27 May 2012
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22 May 2012
Did you ever thought to wear your curtains? Crazy idea, right? Well, not so much. That is if you’ll follow the next tutorials, your curtains will make you look so very stylish.
Kelly Hicks from Kelly Hicks Design gave a very detailed tutorial at Tastefully Tattered on how to transform a curtain into a skirt.
Wilma + Winston showed us how to transform a curtain into a dress. The dress turned out so feminine, I love it!
21 May 2012
20 May 2012
“Sweet” birthday shirt tutorial on Adventures of aCouponista.
Layered style on The Gardner’s Dirt.
Flowery lucky number on Ducks in a Row.
Pretty fabric number on Garage Sales R Us.
Children drawings birthday shirt. Visit It’s Two AM for the tutorial.
“Favourite things” birthday shirt on This Little Project.
King/Quinn for a day. Use your freezer paper to create fun print on a birthday shirt. For all the details visit Kidoinfo.
Easiest way to create a number on a birthday shirt, just use cotton transfer paper. See example on Grey Grey Designs.
So many options to choose from!
Last week I borrowed from the library this book for my toddler.
Let me tell you, this book is so cute, L wanted me to read it to her over and over again.
And when I read to her from this page an idea came to me, to make the same rainbow necklace with my daughter.
Here is my cutie pie in action. Offcourse I did helped her allot.
The inspiration on the left, the finished product on the right. Cute!
Its autumn in Australia and I wanted to do some autumn activity with my almost three year old daughter. I saw on Pinterest very cute idea for this kind of project and decided to try it with my little one.
When we came home with all our finds we glue them on a green paper. This is the final result.
Well, first we need all the materials for this project, right? We went outside with a little basket to pick up some fallen leaves and twigs.
It was such a fun afternoon walk! My little girl enjoyed it so much! Also, it was a great opportunity to teach her about the autumn trees, the fallen leaves, the change in weather etc.
Check out this gorgeous tree we saw during our walk.
This is the one I saw on Pinterest
12 May 2012
Very funky cardigan, made from two plain cardigans. Very cool idea. Visit Star for Streetlights for more details.
Absolutely new look for an old cardigan. Visit Tea Rose Home to learn how to achieve this romantic flowery transformation.
Tie makes all the difference! Super cute transformation on Ruffles and Stuff.
Go ahead and make your boring cardigan look great!
Labels: Woman DIY
10 May 2012
I have a fun idea for a themed party with my friends, glitter shoes party! All you need is a pair of plain shoes, Mod Podge, glitters, sequins and rhinestones. At the end of the party you’ll have a dazzling pair of shoes and great stories to share with your friends. Here are some excellent examples for inspiration.
Maegan from Love Maegan was inspired by Dolce and Gabbana pamps.
Leave the heel untouched, follow AnnieSpandex for instructions.
Make them sparkle just in the middle. The tutorial at Milk Teeths.
For fans of Dorothy. Check out the tutorial at Le.Fanciulle.
Very fancy sneakers! Visit Honestly... WTH to learn more.
Use glitters to add some colour to your boring black shoes. You can find the tutorial at The Dainty Squid.
The romantic touch at She Knows.
Gorgeous wedding shoes. Visit Heather Says for the tutorial.
Lets the fun begin!
06 May 2012
Mother’s day is coming and it’s time to make your mama proud! Make her a DIY fashionable gift, she’s going to love it! Here are some great ideas.
Gorgeous felt flower brooch from Holidash.
Easy to make flower brooch from Craftbits.
Romantic lace and pearl necklace from Flamingo Toes.
Refashion tee necklace from Sisters 4 Say... More is More.
Very cool tote bag from Design Sponge.
Beautiful canvas beach bag from Elle Apparel.
Cute fabric wallet from Noodlehead.
Brilliant organizer wallet from Little Big Girl Studio.
03 May 2012
Hi! Here is a DIY tutorial for easy to make greeting card. I made this card for my husband to give him on valentines day. But you can choose different colours and make it fit for another occasion.
I know it’s off topic, but as I was saying, once in awhile I’ll share with you my crafts and projects. Hope you’ll enjoy them.
2+3. Score and fold the sheet of red card to create the card base.
4. Cut a rectangle of white card
5. Cut 3 long strips from three different scrapbooking papers and cut one small rectangle tag.
6. Glue the three strips one above the other on top of white rectangle.
7+8. Glue the white card and the tag to thick card (my tag and scrap paper were really thin)
9. Use a hole punch to make a hole in the left top corner of the white card and the tag.
10+11. Thread red ribbon through the holes and tie a bow.
12. Glue them centrally to the front of the red card.
13. Cut another rectangle of white card and one short strip.
14. Glue the strip to the left side of the white rectangle and then glue them centrally to the inner side of the red card.Finish!
You can download for free pattern papers and tags (and what not) from this great website:
Hope you liked it.
If you choose to use this tutorial on your site please link back to this page. Thanks!
01 May 2012
When I was looking for bibs tutorial I came across some towel bibs. I thought they deserve a separate post. So, here they are.
Check out this practical towel bib with pocket. It was made by Abby from Sew Much Ado. Great idea Abby!
Reversible towel bib. One word! Gorgeous. Visit Cuckoo Kinder blog for the tutorial.
Such a cute kitchen hand towel, but it’s even cuter as a bib. You can find the detailed tutorial on A BrokenFortress blog.
Bon Appétit little ones!