DIY Color Dipped Luggage Tag

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DIY Color Dipped Luggage TagSummer travel is just the best part about summer, don’t you think?! Aside from ice cream and patio cocktails that is. I’ll be headed to Oregon tomorrow (first time back since I moved) to see the eclipse! And guys, I cannot tell you how excited I am for it. It’s going to be amazing and I hope you have it on your calendars as well! I’ll be staying at the SpringHill Suites and of course documenting the whole trip on Instagram, so be sure to follow along!

Before leaving I thought it would be fun to make a colorful luggage tag. If you have any other trips planned before fall sets in, and you want to make one for yourself, here’s how: Continue reading…

DIY Pom Pom Planter

Make your own pom pom planter in 30 minutes!I’m not usually one for trends, but my goodness do I love how many pom pom projects there are out there right now. There’s just something so nice about how simple yet how much fun + color they can bring to anything. In this case, now that it’s officially spring, we’re talking about planters! This one is SUPER easy and only takes a half hour, so you can back to more important things like enjoying that extra hour of daylight. Here’s how:  Continue reading…

DIY Rhinestone Heels

Jazz up your heels with rhinestones in 30 minutes!If you thought my rhinestone obsession was just a phase, I’m happy to tell you that it’s not. The good news is that more and more I’ve noticed them creeping in on the style radar, especially on heels. And perhaps the even best news of all is that the trend is 100% DIY-able and takes little effort to pull off. Here’s how:

Time: 30 minutes

Materials:

– Rhinestones

E-6000 Glue

Heels

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DIY Glitter Hair Pins

Add some flair to your hair with these DIY glitter hair pins! Click through for video tutorial.If you couldn’t tell from the pink, I’m a firm believer that life is too short for boring hair. Of course, I know that not all situations allow for you to have colored hair, but that doesn’t mean that you still can’t have a little fun. And what says fun more than some sparkle?! You can whip up a whole set of these glitter hair pins in no time at all. Here’s how:

Time: 15 minutes + set time for resin and dry time for glue

Materials
Resin
Glitter
Bobby Pins
E-6000 Glue
Silicon Mold
– Plastic cups + stir stick

Add some flair to your hair with these DIY glitter hair pins! Click through for video tutorial.You can of course use any size/shape mold that you want. Just be sure that it’s made of silicon so that the final product pops out with ease. Continue reading…