I refashioned 3 too small jeans into 2 denim skirts: A simple A-line denim skirt and a denim skirt with contrast-colored pleats. I love how my two DIY denim skirts turned out! Continue reading 2 Too Small Jeans To Skirt Refashions
22 DIY denim dog toys – all made from old jeans! These recycled DIY denim dog toys are simple and fun to make, cheap and eco-friendly, and your dog will love them!
Making your own dog toys is really easy, cheap and fun! So don’t throw away your old jeans, turn them into these cute, recycled DIY denim dog toys!
These 22 simple DIY dog toys are all Khaleesi-approved! Khaleesi is my 1-year old black GSD puppy! 😉 And all of these DIY recycled dog toys can easily be tossed into the washer when needed. Continue reading 22 DIY Denim Dog Toys – Recycled From Old Jeans!
This DIY recycled denim baseball is made from old jeans! A fun, easy, cheap and eco-friendly way to upcycle your jeans!
Make this recycled denim baseball as soft fabric ball for your baby or toddler, for your cat or dog. It’s the perfect toy for a dog that loves to fetch – like my GSD pup Khaleesi! The recycled denim baseball is a safe alternative to the usual tennis ball. Continue reading DIY Recycled Denim Baseball – Tutorial & Free Pattern
Limerick lace is a floral tulle lace: It is hand-embroidered on machine-made cotton net. In this tutorial I’ll show you the basics of Limerick lace.
Limerick lace was made since 1829 in Limerick, Ireland, hence the name Limerick lace. There are two types of this beautiful, delicate lace: Limerick lace can be either worked as needle-run or tambour lace. In needle-run lace, the net ground is embroidered with a needle and darning stitches. Whereas in tambour lace, the net ground is embroidered with chain stitches and a tambour hook which is similar to a crochet hook. Usually, needle-run lace is more delicate than tambour lace, while some Limerick tulle laces use a combination of needle-run and tambour. Continue reading How To Make Limerick Lace By Hand
In the past, pearl necklaces were always hand-knotted and even today, expensive pearl necklaces are still knotted by hand. Making a knotted bead or pearl necklace is really easy. Read on to find out how to make your own knotted pearl necklace. Continue reading How To Make A Knotted Pearl Necklace – Tutorial With Video
These 5 DIY floating rope dog toys are perfect for your water-loving dog! Made with polypropylene rope, these DIY floating dog toys are safe for your dog, float on water, and are cheap, easy and fun to make!
All these 5 DIY floating rope dog toys are Khaleesi-approved. Khaleesi is my 1-year old, water-crazy, high-energy black GSD who loves to play tug, fetch and hide & seek! Because she’s very mouthy she always needs a toy in her mouth. And since she’s water-crazy and loves to swim, I had to make her DIY floating rope dog toys with polypropylene rope! Continue reading 5 DIY Floating Rope Dog Toys
Make your dog happy and turn your old mattress into a dog bed instead of throwing it away! Making a mattress dog bed is easy, cheap and eco-friendly! Your dog will love this cozy dog bed! 😀 Continue reading Make A Dog Bed With An Old Mattress – Tutorial
You can easily update old clothes with fabric dye. Dyeing old clothes is such a fun, creative , cheap and eco-friendly way to give old clothes a new life! So make your old clothes new again with fabric dye!
I used simplicol fabric dye which is so easy to use. You simply toss your clothes and the fabric dye into the washer. Then wait for the clothes to “wash” and your clothes are dyed. It’s almost like Christmas because you never know what color they turn out to be! Continue reading Update Old Clothes With Fabric Dye
In the Victorian and Edwardian era, Flapper Pie was know as Mock Cream Pie, Custard Meringue Pie or Chess Pie. Below are 5 historical flapper pie recipes.
The pie which is known today as Flapper Pie in Canada dates back to the Victorian and Edwardian era. Flapper pie is a vanilla custard pie topped with meringue. Today, flapper pie is usually made with a graham cracker pie crust, in the Victorian and Edwardian era, however, the pie crust was usually an ordinary shortcrust pastry. A typical Victorian pie crust consisted of 4 ingredients: flour, butter, salt and cold water. Continue reading History Of The Flapper Pie + 5 Historical Recipes
This homemade, flaky, all-butter pie crust from scratch is the BEST pie crust I’ve tried so far!
This delicious pie crust recipe is from the Edwardian era and therefore over 100 years old! It was published in ‘Three Meals A Day’ in 1902. It’s the best pie crust recipe I’ve tried so far and I’ve tried many pie crust recipes over the years, like this 3-Ingredient German Shortbread Pie Crust, this Flaky 4-Ingredient Pie Crust, this Leftover Cake Crumb Pie Crust, and these 10+ Vegan Pie Crusts!
I love the vegan aquafaba pie crust and the flaky 4-ingredient pie crust, this Edwardian pie crust, however, is my all-time favorite: It’s buttery and flaky, and so easy to make! While it tastes almost like homemade puff pastry pie crust, it’s way easier to make! Continue reading The BEST Pie Crust Recipe – From 100 Years Ago!