Archive for the 'diy' Category

DIY:Organization – Recycled Paper Basket

If you are looking for an eco-friendly, visually interesting and easy way to help organize some of the chaos in your house (let’s face it, we all have some), this tutorial from Design Sponge may be perfect.

Reclaimed Paper Basket vis Design Sponge


Pinterest: 4 Invitations to Give Away!!

If you are not already familiar with Pinterest, it is a website that allows you organize websites, posts or pictures visually by pinning them onto boards you create. It is an amazing way to track with things you love, share your ideas and gain inspiration for others who are doing the same.

It is completely addictive and the biggest problem with Pinterest is actually getting off it to execute some of the awesome ideas you have pinned.

There is still currently a waiting list to join, but I have 4 invitations to give away. If you are already on Pinterest, please follow me by clicking on the tab to the right.

The first 4 to comment on this post will be given invitations to join. Good Luck!!

Cashmends – Stella Neptune

This is so clever. Cashmends are patches make to cover those pesky holes nibbled by moths in you favorite sweater. These are so cute, holes are not necessary.



DIY Flannel Infinity Scarf

This could seriously be a picture of me in my pajamas. They are horrible yet I continue to subject my family to this sight close to every night and morning. They will be so pleased when I retire these old flannel jammies and recycle them into a new, hip scarf.

check it out HERE

Wool Eater – Sarah London

One of my favorite crocheters, Sarah London, is hosting a crochet-a-long. The project is her fab Wool Eater Blanket, a variation of a granny square with nice texture. I have been waiting to try this for a while so I will be joining in. Any other takers??


DIY – Night Bike Instructable

I have always loved riding my bike but it wasn’t until I moved to Belgium that it became my main mode of transportation. I was immediately drawn to this Instructable as soon as I saw it. It is completely brilliant. He uses phosphorescent paint that will glow up to 12 hours with only 10 minutes of charge. He has a gold mine on his hands!

Make It! – Pinata

This tutorial from Oh Happy Day for DIY pinatas is just fantastic. Not only is the project clearly detailed and easy to follow, the idea of creating numbers (and not just animals) makes it a fun activity for parties celebrating any age. Not just for kids anymore.

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