10 Minutes or Less: DIY Polka Dot Vase

Create this mess-free polka dot vase in 5 minutes!If you’re in a pinch for where to put all of those beautiful spring tulips, then this quick DIY is for you! This polka dot vase is mess free, cost about one dollar to make, and can be whipped up in about 5 minutes. In terms of easy projects, I don’t think think could be beat! Here’s how:

Time: 5 minutes
Materials: dot stickers, jar

Create this mess-free polka dot vase in 5 minutes!For my jar I used an old pickle jar and removed the label. The dots are actually stickers I found at an office supply store. If they are out of the kind you like, you can also buy the teacher smiley face stickers and spray paint them.

I teamed up with Brittany Ann Cool + The Flwry here in Philly to make this fun video of the process:

So that’s it! Super fun don’t you think? You could also create another pattern or shape with the dots, or even mix and match other colors. It’s so risk-free and affordable that really anything is fair game!

Create this mess-free polka dot vase in 5 minutes!

10 Minute DIY Polka Dot Purse

Learn how to make this polka dotted purse in 10 minutes!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:

Time: 10 minutes + dry time
Materials: fabric or multi-surface paint, foam pouncers, purse

Learn how to make this polka dotted purse in 10 minutes!If you don’t have any foam pouncers, you could make your dots with a brush (it will probably just take a little longer). Continue reading…

10 Minutes or Less: DIY Jar Makeover

Add some color to your bathroom with this easy (and quick) jar makeover diy!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

Add some color to your bathroom with this easy (and quick) jar makeover diy!If you’re using a jar you already own, just make sure to give it a good cleaning before painting.

Add some color to your bathroom with this easy (and quick) jar makeover diy!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.

Bada-bing, bada-boom. Easy as that!

Add some color to your bathroom with this easy (and quick) jar makeover diy!

Add some color to your bathroom with this easy (and quick) jar makeover diy!

Add some color to your bathroom with this easy (and quick) jar makeover diy!

Add some color to your bathroom with this easy (and quick) jar makeover diy!

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10 Minutes or Less: DIY Temporary Tattoo Ornaments

Add some artwork to your tree in 10 minutes with these diy temporary tattoo ornaments!I know, I know, a Christmas DIY before Thanksgiving is even here. Well.. I waited as long as I could! Plus I know many of your will be decorating the day after you feast, so I thought I’d share an idea in case you’re looking to do a little crafting over the holiday! This ornament diy takes about ten minutes and can be customized for any style or personality type. Easy peasy all the way here friends. Here’s how:

Time: 10 minutes
Materials: temporary tattoosdecoupage, brush, sponge, ornament,

Add some artwork to your tree in 10 minutes with these diy temporary tattoo ornaments!I used these temporary tattoos, but if you can’t find ones you like, you can always make your own! I found the white bulbs at Michaels for about two bucks each.

Add some artwork to your tree in 10 minutes with these diy temporary tattoo ornaments!Trim your tattoo to size and then peel the plastic layer off the front. Position on your ornament and wet the back with a sponge for about 30 seconds. Be sure to hold your tattoo as still a possible to not smudge the design. Peel paper off and let your tattoo dry on the surface.

If you don’t like the way it came out, you can remove with rubbing alcohol. But, if you did it right, seal with a thin layer of decoupage and let dry! Super easy, right? And with so many temporary tattoo options, you could make these for anyone in your family!

Add some artwork to your tree in 10 minutes with these diy temporary tattoo ornaments!

Add some artwork to your tree in 10 minutes with these diy temporary tattoo ornaments!Add some artwork to your tree in 10 minutes with these diy temporary tattoo ornaments!

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