Today I’ll show you how to turn a beautiful vintage clutch into a miniature bridal emergency kit with all the little items your best friend might need on her big day.
I have a bit of an obsessive personality, so when I decide I like something, I get really enthusiastic about it. I also really like to talk, so I figured I’d give my family and friends a break and share it with the world instead. My monthly obsessions can come from just about any category(…)
My best friend found a tutorial for these origami flowers while looking for paper flower ideas to use at her wedding reception. This is one of the first ideas we tried out, and they looked awesome. We’re in the process of making nearly a hundred for the big day. I decided to share the tutorial(…)
The past couple weeks I’ve been getting my seeds started indoors, using my Seed Starting Log to keep things organized. (Although, in the interest of full disclosure, I did get a late start on a few despite my best efforts. ) Last year I did a full post on how to make newspaper(…)
I love this wreath. My friend Katie and I made several last year, because our family members all had to have one. Katie ended up with some leftover supplies, so we decided to use them up and make a couple more. Mine is going to grandma… although I love it so much it’s going to(…)
I actually completed a challenge, go me! This entry will be week 4 in the Dare to DIY Challenge – deck the halls. I saw Meg from Whatever make this wreath last year, but decided to hold off until I could get some clearance ornaments after Christmas. So, I’ve been anxiously waiting to start this(…)
This project is week 3 in the Dare to DIY Series: give handmade. A couple of years ago I made similar gift bags as party favors at my Tacky Christmas Sweater Party. I decided to make a batch again this year for party favors, and to hand out as little gifts to the mailman, neighbors,(…)
This post is week two in the Dare to DIY Challenge: Dare to Entertain. For the third year, Jason and I will be hosting a Tacky Christmas Sweater Party. I usually just use a Facebook Event to do my invites, but since I’ve been playing with Photoshop lately I decided to create a paper version.(…)