watercolor napkin tutorial
DIY room to room: watercolor
It may seem ironic but, like every art form, calligraphy involves an element of science. For the dedicated calligraphic neophyte, it's essential to know the terminology that's involved. This diagram is an extremely useful guide, learn these and you'll sound like a seasoned professional.
The Anatomy of Calligraphy.
Cleaned out EOS containers perfect for traveling with jewelry
DIY Easter Eggs - dyeing tips to create the hottest Spring shades!
connecting photo frames. smart & inexpensive
50 Favorite Free Vintage Flower Images - The Graphics Fairy
This rich, nourishing lip balm uses four natural ingredients and takes just minutes to make. Add essential oils and create your own flavors!
How to Learn Calligraphy
How to Learn Calligraphy – Getting Started Learn calligraphy in 5 easy steps! Follow along with free printable practice sheets, techniques, & tips & address your own invitations with confidence & ease.
DIY headbands. This one actually has directions! :) cute for summer
Step 1: You will need some bleach, a pencil with eraser, a pencil sharpener, toothpicks, and some fabric or linens. We happened to have some great navy napkins from our last shoot handy but any fabric or dark colored linen will do.Step 2: Add the bleach to a small jar.Step 3: Use the pencil sharpener to make the tip of the pencil eraser smaller. Step 4: Dip the eraser into the bleach.Step 5
Free, printable, Insanely gorgeous vintage and apothecary-style labels via Amy Moss of Eat Drink Chic
Easy "fake" calligraphy tutorial! Can you color? You can do this!
DIY Flavored Extracts - - - Easy – buy some bottles, a handle of vodka, a few vanilla beans, some citrus fruits, and some mint. Cut open your beans, zest your citrus, and peel the leaves off your mint. Shove everything into separate bottles, add vodka, and…wait. After a few weeks, you have extract! - - - http://www.justputzing.com/2013/12/diy-flavored-extracts.html
DIY Flavored Extracts | Just Putzing Around the Kitchen
"pick up an old coffee table and paint with chalkboard paint. --great idea for a playroom!"
Turn a dresser or armoire into a gigantic doll house