I made another bride and groom liquor bottle engagement gift for some friends. See the original post here. I love this gift because it is practical, since alcohol is always a welcome gift, and it is cute!
As most who have experienced a break-up know, friends are essential in the recovery-support system. Just recently getting out of a relationship, I have depended immensely on my friends to lift my waning–and sometimes whining–spirits. So I have decided to show my appreciation to my indispensable amigas with some homemade Mason jar soap dispensers.
This is a pretty simple tutorial. All you need is an X-Acto knife, tacky glue, a paintbrush, a book, a piece of parchment paper, and some muscle. I started by cutting out the center part of the pages. This step is where the muscle comes in handy. Skip the first couple of pages because those …
I jazzed up my shoe cubby in my room. This update was long overdue, and the easy reno actually made a big difference!
Winter has overstayed its welcome so we are packing it up and moving it out. Revive your spring-cleaning routine by applying new perspectives on your home’s storage accommodations. Architects, interior designers, and bloggers are taking a more functional approach to decorating. The theory of design and space is a growing trend in which rooms are …
I wanted to make my sister a little gift using this fabric. After gathering some inspiration from pinterest I decided to make a practical zipper bag to be used as pencil case, makeup up, whatever her heart desires. I used this tutorial from Design Sponge–love that site!
This is what I made when my boyfriend’s sister got engaged. It’s a practical, reasonably-priced gift! Just buy their favorite liquors and dress them up! You don’t need a ton of fabric for it, just use leftover scraps. Hint: the man’s shirt is an index card.