You guys responded so well to our crafted Halloween costumes in partnership with Bath and Body Works that we decided to create a little video to show you how to create the DIY unicorn costume with items from around your house. Enjoy! See the full written tutorial here.
One of the most popular projects from years past is our DIY camera strap tutorial and I thought it would be a good one to bring to life for our YouTube Channel (have you subscribed yet? We have some fun videos up!). It’s such a great way to use old scarves and add some flair to your camera.
It’s time to (reluctantly) welcome in fall. You know how I feel about fall. NOT into it. BUT, I am intothis paper leaf fall garland. You also know how I feel about garlands. You can never have too many! And this one is perfect for the home or for a party. Mine is sitting on my mantle right now! The perks to having paper fall leaves? No bugs or dirt!
Organizing is NOT my forte, though I see the immense value in it and KNOW that it would help me feel more efficient and have more peace of mind. We all know it, right? I know the general basics of organizing, like how everything needs a space, but sometimes I just don’t know how to create that space for every object and admittedly, sometimes buying plastic bins can cost a lot so in my mind I’m holding out until I’m filthy rich. Ha!
Enter professional organizer, Kelsey Tuia, of Your Life Revamped. I first met Kelsey at a blogging conference. Her infectiously optimistic personality rubbed off and I knew I had to get her in to organize the Lars craft studio. STAT!
In this week’s YouTube video, Kelsey is teaching us three basics for organizing any room, and in particular your craft room. She took our disaster and turned it into pure crafting gold. Read on →