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

copper kitchen products roundup

Monday, August 8, 2016



I recently discovered that I might not be able to live on campus next year (which normal people would probably be excited about, but I'm transferring schools so I would like to know at least one person) so I've been thinking about what kind of kitchen I want. I'm thinking black, white, light wood, and for a metallic - copper.

1. mixing bowl
2. measuring spoons
3. foldable dish rack
4. kitchen caddy
5. five quart colander
6. measuring cups
7. plant hanger

merry friday

Friday, July 29, 2016

july is almost over and school is about to start back. sos help.

check out this beautiful diy mid century nightstand.
this copper and wood bead necklace is so easy and pretty!
i am currently obsessed with this hanging organizer and i desperately want to make it.
this scalloped floppy hat is so cuuuuuuttteee.
make a hanging leather shelf for easy storage.

diy mini notepads

Thursday, July 28, 2016



I'm a notebook / notepad junkie. I love to take notes in church or class or just doodle for fun. I've always been a compulsive list maker and notes are just a wonderful thing. I also LOVE couponing! Unfortunately, sometimes I can only print one coupon a page and I can't justify throwing away the rest of the paper after I cut them out so I have a bunch of paper scraps. I wasn't sure what to do with them until I had to use rubber cement for a collage project for a design class. Thus birthed these mini notepads.



materials

paper scraps
notepad covers
binder clips
rubber cement
watercolors (optional)



step 1. stack your paper scraps together (I made a template for those, too, so they can all be the exact same size.) and clip them together with binder clips.

step 2. brush the top edge with rubber cement.

step 3 (optional). brush the sides with watercolor.

step 4. print to the notepad cover onto cardstock. stack it on top of the paper and brush rubber cement along the top edge to attach it.

these notepads fit really easily in a purse and make fantastic gifts! they also tear out pretty smoothly. and they're cute.



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