I long to write every single time I stop by my blog. And if it’s any help, I stop by every. single. day.
I think it gives me some sense of accomplishment that I haven’t given up on my dreams and that soon, I’ll be reunited with Koltureshoq again.
So, just so you know, I think about you everyday. Every. Single. Day.
All my love,
This is a very short story.
One day last week, I took off my flipflops to search for my hair dryer in a box under my bed. I saw my box of sharpie markers first. And the rest is history…
I hope you like it and I’ll like to see your projects (pls drop the links in the comments section). Do remember to share share share this project with your friends. It soooo easy and you can all do it over the coming holiday (yay to holidays).
Have fun guys.
Seems like we have another picture tutorial just like our clutch here.
I’ve had this piece of fabric for over 2 years and after making these fabric covered bangles, it just sat there in my craft box. Until today. Today this one had another chance at life…hehehehe.
What you’ll need: Hard cover notebook, fabric, mod podge, glue gun
So here goes;
NB: I used a glue gun when attaching the book back. Also, the mod podge was still wet in the last pix. Forgive me. I will upload a better pix tomorrow.
I just know I’m going on a DIY spree with this one! 🙂
If you have any questions, do let me know in the comments section below.
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Have a great week ahead guys.
Remember this clutch I made last year? Well, I just saw some pictures on my iPad and decided to give you guys a picture tutorial. Lazy me….hehehehe.
I had just ordered my first set of Mod Podge from Amazon and was so excited. Dug out my old clutch purse which I had mentally reserved for a makeover and did some Mod Podge Magic.
An old clutch purse
Magazine with beautiful colored pictures (or not)
Bristle or foam brushes
So here goes….
I had fun with this one and I hope you do too.
Hit me up in the comments section if you have a question. I’ll be more than willing to answer. And remember to share this post with your friends…thanks 😉
Have a great week guys.
So it was my friend’s marriage introduction and I was in a pretty craft mood. Here’s what I did and I suggest you do too.
(In the voice of Emmet in The Lego Movie)
Bring out your poor old clutch purse (or any other ‘unblinged’ purse for that matter).
Bring out your flat-back or sew-on crystals and your E6000 glue.
Start gluing the crystals on to your purse. Allow to dry for 24 hours at least (very important). And there you have it. Your very own DIY blinged out purse.
Hit me up in the comments section if you have questions (or if you’d just like to say hi) 🙂
Off to my salsa class now.
Just found out I could embed stuff from Pinterest and decided to give it a try. I’m using my DIY projects board right now, but I’ll post other boards up soon enough.
Great huh? We learn along the way don’t we? 🙂
Remember this DIY Chain and Pearl Necklace I posted yesterday? Well, someone requested that I make her one. And I did. And it was awesome.
I even think it was better than mine.
What do you think?
I gotta go now but please hit the follow button (to your left) to get more awesome updates.
See you soon.