I’ve only started collecting nail polish and have about…hmmm 30 polishes and I am running out of space. So, I researched on a couple of diy and came out with these pretty easy and affordable diys.
Dot It! (<— click for source)
This is a brilliant idea! If you don’t have the funds to buy an acrylic display case this is the simplest way to do it.
Spice Rack It! (<– click to source)
This mom found a cheap way to make a rack and it’s cute as well. $3.99 and only at Ikea and who doesn’t want cheap hot dogs while you’re shopping!
Make It!! (click to source)
This person made it herself with a couple pieces of wood, nails and a little bit of paint
Cardboard It!! (<–click to source)
This is made out of cardboard so get your cutting and measuring ready!
Make It Huge!! (<–click on source)
This is huge!!!! This is 1.8m high and 1.4m wide and can fit 510 nail polishes – so if you have that many this is perfect for you 🙂
On a final note….this is insane!!!!!!!! wow!!!:) (<–click on source)
cap’d out …em
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Tagged beauty, Cosmetics, Display case, diy, Do it yourself, girl, Ikea, nail, nail polish, OPI, polish, rack, Shopping
Level – Very Easy
Time Duration – 30 minutes
11 Gold Noodles (30mm)
1 Gold button
White Chinese knotting cord (however long you want it)
1. Thread the button and double knot it. Make sure it’s really tight and secure.
2. Start threading those noodles. Also, what I did was put a knot in between each noodle, so they stay in place. Make sure you make it tight so it isnt too visible but not too tight where the noodle will slip through. Put a good space in between each noodle.
3. Now that all your noodles are in place they should look something like that last picture (4th picture, bottom right corner, above)
Now to finish it off, just do a simple loop knot and burn off the ends to seal it. This will prevent the Chinese knotting cord from fraying.
and voila! You are done. Pair it up with a bunch of other simple bracelets and you’re set!
Hope this was a simple tutorial and remember you can always make more in different colored Chinese knotting cords and pair them altogether to make it really pretty!
cap’d out….Em 😉
Summer is around the corner but fashion has already started…like since Christmas. I love how there are so many new trends from head to toe – chiffon, bright-colored skinny jeans, prints, boyfriend tees etc.
But what about making your own fashion? Check out some pretty neat DIY fashion from your old wardrobe
(click on the links to find more on how to make them yourself)
You can make your denim work shirts stylish and sexy (Denim Therapy)
An old shirt can be transformed into a pretty sleeveless top with a cute collar (micheleng.com)
Do you have a hole in your favorite sweater? Perfect project turn it into a love patch! (pierogipicnic)
And turning any pants back pocket into lace (Heidi-and-seek)
These are a few that I’ve seen as DIYs on your something old to turn into something new.
Hope I gave you some ideas. I hope to see some of your DIY projects 🙂
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Tagged clothing, diy, diy fashion, diys, fashion, home, jean, shirts, shorts, skinny jeans, style, sweater, trend
Everyone by now must have Instagram and use it on a regular basis from snapping memories of you loved ones or a piece of gum stuck to the bottom of their shoes.
Here are some of my own favorite Instagram photos…
But what happens after you snap that picture and post it? What do you do?
Now if you’re like me where you’re a very, VERY sentimental person and want to cherish everything – here are some clever ideas that I came across and wanted to share them with you. I would love to do these as well…hopefully soon.
Here are some that I found cute and interesting. I’ve also posted their website so you can check them out and follow their step by step instructions.
Instagram Coasters (Little Miss Mama)
These are super cute! These are great presents to yourself and to others
Instagram Wall (A Beautiful Mess)
Now this is pretty neat! She shows how to line it up and make it look perfect 🙂
Instagram Photostrips (CollegePrepster on BlogHer)
I love photo booths and these are homemade. Who wouldn’t want to do these
Instagram Mini Canvases (WhimseyBox)
Canvases are always nice to have as home decor now you can personalize it and have it as your office desk decor
Instagram Magnets (SecondHand Sundays)
You can freshen up your fridge any way you please. No more dull magnets!!
If you have any cool ideas, I’d love to hear about them 🙂
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Tagged BlogHer, Country and Rustic, Decor and Design, diy, Facebook, Home and Garden, Instagram, Interior design, memories, photo, pictures, Shopping
I’ve been meaning to buy a mug for my husband and myself for the longest time now but haven’t quite pushed myself to buy one.
Don’t get me wrong, I’ve seen many mugs that are beautiful and have their own personalities to it but the price is also “nice.” So, to buy one mug it’ll cost me $14.99 plus tax and to get two is double that. Now, I don’t know about you, but I sure don’t have that kind of money to throw away for mugs.
Therefore, I looked up some DIY mugs and there are a lot!!! I personally love the chalk based ones and the metallic pens.
Most of them are pretty simple supplies that you may have lying around
- mug (can be a simple white or colored one)
- Sharpies (all types of colors)
- Metallic sharpies are pretty
- Spray on Chalk (you can find these in crafts stores like Michael’s or I’m sure home Hardware stores)
- Acrylic paint
Here are some that I’ve found that I would like to try once I get these supplies myself. Let me know which one you like or share your ideas as well. I’d like to see some interesting and unique ones 🙂
(Click on each picture to be re-directed to the original posts where you are able to get the step-by-step instructions)
***(Pls. note these pictures were searched online and I do not own these pictures. This is for sharing and enjoyment purposes only)
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Tagged Acrylic paint, cups, diy, Do it yourself, Gifts, Hardware store, life, Michael, Michaels, mom, Mug, mugs, sharpie, sharpies, Shopping, Spray, your