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Ombre Chair | Design Sponge
Y’all know how much I love ombre, so of course this DIY caught my eye straight away! I have two chairs in my house that need a makeover and I would love to do something like this with a pale pink/white combo. It may be a little difficult to get the effect, but I’m willing to try (and then get Dad to help if I screw it up!)

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Ombre Chair | Design Sponge

Y’all know how much I love ombre, so of course this DIY caught my eye straight away! I have two chairs in my house that need a makeover and I would love to do something like this with a pale pink/white combo. It may be a little difficult to get the effect, but I’m willing to try (and then get Dad to help if I screw it up!)

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‘Artsy’ Tee | Ruffles & Stuff
Confession time: When I was younger, I would purposely leave paint on my hands/arms/legs/face to appear more ‘artsy’ and ‘bohemian’. People probably thought I was just really bad at washing myself in the shower. But to me it was like a form of self-expression/baiting, ‘I paint, and I want you to know it (and ask me about it, come on, ask me!)’ Some people might see this tee and think ‘what a poser’ but I love it. And the fact that you have more control over how your ‘paint spattered tee’ looks than if you did it accidentally makes it easier to wear. Because my real painting clothes are old giant oversized tshirts with hand prints and weird holes from where I accidentally cut too far and snipped myself. Not exactly fashionable. I’m going to make this tshirt and wear it proudly. And if you see me wearing it, ask me about it! Come on, ask me!

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‘Artsy’ Tee | Ruffles & Stuff

Confession time: When I was younger, I would purposely leave paint on my hands/arms/legs/face to appear more ‘artsy’ and ‘bohemian’. People probably thought I was just really bad at washing myself in the shower. But to me it was like a form of self-expression/baiting, ‘I paint, and I want you to know it (and ask me about it, come on, ask me!)’ Some people might see this tee and think ‘what a poser’ but I love it. And the fact that you have more control over how your ‘paint spattered tee’ looks than if you did it accidentally makes it easier to wear. Because my real painting clothes are old giant oversized tshirts with hand prints and weird holes from where I accidentally cut too far and snipped myself. Not exactly fashionable. I’m going to make this tshirt and wear it proudly. And if you see me wearing it, ask me about it! Come on, ask me!

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DIY Dream Catcher | Modish Blog
I remember having a dream catcher when I was younger and I’m not sure if it was a psychological thing, but it did help with the bad dreams! I’m not 100% sure on this but I think there is something about actually making a dream catcher rather than buying it is important. It would be a great thing to research if you were planning to make one!

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DIY Dream Catcher | Modish Blog

I remember having a dream catcher when I was younger and I’m not sure if it was a psychological thing, but it did help with the bad dreams! I’m not 100% sure on this but I think there is something about actually making a dream catcher rather than buying it is important. It would be a great thing to research if you were planning to make one!

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