DIY Cocktail Ring

Pull your look together for a fraction of the price with this DIY Cocktail Ring tutorial!If you’ve been reading my blog for any amount of time, you know that I love all things rhinestone (and if you’re new, check here, here and here). And because I truly believe you can never have too much sparkle, but that you can always save money, I teamed up with Etsy to show you how to make a fun cocktail ring for a fraction of the price you’d pay in stores!

Time: 30 minutes + dry time
Materials: rhinestones, felt, E­6000, scissors, ring backs, bamboo skewer

Pull your look together for a fraction of the price with this DIY Cocktail Ring tutorial!Click here to see the full tutorial over on Etsy’s blog!

Pull your look together for a fraction of the price with this DIY Cocktail Ring tutorial!PS remember this painted ring holder tutorial? For those that were curious, it’s still going strong!

DIY Plaster + Washi Tape Push Pins

Add some color and pattern to your office with these easy DIY plaster + washi tape push pins!When it comes to work, I write everything down. Ideas, to do list, doodles of ice cream cones, everything. Basically every now and then my desk turns into a massive pile of post-its and scribbled notes. To get my act together, I decided to get a cork board, but I couldn’t find any push pins that I was head over heels in love with which lead me to make my own! Here’s how:

Time: 30 minutes + dry and set time
Materials: silicon mold, plaster, washi tape, E-6000, thumbtacks, decoupage

Add some color and pattern to your office with these easy DIY plaster + washi tape push pins!I used a honeycomb shape tray, but you could use any that you wanted. There are SO many options on Amazon, just make sure it’s made of silicon and you’ll be good to go. Continue reading…

DIY Bistro Table Makeover

With just a bit of paint you can make a cheap bistro set feel like you're in Palm Springs! Click through for full tutorial.Happy Monday friends! And boy am I excited to kick off this week with a colorful makeover! I’ve been thinking about what to do with my ugly patio space since moving to Philly. Seriously, did you see the before? Of course when it came down to making a move I stuck with a classic rule, when in doubt, add color. Lots and lots of color. Here’s how I did it:

Time: 3.5 hours
Materials: DecoArt Outdoor Living Paint, bistro set, paint roller, foam brushes

With just a bit of paint you can make a cheap bistro set feel like you're in Palm Springs! Click through for full tutorial. Durable paint is key for this project! DecoArt’s Outdoor Living paint is great because you don’t need a sealer and it comes in such beautiful colors! I used wildflower, sunset, harvest, adirondack, and turquoise sky. You can the other colors available here or just head to JoAnn’s (select stores) or AC Moore (all stores) to see them in person. Continue reading…

DIY Fourth of July Pie Topper

Be the hit of the BBQ with this DIY Fourth of July pie topper! It’s hard to believe that the Fourth of July is less than a week away! While you’re probably busy planning the perfect sundress to wear to the BBQ and pool parties you’ll be attending, don’t forget about what to bring for dessert. And because who wants to bake in this heat, if you want a quick and easy way to make a store bought pie look like a million bucks, then this ten minute DIY Pocky Pie Topper is for you! Here’s how:
Time: 10 minutes
Materials: star punch, glitter paper, double sided tape, Pocky

Be the hit of the BBQ with this DIY Fourth of July pie topper! When picking up your pie at the store, you can also pick up some Pocky! Not only can you eat the sticks when you serve the pie (and let’s be honest, when making the topper), but they also look like a sparklers! I went with strawberry because, hello, pink, but they also come in a variety of other colors and flavors.

Be the hit of the BBQ with this DIY Fourth of July pie topper!Punch out your stars.

Be the hit of the BBQ with this DIY Fourth of July pie topper!Wrap a small piece of double sided tape around the biscuit part of the Pocky stick and press the star into place.

Be the hit of the BBQ with this DIY Fourth of July pie topper!Place your sticks into the pie and you’re done! If you want the stars to be at varying heights, just make the Pocky stick shorter.

Be the hit of the BBQ with this DIY Fourth of July pie topper!Easy as pie don’t you think?!

Be the hit of the BBQ with this DIY Fourth of July pie topper!

Be the hit of the BBQ with this DIY Fourth of July pie topper!

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