Although healthy cookie dough dip seems like an oxymoron, this cookie dough dip has chickpeas as part of it’s base! Strange but I’ve been guaranteed you can’t taste them (tell people after they’ve eaten it and blow their mind).
Upcycle Your World! | CD Cases & Spindles
If you were born before MP3’s, you probably have a stack of CD cases sitting around, gathering dust and getting more brittle by the day. And if you’re born after MP3’s, you probably have CD spindles sitting around too! Well instead of chucking them in the bin, Upcycle those babies into something special. I particularly like the little CD glass house - so cute!
Take a plain jumper and make it sparkly and fun with a little bit of sequin trim! I like ‘meow’ but you can choose whatever you want to write, or you could make a shape - star, heart, etc. So easy to create but so fun!
I’ve posted pegboard projects before for craft storage/organisation/inspiration board, but none of them were as pretty as this one! Pegboard is just like a giant aida cloth, so all you have to do is pick your favourite cross stitch pattern and paint away!
How sweet are these?! And so easy to create, which is even better! Perfect for a birthday party or an Easter lunch, the base is made from pre-made cookie dough and is filled with chocolate ganache and topped with oreos. So not ony are they pretty but tasty sounding too!
Now I am grown and have the value of hindsight, I really wish I had paid more attention in Tech Studies! I actually remember thinking ‘I’m never going to need to know how to build a birdhouse when I’m an adult, this is a waste’. But I think that even though I failed at the birdhouse, I still think I could make this shelf system. If you’re like me and not great with the whole sawing wood thing, get your pieces cut to size first before you attempt this! There are so many places that this would come in handy - the bathroom, office, lounge room - any room really!
I always try to feature short hair tutorials but sometimes they’re hard to come by. That’s why I like this ‘hair jewelry’ - you can wear this on short hair as well as long - the two flowers are attached to bobby pins. This is so customisable, and you could even wear these as a cardigan clip!
How sweet are these critter egg holders?! Not only are they free to download, you can also customise the names at the bottom so you can use these as place holders (or as Lia suggests, finger puppets!)
Whenever I’m out and about and really need a pen and piece of paper to write on, I can gaurantee that I will have a pen… but no paper. I used to carry post-its but they dissapeared, and they’re not great for keeping notes permanently! Not only are these notebooks pretty, but so practical - a great alternative to post its! Go on over to DIY and download the set - keep one for yourself and give the others away (or keep them for yourself, I’m sure you’ll find a use for them!)
If you celebrate Easter in your family but don’t want to overload the little ones with chocolate, these twist tie bunny ears are a great gift that is super easy to make! In the same style as the retro twist head ties that I’m seeing everywhere these ears in pink & white have a piece of wire inserted inside so you can fashion them in to a pair of big bunny ears. So fun and great for girls and boys!
If you’re looking for decorations for a wedding or party with big impact, you can’t go past this amazing giant crepe paper peony! The big petals are layered around a paper mache base. Yes, it would take a while to create this, but if you are making it for a wedding or party, you can keep it afterwards to decorate with!
Very Pinteresting! | Rink A Dink Pink
I love the combination of embroidery and fabric paint on these pillowcases! Because the design is just on the edges of the cases it doesn’t overwhelm the rest of the patterns on the bed. If you wanted you could make these in colours to suit the linens you already have, or if you’re looking for a challenge you could use these as a jumping off point to making your own bed set!
If you’re wanting something to decorate your room but are not keen on bunting or pom poms, how about a pretty yarn chandelier? This would be so fun for a craft room, or for a baby’s room! In HGTV’s DIY, they create the ball entirely from yarn, but if I was doing this, I’d buy some foam balls in different sizes and use those as my base to save on yarn.
Oh yeah, S+T is Pro now people!