DIY Marbled Trainers I’ve been making a start on DIYing my perfect Paris break wardrobe and I was so excited about this one it had to be the first! I’d never marbled onto fabric before now, so there was a bit of trial and error involved in making these but I’m so pleased with the outcome. I’m imagining running around on the banks of the river Seine in these little beauties. The perfect item for the tourist trail! Turn a tshirt into leggings Thanks for visiting my blog! :) I am a young vintage-lover and I blog about things I make, wear, and like. You can find me in S. Wood Pallet Bookshelf - a mini tutorial When I saw this project on Pinterest, I knew I just *had* to make it for Will's room. Luckily, my hubby was able to get his hands on a wood pallet for me. When he brought it home, our conversation went something like this: "Here's the wood pallet you wanted for that bookshelf."
DIY: How to Make a Braided Yarn Scarf Previously, I managed the blog BePrettyCheap.com where I documented adventures in thrifty fashion. I fell in love with a braided scarf on PixieMarket.com, decided to create one myself, and outlined the how-to on the blog. I suspended BePrettyCheap, but before I did, my DIY post made it onto Pinterst. Fix a fitted shirt I showed this blouse a while back and received several requests for a tutorial. Unfortunately, I didn't document the process very well as I was just experimenting around. I'm not a professional sewer, so these steps are just to show what I did and are not intended as instructions! Earlier this year, I couldn't get enough of feminine tie-neck blouses.
Printable Weather Activity What’s the weather like where you are? Create your very own neat printable weather station to hang on your wall and report today’s weather like an expert! This printable weather activity is a fun way to encourage kids to observe the weather everyday and learn how to describe it in words. Kids will find the dial and sliders fun to use. Follow our easy tutorial below to assemble the dial and the sliders. Jeans to Coral Skinnies // DIY Sorry I didn't post a Mid-Week Sneak Peek this past Wednesday, it was the first day of classes and this week has been quite crazy with all the various Welcome Week activities. Now on to the tutorial for this week! I've been loving the brightly colored skinny jean trend lately, but as usual, I don't love the price tag. Asahina Azusa - Brothers Conflict Wiki Azusa Asahina (朝日奈 梓, Asahina Azusa) is the sixth son of the Asahina Family and the triplet brother of Tsubaki and Natsume. Appearance Edit
Alter too big clothes to fit Thanks to Sydney's in-store sale tip (plus a well-timed extra discount last weekend), I've heard from several of you who are now new owners of the Old Navy print wrap dress. I love seeing the same item styled differently, so please feel free to email/tweet me a photo of yourself or post one to my Facebook wall, and I'll share them when I post mine. I mentioned in my review that there were slight fit issues with this dress.
Shoe Makeover I love the simple, carefree style of laceless tennis shoes, especially in the summer. They're the best shoes to slip on before running errands, shopping, being outside, or really anything. I've been drooling over these Keds for a while now... However $50 for one pair of shoes really isn't in my budget.
60 Beauty Products You Should Make Yourself and Stop Buying You can save a bundle on beauty products when you make them on your own at home. Some of these recipes show you how to use simple ingredients that are low cost, while others show you how to stretch out high-quality ingredients so they last longer, saving you money that way. 1. Coconut Oil Honey Hair Mask Coconut oil and honey combine to make a mask that your hair won’t soon forget.
Poem Scarf Earlier this year, I had my eye on a scarf from We Are Owls . It was cashmere, hand-painted, and gorgeous. But also more than I was willing to shell out for a scarf. But it was still swoon-worthy. source: we are owls doily canvas bag Thankfully everyone seems to be making a switch from plastic to lasting when it comes to shopping bags, so here’s another fun little tutorial on customizing one to make it oh so cute. You might notice a lot of doilies in my recent diy projects. Since I was getting so many ready for A Christmas Gathering I used a lot of the same materials…monograms seems to be pretty popular now too. My friend Cindy called while I was working on this and suggested I just go ahead a put a “W” on it for her, I happily obligied. Canvas bag ($2.00 when on sale at Hobby Lobby), fabric paint, paper doily, Krylon Paper Finishes Adhesive Spray