DIY Sipper Card Pouch
I’ve been working on these
for about a day, and I’m getting so excited! Perfect for lounging around or stretching if you’re a dancer.
In order to do this pattern, you literally need to know how to knit a square. So basically everyone can make this. No double pointed needles, no circular, no weird skip three knit together yarn over hand jive stuff!
Relatively straightforward concept, but I really like the fact she made it wearable for work. Working in an office I find myself running out of bottoms to wear! Cute blouses and button downs are easy to find but whipping up a reasonable length, not too tight skirt is a great tool.
diy wrap dress!
wraps like a sari :D
click the image for the how-to!
Perfect for a last minute summer wedding
In this tutorial, they assume you’re using a clear bulb. If you’re using one that is opaque white, here’s a helpful tip to get the paint off.
Once you’ve poked through the top, dump some salt INTO the bulb, cover up the top with your finger, and swirl the salt around. This should scrape off the white and leave you with a clear bulb! Just dump out the salt and paint dust once that’s done.
I’ve used this technique for something else that I used a bulb for and it really does work.
Tutorial on making gift bags from newspaper. Could do this with other paper too!
Gift bags are such an annoying thing to spend on! Like… I already bought the gift why do I need to throw down for a decent looking bag that doesn’t say “BDAY PRINCESS ANGEL LOVER SWEET 16” on it.
Do it with binder paper and you can even write your message directly on the bag!
And who doesn’t have loads of leftover yarn for the straps?