Ever get that feeling inside where you just want to sit around casually watching Netflix while bedazzling something? Well, I had that feeling this past weekend and thought that a constellation would be something really cute to bedazzle. Naturally I spent a few minutes looking around the house for something to add some sparkle to and boom! I found a plain black medium-sized wallet and with some imagination turned it into a super cute constellation clutch.
Rings in the bathroom, rings in the kitchen, rings just end up everywhere in my apartment. I wanted to make something cute to put them all in and this unique air-dry clay hand catch-all was what I came up with!
Was it just me, or did January feel three months long? I did manage to stay on track this month with two books; Behind Her Eyes and Turtles All The Way Down.
Finally! A home for all of these books I’ve been getting lately. I was so excited to finally set up an area for my books that I wanted to share it with you all. It always feels good to cross another item off of the home to-do list.
Herringbone on your floors, and herringbone in your hair.
Time for a little new year catch-up. Here are the last 8 books I read in 2017.
With Halloween fast approaching and fall in full swing I wanted to share a really yummy festive treat! These spider web caramel apple slices are a perfect bite-sized snack for a spooky get together. Or if you are an introvert like me, they are perfect for eating alone while watching Hocus Pocus.
Halloween definitely has snuck up on me this year so I wanted a super subtle way to get into the spirit and thought that some very simple DIY chokers would be the perfect accessory for the holiday without going too overboard. The best part is that these are probably the easiest DIY I have done to date.
Literally cannot believe that it is already halfway through October! It’s my first time ever attempting to do Inktober so I’ve been trying really hard to keep up, and thought I would share my progress so far. For those who don’t know what Inktober is; it is a challenge to create an ink drawing every day in the month of October. Typically it is used as a way to break bad digital drawing habits and hone traditional skills. I’ll link to the official Inktober Site here so that you can check it out.
Well, June was a slow month as far as reading goes. I only got through two books with everything that was going on. One of those things was watching a heck of a lot of Netflix since I was recovering from getting two wisdom teeth pulled. But that isn’t to say that these books weren’t good, and that just means I have more options to pick from next month!