If wearing green doesn't work, maybe a cute lil button will help. Learn to make this quick DIY below.
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This pin is versatile! Mix up the colors and sayings and BOOM, you have name tags, a baby shower game, Easter gift tags, contest awards...so many things! Make and share on the Facebook fanpage.
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I wanted make something for my Daddy on his birthday. He loves to cook and eat (yup, that's where I get it from!) so hence my first real sewing project: an apron! I didn't have a pattern, but I picked fabric with stripes which helped tremendously in cutting straight lines and getting creases just right. With very basic sewing knowledge, this project took about 4 hours.
This isn't an official tutorial, but I hope my experience inspires you to create!
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On a quest to get Hot And Sexy (HAS), my friend and I decided we needed shirts to remind and inspire us.
How it all started:
I texted that I might be late cause I was getting "has." I meant "gas" but typed the wrong letter on my phone. I didn't bother to correct it; I thought "they'll figure it out." When I arrived, my friends asked what "has" meant. Apparently, they thought I had made up a new acronym, pondering that it could have meant "hot and sexy." They thought "oh, she's just getting dolled up!" And "getting HAS" was born. Every time we decide to try out a new pilates studio or decide to go for a run, we exclaim "time to get HAS!" And now we can tell the world with our new tanks.
You can join Team HAS, too! Here's the DIY to create your own top.
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Some people build sand castles; I collect shells and pebbles while at the beach! It's an activity I clearly picked up from my Mom. No matter if her back starts to hurt from bending over finding the perfect shells, she keeps going until she is satisfied with her collection. (Go Mama!)
On a recent beach adventure in Alameda, I spent a good chunk of time admiring objects on the shoreline. No shells here (not whole ones anyway), but pebbles were everywhere in so many colors and shapes. I collected a few with hopes I'd be able to create something besides a display jar. I decided on making pendants -- just add wrapping wire. Take a looksie below. I made a few more for my friends who helped me collect them -- a crafty way to remember the day!
What do you do with your found objects? Comment below.
I love you, I love you not -- pit stains!!
One of my favorite tees fell victim to pit stains. I know, gross. But I couldn't throw it out, so I decided to CUT IT UP!! You can do the same. Ga'head; it's easy peasy!
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Click through the photos below for a complete tutorial.
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