I love beautiful gift wrapping! And I really love it when it gives you a little hint at what might be inside the package, like this boho style gift packaging. This package is wrapped in pretty wrapping paper, of course, but then accented with leather and lace instead of ribbon, and a gift topper made with feathers and silk flowers. A beautiful mix of materials.
Use printer paper and bargain plain white gift bags to create these stunning, sculptural, monochromatic paper flower gift bags. What an elegant way to wrap a gift for any occasion! The smallest bags would make amazing wedding favors.
I only had a few hours to pull this costume together, and love how it turned out. Our little flower fairy costume features a tulle tutu skirt and a bodice made from real leaves. It's almost no-sew, too, and could easily be done without any sewing at all.
I created a tutorial to show how to make a costume of Peter Pan's escaped shadow. It's a fun twist on a traditional costume, and it's incredibly easy to make. No sewing required! Just a little felt, scissors, hot glue... it's easy!
I'm so excited for the new How to Train Your Dragon movie! And I even got to make these fun fondant topped sugar cookies for an amazing party thrown by Frog Prince Paperie. Check out that website for tons of party details, and visit the Tikkido blog for a tutorial for making these cookies yourself.
Turn a plain notebook into a fabulous and fun one with just a bit of that mesmerizing reversible sequin mermaid fabric. Flip the sequins back and forth with a brush of your finger and watch the color change. You'll love it, and so will anyone lucky enough to get this as a gift! Best of all? No sewing required. It starts with a plain notebook from the dollar store and is finished off with a h
Make your own custom wax seal stamp (with your logo, or whatever you desire) instead of paying $100 for a custom design. All you need is some polymer clay (like Sculpey or FIMO), a toothpick, and an oven.
Super easy pop up techniques can be used to make amazing cards and invitations, like this one for the My Little Pony birthday party. A single technique is used here--just layered three times--to make this cute mountain scene.
Save HUNDREDS of dollars by making your own wedding veil. It's incredibly easy to do, and costs so little, and can be customized to look exactly like you want it to. Instructions for a classic, end gathered veil in the post.
I love Pottery Barn's rustic rope serving trays, but not the $70 price tag. My version only took a few minutes to make and cost about $2. All it took was a little bit of rope, some foam core board, and a glue gun.
Add a little bit of fairy or woodland magic to any cake or cupcake with these sparkly, edible gum paste toadstools. They're extremely easy and quick to make, and add the perfect whimsical touch to your baked goods.
Planning a party with fiesta flair for Cinco de Mayo or Dia de los Muertes? These miniature tissue paper flowers look like the classic Mexican folk art tissue paper flowers and make the perfect party embellishments.
Make this flower garden themed gift basket for Mother's Day or Teacher Appreciation Week using just items from the dollar store. The Teacher appreciation Week version includes instructions on how to make easy origami flowers out of cash.
Make durable faux wax seals for your envelopes and favors that won't crumble! They're made out of polymer clay like Sculpey or Fimo. Add them to invitations, envelopes, favors, and so much more. It only takes about 15 minutes (including baking time) to make up a bunch of these beautiful embellishments!
Tutorials for making three types of easy felt flowers perfect for so many crafts. No sewing or special tools (like a cricut or other fancy cutting tool) required! Not even any patterns. I'm teaching you how to make these easy felt flowers completely freehand. All you need is a hot glue gun and a pair of scissors (and the felt, of course). Use the felt flowers to embellish a wreath, a beautifu