I embroidered “keep on moving” onto the back pocket of a pair of shorts. Why that phrase you ask? Well, to me, it means 2 things...
I’m loving the new (old-ish?) tie-dye trend! I used to love doing tie-dye as a kid so the idea that you can get away with it now in a bit more of a neutral more subdued way is super exciting. You only need a few things to create this which you most likely already have so no store trips needed! #stayathome
if you're looking for a DIY to keep you busy while everyone is stuck inside these next however long? All you need are few items you can either get amazon primed in a day or insta-cart delivered, no need to even leave your house. You might even have some of them in your house already.
This DIY no sew hair scarf is the perfect summer accessory, great for a pool day or just for fun! There are also so many ways to tie a hair scarf. The great thing about this DIY is that you can pick any color and pattern you want, so you can easily choose what you want to pair it with.
Today I am sharing a message that really resonates with me. It is so important to treat each other with kindness and spread love in this broken world of ours. You never know what a smile, a compliment, or an act of kindness can do for someone. Wanna spread the message as well? Check out how you can make this easy DIY T-shirt.
With the weather so cold, I needed something fun to wear that made me want to actually leave the house. I am obsessed with this navy, rose and mustard color palette lately. I found this scarf at target with little specs of mustard and coral. So I went and found some yarn that matched, and got to it jazzing it up!
I have been eyeing the Jason Polan Wink Embroidered Slippers from Soludos for quite awhile now. But I just couldn't justify spending the money on them because they aren't a pair of shoes that I would wear constantly. These DIY inspired espadrilles cost me about $25 to make!