We moved into our new office about 6 months ago, and sadly it took me awhile to find a way to display cute pictures of my mini. The problem was finding something that would add a little color, and match the reclaimed wood, ruggedness of the rest of the office. Thankfully I finally came up with a solution.
I have been bitten by the tassel bug, and have now gone tassel crazy. I had so much fun making tassels for the DIY Tassel Necklace, that I just had to make more. These bracelets are so much fun, wear one or two at a time, or even all of them, and I promise people are going to ask you where you got them.
Whenever I think about Father’s Day, I automatically think about ties. I’m sure not all Dads love getting ties every year, but it seems to be the first thing on everyone’s mind. Why not shake things up a little bit by giving ties that have a whole other purpose? Here are some of my favorite ideas.
Run to a thrift store to pick out a tie that matches Dad’s personality and sew up a glasses case in no time. It’s a really useful tie gift and you can get a crazier tie pattern since Dad doesn’t have to wear it.
I have been seeing tassels everywhere, on shoes, purses, all over home decor, EVERYWHERE! As the saying goes, if you can’t fight it, join it, and that is just what I am doing with this very easy DIY tassel necklace.
ps. I might have a tassel addiction now, so you might see tassels again soon.
I’M BACK! And I am so excited to share with you this necklace using last week’s crochet flower pattern. This project merged my two current crafting loves right now, crochet and jewelry making. Don’t let it fool you, it really isn’t that difficult to make (I think I may be getting the hang of those jump rings…finally). I LOVE how it turned out, and I hope you do too!