Pinterest Favorite Terrycloth Toothbrush and Paste Travel Roll in Spring Green...popular little gift...free shipping
This absorbent, terrycloth pouch is the perfect place for your toothbrush and paste when you are away from home. Four 3 inch wide pockets allow for four toothbrushes to travel by plane, car, or across town and stay dry and sanitary while away from home. Or it's the perfect place to tuck 1-3 toothbrushes and your favorite tube of paste! No more soggy baggies, wet plastic caddies, or unsanitary solutions! Great for sleepovers, going to camp, a night at Grandma's, going to college, or for your…
Rugs, Rugs All Around
I have been wanting to have a great and space saving way to display and store some of my crochet rugs. And since I have been thinking about maybe selling my items locally in a small craft store, together with my parents we designed and made this awesome ladder to display my rugs and hanging hearts. A shorter version would also be nice for hanging a duvet or blankets. Here is one of my newest hearts. This beautiful pink heart has wings. I'll need to make this and more similar hearts available…
Knit Topper for a Tea Towel
I recently came across a crocheted towel holder on Pinterest. Since I only knit, this is my attempt at creating a similar towel topper with the most basic knit of all: garter stitch.
Cheap Bathroom Fix Ups for Any Family! • The Budget Decorator
The family bathroom is one of the hardest working rooms in our home, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be attractive! Here are some inexpensive and easy fix ups for... Read More
Tee emaliastioista keväisiä koristeita
Värikkäät emaliastiat muuttuvat pienellä tuunauksella keväisiksi koristeiksi. Kauniit emaliastiat taipuvat kakun kuvuksi, seinäkelloksi ja kerrosamppeliksi.
Heti alkuun totean - ylläoleva kierrätyskynttilänjalka ei ole oma ideani. Löysin mahtavan oivalluksen ruotsalaisen stylistin, Anna Lidströmin blogista. Hauska ja helppo idea, eikö :). Nyt vaan metsästämään hylättyjä tiilenjärkäleitä jostain... :: I found this inventive recycling idea from the blog of a swedish stylist, Anna Idström. A great idea, isn't it :)