Ruffled Pillow

♡ Stap 1: Use a tree square pieces of cotton, in every color you like.

♡ Stap 2-5: Cut ribbons out of the piece of cotton. Then use needle and thread, pull the needle thread through the fabric strips. Than ruffle them up.

♡ Stap 6: Lay the ruffles down on the piece of cotton.

♡ Stap 7: Sew the ruffles on the piece of cotton.

♡ Stap 8: Then finish de pillow.


Advent Calendar

Maybe it’s a bit early, but time is rushing by these days. Now you will have enough time to make this lovely advent-calendar. 

What do you need?

♡ wooden plank or board

♡ 25 wooden clothes pins

♡ chalkboard paint

♡ paint/ christmas tape

♡ wood glue

♡ chalk

♡ ribbon


and …


♡ gifts


Stap 1:  Where do you want to hang the advent-calendar?  

Stap 2: Take the wooden plank or board and make it the size that will fit the place where it will be hanging or standing.

Stap 3:  Paint the wooden plank or board in the color you want it to be. Use white paint if you want it to look like the photo above.

Stap 4: Take the wooden clothes pins and decorate them. You can use red paint if you like, or you could use tape. 

Stap 5: When the wooden plank or board and the clothes pins are dry, you can glue the clothes pins on the plank or board. ! Before you glue, take a close look where you will glue the pins. Ones you glue, there’s no point of return… !

Stap 6: Write the numbers onto the board above the clothes pins.

Stap 7: Buy the little presents, wrap them nicely and hang’m onto the calendar with the red/white ribbon.



♡ Stap 1: Find yourself an old VHS case, rip out the original cover and put one of your nicest photo in it. 

♡ Stap 2: Check whether the box on the right side opens. 

♡ Stap 3: Draw in the box where the screws through it to come. 

♡ Stap 4: Drill the two holes in the box. 

♡ Stap 5: Mark on the wall where the box should be hung, please use the holes in the box that you already created. 

♡ Stap 6: Drill the two holes in the wall.  

♡ Stap 7: Attach the box with screws onto the wall. I don’t think this need more explaining. Enjoy!


 Flower garland


On DIY wednesday today you can make your own fabric flower garland

Here’s  a miniature version of it for everyone. It’s easy to make and can be used in so many ways… hung from the ceiling, attached to the back of chairs, aisle “rope” or laid on the table for an added element.
Supplies: Scissors, needle and thread, fabric, and a pencil.

Step 1: Fold your fabric and use the spool of thread to trace a circle. Then cut the circles out.
Step 2: Take one circle and fold it in half.
Step 3: Take the half circle and fold it in half again.
Step 4: Then take your circle and stitch through the bottom. Continue this step, adding at least 6 circles on top of the first.
Step 5: Once you have sewn all 6 circles, connect the petals together by stitching through each one at the corners and then tying off the tread with a double knot.
Step 6: Next, cut 3 yards of thread and add on the flowers one by one.

Project created by Dolci Odille


Bridal spoon favors

I love finding new uses for common objects, luckily for me I’m not the only one! So when I spotted these wooden spoons on the internet, I knew I had to do something with this item. I think they’d be perfect to hand out as favors at a wedding or as a gift to a bridal couple. Especially two foodies! Personalize them to the couple and you’ll be a big hit!
You will need: pencil, wooden cooking spoons, acrylic paints, paintbrush, twine and labels for packaging.

Step 1: Draw your face with a pencil. Keep it simple! For the bride, make a simple collar or necklace. For the groom, draw a necktie.
Step 2: Paint in the pencil lines with acrylics.
Step 3: To make the eyes I used the other end of my paintbrush.
Done! How easy was that?! And so cute! Add on a cute tag with twine and they’re ready to go!

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