Hey Everyone! I am bringing a super easy and fun DIY for this Tuesday, it is a perfect project to do for a dinner party, to spruce up your plates, for a wedding or even for a craft with kids. You can create any kind of design you want and you can make your plates completely custom to your style. If you're doing this with a child it makes a wonderful keep sake. When I was younger, for my birthday one year we all painted plates and got to take ours home once they were cured. It was the best and longest lasting present. My parents still have the plate today. So let's jump right in to this DIY!
Hello Everyone! I have always wanted to make soap, but I hadn't ever attempted it until now, and I have to say it's surprisingly easy! I made it shortly before Mother's Day with a friend and not only is it soft but it also smells amazing! So let's get started!
Hello Everyone! Welcome back for another Ten Dollar Tuesday! How exciting. I am really enjoying this series so I hope you are too. Today we are going to be making a chalkboard magnet, easy enough but the outcome is super adorable. I think I am going to use mine either for a grocery list or to do cute little quotes. So let's get started!
Hey Everyone! I decided I would do a quick DIY on how to repurpose something to make it your own style. It is super easy and you don't have to spend a lot of money in order to upscale something.
Hey Everyone! This is possibly the easiest DIY I have done, but it produces amazing results! I am a huge fan of accent bowls or centre pieces on my coffee table, but you could use this as a centre piece on your dining table or for a wedding. It is extremely cost effective and so unique.
Hey Everyone! For today's "Ten Dollar Tuesday" I decided to create a cost effective version of the word art that is commonly found at a lot of home decor stores. The nice thing about this is you can make it completely personal and to your specific aesthetic.
You Will Need:
• Stencil (I have provided the two designs that I did, but you can choose anyone you'd like)
• Wood (to any size, mine was 6" x 6" and I purchased it at Michaels for $3.50)
• Paint Pens (these can be purchased at Michaels for $2.99)
This brings to total cost of this DIY to $6.49, well under our $10 budget.
Hello Everyone! For today's DIY I decided I wanted to make a stamped necklace. A few of you had been asking for something to do for mother's day. This is what I am going to be giving my mother, it is beautiful and personal, and I really like the roughness to it. So let's get started.