Looking for a unique DIY gift to make for a loved one this holiday season? Why not a clock? These clock DIYs are great for the chronically late and the decor obsessed! And there’s definitely a style here for everyone!
This celestial clock is great for any stargazers you know! You can always replace the moon image with any other. What about a fruit, or a basketball for the sports-obsessed?
Who knew a wooden platter could make such a cool, minimalist clock? This would look great in a kitchen!
This rustic clock DIY looks like a million bucks but will cost you a lot loss!
The stain adds a funky design element to this cool clock DIY!
Upgrade an inexpensive clock with a leather belt!
When it comes to DIY decorating for the holidays, some of us are already too overwhelmed with food and party prep that we can’t even wrap our heads around making elaborate DIY creations. No need to worry! These DIYs are easy to make, and stylish to boot! So if you have an hour to spare, you can probably knock out all of these projects, and make your home ready for fall hosting.This autumn garland from Decor Envy is a stunner, and takes about 10 minutes to make! Quick, simple, and sparkly!
Who knew popcorn could look so festive? This simple and inexpensive DIY from Passionate Penny Pincher celebrates the harvest season with the ultimate movie snack as the main “ingredient”.
All this DIY from A Night Owl calls for is a few wood slices, some paint, and a few extras to really make your “pumpkin” pop!
This pinecone garland from The Sweetest Occasion is not only simple and sweet, it will take you right through the winter holidays too!
Have you ever fallen in love so deeply that you overlook the bad, and highlight only the good? And then you get home and realize that the fit/shape/cut/color is all wrong? We’ve all fallen in love with a pair of jeans, that by all intents and purposes is perfect, except for one little setback. But one tiny problem can’t stand in the way of true love, right? Right. With these simple DIY fixes, all of your jean dilemmas are a thing of the past. AND you won’t have to spend a dime on therapy afterwards, retail therapy that is.
Learn how to make your jeans a little more rough around the edges with this denim distressing DIY!
Does your favorite denim need darning? If your go-to pair needs a helping mend, use this DIY to make them almost brand new!
If your pair is picking up dust as you walk, use this DIY to hem those jeans like a pro!
If your jeans fit everywhere but your waist, it may be time to take them in at a side seam.
Are your jeans making you feel blue? Dye them with this DIY, and your friends will be green with envy!
If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to update your basic blue jeans, look no further than this DIY! It’s so easy, and there’s absolutely no sewing involved. Just place the gems and studs where you want to add some pop, heat them up with glue, and you’re ready to hit the town in style! What You’ll Need:
4mm HF Octagon Rhinestone Stud
6.5mm Hotfix Cone Shaped Stud
SS10 Hotfix Swarovski Pearl
1. Lay out your jeans and place the iron-on studs and pearls to the desired areas. We laid the studs and pearls out in a denser pattern at the top and faded them out to the middle of the jean.
2. Place your iron on top of studs and pearls to heat up the glue. The heat will attach the studs and pearl to the jean.
Denim jeans are a fashion staple, but sometimes your average pair seems a little basic. Check out these fun DIYs to make your spare pair into a statement pair!
Add a little sass to your cuffs with studs!
Adding texture to a pair of jeans is easy with a needle and thread!
Glam up your pair with a sequined pocket!
Mix in some pattern play with a fun dotted pair!
Looking for the perfect gift for your holiday host? This DIY is the perfect last minute present that is sure to dazzle! These lace votive holders will set the cozy mood for any soiree, and they may even use them for the party as soon as they get them!
What You’ll Need:
Glass Votive Holders
4” Fine Metallic Lace
Small candles1. Wrap your lace around the candle holder.
2. Measure and cut.
3. Cut one edge off of the lace trim so that the bottom is relatively flat.
4. Add glue to your lace and gently wrap it around the votive. Place on candle holder carefully, and let it dry.
These polka dot napkins from Freut Cake are great for the playful party host because is there a pattern that’s more playful than polka dots? Nope.
The perfect gift for that host who loves to match, this geometric embroidered set is the stuff of their pattern-obsessed dreams!
These watercolor mugs from Poppy Talk are perfect for the high-energy host. They need to get their fuel from somewhere, right?
These cement votive holders from Say Yes are great for those who like their space industrial with a feminine touch, or for a new couple who are still trying to figure out how to balance his stuff v. her stuff.
A DIY gift for the DIYer? Check. A tiny DIY terrarium kit is all they need to get their green thumb and creativity going!
This week we’re taking a cue from the nerdy-chic trend that tends to pop up around fall when school is in session! If you’ve ever had a boring sweater that needed a subtle upgrade, this DIY is for you! We’ve taken regular elbow patches that were already super-chic, and updated them with a fun geometric print. You can use this tutorial to create all different styles of elbow patches too! Try a floral stencil for something a little more feminine or paisley for a look that’s pretty and pretty!
What You’ll Need:
Suede Cowhide Elbow Patch
Needle and Thread
1. Turn your suede patches over so that side you want to show on the sweater is facing downward, and draw an oval circle by the edge of the patch to prevent excess cutting.
2. Stencil on the design with your white pencil, and make sure to not stencil in anything past the white oval circle you made before.
3. Carefully cut out the shapes you created with your knife.
4. Figure out where your elbows would be placed in your sweater. Sew on each patch in that elbow area.
For kids, Halloween is one of the best holidays of the year. They get to dress as their favorite characters, and walk from house to house retrieving candy. Who wouldn’t love that? But there are perks for adults too, like seeing all of the adorable costumes that the little ones don each year! If you’re looking for some cute costume ideas for your tiny tot, look no further. Here are some of our favorite costumes for kids!
Dress up your little wild thing in a costume inspired by Maurice Sendak’s famous book, Where the Wild Things Are!
Everyone thinks their child is sweet, but with a cotton candy costume you can let the entire world know!
Your child can be the coolest bird on the block in a flamingo costume with matching hot pink shades.
This Frida Kahlo costume is perfect for cultured kids, and parents who love seeing their kids with drawn on facial hair.
Why not aim high on Halloween, and set the bar to scientist? In a few years they’ll attribute their Nobel Prize to this very costume.
If you’ve ever wanted to realize your inner goddess, we have the first step to your transformation. This epic statement necklace features chunky pendants, chains in an assortment of sizes and shapes, and beautiful beaded trim.
2 5/8” Bugle/Seed Beaded Fringe
1 1/4” Square Linked Chain
1 1/8” Metallic Circle Chain
Gold Sunflower Pendant
13mm Small Round Rope Chain
1. Create a long necklace using your small round chain. Add a jump ring and lobster clasp to the back.
2. Lay the necklace out in an oval. Place a piece of the square chain to the center. Connect the corners with jump rings. Attach the jump rings to smaller pieces of the small round chain.
3. Take the larger round chain and attach pieces to each side.
4. Repeat step 3 with the small round chain.
5. Add the teardrop pendants to the bottom on each side, and one on the top overlaying the square chain.
6. Add the sunflower pendant to the bottom center.
7. Cut a 5 inch piece of the beaded fringe. Fold over and glue each ribbon side together, then glue the ribbon to the back of the sunflower pendant so that only the fringe is exposed.
8. Create a smaller fringe pieces doing the same process in step 7. This time add a hole in the center. Add a jump ring and attached on to each side next to the teardrop pendent in the center.