The wonderful Aimee Strickland, from Made in The Fold, sent us this very easy DIY stamp tutorial. Aimee does handlettering for brides and we absolutely love her work. Do go and have a look at he blog and online shop if you are are passionate stationery or paper goods.
One of our regular DIY contributors is taking a little break today. But luckily Joanne Reidy from Pretty Pretty came to the rescue. We found this super cute Glittered Brogues DIY on her website and thought we would share it with you. These are so glamorous and pretty they can even work with a wedding dress!
I’ve got this BEAUTIFUL DIY for all the pretty blog readers today ! & It is so fast & easy to make yourself ! …I hope that this post will inspire you to make some for yourself… your bridesmaids or as gifts… if you’re a bride getting married in the field… make one for yourself! You can use them as belts or headbands…
For the DIY today, we decided to make something that is quite easy and fun to create, a handmade mobile. We wanted to get into the autumn feel of things and decided to hang these cute squirrel-acorn-leave designs from our mobile.
I’m not exactly sure when my love for herbs started, but I’m pretty sure my mom played a big part. She has this amazing huge garden filled with basically every herb you can think of. I love walking around in it, touching and smelling different plants, and listening to her explaining what I can do with them.
In my home everything is ALWAYS last minute. Al.ways. For me time seems to be flying by at mega speed and you know what, before I knew it, Easter weekend was here and I still haven’t bought any Easter eggs. Sad face. So if you are a super procrastinator like me and you are having guests over, this quick-and-easy-no-need-for-printing-or-any-special-tools Easter DIY is just for you. ;)
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