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Spring in Atlanta is overwhelmingly beautiful and painfully short. We’re already seeing temperatures in the high 80s and even the 90s, and that calls for popsicles. These popsicles put the artificially flavored, store-bought versions to shame. And some of them even have booze in them! Happy summer, y’all.
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Recycle a Crystal Light canister into a handy sunglasses case or eyeglasses case – just add cute contact paper. For all of those Crystal Light lovers out there who can’t bear to throw away the empty containers. check out Heather’s fun stop motion how-to video! Or if videos aren’t your thing, keep scrolling for photos and written directions.
Empty Crystal Light container, on hand
Contact paper, …
TWEET YOURSELF TO A SPECIAL DAY
How often do you hear people say, “You need take time for yourself?”
What is your typical answer? Yeah, we would have some similar responses.
We are here to tell you that it is finally YOUR time! Put away the broom, hang up that apron and call in the troops to tend to the family because you just may …
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Last week I showed you a really versatile t-shirt cutting technique that involved looping strips of fabric. You can find that tutorial here. Today I’m going to show you another really cool t-shirt cutting technique that looks complicated but is actually really simple to do! Once you get the hang of it you’ll be able to use it in different ways to alter your t-shirts.
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Who doesn’t love kid art? Heather recently took the artwork of her son’s third grade class to a new level with this fun quilt idea! In addition to being a great classroom activity, you could also have your child do an entire quilt themselves over time. If you have a large family, each grandchild could make a square to present as a fabulous gift for …
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In this age where everyone with a smartphone is essentially carrying around a digital camera in their pocket at all times, what do you do with those photos? Do you just post them to Facebook or Instagram? Or do you still enjoy printing your photos? Over at MyPrintly, Heather shared how she turned some Instagram memories into an easy and adorable photo display. It’s a great …
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The end of the school year is coming up fast! Coming up with good teacher gifts can be hard, especially on a budget. The ideas below are all budget-friendly, so you can give your kid’s teacher something handmade with love without breaking the bank. I also included the gift that I gave my son’s teachers last year, which I might just do again! If you’re one of his teachers, look away from #7!
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Are you always trying to find your shades? This quick and easy DIY project will help you organize your sunglasses. Just hang it by your door and you’ll never waste time searching for them again! Check out the video to see how Heather whipped this one up, or keep reading to see the project in photos.
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I’m sure we all have stacks of t-shirts that are out of date or don’t fit. Instead of leaving them in a pile in the closet, why not craft with them? I’m going to show you a very simple technique for t-shirt cutting and looping that can be applied in different ways. It looks complicated, but it’s not!
T-shirt – on hand
Scissors – on hand