Personalized gift wrapping paper
It all started with a quite large item that I needed to wrap for a bridal shower… I refused to buy 386647123476 rolls of wrapping papers so I thought about personalizing a large piece of plain white paper to make it more meaningful. With a bunch of colored calligraphy pens, I started writing. My husband was watching me, he asked: “Are you sure of the spelling?” :-)...
DIY Hair towel inspired by the Turbie Twist
I have just discovered this product, the Turbie Twist at my local drug store. I loved the idea because up until recently , I always wrapped a big towel over my head after the shower. I would go on to do other things before taking the towel off and let my hair air-dry or the towel would fall off on it own, many times. My neck would get tired from the weight of the towel, blah blah blah…:-)...
Gift wrapping using H&M shopping bag.
Do you hate spending tons on money on gift wrapping papers? I do. I actually stopped buying wrapping papers for a while now. I use kraft papers, newspapers, construction papers, and regular white papers for gift wrapping and I constantly looking for ways to creatively decorate the gifts. Check out some of my gift wrapping posts here, here and here. This time, I’m recycling plastic shopping...
Gift tags made from Trader Joe's shopping bags
How festive are these recyclable shopping bags? I cut up these tags and they’re really fun but a little flimsy. So a way to fix it was to paste them on top of some catalog pages. I used Express’s holiday’s catalog. They have beautiful colors. I love how they have fun colorful pattern in the back and I have a bunch of gift tags to use for practically nothing :)
DIY Circle Zip Earbud Pouch
Hey guys! I found this awesome tutorial from this blog a while back and finally got a chance to try it out for myself. If you check out Erin’s post, it has an excellent step by step instruction with pictures but I took my pictures anyways. Here they are… I used Erin’s pattern. You should too if you want to make this. They’re perfect! ...
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