Home/Cakes & Cupcakes/Campfire-free Toasted Marshmallows! S’mores Sheet Cake is an easy summer cake with chocolate cake on graham crackers topped with a layer of toasted marshmallows with an awesome microwave hack!
I’ve been wanting an all white plate wall forever and had been collecting plates every time we went to a thrift store. By the way, I get the impression that Salvation Army buys and sells plates. cause every single store I went to had the same plates. Coincidence or conspiracy? You be the judge. Anyway, I
My first share with The DIY’ers is this awesome couch sleeve that Justin made for our new couch. We don’t have enough room in our house to have an end table on each side of the couch, so Justin being the genius that he is, built a really simple couch sleeve with a cup holder
I decided to try a mash-up of several bathtub trays I’ve seen; paring it down to make the project simple and quick so we can finish it in one evening. I’ve put together a little tutorial on the bathtub tray we’ll be making. First, I measured the edge-to-edge width of our bathtub, which is a
I knocked out the coat hooks this weekend by mounting old doorknobs to a piece of salvaged wood. I coated the door knobs with plasti-dip which gives them a nice grippy texture and prevents coats from sliding off. I started by purchasing a few old doorknobs from the Habitat Restore. They were having a Customer
I love using crimp beads as regular beads (evidenced here), so I used some to make a batch of sparkly DIY bracelets with knotting cord in rich jewel tones. Read on for the how to. Tools and materials: Chinese knotting cord, 1.5mm Jump rings and clasp Fold-over ends (optional) Crimp beads, 2.5mm Rhinestones or crystals in sew-on setting (I
I had to DIY something easy to bring green and blue together. I’ve also gone a little crazy pinning different styles of crystal fan earrings. Combining two trends, I created these DIY crystal fan earrings, using some crystals I had on hand with petite rhinestones from Wander & Hunt. The trick to these do-it-yourself earrings?
Author: Mikayla Martinez It can be so easy to fall into the thought distortion that you don’t have the time or the money to practice self care. So much of prioritizing yourself has been glamorized by the media that it can often feel like the accessibility of taking care of one’s needs and “treating yo’
Thin rings are great because you can wear a ton without cluttering your hands too much. I may have gone a little overboard on this DIY project. I started with one and then they were so easy to make I just couldn’t stop. You will need: – hardware wire – Pliers and a wire cutter
Remember when they changed chalkboards to whiteboards in schools because people had allergies? Seems like everyone has forgotten about that and now I can’t go to a restaurant without a chalkboard wall. I’m not complaining, I have no allergies and I love chalkboards. This is a little DIY project inspired by the new chalk board