When I saw this fringed western shirt on ASOS last spring, I knew it had to be mine.
It was a garment I didn’t know I needed until I saw it.It just spoke to me; does that make sense? I definitely didn’t know I was in the market for a western shirt at the time, but it has been an interesting addition to my wardrobe. I wrote about it in this post about my favorite things I wore last year.
These super cute DIY unicorn ring dishes couldn’t be any easier to make, and the supplies are ridiculously cheap. Create a herd of unicorn ring dishes using a Valentine kit and tiny dishes, both found in Bullseye’s Playground (formerly the Dollar Spot) at Target.
These darling little heart shaped ceramic trinket dishes are only $1 each. The unicorn Valentine kit is $3, and you get 24 figures for $3. I had all of the other supplies in my craft stash, so each dish only cost me $1.13 to make!
Imbolc is on February 1st, which is just two weeks away. This pagan holiday celebrates the returning of the sun. This is a time to think about reconnecting with nature and prepare yourself for the coming spring.
Here are six easy ways you can celebrate Imbolc at home:
In this pretty easy DIY I will combine my loves of crafting and toy collecting to show you how to make angel wings for a doll. Here I’ve used a 12″ tall Kewpie doll, but you can use this to make wings for any kind of doll. I incorporated my winged Kewpie doll into my Christmas decorations, and for Valentine’s Day, he’ll play Cupid on my mantle.
On a rare foggy & 50 degree January day, I went to Longwood Gardens. I have a membership to the gardens so I like to go as often as possible. When I arrived, I was disappointed to see that the Conservatory was closed. This ended up challenging me to visit more of the gardens, and I saw a few things that I had never seen before!
Sorry for invalidating your experiences, Kermit, but I’ve been trying to work more color into my wardrobe. I don’t own many green garments but it’s my favorite color, so I took a chance on this dress from Eloquii.
I am so pleased to announce that I was nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award! Thank you so much to Sophie Marshall for nominating me. Sophie is one of my favorite bloggers because she posts seriously cute, seriously simple DIY projects. I’ve been inspired by her a few times since I’ve started reading her blog! I’m honored that she would think of me.
Last spring I started sewing again after years away from the machine. Once I completed a few small projects and made a few stuffed animals, my friend asked me if I could make him some Hello Katya dolls.
I’ll admit it: I’m a t-shirt fiend. I love t-shirts and wear them as much as possible. They’re so versatile! I’m drawn to graphic tees that are kind of spooky and esoteric, so when I saw this cool death’s head moth tee, I knew it would fit into my wardrobe just fine.