Ask me anything   Submit   DIY blog with tutorials that any student can make and will actually use. Before I reblog/post anything - I ask myself, "Is this something I can actually make? Is it something I will actually use?" If the answer is yes. I put it up. - Zehra

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icouldmakethat:

Photo Magnetism: Super Simple Photo Magnets | Photojojo
Using a glue that dries clear is really important for this project. Liquid Fusion is a good call. Use superglue at your peril! PERIL!!!!

icouldmakethat:

Photo Magnetism: Super Simple Photo Magnets | Photojojo

Using a glue that dries clear is really important for this project. Liquid Fusion is a good call. Use superglue at your peril! PERIL!!!!

— 11 months ago with 291 notes
bluestoperiana:

Do-It-Yourself-Tutorials-161.jpg 580 × 907 pixels check more on diy ideas : http://tinyurl.com/p48n2qw

bluestoperiana:

Do-It-Yourself-Tutorials-161.jpg 580 × 907 pixels check more on diy ideas : http://tinyurl.com/p48n2qw

(via mybestcrafs)

— 11 months ago with 461 notes
marissalosesit:

3 Ingredient Sweet Potato Burger
I’m not kidding. And they taste phenomenaul at about 160kcal a patty.
Cut up 3 large sweet potatoes, then boil them until soft.
While that’s cooking, mash up 4 cans of white beans with a fork, potato masher, or food processor.
Once the potatoes are cooked, add them together with 2Tbsp crushed red pepper flakes and mash it all together.
Form into patties, throw in the oven at 425* F until the edges start to crisp.
So fucking easy. Thank me later.

marissalosesit:

3 Ingredient Sweet Potato Burger

I’m not kidding. And they taste phenomenaul at about 160kcal a patty.

  • Cut up 3 large sweet potatoes, then boil them until soft.
  • While that’s cooking, mash up 4 cans of white beans with a fork, potato masher, or food processor.
  • Once the potatoes are cooked, add them together with 2Tbsp crushed red pepper flakes and mash it all together.
  • Form into patties, throw in the oven at 425* F until the edges start to crisp.

So fucking easy. Thank me later.

— 1 year ago with 34675 notes
#not a diy but i mean...come on 
ps-imadethis:



The environment in which you make yourself beautiful deserves to be beautiful too! It’s no secret that we can’t get enough of everything ombré…so we used that, and our love of sand art to create this exclusive makeup brush display in collaboration with the new Nordstrom Beauty Spot. Form and function are the ultimate BFFs with this simple but stunning display piece.



To create: Pour 1/2 cup of ionized salt onto a surface and color it by rolling colored chalk onto the salt. Roll chalk over the salt until you’ve created the darkest hue possible (this will be your base color). Fill a small amount of the hurricane with the colored salt. To create the next (and lighter) hue, mix a small amount of plain salt with the colored salt, and pour this lighter hue into hurricane. Repeat by continuing to add plain salt to your base color, lightening each layer until you’ve filled 3/4 of the hurricane. Finish it off by inserting your makeup brushes. Create unique hues by mixing different chalk colors or design fun patterns.


P.S.- Check out another rad beauty DIY, Erica’s beauty picks and more at Nordstrom.com/beautyspot

ps-imadethis:

The environment in which you make yourself beautiful deserves to be beautiful too! It’s no secret that we can’t get enough of everything ombré…so we used that, and our love of sand art to create this exclusive makeup brush display in collaboration with the new Nordstrom Beauty Spot. Form and function are the ultimate BFFs with this simple but stunning display piece.

To create: Pour 1/2 cup of ionized salt onto a surface and color it by rolling colored chalk onto the salt. Roll chalk over the salt until you’ve created the darkest hue possible (this will be your base color). Fill a small amount of the hurricane with the colored salt. To create the next (and lighter) hue, mix a small amount of plain salt with the colored salt, and pour this lighter hue into hurricane. Repeat by continuing to add plain salt to your base color, lightening each layer until you’ve filled 3/4 of the hurricane. Finish it off by inserting your makeup brushes. Create unique hues by mixing different chalk colors or design fun patterns.

(Source: ps-imadethis)

— 1 year ago with 2614 notes

scissorsandthread:

Instagram Projects

Don’t let your amazing Instagram pics sit on your phone, bring them to life with these three amazing projects! I have to say I’m in love with that little Polaroid necklace (interchangeable pics, so cute!)

Big Display Ideas For Instagram | Dot Coms For Moms

Tiny Polaroid Magnets | Ambrosia Girl

Polaroid Necklace | Dot Coms For Moms

— 1 year ago with 2000 notes

dreamalittlebiggerblog:

Learn this super easy and super pretty braiding technique at Design and Form. Makes great bracelets!

— 1 year ago with 1831 notes

(not really a DIY video but it is a how to)

How To Make Any Lipstick Smudgeproof! 

— 1 year ago with 207 notes
#submitted  #submission  #diy  #beauty tips  #beauty 

purpledragon42:

Hula Hoop Hideout

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Supplies:

  • Hula Hoop (Mine are from Dollar Tree for $1 each)
  • Safety Pins
  • Twine or Rope
  • Tulle and/or Ribbon (Mine is from Jo-Anns Dollar bin)
  • Sheets
  • Scissors
  • Cushions and Blankets

How To:

  1. Pin the top edge of the sheet to the hula hoop by folding the sheet over and pinning it to itself. (see pic below)
  2. Use twine to create a hanger to tie your hideout to the tree with. I used two long pieces of twine and tied each piece to opposite sides of the hula hoop. The two pieces then criss-crossed over each other. I tied the two together where they criss-crossed with another piece of twine. Later I used that piece to actually tie the hoop into the tree.
  3. Tie on tulle and ribbons or any other embellishments you have. (see pic below)
  4. Hang the hideout from a tree branch.
  5. Add blankets and cushions underneath your fort so you can b

(Source: alannageorge.com)

— 1 year ago with 1516 notes
truebluemeandyou:

DIY Easy Embroidered Collar Tutorial from Made In Pretoria here. I really like this cheap and easy way to alter a tee shirt. I am honestly not sure if the bunching in some of the photos was on purpose or not. For pages more of DIY tee shirts go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/tee-shirt

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Easy Embroidered Collar Tutorial from Made In Pretoria here. I really like this cheap and easy way to alter a tee shirt. I am honestly not sure if the bunching in some of the photos was on purpose or not. For pages more of DIY tee shirts go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/tee-shirt

— 1 year ago with 763 notes
scissorsandthread:

Printed Word Scarf | College Fashion
Do you have a song, poem or story you hold dear to your heart? Well now you can wrap it round you in the form of this pretty printed word scarf. Such a simple idea yet so effective - and perfect to give as a gift to a friend!

scissorsandthread:

Printed Word Scarf | College Fashion

Do you have a song, poem or story you hold dear to your heart? Well now you can wrap it round you in the form of this pretty printed word scarf. Such a simple idea yet so effective - and perfect to give as a gift to a friend!

— 1 year ago with 957 notes