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Weekend Project: Make A Custom Light Switch Cover

Today’s weekend DIY project comes courtesy of our friends over at Gurl.com, who show us how to add some pizazz to a basic light switch cover using decorative paper or even celebrity photos. Because really, why just turn on the light when you could be turning on Ryan Gosling? Check out the step-by-step tutorial and… More »


Weekend Project: Add Some Sparkle To Scuffed Flats

Even though “glitter” and “flats” are two of my favorite words, I must admit I initially gave this project the side-eye, since I assumed they would leave a little trail of glitter wherever you walked (which might be kind of magical in its own way, but mostly annoying). However, the brilliant Sues from We AreMore »


Weekend Project: Framed Vases

I might have gasped a little when I saw pictures of these framed flower vases. They’re creative, unexpected, and, luckily for us, they’re super easy to make. All you need are some frames, twine, and small vases, and voila: an eye-catching new way to display Spring’s prettiest stems. [via Flamingo Toes] … More »


Weekend Project: DIY Ruffle Necklace

I love the look of this ruffle necklace — it’s so delicate and feminine — and apparently you can make one yourself in about 10 minutes. You do need a sewing machine, but if you don’t have one, I’ve found that bringing a bottle of wine and a box of cookies over to a crafty… More »


Weekend Project: DIY Cinnamon Sugar Lip Scrub

Between the winter air and my obsession with intense lipsticks, my lips have been super chapped lately. I planned on splurging on a luxurious lip scrub at Sephora this weekend, but then my car made a funny noise, I took it to the shop, and suddenly I was $750 poorer. Now I’ll be making my… More »


Weekend Project: DIY Apple-Vanilla Bourbon

This recipe for apple-vanilla bourbon instantly made my mouth water, and the best part? It’s the easiest recipe ever. Three ingredients, three steps: cube the apple, split the vanilla bean, combine with bourbon, done. It needs to steep for 5-7 days, so pour yourself a shot of regular bourbon now, and enjoy the fruits of… More »


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