Links I Like

Links I Like

This half-circle zippered pouch would be the perfect little bag to carry for quick errands. See the tutorial here.

Have you ever wished you had a cookie cutter for a particular shape? Well, you can solve that problem by making your own customized cookie cutter

Next time I come across some globe light fixtures, I’m definitely making some of these glowing garden orbs to light up my yard.

This faux flower pin could hardly be easier to make, but it’s super versatile.

Five ideas for easy handmade stamps

Anthropologie fan, but can’t afford their prices? Here are 38 Anthropologie-inspired projects.

My baby sister is getting married in a week, and I realized that I don’t know what I’m wearing! She’s not having any bridesmaids, and the wedding is going to be at a hotel/campground in the middle of nowhere in California. It’ll be hot, and pretty casual, and I’m kind of drawing a blank when it comes to dress ideas. I’d like to wear something from my closet, but I’m not sure if any of it is appropriate. I’m leaning towards something like this simple maxi dress, but I’m thinking of attempting to sew my own version using a tutorial for an infinity dress. This tutorial and this one make it look pretty doable. What do you think? Have you ever sewn a dress like this?

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4 thoughts on “Links I Like

  1. nice ideas on the ‘anthropologie hacks’ link! i just ordered some efaplast to make my own #16, a doily bowl 🙂

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