• Vintage books (you can find these super cheap at thrift stores or your local library) • Succulents and succulent planting soil • Moss (purchased at Michael’s) • Exacto knife • Mod podge • Fabric flowers (easy DIY to make these found here) • Cling wrap
I also saw someone spend $$$ yesterday on a concrete block that had these succulents and chicken/hens in it. Let me tell you one thing about succulents - they grow and they grow BIG. I have two and they now have to go outside. Also, they can bloom flowers…very pretty.
DIY Casting. I’m posting this not because I want to cast a child’s hand or foot (although the idea is lovely), but because of the very basic information on casting in general that I can use and links to products. Tutorial from Crafty Moods here. *I would cast some old antique keys I have, fingers for Halloween next year, plastic toys that may look cool, etc…
DIY Harry Potter Tee Shirt Tutorial from Sew a Straight Line. I like to use cheap run-of-the-mill (like Avery). You can get the paper for either light or dark tees. I’ve posted in the past that these transfers hold up really well in the normal washing machine. TIP: As with all printed grahic tees, make sure to turn them inside out for the dryer.
check out the link to this craft-it is like a 3d - hologram photo project that is very cool. like those cards that change from one look to another by moving them back and forth. If I am confusing you…SORRY…please see what I mean by checking out A Beautiful Mess Blog
This easy to make Olive Oil and Dead Sea Salt Scrub uses ingredients that you may already have in your kitchen! Great for the legs and body, this recipe uses the Neroli and Shea Blossom Fragrance Oil, which is a great scent for summer.
ONE: In a large bowl, mix together the olive oil and fine grained dead seal salt until combined. TWO: Add Neroli & Shea Blossom Fragrance Oil, and stir to thoroughly combine. THREE: Transfer scrub into bail jars, and seal jars to close. *Note: When using scrub take caution, the oil can make the bottom of your shower a little slippery!