Sunday, 6 March 2016

DIY Tshirt Makeover

For this I created my own stencils using the following images, that you can download them for free:

Click HERE to download the cactus pattern

Click HERE to download the reindeer pattern

Click HERE to download the bare tree pattern

I printed them in A4 format, on glossy photo paper

I also used bleach and fabric paint:

.Here is a suggestion:

Watch video tutorial here:

Tuesday, 22 December 2015

DIY Mini House Lanterns| New Years Eve Message Display

Air Drying Clay
Strong Glue ( I used UHU)
Colorful Paper
Paper Glue

Download for free the template for the little houses:

  Download HERE

IMPORTANT NOTE: if you want the scaling to be precise, print this on a A5 size paper (148 × 210 millimeters or 5.83 ×8.27 inches.) or on a A4 size paper split in two like I did in the video.

All the instruction are in the video bellow:

Sunday, 1 November 2015

How to Make a Printed Scarf from Scratch- DIY- November Fashion

November is here! yay! it's that time when the leaves form a beautiful and colorful carpet,making your walks through the park seem like a fairy tail. Also it's a good boost for inspiration, to keep those DIY coming. So here's an idea : a printed scarf. It's perfect to keep you protected in those chilly mornings  and also it's a great way to spice up your outfit.

 -fabric paint

 -a big sheet of fabric (I bough a bed sheet from the thrift store)
-some printed designs. If you want to use mine you can download them for free:

Click HERE to download

Print this on 4x6 inch photo paper

Click HERE to download

Print this on 4x6 inch photo paper

-If you don't have a sewing machine to make the hems you can use some fabric glue :

-you will also need an x-acto knife or a sharp nail scissors

And here is the video with all the instructions. I hope you like it and find it helpful :

Sunday, 25 October 2015

5 gift Ideas for Thanksgiving - DIY- Easy and Cute

Hey everyone! Thanksgiving is coming soon and I don't know about you, but every time I have to visit family or friends for the holidays I don't know what gift to bring. So here are 5 ideas to help you with that. If you don't celebrate Thanksgiving that's ok because these gifts can be used as they are or as inspiration for other events like Christmas or birthdays or even as favors for a fall wedding.
I hope you enjoy it and find it useful.

In this tutorial I'm using for labels a pumpkin image that I designed myself:

 Click HERE to download it

 Also HERE there is a 4x6 inch paper size with 4 pumpkins ready to print. (like the one I used in my video bellow)

Materials used that you might need to know where to find:

-pattern scissors

-leaf puncher

-sandalwood fan
-air drying clay
-pumpkin spice

So here is the DIY video for 5 (+ 1 extra bonus) ideas for thanksgiving gifts:

Sunday, 4 October 2015

DIY Halloween Lanterns-Scarry Monsters Decorative Jars

Halloween is approaching  fast so I thought of showing you guys an easy and cheap way to create scary unique lanterns,  that you can use to decorate your living room or your house entrance to scare off the unwanted visitors.Muhaha!

For this you will need just some jars, a glue gun and some acrylic paint. Don't use spray paint because it's toxic and flammable!

The secret ingredient for this is the scary face pattern that I've created for you specially so you can download for free and use in your projects.

To download this click HERE

But of course that you can draw your own scary faces, and you will be saving some time and paper.

Print this in a size that once you cut out a face, it will fit your jar. If you are using 500 ml jars I recommend printing this on A4 paper. I've used some small kitchen jars from the dollar store so I printed this 4x6 inches on A4 sliced in 2.

Here is the video that shows you all the steps:

Sunday, 20 September 2015

Bee Hive Vase- DIY- Recycling Project

I just love this new home decor trend, that suggest luxury - through  its colors(mostly gold ) , but also simplicity- through geometry. Because most of the items out there are pretty expensive I challenged myself to create something similar using cheap materials , or why not, through recycling .So here is my idea: a bee hive vase made out of a plastic bottle!

1.Plastic bottle (try to find one with a smooth surface)
2. Bee hive pattern- >

 you can download it for free HERE

3. Glue gun - (for this project I consumed 3 glue sticks)
4. Golden spray paint - if this seems too much to buy -don't worry- you will definitely use it on future project (I already used it 5 times ! and I have enough left)

 5.Scissors and sticky tape

To see how it's done check out video bellow:

Sunday, 13 September 2015

Retro No Numbers Clock

I always found no numbers clock very cool. We should stop being so addicted to time, and stop checking it so often. (Well expect when you have an important meeting to attend to ).
I also  love retro/ vintage clock designs. You can still find them at vintage shops if you're lucky, and sometimes they can get expensive. Here is a fun way to create your own, using a Pringels can! (next time you enjoy a can of chips , don't throw that away )