Hello my awesome and fantabulous friends! I hope you’re all doing great this beautiful fall day! I am in such a good mood (as you can tell!) Aside from my kitchen sink busting out and water getting everywhere, I have had a very productive week and am excited for the weekend.
I had the pleasure of going to my local Dollar Tree and found some awesome stuff that I had to share with you! Check it out below and let me know what your favorite DT finds are! Also comment below what’s your favorite animal. Mine is the Unicorn!! Beautiful mystic creature 🙂 Yes it’s so cliche now a days but as far back as I could remember my favorite animal was the unicorn. (I also have love for dolphins!)
Thank you so much for taking the time out to check my videos! Make sure you’re subscribed so you don’t miss a thing!
Talk to you soon!
I have a vanity I love, and even though I am not big on make up I do like to wear it on occasion or when I feel like stepping up my wardrobe game. Today I wanted to share with you my recent vanity cleaning and organization. It is so nice to have everything I need in a neat and organized space. The best part of is that I freed up some much needed space and my vanity desk top is clean and clear!
I hope you enjoyed vanity organization and cleaning ideas and inspiration. For more organization, DIYs & home decor ideas, like this video! Follow me on youtube! It would truly mean so much to have my blog friends join me! I hope you like the video and I inspired you to organize your space! Make sure to share your favorite organized space with me on instagram by tagging me@hipncreative. Until next time friends!
I have been wanting to redo my laundry room for some time now. I think the previous owner didn’t use the room to it’s fullest potential. The room is a nice size and i cannot wait to revamp it, so when I went to Target recently I knew that some of the Valentine decor would be perfect for my laundry room/ new office. I also made a few Dollar Tree DIY projects that will go perfect with the office decor. Stay tuned to see the laundry room redo (coming very soon!) but for now I want to show you some DIY room decor I made using products from Target and the Dollar Tree:
Please make sure to head on over to my YouTube channel and subscribe if you haven’t done so yet, and share with your friends! Have a great day!
With all the Deco Mesh projects I’ve been doing I thought I’d share one more super simple tutorial. I recently needed a decoration for my dining room window. I had some left over deco mesh ribbon so I decided to make a bow for the top of my window. I love how it came out and wanted to show you how you can make one yourself!
Have a wonderful weekend!
What’s up guys! I hope your having a wonderful week so far! Today I wanted to share with you 3 super easy, fun and affordable DIY Christmas Ornament Tutorial. I think they are so cute and I love it so much!
The first Christmas Ornament is a simple, yet elegant Pipe Cleaner Wreath. What you will need for this project:
- 4 pipe cleaners
- ribbon *optional
- rhinestones or other embelishements *optional
- glue gun & glue
Directions: Grab a pipe cleaner and wind it around the pencil as tightly as you can. Then smoosh the pipe cleaner, do this to all three stems. Then take the 4th pipe cleaner and thread it through the coiled pipe cleaners. Next twist the threaded pipe cleaner to make the circle of the wreath. Now is the fun part, decorating your wreath. You can use ribbons, rhinestones, etc. Now glue your embelishments.
Next is the Cute and Simple Glitter Ornament. What you will need:
- Ornament of your choosing
- Glue Dots
All you have to do is adhere the glue dots onto the ornament and dip on glue. That’s it super easy right?!
For our final DIY ornament project we will be creating Hot Glue Snowflake. What you will need for thei project:
- Glue Gun and Glue
- Snowflake patter or freehand
- parchment paper *to keep glue from sticking
This project is the easiest and the neatest in my opinion. All you have to do is “draw” a snowflake onto parchment paper and add glitter. You need to be super quick about it or the glue will dry before you can add the glitter. Another alternative is to use spray paint. Wait for the glue to dry (a few seconds) and spray with your choice of spray paint. That’s it.
I hope this tutorial was super helpful. As before, I made a video tutorial on my youtube channel showing you step by step my simple how to. If you create this project, I would love to see it. Be sure to post it on instagram tagging me @hipncreative. I’d love to see your awesome work!