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DIY constellation clothing!

the-crafty-cloud:

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This is my take on the ongoing celestial trend I’ve seen all across the internet universe - just think of galaxy nail art and those hipster photographs with the nebulas in them… aren’t stars just awesome? This was inspired by those constellation charts you can see in astronomy books and things like that.

I’ve been planning to make this since forever (actually, this idea got me thinking that I should start a DIY blog), and while it didn’t turn out exactly like I planned, it sure was a lot of fun to make!

Now I have to warn you that this is kinda missing the step-by-step instructions that I usually like to do, so less images, more text it is! I really hope that it will still be easy to understand (as it’s not a difficult process, really).

Okay, enough chatter now, let’s get to work!

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— 1 year ago with 238 notes
DIY jewellery display

the-crafty-cloud:

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Hello all! I’m here again - this time, with a tutorial for a jewellery display! I badly needed something to hang my necklaces on. (I either kept all of them on the handle of my wardrobe or cluttered somewhere on my desk - neither is very good when you’re leaving in a hurry and want a necklace to accessorize your outfit and then you realize all of them got terribly tangled…) Here’s a colorful way to solve the problem! It’s actually quite simple, but you might need some extra patience also. :)

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— 1 year ago with 186 notes
DIY Sharpie-Dyed Clutch

growing-up-ginger:

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Read on to learn how to make a Sharpie-Dyed Envelope Clutch!

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— 1 year ago with 44 notes
riverlandfarm:

Quick Tip of the Day
Quick and Easy Homemade Air FreshenerWhat you’ll needs:Canning jarbaking sodaessential oil of your choice (I use lavender)Start by putting holes in the lid of canning jar (I used a hammer and nail)Fill the jar about 1/4 of the way full with baking sodaAdd 6 to 8 drops of essential oilsVoila you’re done!!Every once in awhile give the jar a little shake to boosts its air freshening power!!

riverlandfarm:

Quick Tip of the Day

Quick and Easy Homemade Air Freshener

What you’ll needs:
Canning jar
baking soda
essential oil of your choice (I use lavender)

Start by putting holes in the lid of canning jar (I used a hammer and nail)

Fill the jar about 1/4 of the way full with baking soda
Add 6 to 8 drops of essential oils

Voila you’re done!!

Every once in awhile give the jar a little shake to boosts its air freshening power!!

— 1 year ago with 500 notes
#will try my sister and i share a bathroom and omg we're gross 
instructables:

How to Make Resin Photo Magnets

Learn how to make these magnets with just a few supplies you can find lying around the house!

instructables:

How to Make Resin Photo Magnets

Learn how to make these magnets with just a few supplies you can find lying around the house!

— 1 year ago with 611 notes
neversaygood-bye:

The hard work paid off! Followed this tutorial, and made my favorite sweater ever. 

neversaygood-bye:

The hard work paid off! Followed this tutorial, and made my favorite sweater ever. 

— 1 year ago with 264 notes

photojojo:

Rectangles are neat, but wanna know what’s even neater? Circles!

Try out this cut-out idea for showing off your photos in non-rectangular form!

DIY: Craft an Awesome Photo Cut-Out

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— 1 year ago with 5051 notes
diy fashion: DIY dream-catcher necklace/headband →

diyfashion:

I took the scraps of junk i had lying around my house to do this DIY. The necklace may not be as metallic and bold as the dream-catcher necklaces you find in Forever21, but i’m pretty content with the earthiness of mine (:

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Materials: dream-catcher, a keychain thingy, a pre-made braided…

— 1 year ago with 442 notes
InkedandSewn.com | Alexander Wang Rocco Bag DIY

diyfashion:

inkedandsewn.com A.W. Rocco bag

Learn how to stud your own Alexander Wang Rocco Bag look-a-like in a few easy steps

xx Jess James

www.inkedandsewn.com

— 1 year ago with 174 notes
Bicycle Sweater!

neversaygood-bye:

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This sweater is so so so easy to make. Want one for youself? Keep Reading!

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you could even try different designs i want a cat i thin

— 1 year ago with 285 notes
icouldmakethat:

storagegeek:

Reverse Canvas Wall Pockets | Just Something I Made
How absolutely darling are these? Dress them up or down as much as you like. So useful! And practical too especially i you have some old canvases laying around that you don’t want to (re)paint! I am going to make up a few of these and use them at the front door for mail and key organization!

There’s no way that whatever I put in these wall pockets would be nearly as cute as what’s in this photo.

icouldmakethat:

storagegeek:

Reverse Canvas Wall Pockets | Just Something I Made

How absolutely darling are these? Dress them up or down as much as you like. So useful! And practical too especially i you have some old canvases laying around that you don’t want to (re)paint! I am going to make up a few of these and use them at the front door for mail and key organization!

There’s no way that whatever I put in these wall pockets would be nearly as cute as what’s in this photo.

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— 1 year ago with 2029 notes