Hello my wonderful friends!
I love my planner, I love decorating it, writing down my schedule for the week and I also love adding my adorable stickers, washi and more to my planner. When I sit down to plan for the week, I like to have my planner supply on hand and ready for use. I used to have my stickers in a binder and that worked for a small time but I found myself not placing my stickers back in the binder. I just never liked it, it wasn’t for me. I didn’t like that my stickers would fly out of the page protectors or the fact that to keep them in place I had to use my paper clips.
So I went to work designing a planner organizational system that would work for me (for the time being). I upcycled an old frozen pizza box I had for some time and decided to design my planner organization.
Below is a video I made sharing my step by step instruction for the Sticker Organizer:
I hope this inspires you to create an organizational system for your planner sticker supplies! If you do create an organizer I would love to see it on Instagram (and cheer you on!) make sure to use the hashtag #hipncreative or tag me @hipncreative. Thank you so much for stopping by! Until next time guys I hope you have a wonderful day!
So today I’m sharing my third Moana Inspired birthday project; my DIY Moana Boat and Oar. If you haven’t seen my other two Moana party decor/props you can check it out here and here.
We wanted to create a prop for the family to take fun photos with the kids. This project was a bit time consuming but the end result was well worth it.
What you’ll need (for the boat)…
- Long Cardboard box
- brown paper roll (From Homes Depot – used for flooring)
- red paint (optional -craft store)
- box cutter
- white fabric (for the sail)
I’m back with another tutorial for you guys. Like I mentioned before we previously celebrated my daughter’s 10th birthday (you can find the tutorial here). The party was Moana themed – which is one of our favorite movies so far. We decided to make our own Maui Fish hook. I’m very proud of my girl because she did the majority of the project herself and I think she did a phenomenal job!
What you’ll need…
- White foam board (Dollar Tree)
- Brown Marker or paint
- Glue Gun and sticks
- white painters tape (dollar tree)
- White paint (found at craft stores)
- Tan felt fabric
A while ago we celebrated my youngest daughters birthday. She was turning 10 and wanted a Moana themed birthday party. I prefer to DIY as much of my kids party decor as I can because a) it’s sometimes cheaper for me to use whatever left over products I have and b) I’m crazy like that and like to torture myself with extra work!
I recruited my daughter to help me with this project and I have to say it was a super simple project and we had so much fun working together. So let’s get started..
What you’ll need..
- Bamboo skewers (Dollar Tree or Supermarket) cut in half
- Paper towel rolls or toilet paper
- Brown paper bags
- tape or glue
- Green Paper
- 2″ foam ball (Dollar Tree or Craft store) cut in half
- Flower Pot (Dollar Tree)
- rocks (Dollar tree)
Thank you so much for joining me today. I hope you all have a wonderful day and if you do create your own palm trees, please make sure to share your talents with me on Instagram using the hashtag #hipnreative or tag me @hipncreative so I can peep your mad skills and cheer you on!
Hey friends, I hope you’re all doing well this beautiful Monday! Today I’m sharing how we turned our hold doors into a fresh modern door with just a few simple tools. I have to be honest and say that this project was easy and cheap. Especially since we had most of the tools on hand.
DOOR RENOVATION PROJECT
You will need…
- Paint of your choice
- paint brushes
- Liquid nails
- spray paint of your choice – for the hardware
- Sander (optional)
- finishing nail (optional)
- clamps or painters tape to hold down the trim while they dry
- horses or a stand for the the door to rest on
The first thing I did (after taking down my door) was to remove the hinges and door knob then sanded it down. This is totally optional, I did it because the doors we had had a lot of bumps and scratches and this would help us to paint without too much showing through.
Once we sanded the doors, we then proceeded with our first layer of paint. We then measured how we wanted our trim to look. This trim we bought was from Home Depot and cost about $1.29/sq. foot. We bought four 8 foot pieces which was enough for us to use on 2 doors. We measured about 6 inches from the top of the door. My wonderful husband then helped with the cutting of the trim. (because I’m totally a chicken when it comes to big machines lol).
We added some liquid nails to the back of the cut trim and held them in place with clamps. Since our doors are a bit warped we decided to add some finishing nails to keep them in place. (We were concerned that the trim would fall off in the future) We also added some caulk to fill in any gaps that were showing from the door and trim.
We finished off the door with a second coat of paint. We also spray painted our hardware with some matte black spray paint. I absolute love it and thinks the doors look way better than before. I managed to video tape some of the painting process and have it below. If you haven’t done so yet you should head over to my Youtube channel. I post new videos every week and it would mean so much to me to have you there.