Hello again crafters! I thought I'd make some more coasters to use, since the other coasters I made were done a while ago. I love the pop of color in these coasters and that it all it took was a bit of twine. I've seen many twine coasters, but I wanted these to have an extra element: color! These also go very well with the rest of my home decor. I will say that this DIY took some time; but, I'm in love with the end result. Make these as a gift to give to your loved ones! SEE MORE HERE
If you couldn't get enough of the other accessory hangers, I've created another one for you to try! And this one gives special attention to your scarves. If you're like me, you have a closet tub full of different scarves piled on top of each other (guilty). I know I need to hang them up, but I hate looping them over a plastic hanger. They always slip off, it's super heavy, and they're all scrunched together, so they wrinkle. Not fun to deal with. So I've come up with a very cute and simple accessory hanger for all of your beautiful scarves. The best part, this cost me less than $2.00! SEE MORE HERE
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Time for a craft that will give your home a little love, specifically, if you live in a small space. I'm talking dorm rooms, tiny apartments and other living spaces where the square footage is lacking. Currently a renter, I'm always trying to find creative ways to maximize my small space. So one day Geneane and I were exploring craft ideas in our local hardware store when I got the "what if" face. You know, the one where your eyebrows raise up and you start a question with, "what if you made..." and fill in the blank with your DIY project. My idea was this: what if you created a towel or bathroom hanging rack with a few plastic tubes and rope? While I had the idea somewhat completed in my head, Geneane had a confused look, as if to say, "how is that going to work?" SEE MORE HERE
Struggling to get perfect eyeliner in the morning? For me, there were plenty times of frustration in front of the mirror trying to apply my liquid eyeliner- times of black lines all over my eyes from mistakes. Over time, I got the hang of it and came up with a simpler method than just swiping the pencil across the lid, hoping to get a straight line, while also hoping that it's identical to the other eye. So I want to show you how I apply perfect eyeliner every time. There are many methods of applying eyeliner, but this is my method. I will still say that it still does take some practice! SEE MORE HERE
We woke up to falling snow this morning, which came a day earlier than initially predicted. Snow falls are always very lovely, but a lot of us still had to go to work. I was standing next to window where we grow orchid when I just had to grab my camera. I found beauty in the juxtaposition of the flourishing orchids with the falling snow. Spring inside, winter outside. There's a metaphor for life in there somewhere. Anyways, I just thought I'd share this with you guys.
Posted by Geneane, and I'm ready for spring. #EastCoastProblems