The Crafty Witches over at Guide to the Magical Path have a fantastic gallery of images and ideas for using a humble Altoids tin to create a personal altar-to-go that you can take anywhere. Curiously Strong!
Do you ever discover something really basic but amazing and need to share it immediately with everyone? That’s how I feel about Sharpie’s Rub-A-Dub Laundry marker. Best $3 I’ve spent in ages. Marketed for putting kids’ names in the tags of their T-shirts for camp, the Rub-A-Dub is basically a Sharpie that doesn’t wash out. […]
My issue with the Litas since they came out has been that God-awful chunky brown heel. It’s just appalling. I’m not one to blow $150 on a shoe that needs work- but I’m totally up for blowing $9 on a fixer-upper, So I grabbed them. Since the heel was wood, I just masked off the leather […]
Every year around this time, a little thing happens I like to call X-Mess. This is generally an explosion of craft paper, glitter, glue sticks, and the like that takes over my dining room table from roughly October until late November, and the final result is several dozen card-sized pieces of artwork I can send […]
Thanks, Pinterest! (originally via hercampus.com)
Need a fun, free Halloween craft project to distract yourself or the kids? Head over to Ravensblight for a collection of printable papercraft projects, from super-simple spooky coloring pages to entire haunted houses, toys, masks, divining devices, and multi-piece dioramas.
Hand knitted circular star shawl- the star map is picked out in 370 crystal seed beads. If you wanted to be extra geeky, you could vary the size of the beads to represent the magnitude of the stars. Pattern is here for $7.00.
I Aten’t Dead Subversive Sampler. Pretty sure I need it on a pillow.
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DIY : Proenza Schouler Scroll Necklace While looking over the nominees for this year’s Lucky Magazine FABB award, I discovered a treasure trove of DIY projects and great knock-offs at Honestly …WTF. Go. Play. Make cool stuff. DIY: Spike Comb DIY: Luv AJ Handpiece
Thanks to HM reader Flavia Galeotti for pointing us towards this DIY tutorial on monoxious.com. Head over there for more complete instructions, including ideas for modifying the technique to make a great headband!
Welcome to your newest internet addiction : Etsy’s Taste Test. Launched mid-December, but not linked directly from Etsy’s home page, the Taste Test is designed to help discover shops and sellers that may have been previously overlooked. Although it isn’t a perfectly refined tool – on occasion it can be repetitive – it’s a fancy new […]
Thanks to our last couple of articles on spats, reader Zoh Morrigan from Morrigan NYC pointed us to a DIY tutorial she did for Threadbanger, figuring you guys might be interested. Thanks, Zoh!
Photos by John Ashton-Keller, T-shirt surgery and modeling by LeEvil. It’s that time of year when the heat is on, and T-shirts start to sound pretty darn comfy. Now, if only they were a bit more stylish… like that sexy, sexy Haute Macabre Men’s T-Shirt LeEvil is modeling above. Here’s a secret- we didn’t really […]
These are a few pics from a fantastic DIY on Christeric . Yes, these shoes are adorable. But really, they aren’t why I’m posting this. This is a level 5 DIY, but for those with the tools and craftiness, it shows how to reshape a heel using Bondo. That’s a skill I could use! I […]
One of our favorite DIY blogs, OutsaPop, tells us how to shred shirts! It is done all by hand, pulled, but it´s not threads you´re pulling but LOOPS. Jersey is a lightweight knit so it is formed from small loops. If you take one loop from the bottom and pull that, the knit will start […]
Nixon’s post earlier today reminded me of the DIY chain heels tutorial I saw this morning on OutsaPop, which was originally also inspired by Park & Cube. Full tutorial on Fashion Infusion!
DIY Chain harness tutorial at Park and Cube.
This is really just one of those cruel posts about this cool thing I found that you can’t have. I found these photos over on I’m Revolting, from a pair of Japanese books (Pattern Magic Volumes 1 and 2 ). Of course I ran over to Amazon immediately to try and get them, but they […]