October tutorial: Messy Nail Art Tree Design


We have a tutorial on our hands today my dearest readers, so this mean I will guide you step by step to the process of creating a new DIY project.

Aaaaand because is Autumn and Nail Art DIYs seem to be quite popular I thought to give it a try and make one. The result is quite decent, mind you it’s my first, but I reckon the second one will be even better (one can only hope :-P)

So anyone interested into a messy nail art design? I wanted to mix the power of bright and autumn-themed nail polishes with the artistic way of how painters create their work. Keep reading if you want to know moooooore 😛

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August’s tutorial: How to make paper butterflies


I know it’s a bit early for the month’s tutorial but I have so many other crazy and fun projects for you guys, that I decided to do it now, get it out of the way, and focus on the following DIY projects.

Today we are going to make something that’s really, really easy. Now I know I say that all the time, but believe me: making paper butterflies is really simple and anyone can do it.

It’s great fun also! So let’s get down to business, OK? 😉

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July’s tutorial: How to make a Gratitude Jar


It’s that time of the month, my dearest craft lovers, for something really special and today I’m going to present you how you too can make and have, but most importantly feel the benefits of a Gratitude Jar.

The idea is far from being something new, but it doesn’t mean it has lost its profoundness. Using a Gratitude Jar will make you challenge yourself into thinking what are you grateful or thankful for at the end of the day.

It’s an easy and useful way of tracking your thoughts when you read the little notes at the end of the year and it’s a very personal #DIY that will surely make you feel better.

But first, let’s see how we can have one of these wonderful and colourful Gratitude Jars, OK?

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June’s tutorial: How to make a pompom


I know that the internet is flooded with tutorials about this and that, but since this is a DIY & crafts blog I decided to chip in and have a tutorial, a monthly one that is … especially for those of you who are beginners.

Today we shall learn how to make the easy but also vibrant and full of fluffiness pompom. This accessory is so simple to make, yet it has such a “beautifying” effect. You can use it for the classic beanie, for a pillow, to make flowers, add it to a blanket or even make earrings from it (see here how).

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