Painted Bubba Keg

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  • Bubba Keg
  • Paint
  • Metal Primer
  • Painter’s Tape
  • Mod podge
  • Minwax Polycrylic sealant (blue label)

I started by taping off all the edges and spraying it with metal primer. Then i painted the background blue and worked my way up from the bottom with the other colors. Seal with two layers of mod podge and two layers of Minwax Polycrylic sealant. Make sure you let the mod podge layers dry for at least an hour and let the final polycrylic coat dry for at least 24 hours before use.



Elephant Big/Little Canvases


I started out with four blank 6 by 6 canvases from Michael’s Craft Store. I painted two of them aqua and the other two coral (took about three coats). Then I added the gold designs on top, in order to make the gold more opaque, I did multiple coats of paint. I then traced the elephant silhouettes using a fine tip Sharpie.

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DIY Doily Top


This DIY only took me about 20 minutes, it was super easy. I found a rectangular shaped doily and decided to turn it into a shirt.


 I cut the “built in” bra top out of an undershirt and hand stitched the doily to the top of it. I considered putting elastic straps on the back instead of the fabric but for now it looks good to me! IMG_6128

That’s it! I styled it with my DIY leather fringe skirt.IMG_4230

Lace Dress DIY Upcycle



I found this dress at goodwill which had a very pretty lace overlay pattern and I decided to change it up a bit to make it more modern by hemming it and adding a triangle cutout.



First, I pinned the area of the triangle I wanted to cut.



Then, I cut an upside down T into the fabric.


Then, I carefully folded the fabric under and pinned it. I cut tiny slits into the corners of the bottom fold in order to make it easier to fold over. Try to keep it symmetrical. Sew the triangle and then you’re done!



So happy with my cute new dress!


Diy Leather Fringe Skirt



I picked up a long, elastic waisted skirt from the local goodwill down the street from my house. It was sitting in my fabric pile for a lonnnggg time. I knew I would find something to do with it eventually! A girl can never have enough leather. Except maybe bikers, they probably have enough. However, I stumbled across an awesome tutorial while on pinterest from apairandaspare ( Finally, a cute option for my frumpy leather skirt!


I began by using a seam ripper to take out the lining of the skirt. I then took the elastic out of the waist, took in the sides of the skirt to fit my waist, and added a zipper. The zipper was honestly the hardest part of the entire project!


Next, I chopped off the bottom of the skirt and used a ruler and a thin point sharpie to mark where I wanted to cut the fringe. I ended up cutting my fringe into fourths from the original fringe cut because I made the strands way too wide.




I’m so happy with how it turned out!


Diy Dreamcatcher







  • twine
  • feathers
  • beads
  • wire
  • embroidery hoop
  • embroidery floss
  • hot glue gun
  • doily 


I began by wrapping the twine around the embroidery hoop and hot glueing it in different places to make sure it didn’t unravel. I found it easier to wrap the entire ball of twine around the hoop instead of unraveling the twine first.IMG_5811

Next, I attached my doily using the embroidery floss.
IMG_5812To add a little bit of spice to the doily I wove in some embroidery floss. Yay color! Tape around the edge of the floss to create a makeshift needle.



I added twine to the bottom using the knot seen below.


Add in beads, feathers, twine, braided embroidery floss, anything you want! I used wire to add the small beads and I attached the feathers with a combo of wire and hot glue-putting beads at the top of the feathers to add support and to hide the glue.



The whole project took about 5 hours to complete. I’m adding mine to my bohemian style college apartment room!

DIY Flower Covered Letters



  • Glue gun
  • Fake flowers (I bought mine at Joann’s)
  • Wooden letters (from Michael’s)
  • Scissors

Begin by cutting all of the flowers off their stems and add in a few leaves if you like.

IMG_5710Then start placing the flowers onto the letters and use the hot glue to keep them in place.

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IMG_5715That’s it! Adorable letters that only cost me about $15 to make.