Adding another cuff to my collection makes me giddy! When I scooped up a $2.00 leather belt from a thrift store I knew just what to make. You can follow my tutorial here. The Real Deal: It cost less than $3.00 to make this cuff.
My biggest pet peeve surrounding St. Patty's holiday is that some people feel the need, or think they have the right, to pinch me if I'm not wearing green. Apparently, my son's green snot on my shirt does not count. This year I plan to ward off
Make one of these first. Or any of these really. Measure your waist. Cut 2 strips of 4mm elastic equal to the circumference of your waist. Use hot glue to attach the elastic. You can just as easily stitch the elastic to the flower with a needle
I am in love with this cuff. Surely you can see why! Let's call her Sparky. Sparky can be splendid with a wide array of wardrobes. Let's take a peek at how to make Sparky all that she is… Start with mixing a 1:1 ratio of glitter
This is a fun one! Give it a try… The measurements given will accommodate wrist sizes between 5 and 7 inches around. Start with 24 inches of 1/2 inch wide ribbon. Fold one end under 3/4 of an inch and pin in place. Fold again and pin.