1. DIY Embroidered Sunglasses – Honestly WTF
  2. Arctida’s creations: DIY tutorial Marimo moss ball mini aquarium with sea treasures
  3. pencilmeinstationery:

I am growing as an artist, and loving all the support I’ve been getting in the recent months. I realized early last year that I cannot give up on my dreams. I decided to do more of what makes me happy…
Not sure who designed this poster, but I love it.

    pencilmeinstationery:

    I am growing as an artist, and loving all the support I’ve been getting in the recent months. I realized early last year that I cannot give up on my dreams. I decided to do more of what makes me happy…

    Not sure who designed this poster, but I love it.

  4. bethtallach:

NTS: make these one day to make an awesome display 

    bethtallach:

    NTS: make these one day to make an awesome display 

  5. wildwithwhimsy:

Felt Bow Garland  ||  Burlap and Blue

    wildwithwhimsy:

    Felt Bow Garland  ||  Burlap and Blue

  6. truebluemeandyou:

    DIY Easy Cat Embroidered Mittens with Knitted Bows Tutorial from Squeaky Swing here. I used Chrome to automatically translate from German to English. These would make really cute gifts for cat lovers. *Tip: Don’t know how to knit? Buy knit gloves to do the embroidery on and use another type of bow.

  7. mariapalito:

http://bit.ly/UsOtXh
  8. dreaming-of-autumn:

DIY APPLE CIDER CUPS
What you will need:Paring KnifeLarge Spoon or Melon BallerLarge ApplesLemon JuiceApple Cider
Garnish Options: Cinnamon sticks, whole cloves, allspice, or star anise.
Instructions:On a cutting board, begin by using a knife to cut off the top of an apple. Then use a paring knife to carefully outline the “rim” of the apple cup, I recommend a 1/4” wide rim. Next, use a large spoon or melon baller to scoop out the center of the apple until you have a nice sized “cup”. While hollowing out the apple, be mindful not to get too close or cut through the bottom/sides of the apple as this will cause the cider to leak! Once the inside of the apple has been hollowed out, brush lemon juice over the inside of the apple to prevent browning. Lastly, fill with apple cider, garnish, serve, and enjoy!TIP: If an apple doesn’t sit exactly level, take a paring knife and slice off a few millimeters from the bottom to even off.

    dreaming-of-autumn:

    DIY APPLE CIDER CUPS

    What you will need:

    Paring Knife
    Large Spoon or Melon Baller
    Large Apples
    Lemon Juice
    Apple Cider

    Garnish Options: Cinnamon sticks, whole cloves, allspice, or star anise.


    Instructions:

    On a cutting board, begin by using a knife to cut off the top of an apple. Then use a paring knife to carefully outline the “rim” of the apple cup, I recommend a 1/4” wide rim. Next, use a large spoon or melon baller to scoop out the center of the apple until you have a nice sized “cup”. While hollowing out the apple, be mindful not to get too close or cut through the bottom/sides of the apple as this will cause the cider to leak! Once the inside of the apple has been hollowed out, brush lemon juice over the inside of the apple to prevent browning. Lastly, fill with apple cider, garnish, serve, and enjoy!

    TIP: If an apple doesn’t sit exactly level, take a paring knife and slice off a few millimeters from the bottom to even off.

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  9. scissorsandthread:

Chalkboard Serving Platter | Wit & Whistle
First: be warned. This Pebo porcelaine paint isn’t meant to be used with food! But there shouldn’t be much harm in just popping biscuits or cheese on top. Especially when it looks as cool as this! And of course you don’t need to use this with food - you could use it as display, or to hold your bits and bobs!

    scissorsandthread:

    Chalkboard Serving Platter | Wit & Whistle

    First: be warned. This Pebo porcelaine paint isn’t meant to be used with food! But there shouldn’t be much harm in just popping biscuits or cheese on top. Especially when it looks as cool as this! And of course you don’t need to use this with food - you could use it as display, or to hold your bits and bobs!

Melani Sub Rosa © by Rafael Martin