Armoire to Aviary Thanks AT for posting this. I think my sister Cherie will like this! Very clever and a beautiful job! Here’s the How-to: http://empressofcreativity.blogspot.com/2007/09/diy-from-armoire-to-aviary.html
I’m going to wear my hair like this! I can almost get it into a victory roll but it is just a tad too short. I’m definitely doing some variations of this gorgeous 40’s pin up look. I love it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2QyEWv4WDo&feature=player_embedded I love this pic of Rita Hayworth. This is the victory roll I want to do. A flower on the side would be perfect.
treat your guests to treats like this- luscious cholcolate bites on fancy toothpicks you can buy the crystal doodads from home depot in their lighting dept. Also great for hanging on the xmas tree at xmas time. make cute cupcakes ahead of time. look closely- you can see that she put tiny plastic deer on the ones in the cake holder. everyone should get a little treat to take home every party needs balloons you can cut out a design from a potato and dip it in black paint- this really works- to decorate your doilies use clever ideas to display flowers from your garden a couple of cute and simple ideas for gift wrapping a sweet gift would be a vintage suitcase filled with fancy notepaper or anything else your guest of honor would like a cute party outfit simple and sweet centerpiece go ahead and buy a fancy cake- you only live once make your own invitations and have fun with them and don’t …
Ever wonder how to make a paper crane? I think this would be really fun project to make a whole strand of these. Check out the site below (Style Me Pretty) where I got this from for more inspiring ideas. http://www.stylemepretty.com/2009/06/25/paper-crane-decorations-satsuma-press/ Some photos of paper crane from around the net: multicolored papercranes awesome paper crane light 1000 paper cranes (which means good luck) paper crane image strand of paper cranes teeny tiny paper cranes step by step directions: http://monkey.org/~aidan/origami/crane/ read this story about a Japanese girl who treid to fold 1000 paper cranes from her hospital bed: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sadako_Sasaki read the legend of folding 1000 paper cranes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thousand_origami_cranes Have fun folding paper cranes!!! FeeFee
http://www.reesedixon.com/2009/06/paper-mache-party-lights.html Hi! I found this post at apt therapy. Great idea for a string of party lights- especially if you have a certain color in mind that you can’t find. How cute! FeeFee
This is cute. Make your own magic! :) FeeFee
Have you tried this yet? It is a great way to display your inspirational items, ideas, reminders, photos- anything you want to change often. I’ve done it and I love the way it looks. It is neater than a bulletin board. I just used wire and nails and some clips that are normally used for hanging curtains but anything would work. this one is made from an old door. check out the post here: http://jeannewinters.blogspot.com/2009/01/ultimate-inspiration-board.html
Cover a water bottle or heating pad with an old turtleneck sweater. It would make having to use one a little more comforting and it looks a lot cuter, don’t you think? You could also cover an ice pack with flannel material. I’m going to do it! FeeFee from notebook magazine online
Again, I can’t remember where this was from- if you know please let me know! I think this is such a cute idea to cover a thrifted ottoman/bench with this kind of fabric. (They used a piece of old flokati rug here). If you have pets- wouldn’t this be a really cute alternative to those pricey pet beds? I imagine my dogs loving this if it were next to a window or at the foot of my bed.
DIY! I think it made my white shirt a little less boring. This was so quick and easy to make. How to make a recycled scraps necklace (which is very similar to the straps on my braided tablecloth bag): 1. Take your scrap fabric, I cut a .5”-1” snip and tear the rest of the fabric down for a nice frayed edge. Used 3 different fabrics for each strand. 2. Take 3 of the torn pieces and tie the ends together with a rubber band. 3. Braid the 3 pieces together and tie ends together with rubber band when done. 4. Repeat steps 2 & 3 for more strands. Remember you can make the strands any length you want, if run out of fabric, just weave more into the braid. 5. Once all the strands you want are braided, gather one end of each strand together and straight stitch together with sewing machine. Repeat for the other ends of the strands. Snip off any excess. 6. Gather ends of the necklace and sew together (snip …