In honor of Earth Day, we wanted to help make the planet a little more green. What better way to add a little green to your space than by adding a planter full of beautiful greenery? These DIY planters are the ticket to inspiring that green thumb in all of us.
Looking for the perfect accessory for that party this spring? Make a basic clutch bloom with a little floral beaded trim! This pastel purse is great for a garden wedding, bridal shower, or any garden party!
What You’ll Need:
5/8” Sequin Flower
1- Take your sequin trim and measure from the end of one side of the clutch to the other. Cut to size.
2- Glue trim down.
3- Add around row of trim above the one you just glued down. Glue down and let dry.
The season’s biggest festival, Coachella, just ended, but it has definitely set the tone and trends for upcoming music festivals! The event usually brings out the best in bohemian fashion, and it seems like the free-spirited style is only heightened each year. This year we saw no shortage of fringe, crop tops and intricate accessories. Here are some of our favorite looks from this year!
Pretty pastels are usually a hallmark style of the season. The soft shades mimic the beautiful colors of spring, and from mint to peach there’s almost always a pastel that can make its way into your closet. If these hues just aren’t your thing for an all-over outfit, add a pop of pastels by way of accessories. Whether with a pair of baby blue shoes or a lavender clutch, you can channel spring in your style!
The weekend is coming up and the sun is finally shining, which means that we’re finally able to enjoy the outdoors! Add some fun to the sun with these outdoor DIY games that are cute, crafty and entertaining for the whole family! They also make great activities for parties or weddings.
Hop the day away with this rainbow hopscotch board made from paving stones!
Play some classic board games, and then have a delicious dinner outdoors with the flip of a table tile with the outdoor checkers table!
Revive an old classic game on the lawn with these bright and colorful lawn dominoes!
Use your shed to create an epic rock wall for little ones!
Update your average horseshoes with colorful pastels!
If you’re looking for a fast and easy way to jazz up a basic pony tail, look no further! All you need is a hair elastic, some leather cord, and, literally, two minutes.
1/8” Faux Leather Tape
1- Take your hair and place in a pony tail.2- Place leather under the pony tail. Leave about 6 inches of leather hanging. Wrap leather around the pony tail.
3- Leave about 6 inches hanging once you are about to come to the end. Tie the ends together.
Pom poms were such a hot accessory this winter, but you can take the pom pom trend into any season with this fun DIY! Add a playful touch to your ponytail by adding colorful bunch of pom poms to the back. You can add a few different colors to your comb or go with one big pom pom to really make a statement.
Jumbo Pom Pom Fringe
1. Cut three pom poms off of the trim.
2. Glue down each pom pom onto the metal comb, and let them dry.
3. Place comb on top of the pony.
Is your hair falling flat? If you need something to keep your hair back while also elevating your hairstyle, we have just the thing. By adding a fun piece of metal hardware to your hair, you’ll look like a million bucks and also keep your style sleek.Materials:
Metal Bamboo Buckle
1- Take half of your hair and bring to the back of your head. Place hair in the top part of the buckle from underneath.
2- Place hair over the metal bar and through the other opening of the buckle.
3- Push buckle up to secure.
The first DIY in this installment of the 4 Ways series is perfect for a formal event! This up-do is messy enough that recreating it is simple, but also stylish enough to wear to prom or even a wedding! We love using these metal seashell buttons for the warmer months, but feel free to play around with any shape or style! You can also use crystal sew-ons for a look that dazzles.
Metal Shell Button
Metal Conch Button
Metal Sun Button
Metal Hair Pins
1. Remove the shank on the back of the buttons with a set of pliers.
2. Apply glue to the back of the button, and then add the clip directly on top. Let the clips dry overnight
3. Take a section of the front of your hair and either braid or twist to the back of your head.
4. Make a ponytail with your remaining hair.
5. Combine the end of the braid and ponytail into a bun, securing with bobby pins as you go.
6. Add the button hair pins into the braid or twisted part of the hair.