Get Organized!

If you are a crafter or have some sort of hobby i’m sure you have all your materials everywhere…like me ūüėČ ¬†but then there are some who are very organized and take only what they need. ¬†I wish I was like that !

So i’ve gathered some neat tips that you can use to help you organize yourself around the home:


DIY Peter Pan Collars

A¬†Peter Pan collar¬†is a flat, round-cornered clothing collar.¬†It is named after the collar of the costume worn in 1905 by actress Maude Adams¬†in her role as Peter Pan. Since then, it has become a women’s fashion item several times.

Peter Pan collars are everywhere for fall 2012 and there are several kinds, from simple to embroidered fabrics and even on nails!

Check out some Peter Pan Collars on Etsy from a cute little shop called Very Vague!

Check out this tutorial on how to paint your nails in Peter Pan!

Check out this DIY Peter Pan collar!

Colour Lovers

Did you ever think you could design your own pattern and choose your own colour pallet and share it with the world?  And even better yet use that same colour pattern to create  your own fabric, clothing or piece of art?

Well I’ve discovered a great new site that allows you to do just that! ¬†Colour Lovers is a fun way to release some creativity ¬†and in my opinion de-stress especially after a hard days work.

On my first day I created 14 new colours and even got to name them.  When you discover a new colour, you get to name it and credit goes to you whenever anyone else uses this color.

You can also create endless colour pallets and name them.  When you create your own colour pallet, you get to name it and credit goes to you whenever anyone wants to use it to create a pattern.

You can also use other colour lovers patterns from the list provided and colour it up with a colour pallet you or others have created or create your own pattern.

So let me share some of my creations:







Pretty Embroidery Pattern

Embroidery is the art or handicraft of decorating fabric or other materials with needle and thread or yarn. This cute little embroidery pattern is designed and created by Sara on Mr.Handsomeface. The gradual hues from peach to purple makes for a pretty little hanging piece and she also offers a free pattern.