With the weather allowing more dinners al fresco, I have found the need for candlelight as the sun goes down and the meal time lingers. These candle holders I’ve created are simple and offer a world of possibilities! Follow along for the instructions!:
As the summer weather rolls in, I’ve been wearing plenty of dresses. And with those dresses, I’ve discovered the need for some accessorizing, so for this weeks MakeKind post, I’m showing you how to make a super versatile belt for summer and beyond! Here’s how!:
Need a little summer in your step? This week in MakeKind, I’m colorizing a few pairs of plain white sneakers perfect for those warm weather strolls. I’m using my favorite dying technique and testing out a new red dye. It smells like strawberries and colors perfectly!
Summertime is upon us which, for some, means vacation time! For this week’s MakeKind post, I’m going to show you a creative way to keepsake some memories from a special trip…
Hello summer! Inspired by the kick-off of warm weather season, I’m stencil printing party invitations for that poolside gathering we all hope to attend. The invitations are bright and easy to make using alphabet stencils; simply download template art for the front side and stencil fun phrases on the flip side!…
This week I’m sharing a simple, yet somewhat time intensive project. It’s a catch-all of sorts made from sheets of cardboard. I did this project in steps so it didn’t seem so daunting – it’s worth it because the end product is custom and so, so useful. Here’s how to make your own!:
This week on MakeKind, it’s all about making napkin rings from supplies you’d find in the plumbing section of the hardware store. Who would have thought?: MATERIALS // pvc coupling (found at your local hardware store), embroidery thread, tacky glue, scissors STEPS // 01 CUT THREAD Choose a color of thread to start with
Happy Wednesday all! Do you remember your favorite childhood art project? Straw blown trees were a grade school activity I loved. I recently used this not-too-technical approach to create a nature inspired print for my kitchen. It’s easy, fun and perfect to do with minikinds. Here’s how: MATERIALS // plastic straw (trimmed to 4″), watercolor paint and brush, paper