Well, today I'm going to show my dear readers how to make a Hairy Yarn Hair Tie, it's so easy to make, and SUPER cute!
Let's get on to the tutorial! :]
1. Cut some hairy yarn, about a foot or a foot and a half, tie a knot on the hair tie.
2. Double knot it, continue to do this. 3. To make sure you keep getting the same amount of hairy yarn, use one of the strands to measure each of the strands out. 4. But make sure you don't use up your last strand until you cut more to make sure they are around the same length.
Hello! I am Chas from A Woman’s Haven. I am here today sharing a recent project of mine.
A friend of mine made these photo boards for a family member at Christmas time and I loved the look of them so I created a few to hang in our home. I emailed my photos to the local Staples store and had them print off 3 12x12 prints for me. Each print cost me $8 which I thought was a great price! I was also very happy with the quality of the prints.
Pine boards cut to 12x12 size
Hi! It's time for another sponsor spotlight, I am so happy to welcome Alyson @ Eisley Rae!
Hi there! I'm Alyson, from Eisley Rae. I blog about my life, family, diy projects, sewing, kids, my thoughts & feelings and so much more. A little of everything really. Our family lives in Southern California and always has, although we're trying hard to move to Wisconsin so if you know anyone who wants to hook my hubby up with a job in finance let me know. I'm a stay at home mom to 2 super sweet kids, Brookelyn (9) and Cohen (4) and a wife to Matt.
Blogging isn't my only "thing" though, I also have a little shop. Sewing a few cute things here & there, crafting, painting and combining my love of vintage with it all makes me happy. In my shop you'll find cute little coffee cuffs and mason jar wraps, sometimes with hints of vintage (in the form of fabric, embellishments or doilies), simple little paintings, a few things for the sweet girl in your life and more.
Hi There! Today I have a fun tutorial for my dear readers on how to cute up your mini chalkboard.
The supplies you need are: mini chalkboard, washi tape 4 different patterns or colors, hot glue gun, and last but not least 4 red buttons!
Step 1: Find your mini chalkboard, if used before clean with chalkboard cleaner.
Step 2: Add some washi tape to the chalk board, start with one side, but do not try to cover the rounded edges because that's where you will be putting the buttons!
Step 3: Repeat step 2 until all sides are covered.
Step 4: This is how it should look after you cover 2 sides of the mini chalkboard.