Even though I still feel like I’m 12 on the inside, today I turn 25! That’s kind of a big deal.
My personal life has been out of control for the past several months, and I have totally fallen off the wagon with this blog. Things are mostly okay now, but it’s taking me some time to get my routine back. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate the support I have gotten from all of you here. I love every nice message you send me, and sometimes they make me cry. :’)
I just want to say thank you for everything. And I have a couple of presents for you, in honor of my entering the second half of my twenties (eee!).
From today (4/19/14) until 4/25/14 (that’s one whole week), you can get 20% off of any size order in my etsy shop with the coupon code TYLERIS25. Also, if you spend $40 or over, not including shipping, and you message me with your etsy username, I will make you a tumblr icon for free!
Also, I am having a little giveaway! Two of you can win a surprise pack of an F-ton of slightly imperfect prints from my etsy shop sent to you in the mail!
To enter, please make sure you are following me, and REBLOG this post (likes don’t count, sorry!). I will choose 2 winners at 10 PM a week from today (4/25/14) and notify you via inbox. If you don’t respond within 48 hours, I will choose a new winner.
Thank you!! I love you!! :*
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last minute work on one of the luna posters has reminded me how fun cutting up flowers is why did i ever stop this
Bottles make great decoration. Very versatile & give an eclectic/vintage feel.
Use all your old bottle caps (or those left over from yesterday’s party) to make a DIY wind chime.
Use tiny nails to punch holes on each side of the bottle cap lip & thread through some chain or strings or fishing wire (old necklace chains, anyone?). Here are some step-by-step directions:
1. Gently tap the nail with the hammer until the nail pokes through the cap, making a small hole.2. Lightly tap the hammer on the sharp edges the nail made on the underside of the cap to push the edges down.3. Repeat until all the bottle caps you are using have holes4. Cut five three-feet strands of fishing line. Knot each one at one end.
5. Thread the fishing line through a bottle cap. Make another knot where you want the next bottle cap to sit. Repeat with all the strands until you have as many caps on a strand as you want. Leave six inches free of bottle caps at one end.
6. Cut a thin piece of metal with the tin shears into any shape. It needs to be around six inches across.
7. Use the nail and hammer to put four holes around the outer edge of the shape. Put one hole in the middle.
8. Pull each strand through one hole. Make a knot to sit on the top of the piece of metal to hold the line in place. The lines of bottle caps should hang from different lengths. The bottle caps should hang down, and the extra line should stick out of the other end. Tie the ends to a hook and hang the wind chime.
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24 DIY Wine Bottle Centerpiece Ideas
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Here is another really brilliant centerpiece idea. Have fun with the idea this spring and add some plants to the side of your wine bottle. Whats great about this idea is not just a plain stick a flower in a wine bottle idea. It is very unique and stylish and warms your home with some more spring flowers.