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DIY Lucky Charms Baggies

I was given free product from Oriental Trading in return for this blog post.This review is based strictly on my opinion. I was provided the sample free of product charge by the company to provide my honest review. No other type of compensation was received. All ideas and opinions are my own.

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DIY Lucky Charms Baggies

Nothing better on St. Patrick’s Day than the marshmallows from Lucky Charms! (If only the cereal was only marshmallows, am I right?) And what better way to celebrate St. Patty’s than to give a baggie of just the Lucky Charms mallows!

Supplies

  • Cinch-tie canvas bags
  • Acrylic paint + brushes
  1. Paint first the pink arch of the Lucky Charms rainbow marshmallow. Let it dry.
  2. Paint second the yellow arch, followed by the blue arch. Let them dry.
  3. Using white paint, paint the sparkles. Let it dry. That’s it!

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DIY Simple Pom Pom Beanie

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So in case you don’t follow me on Instagram, (follow me here), I’ve just recently made the move from Nebraska to Utah! (I’m going back to school to get my degree.) And also in case you haven’t heard on the news, but Utah has just been getting snow dump after snow dump! So I figured it’s time to update one of my plain beanies in preparation for the next snow dump!

DIY Simple Pom Pom Beanie

Supplies:

  • Plain beanie
  • Dual-colored pom pom
  • Needle + thread
  1. Thread your needle, being sure you have plenty of thread.
  2. Holding the pom pom in place, begin sewing the bottom of the pom pom onto the top of the beanie. Loop through the pom pom plenty of times so it doesn’t flop around.
  3. When you’re finished, tie a knot inside the beanie.

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DIY Clay Avocado Jewelry Dish + A GIVEAWAY

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Whenever I watch people make homemade guacamole, I love watching the part when they scoop out the avocado out of the halved skin. (…Which reminds me! I have leftover guacamole from Chipotle in the fridge that must be eaten. Score!) I look at that empty skin and think, “that look like it would make an excellent jewelry dish.” And then I had the idea to make this cutie!

Here’s to avocados! The ones that got ripe then went bad in one day (so it seems), the ones that are put on toast, and the ones get turned into that delicious guac (that costs extra, of course).

And for the first time ever, I’m doing a giveaway of this craft I made! Enter to win this exact avocado jewelry dish below!

DIY Clay Avocado Jewelry Dish

Supplies:

  • Air-dry clay
  • Knife
  • Round, plastic bowl
  • Acrylic paints
  1. Start off by rolling out some clay. You can use either a rolling pin, or a glass from the kitchen cupboard.
  2. Use the knife to cut out the avocado shape. Dab your finger in water, and run your finger on the cut sides to smooth out the edges. Set this aside.
  3. Get more clay, and roll it into a ball. Make it a size compatible with your avocado part that you just cut out. Think, “avocado pit!”
    Use the kitchen knife to score (or, make small cuts on) the bottom of the ball/pit, then stick it on the avocado shape-clay piece.
  4. Carefully transfer your piece to a plastic bowl to let it dry for 24 hours. (This is how the clay will get the round, dish shape!)
  5. After 24 hours of drying, carefully remove your clay piece from the bowl.
  6. Get out your paints, and paint the base bright green. Let it dry.
    Then paint the pit brown. Let it dry.
    Finally, use a darker green to paint the darker green ring. Let it dry.
  7. Drop your jewelry, your car keys, your loose change, etc. in the dish!

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DIY Lucky Charms Baggies

I was given free product from Oriental Trading in return for this blog post.This review is based strictly on my opinion. I was provided the sample free of product charge by the company to provide my honest review. No other type of compensation was received. All ideas and opinions are my own.

DIY Lucky Charms Baggies 1 DIY Lucky Charms Baggies 2

DIY Lucky Charms Baggies

Nothing better on St. Patrick’s Day than the marshmallows from Lucky Charms! (If only the cereal was only marshmallows, am I right?) And what better way to celebrate St. Patty’s than to give a baggie of just the Lucky Charms mallows!

Supplies

  • Cinch-tie canvas bags
  • Acrylic paint + brushes
  1. Paint first the pink arch of the Lucky Charms rainbow marshmallow. Let it dry.
  2. Paint second the yellow arch, followed by the blue arch. Let them dry.
  3. Using white paint, paint the sparkles. Let it dry. That’s it!

DIY Lucky Charms Baggies 3

DIY Lucky Charms Baggies 4

Other Posts You’ll Love: Insta-DIY Marbleized St. Patty’s Cups

 

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DIY Simple Pom Pom Beanie

DIy Simple Pom Pom Beanie 1

DIy Simple Pom Pom Beanie 2

So in case you don’t follow me on Instagram, (follow me here), I’ve just recently made the move from Nebraska to Utah! (I’m going back to school to get my degree.) And also in case you haven’t heard on the news, but Utah has just been getting snow dump after snow dump! So I figured it’s time to update one of my plain beanies in preparation for the next snow dump!

DIY Simple Pom Pom Beanie

Supplies:

  • Plain beanie
  • Dual-colored pom pom
  • Needle + thread
  1. Thread your needle, being sure you have plenty of thread.
  2. Holding the pom pom in place, begin sewing the bottom of the pom pom onto the top of the beanie. Loop through the pom pom plenty of times so it doesn’t flop around.
  3. When you’re finished, tie a knot inside the beanie.

DIy Simple Pom Pom Beanie 3

DIy Simple Pom Pom Beanie 4

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DIY Clay Avocado Jewelry Dish + A GIVEAWAY

DIY Clay Avocado Jewelry Dish 1

DIY Clay Avocado Jewelry Dish 2

Whenever I watch people make homemade guacamole, I love watching the part when they scoop out the avocado out of the halved skin. (…Which reminds me! I have leftover guacamole from Chipotle in the fridge that must be eaten. Score!) I look at that empty skin and think, “that look like it would make an excellent jewelry dish.” And then I had the idea to make this cutie!

Here’s to avocados! The ones that got ripe then went bad in one day (so it seems), the ones that are put on toast, and the ones get turned into that delicious guac (that costs extra, of course).

And for the first time ever, I’m doing a giveaway of this craft I made! Enter to win this exact avocado jewelry dish below!

DIY Clay Avocado Jewelry Dish

Supplies:

  • Air-dry clay
  • Knife
  • Round, plastic bowl
  • Acrylic paints
  1. Start off by rolling out some clay. You can use either a rolling pin, or a glass from the kitchen cupboard.
  2. Use the knife to cut out the avocado shape. Dab your finger in water, and run your finger on the cut sides to smooth out the edges. Set this aside.
  3. Get more clay, and roll it into a ball. Make it a size compatible with your avocado part that you just cut out. Think, “avocado pit!”
    Use the kitchen knife to score (or, make small cuts on) the bottom of the ball/pit, then stick it on the avocado shape-clay piece.
  4. Carefully transfer your piece to a plastic bowl to let it dry for 24 hours. (This is how the clay will get the round, dish shape!)
  5. After 24 hours of drying, carefully remove your clay piece from the bowl.
  6. Get out your paints, and paint the base bright green. Let it dry.
    Then paint the pit brown. Let it dry.
    Finally, use a darker green to paint the darker green ring. Let it dry.
  7. Drop your jewelry, your car keys, your loose change, etc. in the dish!

DIY Clay Avocado Jewelry Dish 3

DIY Clay Avocado Jewelry Dish 1

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