More uses for those buckets of beads you have from when you were a kid: a fun, easy, & unique–almost tribal looking–necklace. (I get so many compliments on it when I wear it… Continue reading
Last week I posted a funky word bobby pins DIY that was super easy and really cute! So I decided to see what else I could use alphabet pasta to make. I thought… Continue reading
I pretty much always have at least one part of my hair pinned back with either a bobby pin or clip, so I figured why not make some super cute funky lettered bobby… Continue reading
Everyone loves getting packages–especially when they are from your best friend! Check out this adorable bracelet that Katie sent me last week as a “just because” present. I was having a tough week… Continue reading
Made using Shrinky Dink plastic, permanent markers to trace the flowers I found on a pretty notecard, a hole punch, jump rings, and earring hooks. See another (very different) pair made the same… Continue reading
So basically, my better half; Katrina a.k.a. the other half of this blog, reignited my passion for Shrinky-Dinks (remember those funny plastic things we made as kids?). Well anyways, who knew with minimal… Continue reading
To explain this post better I am going to start out with a personal fact: I have more jewelry than basically any one human should own. Trust me, I promise to post a… Continue reading
I wanna start this post out by saying have you heard of the amazing Craft-Delivered-to-Your-Door service For the Makers? They are an amazing company that delivers monthly craft boxes full with all… Continue reading
I am really loving the recent trend in sailor-esque jewelry and wanted to try my hand at creating one at home. For this project you need: heavy rope, embroidery floss (or friendship bracelet… Continue reading
Use scupley clay to make a couple of flat disks (the size will determine the size of your earrings). Then wrap the disks around each other to make this type of petal look.… Continue reading
Made with Shrinky Dink plastic, color sealed with Mod Podge “Dimensional Magic,” then add a jump ring and either black twine (to make it a necklace) or a keychain ring.
You can make them to match every outfit!
Simple DIY bracelets using a silver chain, jump rings, and any type of “charm” you want! — Katrina