So I went to this Halloween dance at my college as a classy Venusian. I pretty much just bought a ton of googly eyes and put them everywhere haha
Easy & Fun Headphone Tutorial:
-super easy tutorial to make your everyday headphones so adorable. (this does use a lot of string so make sure you have at least 3 things of string!)
- To start, just tie a normal knot at the base of the headphones (where you plug it in at)
- Now with your string, tie a basic friendship knot over the cord of the headphones.
- Continue until you run out of string, (which you will) & to start the other string just repeat steps 1 & 2!
- When you get to where the cord splits for the earphones, just repeat steps 1-3 until you are finished with both sides & your done!!!
so doing this!
truebluemeandyou: DIY Morse Code Necklace. Reblogging because I just went to Michaels and got supplies for probably 15 of these necklaces for $11.50. It breaks down to 2 packages silver tube beads 2/$5 on sale, 170 silver spacer beads $1.50 (friend used coupon), 5 pack natural cord colors including black $2.50 (used coupon), 2 pack bright blue and yellow cord $2.50 = $11.50. And I’ll have tons of cord and spacer beads left over.
DIY Anthropologie Inspired Morse Code Necklace/Bracelet (DIY on top, lower left $38 Anthro version here, lower right Morse Code Chart here). One of my favorite jewelry tutorials in recent memory. Send secret messages through your jewelry. Tutorial from one of my favorite sites: Thanks I Made It here. *Go to the tutorial to see how she gives you ideas of how to make this extremely cheaply!
How To Tie A Bowtie
1. Adjust the tie’s length so it fits your neck size.
2. Lift up your collar and put the tie around your neck so the ends hang down in front. One end should hang about one and one-half inches lower than the other.
3. Bring the longer end across, behind and over the shorter end, forming a simple knot. Pull the knot snugly around your neck.
4. Fold the shorter end where the hourglass shape begins to narrow (the widest point of the shorter end), forming a bow shape. The bow shape should be in front. Hold the bow in a horizontal position at your neck.
5. Bring the longer end over and in front of the shorter end.
6. Fold the longer end where the hourglass shape begins to narrow, forming a second bow.
7. Bring the second bow under the first bow.
8. Tuck it into the space behind the first bow.
9. Adjust the shape of the two bows.