Have a stained or shrunken sweater that doesn’t stand a chance paired with a chronic case of cold ears? Make a hat!
Another day, another hat made from a sweater!
Learn how to make a giant yarn pompom hat and embrace the pompom trend with open arms.
No reason not to look cool while you’re warm and toasty! This studded hat DIY will make you look edgy without sacrificing comfort.
If you’re looking for inspiration for this weekend’s DIYs, look no further than the work of artist, Izziyana Suhaimi. Her style is unique in that it merges unlikely mediums for a look that is dimensional and unexpected. Whether it’s pen, watercolor, or pencil; each work is embellished with embroidered accents that add both color and texture to the piece.
Only a few days left to save 10% on our leather trims with code LEATHER101! Take stock up on everything you need to make some super chic DIYs for the home, your hobbies, and your outfit!
Use colorful leather trim to make a cool set of braided bracelets!
An old belt, or a stamped leather ribbon can be used to make a rustic leather camera strap.
This grown-up hair bow is perfect for winter hairstyles.
Not all diamonds sparkle! Make a geometric design with this diamond leather necklace.
Keep your sweaters under wraps with these storage containers, and kick those plastic bins to the curb.
These bohemian bracelets pair crystal sparkle with matte leather, making for a perfect combination of styles.
They say history repeats itself and, when it comes to mid-century design, we’re welcoming it back with open arms. The desire for this design, which reached peak popularity in the 1950s and 60s, has resurfaced partly because of shows like Mad Men which highlight and romanticize this period. This style is characterized by sleek and sophisticated shapes, clean lines, and multipurpose functionality. The colors can range from kitschy bright blues and oranges, to earthy olives. Like the look, but don’t know how to keep it fresh? Add mid-century elements while also infusing modern pieces and colors into the mix.
Looking for a cute DIY to make for the little people in your life? These trim-embellished moccasins make a great baby shower present. They’re comfy, cute, and the funky ombre trim makes them colorful! What You’ll Need:
15mm Ombre Rococo Trim
Needle and Tread
1. Sew your rococo trim on the top of the shoe and all the way around the lining of the shoe.
2. Cut any excess trim, and glue the edges to keep it from fraying.
3. Repeat the same steps on the other shoe.
Last night the starts were shining bright at the 2015 Golden Globes! We think all of the attendees were winners, especially when it comes to looking glamorous, but even we had our favorites!Lupita Nyong’o looked like a midsummer night’s dream in a fantastic violet dress.
Salma Hayek Pinault blew us away with a white gown and frosty accessories.
Jessica Chastain sparkled in a bronze metallic dress.
Allison Williams looked dramatic in a beautiful red tiered dress.
Katherine Heigl maintained a stunning silhouette in a dark navy dress!
Kids clothes and accessories were MADE for DIYing. Why? The projects are smaller, the patterns are cuter, and the recipients are guaranteed to look adorable! Check out these projects for the little one in your life.
She’ll sing, dance and play in the rain with these festive glitter rain boots!
A hoodie for that adorable little stegosaurus in your life!
Make this easy and adorable bubble romper for your baby!
This chic little side button sweater is surprisingly easy to make!
We often look to the youth for the latest trends in style, beauty and entertainment. But how young are we talking here? These adorable toddlers are striking a pose, and taking the fashion world by storm. These tiny tots are dressed to impress, and adults can take a cue from their style too! These kids are chic beyond their years. Look at that layering!
The temperatures have finally dropped, and the first snow has hit the streets. And this is only the beginning. If you’re enjoying the blistery weather from the comfort of your home, these snow day DIYs might just be the projects to get you off that comfy couch and into your snow shoes!
Make these ice mandalas using bright materials like petals, berries and leaves; and leave them up all winter long!
Make beautiful ice lanterns to light your way.
Combine the two above DIYs to make a cool and colorful candle holder!
And if you’re looking to make a larger than life project, why not try your hand at making this incredible igloo!