diy shadowbox calendar

Wednesday, January 4, 2017



to help ring in the new year, I made a shadowbox calendar! it looks rad + it's super functional. you can put it on your desk, mount it on your wall, or put it pretty much wherever you want. since it's a box, it serves as its own little storage container and keeps the calendar pages from getting lost. use the free download at the end of the tutorial to make your own!



materials

shadow box / calendar template
cardstock
scissors / xacto knife
rubber cement
tape

2017 Planner Guide

Monday, January 2, 2017

1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8


i'm back! at least for a little bit. in case you're struggling finding a good planner like i am, here's a list of pretty planners that i want. apparently, this year, i'm really loving florals and foils.

oh, and happy new year. my resolution list is the same as last year's because i did almost none of those things. but hey, it was 2016.

The Big Break

Thursday, September 8, 2016



I used to wonder why I couldn't be like bigger blogs like Homey Oh My or Almost Makes Perfect, but I now realize that it's because those bloggers are big girls. They're grown up grown ups.

They have apartments - I have a dorm.
They have actual jobs - I have a mountain of student loans.
THEY'RE NOT IN SCHOOL. I'M STILL IN SCHOOL

School just consumes soooo much of my time. Almost of all of it. I both transferred schools and switched majors and I have a buttload of work to do. I wish I could dedicate more of my time to blogging, but I really, really can't. At least not yet. I want to do the best that I can do while I am in school and if I ever catch a spare moment, I'm probably going to use it to do some freelance work or grow my etsy shop (because let's be honest. blogging's not going to make me any money for a long while).

that being said, I will absolutely keep posting in my spare time. I've been invited by skillshare to teach a virtual crafting class (YOU SHOULD ABSOLUTELY SIGN UP) and instructables has asked me to participate in some of their themed projects. I'll of course try to post as much as possible because I really do enjoy blogging.

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Merry Friday

Friday, August 12, 2016


this week has been productive and exhausting. my sister is graduating with her masters tomorrow and I'm really proud of her. merry friday.

jump on the message board movement, with this diy message board tutorial.
this sunny striped nail tutorial is beautiful.
here's a free download for some awesome printable ice cream fans.
this amazingly awesomely beautiful wedding dress is suprisingly only $570.
a free printable habit tracker is just what you need for back to school life.
make some diy pannier bike bags out of purses.
both her diy scarf beach shawl and her swim suit are super cute.

diy splattered wood coasters

Wednesday, August 10, 2016



If you were here Monday, you saw this post mentioning my kitchen wants. I'm going to start doing tiny things to reach my kitchen goals and I decided I needed coasters. I came across these west elm rain coasters and knew I needed them. I also knew I could make them and it would be much cheaper (which really worked out because theirs had a gold rim and I wanted a copper rim).



materials

wood circles
masking tape or painters tape
white paint
black paint
metallic paint


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