February 26, 2014 By Sheila
These DIY Glitter Tattoos are so much fun for a girl’s birthday party or sleepover! You can order a Glitter Tattoo Kit from Amazon just in time for your next slumber party! After all, what is a party for girls without some major BLING? The idea behind DIY Glitter Tattoos is very simple — fun stencils, body glue, and body glitter.
That’s all there is to it! Depending on the child’s age, they could even do these themselves. Moms, no need to worry! These wash off easily with water. To check out more on DIY Glitter Tattoos, go check out the details and instructions over at Catch My Party!
July 18, 2013 By Sheila
Is there a little child in your life that deserves a Homemade Play Kitchen? I haven’t seen a child, yet, that doesn’t love pretending in a play kitchen. No home with a child should be without one. There is something very inspiring to see an old piece of furniture turned into something unique and useful! As for me, I am all about repurposing furniture. My kids are too old for a play kitchen now, but I do have a granddaughter that would LOVE this! I see these types of TV cabinets for sale in thrift stores quite often.
This Homemade Play Kitchen, made out of an old TV cabinet, is absolutely adorable! The red gingham valance gives it just the right touch. Feel free to go check out where this Homemade Play Kitchen was made at Giggleberry Creations! The inside of the refrigerator even has shelves in the door. Super cool! If you are inspired by this, get the detailed instructions on how to make one of your own!
It used to be that bleach was only used to brighten your whites! Not any more! You can create any of these 4 Fun Fabric Bleach Techniques as easy as one, two, three. When I think of tie dye, I think of twisting a piece of clothing, wrapping it with rubber bands, and submersing it into a fabric dye solution. Thanks to … [Read More...]
Pumpkin Carving With a Drill? Are you for real? As much I love a jack o' lantern, I've never been very excited about the whole, ewey, gooey process. Although I consider myself pretty crafty, I'm just not much of carver. My kid's always seemed to have a hard time with it, too. I really love my battery powered … [Read More...]
Why not make your very own Mason Jar Glitter Globe? Who is not mesmerized by a snow globe? Using glitter for the snow gives this project a little "bling" as well! You can use just about any figurine that you'd like. For example, use something that is special to you or matches the decor of a room. Mason Jar Glitter … [Read More...]
You can make something really cool by recycling just about anything! Here is a DIY tutorial on how to make some really "swag" side tables out of precut tree stumps. Tree Stump Tables is a tutorial that will walk you through making some side tables that will be the topic of conversation of every guest. I first saw this … [Read More...]
I'm a jewelry fanatic and seamstress, too, so this Button Necklace and Bracelet Combo tutorial is a great one for me! Had you ever thought that buttons could make a jewelry fashion statement? There are just too many pretty buttons to go unseen. I love having a necklace and a bracelet to match. Now, I need to think of … [Read More...]
This Easter, go to the Easter egg hunt in style with this awesome Easter T-Shirt Tie Dyed to eggs-wisit perfection! This tutorial shows you how to come up with some cool, color combinations and some RAD designs if you have just the right stencils to use. Think of different things you can use as stencils. I found … [Read More...]
This Recycled Jean Wine Bag tutorial is a fantastic idea for giving the gift of wine! When you show up at your next dinner invitation or party, I'm not sure which your host will like better; the wine or the Recycled Jean Wine Bag! This is an easy sewing project, but what a cute way to wrap up a gift of that perfect bottle of vino. You can accent the gift package by choosing just the right ribbon to tie it off. There are all kinds of ribbons to choose from, so pick the one that best suites the occasion. The great thing about denim is that, it goes with everything! Summer will soon be here! If you decide to cut off any of your jeans into a pair of shorts, don't throw that jean's pant leg away. Make it into a wine gift bag! If you would like to see further information about how to make a Recycled Jean Wine Bag, go see the great site at Cathie Filian. Supplies you will need: Old Jeans Scissors Fabric Glue Sewing Machine Wine Bottle 1 Yard Ribbon … [Read More...]
I found this clever lamp project over at Casa De Colorir and immediately knew it was my next project. (fly on over to check out more pics) Although the directions for DIY Firefly Lamp are in Spanish, the craft itself is pretty simple. This is a great recycle project that provides really cool lighting! You're going to take a tin can (the coffee tins with plastic lids are perfect), remove the label, and use a Sharpie to map out where you want to drill your holes. It can be completely random or you can create a pattern. After drilling your holes, spray paint it to match your room's decor, or just leave it the way it is for a more industrial feel. Fill the can with flashing Christmas lights and let the cord hang out of the back of the lid. If you use indoor/outdoor lights, this would make some amazing back porch lighting! DIY Firefly Lamp is a low cost project and it is, oh so easy! … [Read More...]
Scribble Decorated Porcelain sounds like a crazy craft! The weird thing about this craft is that scribbling never looked so good! Had I known there was a pen for this, I would have been experimenting a long time ago! I love this simple, yet effective way to spruce up boring white ceramic with a modern flair. You will use a porcelain painter pen to create one-of-a-kind dinnerware. Better yet, you could make personalized mugs or plates and give them away as gifts! Go check out the tutorial and more information about Scribble Decorated Porcelain over at Kim's lovely blog, This Is Knockout! … [Read More...]
Pumpkin Carving With a Drill? Are you for real? As much I love a jack o' lantern, I've never been very excited about the whole, ewey, gooey process. Although I consider myself pretty crafty, I'm just not much of carver. My kid's always seemed to have a hard time with … [Read More...]