After making this pillow the other week, you could say that I’m on a bit of a polka dot kick. It’s really just the easiest pattern to make and the end results are always cute. And really, what’s not to love about that? In one simple step, and ten minutes, you can recreate on-the-go makeup bag yourself! Here’s how:
Since I’m sure we’re all dealing with a Super Bowl hangover (aka a junk food headache/Beyoncé withdrawal), we’ll keep today’s project easy and simple! With just a few minutes and an iron, you can make some pretty glamorous treat bags for all your Valentines. No mess, fuss or special skills required. Here’s how you can whip up a set in no time at all:
I found these iron on applique hearts on Etsy, but you could easily make your own with fusible web.
Lay your heart sequin side down and position the treat bag over it. Hold iron in place (will be on the back of the bag instead of on top of the heart) for 15 seconds. Let cool, fill with goodies, and you’re all done, just like that.
The great part about these bags is that they’re completely reusable and gift wise, almost just as good as the treats you’ll put inside!
I’m curious to know, because I didn’t even think about this until almost chipping a tooth, but there’s much debate around this: candy hearts, love em or hate em?
Happy Monday friends! After being stuck inside all weekend buried under 22″ of snow, I decided to get a little crafty with some gems. If you’re looking to add some sparkle to your hairdo for a special Valentine’s date, or just want to make your girlfriends some bling for Galentine’s day, these diy rhinestone hair clips are sure to do the trick. Plus you’ll be done in under ten minutes (it really doesn’t get any easier than this)! Here’s how:
I decided to use to sew on rhinestones because they’re a bit thicker and have a flat back. You could also use hot glue for this project if you need to make one quick, but the E-6000 will last through a bit more wear and tear.
Clip your hair clips on to a piece of cardboard. This will keep them level and ensure that you won’t accidentally glue them shut. Add a dab of glue and attach your rhinestones. It helps to have your design picked out before applying the clue. If your clips have a curve to them, keep an eye on your stones to make sure they don’t shift at all.
Let dry and you’re done and ready for a night out! Easy as that!
I don’t know about you, but when it comes to decorating for Christmas, I like to go all out; however one room I don’t really do anything with is the bathroom. That is until this year! If you’re looking to bring in a touch of decor, or just a splash of color throughout the year, just give your apothecary jars a five minute makeover. Here’s how:
Time: 5 minutes + dry time Materials: jar, spray paint, Q-tips cotton swabs and NEW Q-tips Beauty Rounds
If you’re using a jar you already own, just make sure to give it a good cleaning before painting.
Now, turn your jar upside down and spray! The idea is to let the spray paint splash up the sides, but not be a solid color. This will give a fun ombre and almost frosted feel. Let dry and then fill with Q-tips cotton swabs and Q-Tips Beauty Rounds.