With Valentine’s Day fast approaching I’ve been wracking my thrifty brain for a final sweet n’ simple DIY prezzie to make. Cheers to Mr. Internet for showing me this so I could create this:
a kissin’ couple clothespin!
It’s a cinch to make your own Clothepin Sweethearts in minutes with stuff you already have on hand!
Huzzah! The new Ikea brochure has arrived! Packed full of funky furnishings we don’t need but will hopefully find in the As-is section when we next pop in to waste a day browsing. The clever Ikea flyer designers included a delightful Tipp:
a cheap, cheerful, quick & scrumptious scone recipe…
As I’m actually starting to see results from my baby-weight-battling workouts I thought I’d treat myself to a fancy cool-down top…until I saw the price tag. €40 for a shirt to wear at the end of a workout is a wee bit out of my budget – not to mention insane…hey…think I can make one for free?
Yup! In 5 minutes & no sewing!
Our little sweet pea is in full teething mode (& is sporting 2 shiny new teeth!). We’ve searched everywhere for sugar & chemical-free baby biscuits but apparently they don’t exist in Germany – even in natural food stores, bah! After a few bizarre & slightly frightening results I finally came up with a quick & easy 3 ingredient combination that the baby, the dude & even the dog love to munch on!
How absolutely fabulous is this?
An über clever refashion from Shrimp Salad Circus a.k.a. the ludicrously lovely Lindsay!
…and some cutiepatootie functionality:
An adorably useful Mason Jar Sewing Kit from Liz Stanley via Momtastic
I made these beauties in under 10 minutes! Here’s the headsmackinglyeasy how-to: