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365 days. 365 items of clothing. 365 dollars

365 days. 365 items of clothing. 365 dollars

Triple Stud Ring – a little tough, a little sweet, a lot cool We’re so excited to continue to add to our amazing crew of writers at we heart this. Today, we want to give a big welcome to Kirsten, who will be sharing her crafty ways with the lucky wht readers every month. A fan of vintage everything (but especially shoes) with a love of art, music, beauty, fashion, she’s a wht chick after our own hearts! And make sure to check Kirsten’s blog, Studs and Pearls for tons of inspirational photographs, musical fun and loads more tutorials. ~ wht As many of you creative ladies know, studs and multi-finger rings are some of the most well loved fashion trends right now. My love of studs and my love of jewelry making crossed paths (along with inspiration from high end, designer multi-finger rings) – and the triple stud ring was born. all photos: kirsten for we heart this Supplies: • Glue gun (or an industrial strength glue such as E6000) • 3 pyramid studs • Jewelry pliers • 2 adjustable rings** ** Any kind of adjustable ring blank will do. Instructions:

Turn an Empty Corner into a Storage-Packed Corner Desk Won Park – The Master of Origami Paper Folding Origami is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. The goal of this art is to create a representation of an object using geometric folds and crease patterns preferably without the use of gluing or cutting the paper, and using only one piece of paper. Won Park is the master of Origami. He is also called the “money folder”, a practitioner of origami whose canvas is the United States One Dollar Bill. Bending, twisting, and folding, Won Park creates life-like shapes inspired by objects living and not– both in stunning detail. One Dollar Koi One Dollar Butterfly One Dollar Camera Two Dollar Battle Tank Two Dollar Chinese Dragon One Dollar Construction Machine One Dollar Crab One Dollar Dolphin Two Dollar Jacket Two Dollar Spider One Dollar Turkey One Dollar Scorpion One Dollar Praying Mantis One Dollar Bat One Dollar Toilet Bowl One Dollar Penguin(Left),Two Dollar Angry Bear(Right) Euro Cockerel Rooster (Left), Euro Eiffel Tower (Right) Enterprise Bottom View Three Dollar Millenium Falcon One Dollar Jet

A Recovering Craft Hoarder Crazy Domestic DIY Christian Louboutin "Petal" Sandals 3 Simple Ways to Share What You Make With Instructables you can share what you make with the world and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts. Create on the go: Groups » Forums » Answers » Featured Groups Login share what you make > DIY Christian Louboutin "Petal" Sandals by loveMaegan Download 7 Steps + Collection Favorite Intro Intro: DIY Christian Louboutin "Petal" Sandals or view it on my blog ..www.lovemaegan.c Step 1: What you'll need Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Step 5: Step 6: Step 7: or view it on my blog ..www.lovemaegan.c Remove these ads by Signing Up Step 1: What you'll need Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Step 5: Step 6: Step 7: Flag this comment as: Not Nice Inappropriate Spam "I Made It" comments require images. Foot Solutions4 months agoReply Amazing Idea! sarahlynnmurphy9 months agoReply AWESOME!!!!!! kangel110 months agoReply Ugh- SO adorable.

40 Surprising Uses for Vinegar Vinegar has been a highly utilized substance for thousands of years because of its remarkable versatility. It's said to have been invented by the Chinese Xia Dynasty around 2000 BC, eventually making its way west, as the Babylonians used it as a condiment and preservative and the Roman legionnaires drank it. Today, vinegar is used for everything from cleaning to sore throat relief. Peruse through this list of 40 surprising uses and see if it can solve any of your problems. Vinegar as an Indoor Cleaning Agent Vinegar is a cheap and non-toxic cleaner. Rust Remover: Soak your metal tools and bolts in vinegar and wipe away the rust. Vinegar Outside of the Home Maintain the beauty of your yard and home by using vinegar in these little-known ways. Weed Killer: The acetic acid in white distilled vinegar kills weeds, and plants as well. Other Outdoor Uses for Vinegar From camping to car care, vinegar can also enhance life away from home. Vinegar as a Promoter of Health

How to Make Photo Coasters | The Frugal Girls Like it? Pin it! I’ve got another fun, easy & thrifty project to share with you ~ How to Make Photo Coasters! Make some for yourself, and give some as thrifty gifts! This project idea comes from my friend Joli ~ I spotted some at her house that she had made, and I just had to share this fun project with you! What You’ll Need: Ceramic Tiles {I found these at Lowe’s for 16 cents each!} What You’ll Do: Paint the rough, unfinished side edges of the coasters. Trim photo into a square shape, to fit the tile. Now, be sure not to rush the project, and give it plenty of time. Once dry, apply a layer of Mod Podge with a sponge applicator to the top of the photo. Repeat with 2 more layers of Mod Podge {allowing each layer to dry completely before applying the next}. Once the coasters have had 3 layers of Mod Podge applied… and have dried completely, take them on outside. Lay coasters on wax paper, or something else you don’t mind getting sprayed with some over-spray. You did it ~ aren’t these too cute??

Sailor's Knot Bracelets :: Etsy Blog With fall days of colored leaves, chunky sweaters and spiced cider in our future, it’s just about time to pack up the beach gear until next year. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be summer to rock these stylish (and easy to make) nautical bracelets. I’m Simone of Groundsel, and a member of Etsy New York Street Team team. So, read on, and get knotty… Supplies you’ll need: 3.5 yards of twine14 ounce can for a smaller bracelet or a 20 ounce can for a larger bracelet. Directions: Step 1: Wrap one end of the twine around the can to shape an X. Step 2: Wrap the long end of the twine around the can again and bring it up to the middle of the X. Step 3: Next, move the upper left leg of the X over the right leg of the X to create an oval shape. Step 4: Pull the long end of the twine through the oval shaped opening you just set up. Step 5: Turn the can a bit and you will see that the oval shape has created another X shape. Step 6: Repeat steps 3 through 5 until you get to the beginning of your project.