I’ve been loving using my new Lilly Pulitzer agenda this week, but I need something to mark what page I’m on. Now I could use a basic paper clip, but that would be boringgggg! Today I’ll be teaching you how to make a jumbo tassel paper clip, and if you want to learn how to make one, then click the link below!
Last week I shared a tutorial for a DIY monogrammed leather wrap bracelet, and I love how it turned out! I’m back again with another tutorial, and this time we’re making a monogrammed tassel necklace.
I’m so excited for today’s tutorial!
I know I’ve mentioned this before, but I’m that person that constantly says “I could make that!” The first time fiesta necklaces popped up in my Pinterest feed, I knew I wanted some. But when I saw that they were $18 a piece, I knew I wanted to make some.
So what are fiesta necklaces?
As you can see, they’re basically strands of seed beads and tassels.
The idea is to wear multiple strands at a time, which creates a super fun look!
My goal was to make five necklaces.
Earlier this year, I was itching to update the blog logo. I’ve always envied logos with gold foil, but I figured only a Photoshop pro could do things like that. If you know me, then you know that I’m the type of person that is constantly saying “I could make that” when I walk through a store, or when I’m browsing online.
Naturally I went to the craft bible known as Pinterest, and found tutorials using my friend PicMonkey (the free, online photo editor that isn’t complicated). I use PicMonkey to make all of the headers and logos for The Lindsey Vibe. I also use PicMonkey to design the art prints for Freebie Friday!
While I was browsing through tutorials, I discovered that PicMonkey had updated, and that these tutorials were of no use. So today I want to share a gold foil tutorial for the updated version of PicMonkey. Ready?