Chocolate peanut butter cupcakes

Chocolate peanut butter cupcakes

Love this site- P.S. - I made this...I see it. I like it. I make it.   High end fashion inspired ideas for low cost.

Love this site- P.S. - I made this...I see it. I like it. I make it. High end fashion inspired ideas for low cost.

Pretty Hair Clip. I'm growing it out right now, and as it gets longer, I'm going to have to learn how to do something with it.

Pretty Hair Clip. I'm growing it out right now, and as it gets longer, I'm going to have to learn how to do something with it.

27 fun trendy fashion projects that push your creativity = 1 book "ps i made this"

27 fun trendy fashion projects that push your creativity = 1 book "ps i made this"

New blog series starting today called I Made This — The Craft Sessions. Starting with this colourwork jumper I made this year. Felicia Semple

New blog series starting today called I Made This — The Craft Sessions. Starting with this colourwork jumper I made this year. Felicia Semple

I made this Irish Apple Cake for St. Patrick's Day, but honestly it was so good I'd eat it any time of year! There was just a hint of cinnamon, allowing the tart apple flavor to really shine. The whiskey hard sauce was the perfect creamy compliment!  food desserts cake via @Allie Baking a Moment

I made this Irish Apple Cake for St. Patrick's Day, but honestly it was so good I'd eat it any time of year! There was just a hint of cinnamon, allowing the tart apple flavor to really shine. The whiskey hard sauce was the perfect creamy compliment! food desserts cake via @Allie Baking a Moment

To create: Use a gold leafing pen to cover the entire feather. Repeat until you have enough feathers to cover the surface of your headband. Using a glue gun carefully adhere the feathers to your headband. Allow a few minutes for the glue to dry, and voilayoure fit for a fairytale!     Get down with DIY and a dope playlist CLICK HERE for the P.S.- I made thisPlaylist Curated by The Jane Doze

To create: Use a gold leafing pen to cover the entire feather. Repeat until you have enough feathers to cover the surface of your headband. Using a glue gun carefully adhere the feathers to your headband. Allow a few minutes for the glue to dry, and voilayoure fit for a fairytale! Get down with DIY and a dope playlist CLICK HERE for the P.S.- I made thisPlaylist Curated by The Jane Doze

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