Welcome back to the paper bakery. That’s what I’ve got going on here these days. Â Yummy treats, completely constructed from your beloved cardstock. Today we’re crafting up a batch of Hostess cupcakes just like the ones on the grocery store shelves, and just like the real deal I’m pretty sure these will last forever & ever
Make the season merrier by crafting a handful of our best homemade Christmas gifts. From baked goods to glittered ornaments to cozy coffee sleeves, each Christmas gift idea features holiday and winter themes your friends and family are sure to love!
As our iPhone libraries begin to overflow, we’re always on the search for practical, tangible uses for our Instagram snaps. Spruce up your place or dish these D.I.Y. coasters out to your friends to remind you all of your latest outdoor adventure/ music festival outing/ seafaring weekend. Or the newest FOAM cover of course.
What You’ll Need: -4-inch round, flat cork pieces -Modge Podge glue -Card stock paper -Instagram print-outs -Foam or felt mounting dots
How To Make Them: 1. Using the cork piece, trace a circle onto the card stock and the picture print to make sure the size of the materials match.
2. Spread a thin layer of the Modge Podge onto the cork, then place the card stock on top.
3. Do the same with your Instagram shot, and seal with another thin layer of the glue.
“today we have natalie in the house! i have been complaining that there are rarely any camera straps I love to look at. and the ones i DO love, are quite a lot of money (remember those beautiful woven ones from the 70′s, where did they all go?) so today, we are making a DIY camera strap that sort of blew my mind! natalie totally needs to make an etsy shop full of these, right?”
It’s widely accepted that terrariums are awesome, which means they also make awesome gifts. It’s hard to wrap a terrarium though, so a DIY kit is the perfect solution. It would be easy to whip up a whole bunch of these kits if you need a lot of inexpensive, creative gifts. Or wouldn’t they make [&]
This is a creative way to use the extra mason jars that you have lying around the house. All you need are some fake berries and candles to create this beautiful candle holder - the perfect trick to create a Christmas ambiance.
Amazing how a simple detail such as glitter has the ability to transform an ordinary object into something that enhances the holiday spirit. If you have old jars and vases around the house, this might be a good use for them.
Put those old cardboard boxes you have lying around to good use. Just get a nice tree template and let your creativity flow.