If you're a craft lover, it's always nice to keep a few supplies on hand so that you have everything you need when inspiration strikes. But most of us don't have the space to store everything, so today I'm sharing ten of the supplies that I use the most.
Paper goods are my weakness. I loved getting new school supplies each year when I was a child. I sometimes feel like I should have been born a few generations behind me because the school supplies kids get these days?! They're out-of-this-world awesome. Need proof? Check out these 11 notebooks, backpacks, pencil cases, and more!
Our oldest daughter begins school after Labor Day, and at the moment there is much anticipation buzzing around our house because their teacher and class placements will be mailed in the coming weeks.
This year, our girl wanted to come up with a gift she could share with her friends to celebrate the start of school. After a walk through the 'Back to School' section of Target, we came up with a simple DIY pencil case embellishment that she's excited to share with her friends. Read on to find out what we did!
Love to decorate with bright colors? I'm with you. There's something about color that just brings a smile to your face. So today we're sharing ten bold DIYs that are filled with practically every color under the sun. Read on to get inspired.
Hello again everyone! I'm back today sharing something I'm really passionate about: printables! I work all day as a Creative Director, but I'll always be a Graphic Designer at heart. Creating beautiful images is one of my favorite past times, and sharing them brings me a lot of joy.
If you're a fan of IKEA, you've no doubt come across both the Marius Stool and the Lack Wall Shelf. Well today I'm going to show you how to create a super fun end table using Marius legs and two Lack shelves. Read on to check out the très chic final piece.
Whether you like it or not, brass is back. Big time. To ease into (or back into) the trend, you can start small with these brass origami balls. The maker used a double-sided metallic paper they found on the Amazon-Germany, but
While August (sadly) marks the end of summer break for many, it also represents new beginnings for those of you who are off to college. And just because you'll be living in a plain white box also known as a dorm room doesn't mean that you have to settle for boring décor. Here are ten great ways to add some character to your dorm room.
Corrie Beth's maidenhair fern mobile takes me to a place of tranquility. It's so light and delicate and dreamy, don't you think? As you can probably imagine, the supplies to make one are minimal, and include
What is it about gold that just makes things better? It's amazing what a bit of metallic paint can do. So today we're sharing ten gorgeous, glamorous gilded DIYs for your office or workspace. Keep reading to check 'em out.
When I think of summer, one of the first things that comes to mind is the refreshing fruit that's in season at this time of year. Which isn't surprising I guess. After all they have so much going for them - they're simply scrumptious, they're fab in a summer cocktail, and they're so brightly coloured that they make great party motifs too!
I love the fourth of July just as much as the next girl, but I'm not the biggest fan of cheesy, literal decorations and DIYs - I prefer a more subtle look for my Independence Day celebrations. And I'm guessing I'm not alone, right?! Here are ten of my favorite understated, less traditional patriotic DIY ideas for the upcoming holiday.
I really love simple art and I have been looking for something I could DIY for my guest bedroom. I am drawn to the movement of ink crosshatch. Artists do some seriously cool things with crosshatch, but my experience with it is what I doodled on my paper in college when I should have been taking notes. I decided to make a simple piece of art drawing lots of lines. Here is how I did it.
It's a common problem... you get back from a big trip with a ton of gorgeous photos, but you don't know what to do them. Well, there's good news - there are lots of things you can do with them! Here are ten of our favorite ways to use those travel photos once you get home.
I was at the airport the other day waiting for my bag to come out of the carousel and after what seemed like ages, I finally spied my little black suitcase. Just as I was going to grab it, someone else picked it up.
My first thought was a territorial 'get your hands off my bag!' (don't worry, I didn't say it out loud. And really, why I was being so protective of my dirty laundry is beyond me).
My second thought (after I'd hurriedly retrieved my bag) was a silent admission that my black wheeled case looked just like every other black wheeled case circling around that carousel.
I think we can all agree that Father's Day wouldn't be Father's Day without us sneaking in a good dad joke or two. After all, we can't let our dads have all the 'pun' now can we? (haha, see what I did there?).
Finding large-scale art for your walls can be a difficult task, and finding something affordable can be even harder. So today we're sharing ideas for creating beautiful art for big walls on a budget. Click through for ten of our favorite projects.
Father's Day is right around the corner. Whether you're making his gift, or picking it up at the store, add a personal touch with one of these fun printable cards & tags! Dad will surely appreciate it this year!
Who doesn't love free?! Get some art on your walls with one of these free printables that you can print out and frame right at home! Check them out below!
Remember doing sun prints in grade school?! It's a bit of a lost art so I was happily surprised to see it on the Oriental Trading blog! Check out what they were used for!