DIY Homie

Dec 05

Organize your jewelry with a cork board

Organize your jewelry with a cork board

Dec 08

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Nov 08

Hollow out your apples, (u can balance the apple halves in a muffin pan) fill with melted caramel, let the caramel harden and cut into slices! :-) yummy!

Hollow out your apples, (u can balance the apple halves in a muffin pan) fill with melted caramel, let the caramel harden and cut into slices! :-) yummy!

Oct 19

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Jul 13

whynotjustdiy:

diy memo frame!
(am i the only one that looks at the word “memo” and sees “me-mo” instead of “mem-o”…)
really cute idea :D
gonna make one of these for my friends birthday gift!
click the image for the how-to!

whynotjustdiy:

diy memo frame!

(am i the only one that looks at the word “memo” and sees “me-mo” instead of “mem-o”…)

really cute idea :D

gonna make one of these for my friends birthday gift!

click the image for the how-to!

handmadepride:

Follow Handmade Pride for more tutorials.

handmadepride:

Follow Handmade Pride for more tutorials.

classymissmolassy:

DIY Succulent Terrarium.

classymissmolassy:

DIY Succulent Terrarium.

ps-imadethis:

Make your technicolor dreams come true with a DIY that takes the delicate simplicity of lace to a bold and vibrant place. The pretty prisms of Christopher Kane’s Resort 2012 collection prove that going full spectrum can literally be like wearing a good mood…so get a taste of the rainbow by creating this chic tinted tank!    
To create:  Use a solid white tank as the canvas.  Find lace  that has a pattern you love- there are thousands of different options to discover! You will need about 1 yard total and can re-use the lace as a stencil once dry.  Place the lace over the tank, using a colorful fabric spray  to create a “stripe” across the top of the tee.  P.S.- be sure to cover the surface underneath with newspaper so the surface will not get sprayed.  Continue to spray the remainder of the tank, alternating colors and slightly overlapping them to give the colors a seamless and beautiful rainbow effect. 

ps-imadethis:

Make your technicolor dreams come true with a DIY that takes the delicate simplicity of lace to a bold and vibrant place. The pretty prisms of Christopher Kane’s Resort 2012 collection prove that going full spectrum can literally be like wearing a good mood…so get a taste of the rainbow by creating this chic tinted tank!    

To create:  Use a solid white tank as the canvas.  Find lace  that has a pattern you love- there are thousands of different options to discover! You will need about 1 yard total and can re-use the lace as a stencil once dry.  Place the lace over the tank, using a colorful fabric spray  to create a “stripe” across the top of the tee.  P.S.- be sure to cover the surface underneath with newspaper so the surface will not get sprayed.  Continue to spray the remainder of the tank, alternating colors and slightly overlapping them to give the colors a seamless and beautiful rainbow effect. 

(Source: ps-imadethis)

Jun 14

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