While Emma was in Paris, she visited a few mercenaries (crafty stores) and picked up a few items, including beautiful strings, buttons, beads, and more! So.........we combined a few of the supplies she got and made bracelets. Most of the supplies she bought you can find in bead and fabric stores near you, so here's a little tutorial on how to make adorable bracelets!
We sewed our own PJ pants! We took a class and one of the projects was sewing pants!!! It took a while to make them......but it was totally worth it! Take a look at our pants:
Emma's dog Mugsy photo bombed! Emma's pants are on the right, Molly's are on the left. Who knew cameras and alligators made such a cute combo!
The magical box, used for storage, play, and shipping. The box that we're making can be used for any of those purposes (except we don't recommend shipping.) All you need for this box is 3 simple supplies:
Mod Podge Glue
Any decorations you want (we used scrapbooking paper, magazines, and ribbon)
Note: Mod Podge Glue is coated on under and over the decorations, except if you secure your ribbon using another method.
Our boxes: (Emma's is the top box in the first picture; Molly's is the bottom box in the first picture)
A simple way to add a splash of color to your outfit!
All you need-
• a simple tye dye kit
• plain white sneakers (preferably canvas)
Ok, so let's get started. First, either dip dye or hand squirt your dye on to the shoes as desired. Next, let them sit for a few hours longer than your kit advises (we let ours sit all night), and when they're dry, wash them separately from your regular shoes and clothes. Then put them in the dryer. If they are not yet fully dry, let them sit outside again.
When you first wear your new shoes, bring an extra pair along with you just in case the dye is leaking on to your foot. If this happens, just wash the shoes until the leaking doesn't happen anymore.
HAVE FUN IN YOUR NEW SHOES!