wattlebirdblog:

Plush Fox Doll DIY via A Beautiful Mess

storagegeek:

Reverse Canvas Wall Pockets | Just Something I Made
How absolutely darling are these? Dress them up or down as much as you like. So useful! And practical too especially i you have some old canvases laying around that you don’t want to (re)paint! I am going to make up a few of these and use them at the front door for mail and key organization!

storagegeek:

Reverse Canvas Wall Pockets | Just Something I Made

How absolutely darling are these? Dress them up or down as much as you like. So useful! And practical too especially i you have some old canvases laying around that you don’t want to (re)paint! I am going to make up a few of these and use them at the front door for mail and key organization!

Something to try out this week!

smallrooms:

DIY: Paper Cube String Lights

  1. First get a string of 20 lights (use LED lights if you are worried about this being a fire hazard) and 20 square pieces of paper ( 8.5″ x 8.5″).
  2. fold 20 cubes like this.
  3. Then poke each light into a paper cube.

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storagegeek:

Scrabble Tile Coasters | Incredible Things
I love these. A lot. No one would have to yell at me to use a coaster.

storagegeek:

Scrabble Tile Coasters | Incredible Things

I love these. A lot. No one would have to yell at me to use a coaster.

If you like her skirt, and are a budding seamstress, you can find a similar pattern via Colette Patterns (side pockets instead of patch pockets). Here’s a sneak peak:

I absolutely love Colette Patterns because their designs combine vintage details with modern day comfort. Their instructions are a breeze to follow and leave you worry free about those pesky finishing details (yes, they are that good!). Colette Patterns also has a new book coming out in late November, featuring 5 new patterns. I have ordered mine, have you?

munificent:

(via Stockholm Street Style)

If you like her skirt, and are a budding seamstress, you can find a similar pattern via Colette Patterns (side pockets instead of patch pockets). Here’s a sneak peak:

beignet

I absolutely love Colette Patterns because their designs combine vintage details with modern day comfort. Their instructions are a breeze to follow and leave you worry free about those pesky finishing details (yes, they are that good!). Colette Patterns also has a new book coming out in late November, featuring 5 new patterns. I have ordered mine, have you?

munificent:

(via Stockholm Street Style)

I will pretend that this is mini Totoro.
via PurlSoho

I will pretend that this is mini Totoro.

via PurlSoho

Learn to make your own friendship bracelet! Admittedly, I was not very crafty as a child. I often envied other girls who handmade their own and stacked them on. The tutorial from Purl Soho is clearly photographed and detailed. It’s not too late to add a splash of color to your end-of-the-summer wardrobe. 
via Purl Soho

Learn to make your own friendship bracelet! Admittedly, I was not very crafty as a child. I often envied other girls who handmade their own and stacked them on. The tutorial from Purl Soho is clearly photographed and detailed. It’s not too late to add a splash of color to your end-of-the-summer wardrobe. 

via Purl Soho

via Purl Soho

via Purl Soho