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Friday, March 21, 2014

Elsa & Anna {Frozen} Necklaces DIY

Anna and Elsa Inspired  Frozen necklaces via www.freetimefrolics.com #frozen #necklaces

Little Miss recently had a birthday.  She has been waiting for the movie to come out to have a Frozen party. So to add to the fun we have been going full frozen at our house. So with the idea from Steph over at Crafting in the Rain.  I made these fun and easy Bead Necklaces.  Inspired by Anna and Elsa in the movie. They are super easy to make and look adorable on your little miss!~
So lets get started!

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Leather Chevron/ Arrow Necklace and Earrings DIY

So lately I have been seeing leather jewelry everywhere.  One Little Mama has these amazing tear drop earrings on her site.  I was totally inspired.  I found this amazing silver leather at Joann's. ( It comes in copper and gold too!) And let it sit for a day or two.  Then I started thinking, what if I made it layered and or chevron.  So I went to work and came up with this fun, lightweight silver leather necklace.  

Monday, February 17, 2014

Fimo Clay Bead Necklace

Lately I have been working on a ton of projects. I just haven't finished one. So when A girlfriend showed me a necklace she recently bought for over $50.
The necklace is adorable.  I loved the bright colors. But the price... Not so much.  I thought is looked super simple to make so I decided to give it a try. Everyone has seen the simple bubble gum necklaces. These are just as adorable and reusable!

Friday, July 12, 2013

Nautical Bracelets + Life's a Beach Round Up

July's Blog Hop
Life's a Beach!
8 Blogs 8 Awesome "Beachy" Ideas

 I love this time of year the weather's warm and the kids are out of school and for a few months the world seems to slow down a bit...And so with that being said we figured since all of us are land locked and dreaming of being at the beach; we'd  use our crafty skillz to bring a little beach ambiance to our landlocked homes and lives. So if you too are wishing and dreaming of being at the beach, but can't join our club and enjoy our "Beachy" best!  Better yet pull up a seat, but your feet in a kiddie pool and grab an ice cold drink of your personal preference and cool off with these refreshing ideas. 

8 Blogs 8 Awesome "Beachy" ideas that will rock your world!!!

Stop by and visit all my AMAZING Bloggy friends and check out how the Beach has inspired them!! 

1. Emily of The Benson Street 
2. Adrienne of Free Time Frolics
3. Ashley of Flats to Flip Flops
4. Rebecca of The Crafted Sparrow
5. Andie of Maybe I Will
6. Melissa of Hollyhocks & Honeybees
7. Candice of She's Crafty 
8. Kaylnn of Among the Young

Friday, June 28, 2013

DIY Woven Bracelets

I was taking a leisurely walk around Joanns a few weeks ago and discovered they had this amazing braided trim on the mini bolts in the trim section.  I loved the color and searched for a few more.  They were the perfect colors for a spring bracelet.  Add a little of this and a little of that and voile you have some funky bright colored bracelets for summer! Check out how I did them.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Vintage {Button} Bracelet

Today's Post is brought to you by my Girlie Malinda.  She is a crafty Momma of 5 girls.  She loves to craft and try new things.  From the beginning we were a match. She is great to bounce ideas off of and make girlie things with. Enjoy this quick and easy tutorial.  She made this beautiful vintage button bracelet in under 30 minutes and for less than $10. 

Monday, April 16, 2012

Guest Post at My Sister's Suitcase

Hey Ladies this one is for you.  It's Girls Just Wanna have fun week over at My Sister's Suitcase.  While they are away at SNAP! some of us gals are going to play in there blog.  Head on over for some fun post from Me and a few other fun gals! They are doing a fun giveaway at the end of the week.  My Knobby Necklace will be in the Girls Just Wanna have Fun Basket of Goodies.
Head over and check it out.


Sunday, April 8, 2012

Washi Tape Bracelets

I have the cutest neighbor girls.  She is  8 years old came up with this one. I just had to share.  After making these my 4 year old was thrilled.  She has been wearing them around like a princess. They are cute easy and you are not broken hearted when they are ready to throw a way.  I was inspired by this blog post I found on pintrest: Sewing in no mans land. And wonder woman of course!

Supply List:
Empty toilet paper roll
Washi tape
Duct tape
any kind of lovelies; stickers, jewels, flowers whatever you like.
Start off with an empty toilet paper tube.  

Cut in Half and up the center. So it looks like a letter "C"

Start wrapping with Washi Tape. I did mine short end to end.  But you can do whatever.  Wrap your entire TP roll.

Next I cut a piece of duct tape the lenght of the inside of the toilet paper roll.  Stick it to the inside.  I use the duct tape to give the bracelet some stability and to hold the shape.

Cover in whatever {Lovelies} you would like.  We used jewel stickers.

This is a great rainy day or summer activity for your kiddos or to use for a Halloween costume for boys or girl super hero cuffs.  The creativity is endless.  Mix or match, make shapes and designs with your washi tape.  Just let your kiddos create!

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Knobby Necklace

A friend found this adorable knob necklace a small boutique in Utah.  It was adorable.  The price not so much.  So we went out hunting for the supplies to make one.  It is kind of one of those personal preference kinda projects where no two will be the same.  So here is my {Knobby} Necklace

I found my knob on line at Mindy Mae's Market.  I used my others for cabinet doors.  This one was perfect for a necklace.

You have to get a knob that has a whole all the way through. 
Sometimes they are called curio knobs.

This knob was purchased at Hobby Lobby. 

Not to bad for a cabinet knob.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Home Made for the Holiday Day 6 For the Ladies

I was at a craft show and a local vendor was selling jeans and jewelry.  All was manufactured.  When you bought a pair of jeans you got to choose a piece of jewelry.  I found a necklace I loved and she ended up getting it with her purchase.  I decided to recreate it with a little twist.  Here is what I cam up with. 
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