Berets are popping up absolutely everywhere recently. And with so many affordable options out there now, it’s the perfect backdrop for a DIY project. So, today I’m sharing this embroidered DIY ‘hello’ beret to kick off the week. Click through to see how it was made and create your own.
I’ve been in Orlando pretty much all week for work. And later today, Jeff and are headed to Jacksonville to visit family before heading back to ATL. What are you up to this weekend? Anything fun?
As usual, I’ve rounded up my favorite weekend projects to try, in case you have some extra time on your hands. And all I have to say about this round of DIYs, is that wall weaving! All the heart eyes over here for that one! Click through for all 6 DIYs to try this weekend.
I’ve been slightly obsessed with tile trends lately – bright colors, ambitious designs, and (most importantly) alternative uses for a material typically reserved for backsplash. Sure, standard subway tile applications are great, but I just can’t help but think there is more to this building supply than functional tiling found in bathrooms and kitchens.
To prove my theory, I rounded up 7 out-of-the-box (and out-of-the-bathroom) uses for tile that you may not have thought could work. With so many unique tile sources popping up all over the internet, I’m hoping it’ll keep trending! Here we go!
I’ve had this simple runner sitting at the studio for months, that was begging to be DIY-ed. I like the simplicity of the rug on it’s own and all, but the do-it-yourselfer in me couldn’t resist adding a simple design to make it more eye-catching. There’s no denying that I love a good rug DIY around here (this one too)!
The technique is super easy, making it a good candidate for beginners and anyone who wants something to keep the hands busy while catching up on Netflix, etc. Here’s how to create a custom design on any rug with just a few supplies.
Today we’re prepping and shooting for Easter and there are a whole bunch of projects involved. Which is kind of perfect, since it’s Friday and DIYs are on my mind anyway! What are you up to this weekend? Any fun plans?
If you want to make something with your hands, I have some weekend DIYs to try for you. I’m thinking about trying #1 out today actually because I need some candlesticks for something. Not to mention those paper flowers from #2 – so good!
When it comes to women in the art world, there is aveo much talent out there it hurts. And with today being International Women’s Day, I’m celebrating with a list of 17 amazingly talented female artists, that I’ve had my eye on lately.
The former artist/art teacher in me swoons over the work that so many of these female artists are producing right now. And the future art collector in me hopes to own pieces from all of them someday. So, in no particular order, here are 17 incredible female artists, from around the globe, you should be following…
Before I say anything else…yes, I realize that we are well into the year already and I’m just now kicking off a new year long series. BUT I needed some extra time on this one because it’s not exactly a small undertaking.
So here’s the deal. Remember last year’s 12 trips in 12 months series? I pledged to take a trip at least once a month for the entire year and documented (most of) the process. And while it seemed like a slightly far-fetched goal at the time, I DID IT! In fact, I far exceeded my goal – traveling to more than 20 cities last year. And I racked up a whole lot of flight points to prove it. I really enjoyed the structure of doing something for an entire year – it helped motivate me during the months that I wasn’t feeling it and reminded me that I asked for this, so I better get off my butt and do it.
So when I started thinking about what I might want to do this year, I knew I wanted to try something different.