We are well into January but I wanted to show off the Harry Styles Christmas ornaments I made this past holiday season.Continue reading “Have Yourself a Harry Little Christmas”
Here’s a little art I made a few months ago.Continue reading “The Devil”
I can’t believe it’s already the end of 2019! To celebrate, here’s a recap of my favorite things that I did every month this year.Continue reading “2019 Year in Review”
I started dabbling in resin casting a few weeks ago and the results have been amazing!Continue reading “Resin Pot Leaf Keychains”
I found a sad pink cat at the thrift store a few months ago. Carved wooden animals like this one are an export of Indonesia, often sold as souvenirs or in import stores. This cat was around $2 because it was missing the wings. I saw it on the shelf and immediately had the idea to rescue her and make her some felt wings.Continue reading “Sad Pink Cat to Rad Pink TIGER”
Like the bad witch that I am, I was out of town for Ostara this year. Although I did celebrate in my own way while on vacation, I didn’t do much at home. This year I’m using Easter to honor the holiday instead.
Here’s how I decorated, incorporating my love for all things witchy and kitschy.Continue reading “When Easter & Ostara Collide!”
Hot glue is my third favorite crafting supply, behind glitter and plastic animals. I use it for all kinds of crafts: wreath making, collage, flower crowns, even finishing off the back on some embroideries. Lately I’ve been using it to make little statues like this one.Continue reading “No More Hot Glue Burns!”
I like to refresh my mantle every few months to keep it interesting. I just can’t stand to look at the same things all the time. I rotate my art as well as the tchotchkes. I started taking down my Kewpie mantle from Christmas in early January, and this Valentine’s Day decor evolved from it.
An eclectic theme of vintage toys, minerals, and plants emerged while I was arranging it. These are all things that I collect so this came together pretty naturally on its own.
Here’s how I pulled it together:Continue reading “My Vintage Valentine’s Day Mantle”