Post image for Expand Your Closet With This Hat Band DIY

My favorite kind of accessories are the ones that instantly expand the options already existing in my closet: A statement belt, a removable collar, and hat bands to name just a few. The latter of those three just happens to be a ridiculously easy DIY that you can whip up in mere minutes. Read more »

Post image for DIY Hoop & Yarn Wall Hanging For Your Home

I love adding new visual elements to my home: A piece of artwork created by a close friend, a photograph taped to a wall, or something small created with my own two hands. Read more »

Maïa -Sep 19, 2014, 7:07AM
This is a nice idea ! It looks like a dreamcatcher ! x, Maïa http://www.wildandfolkheart.com
kate -Sep 17, 2014, 2:29PM
https://vimeo.com/105924541 remind me this <3

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Post image for Fall Container Planting DIY With Terrain

Changing up your decor is a great way to visually transition to a new season. Read more »

Ashley -Sep 10, 2014, 5:50PM
Thank you for the inspiration, I am in the middle of getting my planters fall ready. http://charcoalandash.blogspot.com
Alexandra -Sep 10, 2014, 12:57PM
I adore the look of this but I am SO BAD at keeping plants alive - especially in my office space where I'd love some. Warm Regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com

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Post image for How To Take A Better Self-Portrait

Sometimes the only camera I feel truly comfortable in front of is the one with no one behind it.  Read more »

SIA -Sep 16, 2014, 2:40PM
Great photos :)
jen @ marshmallows and margaritas -Sep 15, 2014, 7:06PM
I have a remote, but I haven't been able to figure out how to get it to work without pointing it directly at the camera -- it won't take a picture when I'm hiding it. I may not have had the camera on automatic focus, though, so perhaps that is the issue.

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Post image for How To Care For Cashmere

Cashmere. The name alone brings to mind feather-light luxury. Read more »

Kate -Sep 14, 2014, 12:11PM
Where can I buy it?
Pina -Sep 03, 2014, 11:05AM
Where did you get that cashmere pullover? It's so pretty!

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Post image for Customize Your Carry-On With A DIY Luggage Tag

How many times have you found yourself standing in baggage claim, a parade of nearly identical black bags marching before you, completely bewildered as to which one belongs to you? Read more »

Maïa -Sep 02, 2014, 10:29AM
Really good idea ! And really simple ! x, Maïa www.wildandfolkheart.com
samywatkins -Sep 01, 2014, 10:06PM
Cute Idea. I would use a brighter leather or fabric so it stands out more. http://sanesamysays.blogspot.com/

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Post image for DIY Fruit Rind Air Fresheners

This little trick that I’m about to introduce you to might just be the simplest and most natural way to get rid of bad odors.  Read more »

Bec -Sep 15, 2014, 4:16AM
How amazing! They look beautiful too. x
hazel -Sep 01, 2014, 8:55PM
Did not know about sea salt as an air freshener. I use lemons and limes a lot in cooking and drink making. Cheap and easy way to make air fresheners considering I already buy all of this stuff and have it on hand. http://blog.freepeople.com/2014/08/bananas-oats-meet-easiest-cookies/#comment-595626

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Post image for Summer Meets Fall With Pressed Flower Candles

The soft murmur of a new season is on the horizon. Suddenly, we’re all sick of wearing sandals and cut offs, and sure, we still love the beach, but does it have to be so hot every day? The collective yearning for apples and cider, cold air, and layers. Read more »

Jessica -Sep 03, 2014, 10:55AM
From previous candle making experience essential oils don't work well for scenting candles, but you can buy actual candle scent oils online (I use eBay.) They're pretty inexpensive and work alot better :) xx
kinzalamar -Sep 01, 2014, 9:47PM
I love candles especially in the fall. Making my own would be a nice fall craft to do with my sister. I think I will try putting essential oils so the candle smells nice. http://kinzielamar.blogspot.com

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Post image for 3 Soft-Focus Lens Effects You Can Make Right Now

Think back to when you first discovered your favorite hobby – remember that initial passion you felt? That knowledge that you had found something special, something that would inevitably become a part of you. Read more »

Lara @ Methodical Living -Sep 10, 2014, 1:26PM
These tricks are amazing! Thanks for sharing! -Lara
-Aug 24, 2014, 2:24PM
I you want a sort of hazy/foggy effect, breath onto your lens and take a couple shots before the moisture disappears. It gives photos a lovely soft quality.

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Post image for 2 Mini String DIYs

Take a regular-sized object, scale it down to look like something from a tiny universe, and my heart just melts. Read more »

Aydee -Sep 03, 2014, 12:28AM
Thank you for this tutorial. Macrame had seemed too overwhelming to try but this mini version was perfect for a first timer. I found everything I needed around the house and am so pleased with the result. Super cute!
Faiza -Aug 16, 2014, 10:11PM
I actually just received a mini orchid from a friend. I think this is the perfect opportunity to create the macramé hanger. http://etsy.com/shop/eathlingcreations/

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Post image for DIY Boot Chains: Dress Up Your Favorite Shoes For Fall

If they’re not already, boots should most definitely be a staple in your wardrobe. A pair of timeless black ankle boots have the ability to make even the sweetest of summer dresses suddenly feel tough, and take a simple jeans-and-tee look from “laundry day” to date night. Read more »

Pat -Aug 14, 2014, 12:32PM
WOW, I love this idea. I had placed a pair of clip on earrings on my flip-flops and then painted the bands with the 'sparkle' nail polish available and they looked so much better!! Pat
Hypnotica Vintage -Aug 14, 2014, 10:07AM
I've been meaning to make some leather boot chains with conchos, but I keep putting off my visit to the cowboy shop for supplies. This might give me a push in the right direction. http://www.etsy.com/shop/HypnoticaVintage

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Post image for Transform Your Denim With Leather And Lace

No matter the season, there’s nothing better than the perfect pair of jeans. Read more »

Beth -Aug 29, 2014, 1:59PM
I've done some patching using embroidered motifs cut from vintage doilies and runners onto denim and cutoffs. It's also a great way to cover stains in shirts. I cut out lace motifs from a table cloth and sewed them all over a tee starting with the coffee stain I was covering up.
fp julie -Aug 11, 2014, 3:18PM
Liz - I would recommend either hand washing with a very mild detergent or taking them to a dry cleaner (the dry cleaner is most likely your best bet)

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