When it comes to my favorite beverage it’s usually anything with bubbles (aka: champagne, prosecco, lambrusco, ok you get the picture)! But, those bottles come with a lot of stuff on top (gotta keep that cork in), so here’s the perfect DIY ornament to use up all those wire champagne cork toppers!
Tis the season for cozy accessories and festive decorations. There’s still plenty of time to make something fun and fabulous for Christmas. Today I’ve rounded up a few DIY projects that are perfect for the holiday season. Grab your coffee and make your list, whether you’ve been naughty or nice you can always make something cute and sparkly for the holidays!
I’m so glad statement necklaces are still around. I really love how easy they can be to wear, they can dress up a basic t-shirt and jeans or add more sophistication to a dress. This is a super easy project to make and inexpensive. I found my brightly colored cord at the hardware store, the necklace was on the sale racks and the nail polish I already had! I think all the materials cost less than $10, but the results look way more expensive. Let’s get started!
Hats are one of my favorite accessories, there’s just this coolness about a hat and when I see other girls wearing hats I’m always so in awe of their style. So while my jury is still out as to whether or not I can really rock a hat, I love trying new hat styles and adding cool embellishments to them, like this DIY Cap with Chains. This is a super easy project and a great way to take a basic hat and turn it up a notch!
I was inspired to embellish this cap after seeing this hat by Eugenia Kim. I just love the subtle, yet bold chain detail.The best part about this project is that it can be made in about 10-15 minutes (or however long it takes you to sew a few stitches)! Click through to get started!