Smart and simple! Pity I can’t remember where I read this from.
Read too much refashion blogs and tutorials to actually feel confident to make my own clothes. Although I’m far from successful when it comes to making clothes from scratch, refashioning with scissors is more doable.
I updated this old tank top yesterday, ripping it with my scissors while Jingheng was napping.
My very first t shirt recon! I think it’s quite nice (haha!)a although it’s not my usual style. At least it’s and I’ll wear it now rather than let it lie in the cupboard.
Note to self:
- Cut thicker strips next time. I’m not sure if the strips can survive the normal machine wash now.
Organising accessories is a such headache. This is such a smart, easy and unobtrusive way to store hairbands/headbands neatly. By pluckymomo.
I love it when you can make it with things found readily at home.
She also a project for your hairclips/ hairbows. This is very scrap-bookish and artsy. Can you spot the hairbows?
I bet it smells amazing too!
(By the way, no longer cool to say “amazing”. It’s been thrown into the world of banish by Michigan’s Lake Superior State University in its 2011 List of Words Banished from the Queen’s English for Misuse, Overuse and General Uselessness. Don’t say I said the word. Thank you in advance. Oops, this too.)
I promised to share Eve’s playdough recipe, and it’s long overdue due to procrastination from moi. Here is it from the awesome mama herself:
My recipe is: