k-lah:

Dotty Drinkware | Better Homes & Gardens

Temperature’s are going up. Might as well drink your lemonade and iced tea from something cute and DIY!

Purchase a set of glass pitchers and glasses, or use some you already own. And add your own style! Use adhesive circle stickers to create your design along the bottom of the glassware. Arrange them in a straight like or in any design you wish. You can use different shapes and sizes, and can even use a cut-out to create cute designs onto your stickers before applying them to the glass.

Using a foam pouncer, apply your paint over the stickers, moving lightly up the glass to create a faux frosted look. Be sure to keep the paint away from the top of the glass where your mouth goes. While the paint is still wet, carefully peel off the stickers so you can scratch off any paint that seeped through. 

(via thecakebar)

do-it-yourself-creations:

Just the use of some hot glue and paint, a simple jar can be transformed!

do-it-yourself-creations:

Just the use of some hot glue and paint, a simple jar can be transformed!

peekashoe:

{Think out of the Shoe Box - Shoes DIY}

How amazing are these shoes??? Art teacher Cassie Stephens painted a pair of thrifted shoes with acryllic paint and Modge Podge. These look nearly identical to the original Jeffrey Campbell Pencil Me in Flat flats! I do wish she had left step by step instructions.

She sewed the skirt herself too. Too cute too cute!

(Source: sourceluck)

craftandcreate:

DIY Fingerpaints!

craftandcreate:

DIY Fingerpaints!

rainbowsandunicornscrafts:

DIY Shaving Cream Bath Paint. From Quirky Momma. Idea from a book called Prime Time Together with Kids, although moms have been using this idea for years and years. *Blogger swears the food coloring won’t stain grout or skin… but she says you can try tempera paints.  

rainbowsandunicornscrafts:

DIY Shaving Cream Bath Paint. From Quirky Momma. Idea from a book called Prime Time Together with Kids, although moms have been using this idea for years and years. *Blogger swears the food coloring won’t stain grout or skin… but she says you can try tempera paints.  

(via rainbowsandunicornscrafts)

createcult:

Paint Dipped Cooking Utensils
Diy can be found here :)

createcult:

Paint Dipped Cooking Utensils

Diy can be found here :)

DIY: Silhouette Wall Art

sunset-vine:

Find out more about this amazing DIY from LOWE’S Creative Ideas here!

xoxo,

Sunset & Vine