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DIY Rhinestone Button Hair Pin & Best Button Sources

Posted by Honor on Thursday, June 27, 2013, In : Accessories 

    I felt like whipping up something pretty and sparkly today and this ridiculously simple an' easy diy definitely did the trick. Totally satisfied my girly itch. Previously I had picked up these super cute rhinestone bow buttons ^^^ intending to use them on another project, but ya know how that goes... it didn't 'go', so these purdy little pretties sat stashed away. All sad and lonely. But ahHA no more, no more! Here are the deets. You will need to pick up a pack of the hair pins with a fla...

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DIY Creative Scarf Storage and Organization

Posted by Honor on Tuesday, June 11, 2013, In : Decor Crafts 

Anyone else have a scarf monster in the bottom drawer? 
I do!
....Or did :)
This unruly creature is composed of all your beloved scarves entwined in such a giant tangled mess, you can't even close the door or drawer. Bulging. Annoying. Frustrating. Pain in da rear-o.
So off I go on a pinterest, google, flickr, library book inspiration adventure. There are all sorts of nice ideas out there, but I wasn't just looking for a (very practical, yet very boring) scarf hanger. Ya Know. Those regular ha...

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DIY Two Minute Fabric Scrap Flower Hair Pin (No Sew No Glue)

Posted by Honor on Wednesday, May 22, 2013, In : Accessories 

I was in need of a quick craft to keep my hands busy while the kids napped today. I am trying to limit the amount of (somewhat wasted) time I spend on pinterest/facebook/flickr ect ect ect ect ect. I just get sucked in and a couple of hours later I am zonked, have accomplished nothing and now have to go attend to the babes. Bleck!
So here is a cute quickie. Good for either you or your lady-ettes in training....
You will need the supplies above. Fabric scraps, thick baker's trim, scissors and h...

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DIY Turban (No Tie) Headband

Posted by Honor on Friday, March 15, 2013, In : Accessories 

Ok, I might lose some of you on this one. 'Wait wha??? A Turban??!?!'  you might be saying right now. Yes a turban... a turban headband that is! Turbans have become quite popular these days with the super fashionistas, I just try to follow in suit with a more do-able 'me' version. Hear me out. Let's look at some eye candy before you write me off with all this crazy turban talk.

Via Stockholm Street Style

Via Free People

Via Free People

Via Free People

Via SATC 2


Are you starting to feel me a little...

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DIY Watercolor Bangle

Posted by Honor on Tuesday, February 5, 2013, In : Accessories 






I knew there was something I could do with all those left over tape rolls!

  Do you do that? Hoard left overs until you can figure out a way to reuse them? I swear about 90% of my office closet is full of those so called 'craft supplies'. Think bags of wine corks, toilet and paper towel tubes, wrapping paper scraps... pretty much everything you would call trash. But I can't do it! I guess it is the hoarder coming out in me. You know we all have a little of that. Hoardism. Hoardalitis. Hoardlue...

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DIY Embellished Hair Comb: Part Nine and Ten

Posted by Honor on Monday, January 21, 2013, In : Crafter's Toolbox 

  Here it is, the last part of the diy hair comb series. Quite a journey eh? We went all across the diy board. From wire wrapped crystals to neon nylon cording to feathers. Even though this is the last post of this series, I assure you that hair combs are here to stay... at least on this noggin anyway. Embellished hair combs have always been in my fashion repertoire and always will be. So I thought it would be fun to share two hair combs of the past. One from my bridal shower and the other fr...

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DIY Embellished Hair Comb: Parts Seven and Eight

Posted by Honor on Friday, January 18, 2013, In : Crafter's Toolbox 


I say hair you say comb.

Hair!

Comb!

Hair!

Comb!

Hair Comb?

Yes, a hair comb. It you are just joining us we are in the middle of our hair accessory craft challenge. By we I mean me, and by challenge I mean FUN! Last week I gave myself a craft homework assignment. Create some cute and easy diy hair combs. Everyone does headbands or bobby pins, I thought we could mix it up a bit with the hair comb. All of my versions are easy to make and are complied of average everyday craft supplies. Something yo...

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DIY Embellished Hair Comb: Parts Five and Six

Posted by Honor on Thursday, January 17, 2013, In : Crafter's Toolbox 


Sick of hair comb ideas yet? No? Good! Cuz here are two more beauties. Both equally simple and fab. If you haven't yet, make sure to check out parts one/two and three/four.

A recap on what I am doing here. At the beginning of the new year I was a bit bogged down reminiscing about sugar plums and faux snow frosted ornaments. In other words I was feeling a bit low because the NY signals the end of my favorite time of the year. My creative juices weren't flowing. They were more like syurp.

sooooo...

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DIY Embellished Hair Comb: Part Three and Four

Posted by Honor on Wednesday, January 16, 2013, In : Crafter's Toolbox 

Ready for parts three and four of my mini series? Three is so incredibly easy (but so cute!) it hurts and four is a tad more complicated. (Did you check out version one and two yet?

Complicated if you don't have any hands.

What is that you say? You don't have hands? And you are a crafter! Wowza!! You could probably teach me a thing or two. Give me a jingle on the jangle k?

Here we go!



The key to this diy is the sparkly vinyl. I just love that stuff! I have used it here... and here. You can find ...

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DIY Kate Spade Scallop Necklace

Posted by Honor on Monday, January 7, 2013, In : Accessories 
    So lately I have had glitter on the brain. Could it be because I was asked to collaborate with a big name on some glitter diys? (YAYYYYYYYY YIPPPPEEEE for me ;) ) Yeah I bet that's it. Details to come soon. Big toothy grin over here.

 But anyway I have been brainstorming up a storm (punny right?!) for this feature diy. Brainstorming is kind of my thing. I love bubble charts and lists. Any scrap piece of paper is subject to my doodles and ideas. But now that my feature diy is complete I tho...

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How to Sew an Envelope Clutch (10 minutes or less!)

Posted by Honor on Friday, January 4, 2013, In : Accessories 
My post yesterday (diy splatter refashion) was an easy refashion of this must know diy. Enjoy!



Couldn't get any simpler. These handy little pouches can be used for so many things. Think make up bag, ipad/kindle travel case, diaper pouch, gift bag, journal cover.... really anything! You can also get really creative with your choice of fabric. Just make sure to choose one that has some weight and stiffness to it otherwise you will have one floppy mess.

In case you missed it this was my version of...

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DIY Clutch Gold Glitter Refashion

Posted by Honor on Thursday, January 3, 2013, In : Accessories 


   Such a simple and totally fabulous refashion! It hurts my brain (& pocketbook) thinking about all my past clutches, purses, clothes (ect ect ect) that I tossed out thinking I couldn't salvage em. I plan on sharing how I made this simple felt clutch tomorrow, so check back in if you are looking for an easy ipad or kindle travel case. All you need is some thick felt, a sew on snap and your sewing machine.
    But back to this refashion. The key is to water down the glitter paint and get the ...

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DIY Super Easy Animal Print Envelope Clutch

Posted by Honor on Monday, December 31, 2012, In : Accessories 






And I really mean it by super easy. Literally ten minutes to a fab new accessory (or make up bag, pencil pouch, diaper tote... whateves ;)

The key is finding these pre-cut squares of patterned viny from your local craft joint. I found these at Hobby Lobby for under a buck each. They were located in the felt craft area. They also have some faux tooled leather and super glittery rectangles that I am working with right now.
These vinyl like squares (not really sure what type of material they actua...

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DIY Leather and Studs Necklace

Posted by Honor on Thursday, November 8, 2012, In : Accessories 


Anyone remember Fiona Paxton? I sure do. Miz Paxton is a fabulous, glamorous, tremendous all the 'ous' adjectives you can think of, jewelry designer. Her beaded/chain Sylvie necklaces were all the rage a few years ago.

 They were popping up all over the place and on every 'it' female fashionista. Think Jessica Alba, Hilary Duff, Cameron Diaz ect ect ect. Well oh well... to this day I still think about those suckers and wish that I had a few hundo laying around so I could score myself one of th...

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DIY Faux Fur Scarf (Anthropologie Plush Stole Inspired)

Posted by Honor on Tuesday, November 6, 2012, In : Accessories 

   Is it chilly by you yet? It was here for a hot minute (I guess for a crisp moment), but now we have this darn Santa Ana that blasts us with 80+ degree weather. Wah wah. I know I shouldn't be complaining about the fantastic weather we have here in southern Cali, but I can't help it. I want my sweaters and scarves and boots and cozy nights watching my husband lay naked in front of the fire on a bear skin rug... just kidding ;) but you get my point. All I can think about fashion wise is chunk...

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DIY Simple Ribbon Headband

Posted by Honor on Thursday, November 1, 2012, In : Accessories 
I love scarves and wear them any chance I can. As soon as there is the slightest crisp to the air I am wrapping that sucker around my neck. Here is my dilemma. I have long hair and if I wear a scarf, especially if it is a chunky knit, my hair soon turns into a tangled mess. Right there at the nape of my neck should be call 'rat-ville' for the nest that is created. Ouch!
 So what to do? A sleek little top knot or messy ballerina bun is my go-to. But that can get a little boring, so here is a...

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DIY Glitter Star Hair Pin (Rodarte Inspired)

Posted by Honor on Thursday, October 18, 2012, In : Accessories 


Glitter, Stars, Hair Clips... just a few of my favorite things. I have seen all three of these things ALLLL over the place



Rodarte Star Hair Clips



Jennifer Behr Hair Accessories



Ban.do

Who doesn't like a little something sparkly and pretty for your hair?

 I do I DO!

Here is my go at a FREE VERSION. I threw open my craft closet door and used only what was in stock: Glitter, glitter glue, hair pins and thick card-stock.... here we go!








Pretty simple to make. Here are some key tips & tricks.

*Make sure ...

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DIY Fur Boot Socks

Posted by Honor on Tuesday, September 11, 2012, In : Clothing 

Finally we are feeling the fall here in southern California.

Yeahhhhhh! Yes! Whoot-whoot! Oh Boooy :)

Feel my enthusiasm? No? Well how about another whoopeeeee!

 We live in an interesting part of San Diego. Far enough away from the coast to avoid the constant marine layer during May-June-July, but close enough to the mountains to see the thunderheads and count the lighting strikes but avoid the torrential downpour. So as I watched the thunderheads yesterday with the kiddos and perused the intran...
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DIY Faux Metal Lace Cuff

Posted by Honor on Tuesday, August 21, 2012, In : Accessories 
Ahhh September fashion issue... I do love you and your 'two-inch-thick-ad-section-before-you-even-get-to-the-table-of-contents'.  Lately I am loving the metal lace cuff bracelets that are showing up here and there. One such designer of these cuffs is Aurelie Bidermann. Her wares sell @ Bloomingdales, Barneys and Net-a-porter. All way way wayyyyy out of my price range.



ouch! this bad boy sells for over $1,800.... well... it is dipped in 18 karat gold.

Here is my version. Pretty good for 5 doll ...

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Wood Block Art (Reverse Stencil)

Posted by Honor on Thursday, July 26, 2012, In : Decor Crafts 
   So this DIY covers a couple of bases. First off it is an idea for what you can do with those scraps of wood that are laying about. I have a couple of those, well actually maybe a garage full. My hording tendencies kick in and I can't get rid of them. I just can't!
   Second this DIY covers the reverse stencil technique. Pretty simple but easy to over look when you think about stenciling. Lastly it covers how to make your own contact paper. I never have it around but I always seem to need i...

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2 Minute DIY Tassel Earrings

Posted by Honor on Thursday, June 28, 2012, In : Accessories 

Ready for a SUPER EASY & SUPER QUICK DIY? I literally did these in two minutes and the results are fantastic! Hope you enjoy!
What you need: A pair of tassels. You can make your own if you are THAT ambitious... but I just picked up some at Hobby Lobby for $2.50. And that was for TWO pairs of tassels. Need to make a gift for anyone? You will also need some earring post/hoops. I love the shape of these earring hangers shown below. They are again from Hobby Lobby for a whopping $2.50... for two p...

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Anthropologie Inspired Canvas Tote

Posted by Honor on Wednesday, April 18, 2012, In : Accessories 

Well the baby boy is here and I am in dire need of a new diaper/tote bag. Nothing to fancy. I never really loved any of the diaper bags out there on the market these days. Either to bland or to baby. So where do I go for inspiration? To the anthro website of course! I spotted several hand painted leather/canvas versions and instantly fell in love with them... but not the $300 + price tag. I just knew I could create a cheap fix. So here it goes. This took me a few days to put together. Not bec...


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DIY Home Decor Accessories:Three Basic Surface Treatments

Posted by Honor on Tuesday, April 10, 2012, In : Decor Crafts 

Three Basic Surface Treatments
How to Decorate a Plain Pear

 

Here are three basic surface treatments that every crafter should have stashed away in their noggin. The first one is your basic decoupage. Second is chalkboard paint and third is twine wrapping. These surface treatments are very versatile and can be used on numerous objects and surfaces. Old jars, bottles and boxes are perfect to experiment with all three of these treatments. This tutorial is a very quick one, mostly just listing tip...


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Salt Dough Recipe: Create Jewelry & More

Posted by Honor on Wednesday, April 4, 2012, In : Accessories 
Salt Dough Recipe
Crafting Jewelry out of Salt Dough

Say what?! Designer jewelry and accessories made from flour, salt & water???? Yep! I absolutely adore the salt dough craft. There are so many uses for it! From jewelry to holiday ornaments to gift tags to small bowls and plates to hand crafted little sculptures (yes I am creating some little gold fortune cookies for a table display :) neat-o right?). Not to mention that making salt dough is so incredibly easy.... swoon... it is a match made i...


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Pearl Embellished Bangle: Recycle Your Junk Jewelry

Posted by Honor on Monday, April 2, 2012, In : Accessories 

How to Make a Pearl Embellished Bangle Bracelet 

This DIY is more of an idea than a tutorial. Just a reminder that you probably already have great accessories laying about the house, you just need to be a bit creative with your household materials. I regularly raid my jewelry stash and tear up all the Forever 21/Clarie's ect jewelry. None of it is very expensive and it usually doesn't hold up to wear and tear very well, so I get rid of the cheap parts and keep the interesting better made compo...


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Faux Metal Rope Bangle

Posted by Honor on Monday, March 26, 2012, In : Accessories 
How to make a Faux Metal Rope Bangle

I am always on the hunt to find ways to make new DIY accessories. Tired of the same ol same ol friendship bracelets of fashion seasons past, I wanted to spice things up a bit. While I am still perfecting this technique, I am happy with the results so far and thought I would share the tutorial with you, even if I am still tweaking it. Hope you enjoy this quick tutorial on how to create a faux metal bangle bracelet with some twine and glue!

What you will need:...


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Glitter Gumball Necklace Tutorial

Posted by Honor on Tuesday, March 20, 2012, In : Accessories 
How to Make a Glitter Gumball Necklace


Who doesn't just love love love glitter?!
This one is for the glitter lovers... super easy and perfect for any party. Lots of my sister glitter lovers come up and ogle my glitter gumballs whenever they make an appearance. Ummm that sounded wrong. Ha! Hope you enjoy!


What you will need: A package of wood beads from your local craft supply store. They run about $3.50 for 20. You will also need q tips, a paper plate, a small paint brush, craft paint, glitter a...

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How to Bling Your Heels (Bejeweler Instructions)

Posted by Honor on Wednesday, March 14, 2012, In : Accessories 

  (Quick Disclaimer..... While this craft does take longer than an hour and could cost you more than $25..... it is definitely worth it!!!  Designer shoes that are similar to these could cost you thousands of dollars. So a few evenings spent adding some bling is a life saver to the die hard fashionista :) Enjoy!)

   Aren't these shoes totally gorgeous?! I made these to wear to my brother in law's wedding. The look on ladies faces when they spotted my heels was unforgettable. Tongue on ground w...

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Hardware Store Jewelry Party

Posted by Honor on Sunday, March 11, 2012, In : Accessories 




Hardware Store Jewelry
    Ever needed a quick gift & don't have time to run to the mall? Well hardware store jewelry is my go to answer for you. Using just what you have in the garage and your craft cabinet you can easily craft unique jewelry for a personalized and memorable gift. This is a 'light' tutorial because most of these pieces are fairly self explanatory. Enjoy!

     What you will need: Chain (heavier the better), ribbon, washers, nuts, twine or string and needle & thread



For this brac...

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Woven Flat Braid: How to 5 Strand Braid

Posted by Honor on Friday, March 9, 2012, In : Accessories 

Flat Woven Braid: How to 5 Strand Braid

   Friendship bracelets... remember those? I was driving by an elementary school the other day when all the kids were let out. It seemed like all the girls were up to their elbows in silly bands and friendship bracelets. While I am not a fan of the silly bands craze, I have always had a soft spot for friendship bracelets with the letter beads. Clearly I have out grown those kind of accessories, Boo! Sooooo I decided to learn a new craft and update the fa...

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Chain and Fabric Bracelet

Posted by Honor on Tuesday, March 6, 2012, In : Accessories 

    Ready for a super simple DIY jewelry tutorial? Prepare yourself for our quick and easy this project is and how pleased you will be with the results! I have seen so many variations of this at high end stores such as anthropologie, free people, urban outfitters, jcrew and so on. You probably can use what is laying around the house.Hope you enjoy this tutorial and I would love to see how your variations turn out!

What you will need: Chain of some sort, I picked these up at Micheal's but I wou...

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Cake Plate

Posted by Honor on Sunday, March 4, 2012, In : Decor Crafts 

Hello Again! Welcome to the worlds fastest tutorial on how to make a cake plate! This craft is based off the Mason Jar Goblet tutorial that I completed earlier. You can see that by clicking HERE. Hope you enjoy! Those cookies sure do look tasty don't they ;)

What you will need: A plate and a candle stick holder & glue... simple enough right?! Try different combinations and materials. Here I chose a glass plate and candle stick holder that I picked up from the Dollar Tree. If you prefer white, ...

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Fabric Wrapped Embellished Bangle

Posted by Honor Hansen on Saturday, March 3, 2012, In : Accessories 

   This is how all tutorials should be. It is easy peasy and super inexpensive. It took me all of five minutes! Which was perfect for my because little one numero uno was extra clingy and the big guy in my tum was kicking the bejeeze out of me. I have done this craft so many times, it is perfect for gifts, birthdays or just because! Hope you enjoy and please let me know how yours turn out. Thanks for stopping by!

What you will need: A wood or plastic bangle. I had this weird green one hanging...

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Braided Fabric Watch (anthropologie inspired)

Posted by Honor Hansen on Saturday, March 3, 2012, In : Accessories 


I have seen this tutorial on the web before, but I wanted to give it a go myself! Watches similar to these are at anthropologie and other $$$ stores. Just cementing my love hate relationships with anthropologie... I love ya but hate ya prices! Nothing new there!
  My biggest tip for this tutorial and ones similar is to scrounge! Scrounge around your house for unused potential! I was able to make this and other items in my tutorials for free because I simply used items that were laying around ...

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Felt Flower Pin & Hair Comb

Posted by Honor Hansen on Friday, March 2, 2012, In : Accessories 


  

    Hello everyone! Welcome to the making of felt flowers! These are another one of my fav quickies. Felt flowers are perfect to put on clipies (little girls hair clips), on clothing, pins and hair combs. Actually they go everywhere! Wouldn't the world be a little better if it was thoroughly adorned with little felt flowers?! Ha just kidding! But these are really simple and oh so cute! Here we go & Thank you for joining me... please let me know how yours turn out!


You will need felt (or any...

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Rolled Flower Head Band

Posted by Honor Hansen on Thursday, March 1, 2012, In : Accessories 
   
   Rolled flowers have quickly become one of my favorite crafts! I see them used absolutely everywhere and they are so very simple to make! Fabric scraps & hot glue is basically all you need! I have seen them used on everything from clothing, to pillows, to lampshades to jewelry to art.
   The following is a basic tutorial of how to make rolled flowers. At the end on a whim I added them to some twine to make a headband. Here we go!


You will need fabric that can be cut into strips, hot glue...

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