make ALL the things!

Jun 05

(Source: airows, via withoutheye-deactivated20131209)

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Apr 12

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truebluemeandyou:

DIY Ponytail Styles. Go to the links for all ten ponytail hair styles. Tutorials at Say Yes to Hoboken here.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Ponytail Styles. Go to the links for all ten ponytail hair styles. Tutorials at Say Yes to Hoboken here.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Sun Jar Made From Solar Garden Lights. Lots of tutorials for this, but this one has links to other sun jars also. From Free People here.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Sun Jar Made From Solar Garden Lights. Lots of tutorials for this, but this one has links to other sun jars also. From Free People here.

pantone easter eggs…

elephantsonthehorizon:

… for all you fellow design nerds out there!  waaaaaaaaaaay cool.  happy easter!

(discovered via how about orange)

Apr 05

craftjunkie:

Spring Flower Lollipop {How to}
Found at: sprinklebakes

craftjunkie:

Spring Flower Lollipop {How to}

Found at: sprinklebakes

(via craftjunkie)

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Colored Bobby Pins. I’ve posted on using nail polish and bobby pins before, like these color blocked ones here, but really like the color of these ones. I also like her inspiration photos. How-to from with an i.e. here.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Colored Bobby Pins. I’ve posted on using nail polish and bobby pins before, like these color blocked ones here, but really like the color of these ones. I also like her inspiration photos. How-to from with an i.e. here.

unconsumption:

Here’s another simple gardening-related repurposing idea:
DIY “watering can” — made from a plastic jug
This photo showing small openings made by pushing a hot needle into the top of a plastic container is making the rounds on Pinterest.
For how-to / DIY details, see A journey to a dream blog.

unconsumption:

Here’s another simple gardening-related repurposing idea:

DIY “watering can” — made from a plastic jug

This photo showing small openings made by pushing a hot needle into the top of a plastic container is making the rounds on Pinterest.

For how-to / DIY details, see A journey to a dream blog.

cupcakes-for-breakfast:

I think you’re sauceome. - It’s not really “ice cream”…
One-ingredient banana ice-cream! (Hint: BANANAS!)
ETA: Forgot to type in the instructions, sorry! Here is the text in the image:
“So! Let’s make Banana Ice Cream!
First: Peel and slice a banana. Put it in the freezer for an hour or so.
Put the frozen slices in a blender or food processor
Pulse! Blend until it goes from crumbs to smooth and creamy
Mix in some peanut butter or chocolate chips - or both!
Enjoy!”

cupcakes-for-breakfast:

I think you’re sauceome. - It’s not really “ice cream”…

One-ingredient banana ice-cream! (Hint: BANANAS!)

ETA: Forgot to type in the instructions, sorry! Here is the text in the image:

“So! Let’s make Banana Ice Cream!

First: Peel and slice a banana. Put it in the freezer for an hour or so.

Put the frozen slices in a blender or food processor

Pulse! Blend until it goes from crumbs to smooth and creamy

Mix in some peanut butter or chocolate chips - or both!

Enjoy!”