Well, well, well, there’s been a lot of “pomponing” around here in the last few weeks. And I think I’m ready to move forward to the next level: pompoms with letters!
I love inspirational quotes. They are quick and easy pieces of cheap philosophy, ok…, but that doesn’t mean they are not true. And sometimes we all need to be remembered about the important things in life, no matter if the message comes from the mouth of a Nobel prize, an Instagram post, or a sentence in a mug.
I like some of the classic ones, like: “Do more of what makes you happy”, “If nothing ever changed there’d be no butterflies”, “Put your shit together”… but my all time favorite is THIS TOO SHALL PASS.
Many years ago I came across this video and I thought it was a genius idea! Now I’ve finally had the opportunity to make one for my new little cousin.
The video is in Spanish, but I think it’s so visual that it’s easy to follow even if you don’t understand the audio. So I guess I don’t need to do a step by step explanation.
Succulents and cactus are a trend, at least here in Spain. But I guess nowadays these things are pretty much global… Anyway, here’s a quick and simple way to decorate a door wreath for the summer.
Hi there! I’m back with another scratch paper project, which I just learn the correct name for this technique is “sgraffito”. The truth is I made this BEFORE the Beauty and the Best stained glass thing, and it was a very useful way to learn the technique and see all the possibilities this color paper could offer.
Hanging plants has become a thing in the past year. They are in every blog and in every shop. I love when I see all these macrame hangers… but I always think I have no place to hang them from. I’m definitely too scare to drill into the ceiling of my rented apartment… I can picture all sorts of catastrophic scenes, from me falling form the ladder with drilling debris in my eyes and ending blind for the rest of my life, to the whole ceiling collapsing and my scared neighbors looking at me through a big hole in their living room.
So, I ended up with a pretty good solution: hang my plants from a hanger for 3 reasons:
Last minute decorations? This garland can be made in 15 minutes and all you need is paper, scissors, ruler, cutter, needle and thread.
Just follow these simple steps: