Bottle Cap Table top – DIY Tutorial

Bottle Cap Table top – DIY Tutorial

I have been working on a lot of different table tops using resin/epoxy.  I have completed 2 can tops (where I cut open all of the cans, opened them up and laid them all down on the table then made a resin top), a wine cork table and now was ready to start my bottle cap table. […] more…
Wedding – I DO & Wedding Date – Forks

Wedding – I DO & Wedding Date – Forks

So my man and I were in the grocery store waiting on Crab Legs to be steamed and I came across some BRIDE magazines.  Since we are planning our wedding I thought maybe I could get some cute ideas. Sure enough, we did!! We saw these forks that said “I DO” on one and something […] more…
DIY Christmas Tree Necklace and 3D ATC

DIY Christmas Tree Necklace and 3D ATC

I am heading to an Artist Trading Card swap out but unfortunately I do not draw But a few of my friends are participating and I really wanted to go and get some cool cards! So, the host of this event knows I love making jewelry and suggested making a Jewelry Artist Trading Card (ATC). […] more…
Christmas Tree Earrings Tutorial

Christmas Tree Earrings Tutorial

I love making Holiday earrings and saw some Christmas tree earrings and I thought, I could easily make those!! With the right tools they were definitely easy to make! I think a beginner could easily make these This is a quick easy tutorial for DIY Christmas Wire Earrings! Materials: 20 Gauge Green Wire (12-16″) 20 […] more…
Recycled Grocery Bags from Animal Feed Bags

Recycled Grocery Bags from Animal Feed Bags

Tutorial for grocery bag from empty dog/bird food bags more…
Silver swirl ring DIY tutorial

Silver swirl ring DIY tutorial

Materials: Beadalon Non-tarnish Silver Plated wire in the following shapes and sizes: 20 gauge fancy round 20 gauge 1/2 round or round (I think round might look better but I only had 1/2 round) 22 gauge square Wire cutters Round nose pliers Flat nose pliers (you may like to use other types, but those are […] more…
DIY Large 4′ Bean Bag Chair Slip Cover Tutorial

DIY Large 4′ Bean Bag Chair Slip Cover Tutorial

This is a great pattern to make your own giant bean bag chair if you sew it up by hand or use a zipper, Velcro or buttons. Other good material choice that are cheap would be to use two old sheets. They wouldn’t even have to be the same. I used part of one since […] more…
Spider Web Arm Sleeves / Warmers

Spider Web Arm Sleeves / Warmers

Materials: Black puff pain – I used Tulip’s dimensional Fabric Paint Tulle Wax Paper Sewing Machine – can be stitched by hand Elastic or hair tie for top if desired Steps: 1. Measure the length of your arm from the middle of your fingers to how high up you want the sleeve. 2. Measure the […] more…
Spider Web Costume

Spider Web Costume

Materials: Black Fabric – size is up to you! I used three old black curtain panels I had from a previous house I made Scissors  (I used a cutting board and roller cutter) Chalk You may need a sewing machine or needle and thread if you are sewing pieces of material together. I got this […] more…
DIY Spider & Spiderweb Earrings Tutorial

DIY Spider & Spiderweb Earrings Tutorial

*Information on making a matching necklace below* *Full Spiderweb costume here* Materials: Black Tulle Puff Paint (I used Tulip Slick Dimensional Fabric Paint) Glitter – optional Wax or freezer paper Tape (I used masking tape) Scissors Sharpie (or any marker that works) A pair or Earring hooks Steps: 1. Tear a piece of wax paper […] more…
Turn your Seashell Beach Findings into Jewelry – tutorial for beginners

Turn your Seashell Beach Findings into Jewelry – tutorial for beginners

Supplies: Some type of pliers. You will see what I used from the photo, but for the basic stuff you really can you a variety of types. Pliers to cut the wire (this is small wire so for beginners you may be able to find stuff around the house cheap, use coupons, or even harbor […] more…
Basic Earring Tutorial for beginners

Basic Earring Tutorial for beginners

Supplies: Some type of pliers. You will see what I used from the photo, but for the basic stuff you really can you a variety of types. Pliers to cut the wire (this is small wire so for beginners you may be able to find stuff around the house cheap, use coupons, or even harbor […] more…
Peanut butter, chocolate Apple camping treat

Peanut butter, chocolate Apple camping treat

So when I was in Girl Scouts as a kid we would make these apple treats that lasted days as they didn’t have to be refridgerated. As I was hiking over the weekend (and getting engaged!!!!) I remembered these some and made some for our hike. They preserved greatly, were easy to carry, light weight […] more…
WAKA Kickball T-shirt Modification – Off Shoulder

WAKA Kickball T-shirt Modification – Off Shoulder

Here is another WAKA t-shirt modification I did when I started Kickball. This one includes a little sewing , but perfection is never my style so you don’t have to be super skilled. Step 1: Cut off one should by starting right outside of the neckline heam and a side ‘swoop’ to right under the […] more…
Simple DIY Fringe WAKA kickball t-shirt modification.

Simple DIY Fringe WAKA kickball t-shirt modification.

This shirt modification takes about 10 minutes, is no sew and looks “fringy” after a wash giving it a cool hippie look. I love modifying my Kickball shirts as they are very bland! This on was great because it didn’t alter any of the text.   Step 1: Cut off the neckline with a V […] more…
Makers Women of Jax – T-Shirt Weave 9.9.14

Makers Women of Jax – T-Shirt Weave 9.9.14

The main picture is with the first strap of the weave not weaved in. The bottom of this posts shows this cut off and the shoulder straps scrunched together. The second Tuesday of every month a group of Jax Women have been getting together to Make Stuff. We started last month as a basic meet-up to […] more…
DIY Wide Bathroom Shelves and Towel Holder

DIY Wide Bathroom Shelves and Towel Holder

So I was looking for something cheap for shelves above my toilet, but I also wanted them wider than normal shelves come.  I never seem to be able to get my towels rolled up so short and not look bulky. So I got on my favorite Pinterest but still didn’t have too much luck.  I […] more…
DIY Owl Pillow

DIY Owl Pillow

My niece has been visiting me for the last few weeks and is obsessed with owls. We went to a bridal shower and the lady had this cute tiny owl pillow so we decided to make one at home with our touch. She made most of this (I had to help with the zig-zag stitching […] more…
DIY Metal Looking Wooden Letters

DIY Metal Looking Wooden Letters

I am SUPER excited to be getting self-serving wine machines for my bar!! YAY!! So I have been working on the design around the wine machines. For the very top of the Wine are I want the word “VINO” (Spanish for wine) on the wall since the ceilings are 15′ High. I wanted that clean […] more…
Redesigned Potholder to Easy Grip Pot Holder

Redesigned Potholder to Easy Grip Pot Holder

Making a custom potholder Step 1 start with an existing potholder. I purchased my for $1 from the dollar store. Step 2 draw pattern on potholder Step 3 stitch around your tracing before trimming Step 4 cut close to stitch line. Step 5 use scrap material and fold (this eliminates the need for a hem. […] more…
DIY Extra Long Shower Curtain

DIY Extra Long Shower Curtain

When my man I and bought our new cute craftsman style house our bathroom had 10′ ceilings. I really wanted to accent this high ceiling but couldn’t find any shower curtains even close in the length I wanted. After a lot of thinking on maybe doing a curtain design, or trying to find material wide […] more…
Shelf Storage

Shelf Storage

This shelf storage idea is great for a $ savor!! They are extremelly cheap to make (less than $1 per box if you or someone you know drinks 12 packs of soda) and have a long depth to fill the shelf depth. Materials: 12 Pack Soda Boxes Adhesive shelf Lining Duct tape or something for […] more…
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