I love pins. I love plants. And I love terrariums. So naturally I combined all three of those things into one DIY. Today I’m going to be showing you all how to make your very own terrarium pins! This DIY is probably my favorite one that I have done this year, and it’s actually easier to do than it looks.
Hi everyone! Just wanted to give you all a quick apartment update. I mentioned at one point that I was ready to change out my mantlepiece art, and I had been dying to get these desert photos that I took in Arizona printed. This is the end product!
Let me first just say Happy Mother’s Day to all the baby mamas out there! Now let me secondly say that if you totally forgot that Mother’s Day is this weekend, and need to run out to get some super expensive last minute flowers for your mom or grandmom or whoever else this printable is for you.
Mother’s Day is coming up right around the corner so I thought I would share with you all a list of some ideas for Mother’s Day gifts. And just because it’s too late to order anything online without paying super expensive shipping for the occasion you can always go to a store and pick something up!
It’s that time again when the cleaning, redecorating and arranging bug comes to bite everyone. I still cannot believe that I still have so much bare space on my walls, but since I do that means that it is the perfect time to make a new wall hanging. This one is super easy and won’t take long at all.
How long has it been since you read a good book? I know I haven’t picked one up in ages. As a kid I used to read all of the time, and as an adult I found it not only hard to find the time to read, but it was also hard to figure out what I wanted to read. I would also pick books based on their covers and then ultimately fall asleep reading a boring book. In order to try to solve that problem I thought it would be a good idea to try the Book of the Month Club! It’s an online subscription service that takes the pressure out of trying to figure out what to read next, and delivers hard cover books right to your door. AND in hopes of keeping accountable in my reading I thought I could share some of my thoughts on here with you all.
If for some reason you are reading this and don’t notice anything different then let me just tell you this exciting news now; URK-ART HAS HAD A SITE UPDATE! I am so so beyond excited to finally share what I have been working on the past few weeks with you all, and here it is in a sparkling new website.
When you think of Valentine’s Day you think chocolate, flowers, and conversation heart candy…obviously. But other than being cute and great to pass out in grade school do conversation hearts actually have any uses? I mean are there people who still eat these things? Since I don’t, I thought it would be fun to turn a few heart shaped candies into some really cute rings to wear this week!
There is nothing more relaxing than a good embroidery session, and I felt it was time to take it up a notch. I have never embroidered anything other than fabric before and thought it would be good to give some photos a try. To get started I printed out some black and white headshots of myself that I thought would be fun to add a little something extra to. I ended up printing them pretty small (4×6) since I have never done this before. The small size made embroidering the entire photo more manageable as I was experimenting with a new process. It was really cool to be able to add different colors and textures onto the photo using the thread.