Here are 2 cute DIY Father's Day Card tutorials that are so simple and beautiful to boot. A three-dimensional pop-up card has so many possibilities by changing the paper color and pattern — and the negative space of the letter "A" becoming a heart is sweet. I've seen a lot of macaroni art, but painting bowtie pasta to look like actual bowties is brilliant! The pop-up template and instructions can be found at One Dog Woof and the bowtie pasta card tutorial at The Gold Jellybean.
I love luminaries during the holidays, but the traditional paper bags filled with sand only get one use which seems like a bit of a waste. Soup or vegetable cans make wonderful luminaries and you only need some paint, a hammer and a nail to create intricate patterns.
SATURDAY | OCTOBER 10TH | 4:00 P.M. - 7:30 P.M.
I will be teaching a Make & Take tutu class and setting up a one day pop up shop in McKinney for Second Saturday. The class will be come and go format between 4-7:30pm on Saturday October 10th at Nan Lee Jewelry in Historic Downtown Mckinney. The timing is perfect for kids or pets costumes for Halloween and all materials are included. The cost of the class is $25. Call to reserve your spot or sign up at Event Brite.
It's been awhile since I've posted an upcycled project and this one really caught my eye. We've all seen plastic milk crates as shelving and most of us probably had them in our dorm rooms, but this funky bench treatment is inspired!
I'm digging the Esty Shop of Barruntando in Spain. Below are images of some of my favorite pieces. The fox yarn bowl is so darn cute and so darn useful. I can think of many crafty friends who could use one of these. The hedgehog and arctic fox figurines have also captured my heart. Absolutely charming.