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DIY: T-shirt scarf

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DIY t-shirt scarves are trendy and they can be as funky as you want them to be🙂

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All you need is a t-shirt, a pair of scissors, needle and thread and anything you like for decoration🙂

How to make your scarf 🙂

1. Cut long strips out of your t-shirt ans stretch them

2. Braid half if you want

3. Connect the ends using a square piece of cloth and stitch it there

4. Decorate as you want🙂

Isn’t it simple??

and as always innovate🙂

Use following examples:

Cheers!!

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DIY: Melted crayon art

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Melted Crayon art is very beautiful and simple.

 

 

You will need:

1. Crayons

2.Glue

3. Tape

4. Hair dryer

5. Canvas

How to create a melted crayon art:

A ttach the crayons on the canvas using glue and then tape it.

Let it dry.

Now spread a newspaper and keep the canvas slant with the support of wall or holder and start spraying heat with the dryer.
Thats it..The colours will start falling and you will realize how simple and beautiful it is.

Don’t worry if the colour spills. After all that is the fun part.

Innovate and create beautiful designs. Check out our samples for example.

Cheers!!!

DIY : Paper beads

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Lets make something awesome.. out of something we use in our day to day life..

DIYs are always fun, sometimes they turn out well and sometimes they don’t but still the fun part is trying.

For paper beads you will need:

  1. Newspaper
  2. Water
  3. Glue
  4. Sand paper
  5. Colour
  6. Varnish

How to make paper beads..

  • Rip the paper and boil it well.
  • After the water is reduced completely add gluee to it
  • Roll the beads (make sure you don’t do it while its still too hot)
  • Let them dry for a day or two
  • Sand the ends using the sandpaper
  • Colour them

Your beads are ready.

Now you can drill hole into them and make a necklace , bracelet or make earrings..Make anything..:)

Have fun!!

Cheers!!

Share with us what did you make🙂

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DIY Ring Holder

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DIY : Ring holder

DIY projects are always fun!

After making general Jewelry holder and make-up brush holder now we will be making some cool Ring holders🙂

So are you ready??

You will need:

  1. A case (pot/cardboard box/shoe)
  2. Some fabric
  3. Cardboard pieces

How to make your Ring-holder🙂

1. Cut the cardboard pieces and wrap them up with the fabric according to the shape and size of your case.

2. Put these pieces into the case.

3….🙂 well there is no 3.. you are done!!

Innovate, beautiful and share your projects with us!!

Cheers!!

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In the shoe

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In the box

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In the box

Case
In the box

Mother’s Day DIY: Lip Gloss

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DIY: Mother’s Day Mint gloss 

Gift you mother something she can use to pamper herself:)

You will need:

1 teaspoon coconut oil

1 teaspoon pure almond oil

1 teaspoon cocoa butter

3-4 drops pure vitamin E oil

1-2 drops pure peppermint extract

3-4 semisweet chocolate chips 

How to do it:

Heat water in a pan and let it boil

Take a heat-safe bowl and add all the ingredients to it

Put this bowl inside the pan making sure water does not touch the bowl

Let the ingredients melt 

Now transfer them to a cute little jar (sterilized)

Always keep it in a refrigerator🙂

Cheers!!

Mother Day DIY idea: Cross Stitch Cards.

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These are wonderful!!

Clouds of Colour

Helllooo again lovelies! Mothers Day is just around the corner so Ive been thinking up some home DIYs to share. Here is a simple card I made using cross stitch!

Supplies needed: Heavy weight card, needle and thread…thats all!
First I sketched out my design with pencil, then with the needle I punched holes along the lines making it a lot easier to stitch. Stitch your design on and youre done! Too easy right? xo Bec

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Mothers Day DIY idea: Sand Vases.

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Beautiful DIY mother day gift🙂

Clouds of Colour

Hey guys! Another DIY for y’all and just in time for mothers day🙂 I have been wanting to turn these old jars into vases then had the idea of coating sand on them! I love how subtle this is and keeps in touch with good old nature.

Supplies needed: Old jars, masking tape, sand and glue that will stick to glass ( I used super strength spray glue, the only trouble with this is the vases cant be washed but I found the glue is strong enough to keep the sand on)

Firstly take off any existing labels on the jars then with masking tape make your stripes and coat with glue.


Sprinkle sand evenly over the glue and set to dry. I left it for a few hours but the longer the better. Slowly peel off the masking tape. If the glue and sand start to come off…

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