Monthly Archives: February 2013

Zeitgeist Films :: Vision – from the life of Hildegard von Bingen


Zeitgeist Films :: Vision – from the life of Hildegard von Bingen.



Glitter N Glue DIY Gold Leaf Leopard Rainboots

It rains 3 days out of the year here in sunny SoCal, but on the days it does it’s a torrential downpour and I am NEVER prepared! I can never find my umbrella or suitable wet weather footwear. And of course on those rainy days I usually have a laundry list of errands and spend the day running around the city looking like a wet dog. #NotCute I promised myself I’d be prepared for this season. Custom rainboots are a must and Krylon’s gold leaf paint pen makes this project delightfully easy!

NOTE: Click here for the “Hey Girl Hey” doormat DIY tutorial

Glitter N Glue DIY Gold Leaf Leopard Rainboots BOOTSMaterials:  Rainboots (these available at Payless for $29.99)  and…

Glitter N Glue DIY Gold Leaf Leopard Rainboots PENKrylon’s 18kt. Gold Leafing Pen (<- This pen is AMAZING!! You MUST add it to your craft stash.)

Glitter N Glue DIY Gold Leaf Leopard Rainboots DRAWUse your gold leafing pen to personalize the design on your boots. You can draw polka dots or hearts or a coll tribal…

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Glitter N Glue DIY Curtain Maxi Dress We’re days away from the Oscars so it’s time we find something to wear! Last year I wrapped two yards around my body to attend the US Weekly Magazine Oscar viewing party. My one shoulder wrap dress (click here to see) was so on trend with the nights other red carpet looks. This year I thought it only right that I channel my inner Vivien Leigh in true ‘Gone With The Wind’ fashion.

Watch as I transform curtains into a fun maxi dress.

Glitter N Glue DIY Curtain Maxi Dress DETAILS

Glitter N Glue DIY Curtain Maxi Dress ROOF

Glitter N Glue DIY Curtain Maxi Dress ROOFTOP

Thanks Nick Brosco for the pics!

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Glitter N Glue DIY Martha Stewart Liquid Gold Painted Clay Pots

{No.1} Four words: Martha.Stewart.Liquid.Gold. Click here to see how I made these clay pots gold

{No.2} Gold staples  = the coolest office supplies on the planet

{No.3} These gold guilded business cards are BOSS…literally

{No.4} Gold metallic Washi tape

{No.5} This fabulous golden leopard tray

{No.6} A fierce pair of gold scissors named Fatima

{No.7} The way, the truth and the gold leaf lights

{No.8}  A tattoo my Mom will actually be happy I got… they’re temporary and gold

{No.9} Because every home needs a gold fringe chandelier

{No.10} Remembering to stay golden!!!

Just a few odds and ins that excited me, inspired me, entertained me or helped me make it through this  week. Happy Friday, ya’ll! xoxo

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See How We Sew

If you have ever wanted to make a pieced quilt block in a different size than those that you are able to find in books or magazines, I think you will find this easy, step-by-step tutorial helpful. I suspect that there are still some of you out there who are not using computer software to design quilts. I’m a traditionalist who still enjoys designing with paper and pencil–the process is simple and can certainly open doors to many design possibilities.

Since I will be teaching drafting in my Craftsy class in March, I wanted to expand on the lesson here and share another block.

Here are the tools you will need:

  • 8- squares-to-the inch graph paper
  • Pencil and eraser
  • Drafting ruler (thinner than the rulers we use for cutting fabric)
  • Optional, depending on design: compass, protractor, Flex-Curve, fine-line permanent pens in a variety of colors

To begin, you will need to select a pieced quilt block…

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