SO, several things occured to me this past week. One, it has been a hot minute since I posted a DIY tutorial on this blog. Second, August 13th marked Bella and Edward's 10th wedding anniversary (their 15th if you're a true Twihard and go by the books like me). Third, the #TwilightRenaissance on TikTok is the only thing getting me through this unending pandemic.
So, in the end, I decided to make this DIY Twilight Quote Decor with Canva! Keep reading to learn how to make your own!
I think we can all agree that Bernie Sanders stole the show during the 2021 Inauguration with his fabulous mittens. I mean, it doesn't get much better than a thick, comfy pair of mittens on a cold winter day. And, naturally, as soon as I saw them, I just knew I had to crochet them. So keep reading to learn how to make your own pair, too!
I don't know about you, but I've started to see the evil eye everywhere. I've seen it in clothes, jewelry, and even home decor! So when I started working on my new granny square tank tops, I just knew that the granny square pattern I was using would be the perfect way to incorporate the evil eye into a new crochet project. Keep reading for my evil eye granny square pattern!
Is it me, or did 2019 just fly by? I'm just now realizing that I haven't published a blog post since October! I had a seriously busy Christmas season, so I spent a lot of time making and shipping orders during the past 3 months instead of writing cool blog posts.
However, now that it is 2020, I am well into my New Year's Resolutions and one of those is post more blog posts! Today, I have a fun Valentine's blog post for you. I have been spending a lot of time on Etsy lately and I have found so many great gifts. And with Valentine's Day right around the corner, it seemed like a good time to share the best ones.
Keep reading to see some of the best Valentine's Day Gifts on Etsy!
I didn't think think October would ever get here! Between my wedding anniversary, the cool weather, and, of course, Halloween, this is my favorite time of year and it seemed like it took forever to get here. But now that it is here, I have been going all out! I've been selling at the Tarboro Market, planning a Halloween party, and, most importantly, crafting!
My favorite piece that I have made so far is this "Home Sweet Haunted Home" sign and today, I am sharing the tutorial so you can make one, too!
Ah! September 1. Fall is right around the corner and it's officially Spooky Season in my house! That means my house is littered with pumpkins and fall leaves and I am knee deep in yarn working on all my favorite crocheted fall goodies! In honor of the approaching fall season, I thought that I would share my crochet patterns for all my fall motifs.
Summer isn't complete without a thrift flip so guess what I have in store for you today! :) My latest thrift flip is one of my favorites! This time, I turned a maxi skirt into a romper! Not only did this thrift flip turn out to be super cute, but it was super easy, too! Keep reading to see the simple way I turned a maxi skirt into a strapless romper!
I'm all for being eco-friendly. That's why when I found my dog, Jasper, started chewing the straps off of my flip flops, I knew I didn't want to throw them away. Thankfully, I had a great a idea for reusing them: crochet sandals! Crocheting these cute sandals out of this old pair of flips flops was actually pretty easy once I got going. This project only takes a few hours to whip up and will leave your feel looking stylish for the rest of summer!
I've been so inspired by all the cute summer tops I have been seeing recently! Between that and all the velvet yarn on the market, I just knew I would have to make a velvet bralette before the summer was over. The result was this super cute and super soft velvet bra that makes for the perfect lounge bra, as well as a great festival top! Keep reading for the free crochet bra pattern!
This week, Beanies & Weenies has been graced by a guest post from April Williams at Pretty Rugged Designs! April is an artist and lifestyle designer who is very dedicated to creating an eco-friendly and zero waste lifestyle. She is even the operator of our local market- The Tarboro Market. Check her out!
When it comes to zero waste, it has definitely been a journey, almost like a circle. I started with vintage and what I already owned, just trying not to buy things I didn't absolutely need. Eventually things started to wear out, get too expensive or I'd realize I didn't really use items as much as I thought I would. My personal favorite is DIY, refilling my vintage containers at home.
Why I do zero waste- the bottom line is I love saving money, it makes shopping less distracting and helps me better invest my money in the local community. But there's some things that aren't available yet at the local brick and mortar stores. So, I phoned a friend saying, "Hey I'm about to buy some things off Amazon would you like to be apart of this??" Yep, so here we are. Happy shopping!
I'm Jennifer, a 21 year-old crochet, DIY, and marketing enthusiast who loves sharing my projects and travel and lifestyle posts with the world. I also help people start their own blogging journey through my business, JHB Communications.
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