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Saturday, April 19, 2014

10 DIYs that are perfect for spring

[This Lanvin inspired skirt makes a perfect beach cover up. It can be sewn in under an hour using swimwear fabric]
[Toughen up your pretty Spring dresses by adding this Isabel Marant inspired chain necklace]
[These Tassel Drop Earrings would look great with a maxi dress and a messy bun]
[Add a bohemian touch to your outfit with this Anthropologie inspired tote bag]
[Easy to follow sewing tutorial shows you how to whip up this flirty, swing skirt]
[Makeover plain terracotta planters using spray paint and shell chips]
[Turn an old sweater into this YSL inspired tassel bag]
[A man's T shirt can easily be transformed into this sexy A.L.C. inspired tank- no sewing required!]
[This multi strand necklace adds a dash of color to any outfit]
[This indoor/outdoor macrame planter is the perfect way to hang your plants]

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Thursday, April 17, 2014

diy butterfly yarn headband [knitting pattern]

This lightweight head scarf is perfect for holding your hair back. The knit fabric doesn't slip around like silk scarves do. Plus, it adds a pop of color to your Spring outfits!
Pattern-
Butterfly yarn (similar) (1 ball- 150 yards is plenty)
Size No. 5 US knitting needles
Cast on 30 sts. Work in Garter Stitch (knit each side) until piece measures 43" long.
Middle band- cast on 12 sts. Work in Garter Stitch for 2 1/2 inches. Bind off. Using a yarn needle, sew the band to the middle of the headband, gathering the scarf.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

diy ladder earrings

I found these horizontal beads at a craft store recently and I couldn't wait to use them! I decided to make some colorful earrings to pair with my summer dresses.
Supplies-
  • Seed beads in various colors
  • Horizontal beads with holes on each side
  • Bead stringing wire
  • Earring hooks

Saturday, April 12, 2014

diy inspiration

[Horchow Art- Looking for some inexpensive art? Try framing sections of cotton fabric in complimenting colors. Free People Sweatshirt- Give a plain sweatshirt a sexy touch by sewing a zipper down one of the shoulders]
[Net-a-Porter hat- Sew some jewels on a plain baseball hat to glam it up Free People Elastics- Using jump rings, attach some charms on to your hair elastics]
[Free People Sheets- Tie dye your plain white sheets to give them a bohemian look Anthropologie Hat-  give a straw hat some edge by adding a metallic leather band ]

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Friday, April 11, 2014

diy anthropologie plastic bag holder

If you're like me, you have a bunch of plastic bags crammed into a kitchen drawer. It's unsightly and the bags are always getting stuck on the sides and back of the drawer. This Anthropologie bag is a great way to corral your plastic bags and finally free up that drawer in the kitchen!
Supplies-
  • Woven fabric (cotton or linen) 1/4 of a yard
  • Elastic (1/2 inch wide, 7 inches)
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