Hello DIY‘er!! Today, a very warm day in the middle of August, let’s make a resume of the full collection of the DIY travel kit! If you haven’t gone on vacation yet or you have planned a getaway later on this year, be sure to see how cool the complete travel kit is and how you can make each of these pieces. This summer I don’t have much vacation time, but i’ll take the opportunity for a little getaway next week and I’ll have an excuse to use my complete kit. I can not wait! Happy summer DIY‘ers !!!
Hello DIY‘ers! Today I’ll show you a way to reuse textile scraps. As a designer, it’s inevitable to feel a great passion for the textile world. When I sew, sometimes I am lucky to work with true wonders of fabrics, unique and very special textiles… And sometimes I’m left with a few pieces of fabric that are too small to sew a whole piece but that I still feel bad about throw in out. So let’s do a DIY with them! DIY scrap bracelet, an easy DIY and a nice gift idea too. An we get to re-use and re-cycle. Yipeee!!
Hello DIY‘ers! Let’s continue with our Pineapple week. Today we have another very special blogger guest! It’s Veva Piñeiro from My white idea. Do you know her? There is nothing this girl can’t create! She has DIY tutorials for all tastes and flavors. I love her blog! Some of my favorite tutorials of Veva’s blog are the elephant purse and the braided top. Be sure to visit her and get inspired by her creations!
Today Veva shows us how to make this pineapple necklace that I think is so cute and easy to do for this summer… can you imagine this necklace with your favorite tunic to go the pool or the beach? I want to make mine now! See the how to here…
Hello DIY’ers ! Lately I’m becoming a big fan of XXL necklaces (yes, even more) This DIY multi chain necklace is the typical accessory that can transform a simple basic outfit in to a more interesting look.
In this DIY tutorial I will show you how you can reuse your old jewelry to create a necklace with leather, studs and gold and silver chains… With a Rock and Roll vibe, baby!
As I mentioned in the post of DIY clutch with latch, there’s nothing like a visit to the hardware store to get inspired with all the materials they have. All may have another purpose and other ways we can use them. Like these aluminum hinges. I liked their brightness and size, and why not make a nice elastic hinge bracelet? This tutorial is super easy and you won’t need to set a closure.
Hello DIY’ers! Today I will show you a DIY proposal to customize your bag. You can transform any bag with a special touch just with a visit to the hardware store. In this case, I found a latch closure that i loved, and placing it on my faux python clutch I bought on my trip to Thailand, makes it a unique and different piece. Join in and go to your nearest hardware store… I’m sure you will find a piece that will delight you too.
Thinking about what to wear on Valentine’s day? How can you complement that special dress you bought on sale you’re dying to wear for the first time?… I’ll show you a simple DIY for FREE you can make in less than 5 minutes and it will give you a special touch to any hairstyle you wear on the amour day! Whether you wear your hair loose, straight or curly, or you wear a bun or a ponytail… You can complement it with these Chain Hair pins that give a different but subtle touch to your outfit. Ah! And don’t forget to wear a passion red lipstick to complete your look! 😉
Let’s be honest, this season we have to make practical things that keeps us warm, because this cold is just unforgiving… This time I will show you how you can make a Fur tube scarf (fake fur obviously) that will go well with any of your coats and it will keep warm this winter… Get inspired with this tutorial and make your own DIY Fur tube scarf with this easy tut.
Hello DIY‘er!!! Such a joy to begin this new year with so many goals, dreams and wishes! I hope you have a lot as well. Always being positive, working hard and being constant in all we do, will insure this year to be even better than last year! And since we are starting this year, let’s also start with the first tutorial of 2014! Easy and quick to do, but with a very cool final look!
My grandfather always used to tell me that diseases enter through the head, and he always said we should wear a hat or cap during the cold seasons… So to remember my grandfather I made this DIY dedicated to him. Get inspired too, and customize your winter hat!
To start this week so close to Christmas eve, I bring you a very easy DIY you can make and also use for the holidays… How you can make a belt with a necklace application. The result is very cute, and it can brighten up any simple look you wear. Dare to shine!