This post comes from our blog intern, Aubrie!
I have a bunch of plain white kitchen towels that I use for everything Read More
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
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
When I first came to Free People, I remember falling in love with the giant zen garden that was in the lobby. It was filled with crochet-covered rocks and tiny little trinkets, and FP girls would draw all different designs in the sand to help calm and relax their minds. Read More
Being present is such an important component of living a happy, peaceful, and fulfilling life. We’re all about living in the now here at Free People, and we’re taking every step we can to enjoy each moment, appreciate the little things, and truly live. Read More
When cold weather comes, with it comes an overwhelming urge to make my home as cozy as can be. There’s something about string lights that can really give off that cozy feeling, and today’s DIY uses them in the cutest way I’ve ever seen. Read More
Corn husk dolls were made by Native Americans way back in the day, as a way for little girls to have a friend they could take with them everywhere. After making one today, I can’t believe I ever stopped playing with dolls – they are SO much fun. Read More
The most difficult part of working out is actually getting yourself to do it – at least, that’s what it’s been in my experience! Read More
UPDATE: This post originally ran on June 27, 2012. We wanted to highlight it again because this would be the perfect activity for a warm August afternoon!
Are you guys familiar with the awesome Japanese gardening technique known as kokedama? These hanging string gardens have been catching my eye all summer, and I knew I had to make my own! Read More
I’ve always loved the idea of stamping spoons to use as garden markers or just to make them a bit more personal, but for some reason I was always under the impression that it would be difficult. Read More