page to help keep my days on a focused path towards whatever goals I need to achieve.
Thanks to the ever-generous citizens of the internet, we can learn to sew a whole crop of totes, pouches, and bags. Find free patterns and tutorials right here: Boxy pouches made from a thrifted suit at See Kate Sew Phoebe Bag from Artsy Crafty Babe Nature Explorer Bag at Chez Beeper Bebe Olivia Bag from Dixie Mango Hip pouch by Daisie Janie Madras summer tote from Noodlehead Pleated tote by Artsy Crafty Babe iPhone pouch from During Quiet Time Denim tote at Between the Lines <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
A cheap and easy way to make fabric people won't believe you made... Recently while working on a special Burdastyle project I stumbled upon some of the most beautiful fabric I had ever seen! Rows of scalloped tulle sewn together in layers to create this amazing scale-like illusion...I _had_ to have it and for half off of $40 a yd, I could sacrifice eating if it meant I could have just one yard!
I think tshirt yarn is perfect for a knotted headband! I even have a quick video on how to form the knot. I think we've all seen that fun Knotted Headband by You Seriously Made That - - here's a refresher: Cami did a great job and I followed her tutorial for the "knot" part of the headband. So go there for that. But instead of crocheting long strands, I used Tshirt Yarn.
ok so once i saw this DIY on ISLY i didn't even finish reading the instructions before i was looking through andy's old t-shirts . it's so simple! i became a little bit obsessed [as the possibilities are endless] my personal favorite of the things i made was the headband because it doesn't hurt my head but holds my hair back..imagine that! but see the images below for what else i made... [p.s. i varied the width of the strips i cut for the ring and the headband making them much skinnier]
In my previous nursery post I gave you a sneak peek at my latest DIY project. I wish I could say that I brainstormed these beautiful pom poms on my own, but I actually got the idea from a wedding blog. OnceWed.com features a DIY Wedding Pom Pom tutorial that I replicated (along with their color scheme - isn't it gorgeous and perfect for a little girl's room?).
D.I.Y: Recycled T-Shirt Scarf 1} Gather a few old t-shirts you don't wear anymore; thrift them or buy new -- but choose thin, soft (preferably worn out) t-shirts. Find two t-shirts of different colors that go well together.
Alrighty then, we’ve rounded up a whole slew of Adobe Illustrator patterns for you to download today. They are all free vector downloads with a retro style. The designs vary, from simple circles, to ornate patterns. Some are quite unique, adorned with vain peacocks or colorful butterflies. Many have a vintage wallpaper design feel to them.
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