Once upon a time there was a girl who went to a clothing swap and was lucky enough to find a gorgeous dress in her size. She loved the dress… …until she got it home and tried it on fully and noticed a problem. She decided to salvage what she could of this garment and turn it into a shirt. And so she did. Any interesting items you’ve salvaged lately, readers?
This post originally appeared over at Easily Dunn as a guest post. Today I’ve got a simple but fun DIY for you. Now, I don’t know how most people feel about coasters, but it’s one thing I can be a little OCD about. I hate water rings on tables, whether it’s a water-damagable table or not. So absorbent coasters are a must for me. Notice I specified ~absorbent~. I have never understood the point of glass or other sealed coasters,… Read the rest ⇒
For this week’s Friday Favorites, I present my crafty wishlist! Things I want to help with my own crafts, or things other crafters made that I lust after. OK, mostly the latter. 1. Bernette 46 sewing machine by Bernina.How cute is this machine?!? via 2. Speedball Screen Printing FabricI discovered they sell the fabric used on their screens in rolls! Will work way better than the stuff I eyeballed at JoAnn’s. via 3. Aubergine Purple Pottery Mug by Blue Room… Read the rest ⇒
This month I am honored to be sponsoring two fabulous blogs (look for the DA ad in the sidebars!). Little Luck Tree Shannon over at Little Luck tree runs a very positive blog sharing all things creatively inspiring (crafts, fashion, DIY projects, life thoughts, etc.). She’s got distinct style, fabulous hair that I’m jealous of, and a very upbeat outlook. Go look! You can also find her on Twitter: @luck_tree Pussy Cat Vintage The two lovely ladies (Nicole & Lindsay)… Read the rest ⇒