I'm somewhat of a serial-crafter. I love me a good DIY.
These are some of the beauts I've stumbled across lately:
1. Your hallway looking a little drab? Need a little lift?
Just break out the glue gun and some old Kenny G CDs.
When you have people over you may need to break out the acid wash jeans and your banana clips to complete the trip back to 1990 though.
(I don't even know the rules about reposting pictures from Pinterest on here and for some reason can't get the source of this. But since this blog is not a money making venture and no one really cares, I don't think there's much to worry about. If you are looking for it on Pinterest, just search "broken cd mirror". And then automatically unfriend me. I don't think we're right for eachother.)
2. I think it needs to be said that a white flip flop is a white flip flop.
There is no dressing up a white flip flop.
Or is there!?
Make a 99 cent shoe...look like a $2.50 shoe.
(If you're going to do this please follow the directions and 'just add a pedicure'. I'm hoping that the pedicure will distract from the greasy black foot stains on your bedazzled flops.)
3. Don't throw away your old paper towel rolls.
Please make these:
And then send me some pictures.
(Again, trouble finding a source. I did manage to find one link that wouldn't fully load. It looked like it was in Swedish. Those crazy Sweds. Just search 'cardboard tube cats.' And then message me and I'll give you my phone number and we can be best friends.)
People will put anything in a mason jar.
Here's a turd in a mason jar.
Put it on your mantle. Or possibily hang it from a tree in your yard. Which I guess is something else people do with mason jars.
I'm baffled, but I'm pretty sure if I wrapped a burlap bow around the top, heads would be heard exploding 'round the world. Or maybe just around the contiguous United States... below the Mason-Dixon line... east of the Mississippi. Add a monogram and you could take over the South.
(If you need directions for this: it's lights...stuffed in a mason jar.)
The funny thing is, I'm sure I know plenty of actual people in my life that would do this.
Unfortunately, I am not one of them.
Legos are expensive, yo.
(Damn, I thought I had that Mom of the Year award on lockdown. For all of you still in the running, just search 'lego invitation'. And don't worry about it; I'll just assume ours got lost in the mail.)
DIY drawstring pants
There has got to be someone in this girl's life that said, I think straight leg may be a better look.
I feel sure of it.
Coming next week: The DIY Magic Carpet.
7. Your dog will hate you forever.
Unless your whole family was going as the Fruit of the Loom characters, and you needed the dog to finish it out.
Then I'm pretty sure the dog would just be happy to be a part of something so amazing.
9. I had no idea that college freshman everywhere were so eager to figure out how to make a projector for their dorm room.
Of course there are days when I think I can still smell the Long Island Iced Tea coming out of my pores and I graduated in 2005.
I bet if I would've went to more projector parties I wouldn't have changed my major five times.
10. Formula-feeding moms get dogged on sometimes.
But I'd just like to point out that I can repurpose my formula containers.
You can't mod podge scrapbook paper on your boobs and store colored pencils in them, can you?
That's what I thought.
Point to the bottle feeders.