of spring via this DIY paper flower tutorial (courtesy of 100 Layer Cak e). This huge paper flower was used in a wedding in lieu of a bouquet, but I can see it in the corner of a living room all year round. The best part is that it's a very simple project for a rainy day and will last for...

Take your skin from dry to dewy with these DIY facials from Fresh Home magazine . Harsh weather outside and dry heat indoors is enough to get even the most low maintenance complexion worked up. Each mask is made with easy-to-find ingredients. Carve out an hour, wrap yourself in some Jack...

Slurpy goodness indeed (though not to be eaten with above DIY doily bowl!) What are you doing this weekend? Have a fabulous weekend! Posted by Chic 'n Cheap Living at 6:50 AM Labels: DIY , FFF

DIY Photo Envelope Liners I am not necessarily the most creative, especially when it comes to making my own stationary. But I know a small touch here and there can create a big impact. These photo envelope liners from Ms. Martha Stewart create that statement and it can be a fun, personal...

APPLIQUE Cut out an heart shape You can also decorate your clothes with some fancy trims: sew (or glue) them randomly or use them to form an heart shape, have a look at the super cute DIY ruffle heart topby soccermomstyle. Ritagliate una forma di un cuore da Se avete delle trine potete...

DIY Though the weather here is rainy and dreary, I'm still appreciating the bright colors and flowers of spring. But if you're like me and don't have a florist nearby, why not make your own flowers (ahh and what a fun rainy day activity)? This flower origami ball is easy, fun, and will never...

DIY I love gifts that can serve multiple purposes. I found this DIY photo card that could also serve as an easy ornament. How lovely that someone can receive your card and put it on their Christmas tree to admire all holiday season! I need to get my act together to do this on time next...

From home improvements to fashion design, the site is every girl's #1 destination for DIY's. Now that everyone seems to be super health conscious and open to using organic products, you can only imagine how many pins there are for make-your-own beauty products. Just scroll through your...

Cheesy Chilli can be found in the book Kitchen: Recipes From the Heart of the Home by Nigella Lawson.

While these intros can be a bit lengthy, they are a delight to read - in several instances I found myself getting excited about foods I don't even like! The introduction of Kitchen: Recipes From the Heart of the Home is required reading for anyone who's new to the kitchen or needs a bit of...

 

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