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Our friend and fellow blogger Alison Faulkner Robertson, “compulsive crafter, baker, and sharer,” and star of The Alison Show, is already welcoming summer with her new experiment, “30 Days of Awesome.”
It’s not the big gifts that get me frantic each holiday season.
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Spring is here and it’s time to get started on those home remodeling and landscaping projects you have been thinking about all Winter.
I spent the weekend coming up with a few different variations of back to school gift ideas.
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Thanks to DisneyPixar’s Monsters University for sponsoring this post.
A ladylike upgrade to a basic umbrella, I think these stenciled roses are so pretty!
Perfect for the little ladies, this updated umbrella gets a dose of glitter butterflies made using dollar store glitter foam butterfly cut-outs and Fabri-Tac, a permanent fabric adhesive.Get
Eeek! How cute is this umbrella? A clear umbrella gets an awesome upgrade with raining cats and dogs created with Sharpie marker and paint.Get
I love this super cool and modern umbrella with it’s geometric pattern of triangles.
Another twist on the polka dotted umbrella, I love this peek-a-boo version with polka dots painted on the underside of the umbrella.
Another super easy technique for creating a stylishly polka dotted umbrella, all you need here is the umbrella of your choice, acrylic paint and a circle sponge brush.Get
On rainy days, why not embrace the weather with an adorable rain drop umbrella? All you need is an umbrella, fabric paint and a paint brush!Get
A look that is both preppy and classy, I love the bold chic white stripes on this black umbrella, created using tailor’s chalk, a paintbrush and white paint.Get
Guys, splatter paint is about to make a serious comeback. Mark my words.
This umbrella is so gosh darn pretty that it’s outright inspiring!
Click through for 10 fashionable DIY umbrellas you’ll look forward to carrying!
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A step up from the beer koozie, but just as practical. I love these leather cup jackets for jazzing up Dad’s cocktails or lemonade all summer long!Get
I basically don’t know any guy who doesn’t love manning the grill in the summer months, so this manly BBQ-ready apron made with a freezer paper technique and paint is just perfect for Father’s Day!Get
Such a fun idea for the foodie, these sweet DIY sampler boxes make a great Father’s Day gift – load them up with cured meats, sweets, and other fun treats!Get
Ever a lady who can’t resist a laugh, I’m crazy about this stud tee shirt made with an embroidery hoop, ModPodge, fabric paint and a basic white tee.Get
Especially cool for the dad who dons ties for work, this shrinky dink tie tack will surely make him smile!
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