I have expanded my resin casting from craft-sy to artsy. And naturally, I started with dicks.Continue reading “Cupid’s Doing What Now?”
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!”
Witchcraft supplies don’t have to be expensive. Many of the witchy tools that I use most often are from the thrift store.Continue reading “Witchy Thrifting”
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”
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!
Here’s what you’ll need:Continue reading “DIY Unicorn Ring Dish”
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.Continue reading “Sunshine Blogger Award”
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.
Here’s how I did it:Continue reading “DIY Hello Katya Doll with Gingermelon Doll Pattern”
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.Continue reading “Independent Designer Spotlight: Bright Comets Apparel”