It’s Friday (about time) and I’m so ready for the weekend. How’s it going over there? Good week? To celebrate the end of the week I wanted to share 10 Creative Doughnut DIYs. Searching for doughnut DIYs definitely improved my week so I thought it’s only polite to share them with you. You may notice that a lot of them are from Studio DIY. That’s because she’s pretty much the doughnut lady (she has even more on her site). Enjoy!
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This was a vase I made back in 2013 when I went on a bit of a concrete DIY binge. Ha! Have you ever worked with concrete? It’s so much fun. Messy and fun. This is my Concrete Honey Bear Vase DIY and I’ve added just a couple of changes that you can find below (suggestions from a couple of awesome readers)… Any of my changes are in BOLD and Italic font! Enjoy.
We are getting close to Easter so that means I’m starting to plan our Easter egg crafts! We typically do something crazy and fun. Today I’m sharing 10 Fun Easter Egg DIY’s I’ve found around the web this weekend (including 3 of my favorite egg crafts I’ve made in the past).
Otomi-Print Easter Egg / Homemade Banana
Learning How To Tie a Bowline Knot is one of the most handy tricks I’ve picked up along this DIY journey. I craft a lot of everything (that’s pretty obvious) and I’m often tying knots for these projects. It’s important to know how to properly tie a knot and there are many knots with hundreds of uses. The bowline knot (pronounced “boh-lin”) is one of the most versatile and easy to tie. Even though there are quite of few different bowline knots out there this version I’m sharing is popular because of it’s strength and it’s simple to tie.
Are you ready to learn how to tie a bowline knot?
Hey friends! It’s International Women’s Day and to celebrate all my ladies and friends I have 15% off of EVERYTHING in my shop. Yes. Everything. The sale goes through the rest of today and is over by the end of the day tomorrow (Friday the 9th). No need for a code. All of the items are automatically on sale.
Head over here for the sale!
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