DIY Minimal Bar Earings

Hi everyone, today's diy is so simple and quick to make, it takes probably 10 minutes to make the earings, and they look great with almost every outfit. Silver stands out more against my skin tone, but you can also make these in gold or copper.

  • Pliers;
  • Wire;
  • Strong glue;
  • Metal bead tubes in silver

Make a small cut on the tube, this will help gluing and conceal the wire.

Cut about 2 cm of wire and fold the edge in a 90ยบ angle.

Put glue on the folded part of the wire, insert it into the tube and let it dry.
Use those rubber earing backs to hold.
And it's ready!  Isn't it simple?

What do you think? Do you like the minimalistic look?

Talk to you soon, 

DIY Mini Tassels using a fork

Hi everyone, this post is a quick diy tip for an easy way to make mini tassels using a fork, yes a fork, it is as simple as that. So the next time you make tassels for your jewelry or decorations, maybe you can try this tip and tell me what you think.

You will need:
  • Scissors;
  • Fork;
  • Thread.

1. Tie one end of the thread on the fork and wrap it around, you can make your tassel as fluffy or as thin as you want, just wrap the thread more or less times.

2. Cut the thread leaving around 30 cm or 11 inches to tie tightly around the top, like in the picture.

3. Slide the tassel of the fork and cut the ends.

And that's it, pretty easy right? I'm still trying to figure out what to do with all these tassels, any suggestions?

I hope you liked this.
Talk to you soon,

Top 5 DIY of the week

Hi everyone, I hope you are all having a great weekend.
This was a busy week sorry for not posting any diy but I am working on a new tutorial that will be posted on Monday.

Now onto the my favorite diy's of this week:

I discovered the Plan B blog this week and loved all the great fashion diy's created by Anna.
Click here to see how to make this marble shirt.

What a creative idea to decorate simple vases using air dry clay.
Check out the tutorial at

These glasses look so pretty and festive, check out the tutorial from Radical Possibility

Show of your inner crazy cat lady with this stamped cat t-shirt from

The gold and turquoise combination is so pretty.
Learn how to make these elegant earings at

Which DIY is your favorite?
Talk to you soon,

Top 5 DIY of the week

There is a huge concrete trend going on and I love it, bloggers are coming up with a lot of creative ideas, to create stylish pieces with such a rough material like concrete.
Check out this paperweight from design sponge.

Need a last minute table decoration? Well, you might want to try this jar diy with baloons. Maybe you could carefully make more holes if you wanted to put more flowers.

Love the minimalist look of this leather pencil case, it would make a great fathers day gift don't you think?
See the tutorial here.

Learn how to make this geometric origami that you can use as jewelry, room decoration or as a party favor with treats inside. Click here to see the tutorial.

Final but not least, I came across this cute pencil case from Damask Love.

Have a nice weekend,
Talk to you soon

DIY Clay Beads Necklace

Hi everyone. Looking through my necklace collection, most of my necklaces are silver and gold, so I decided to create something a bit more colorful this time.

This project can be done with air dry or polymer clay but, although I have already worked with polymer clay before, in these types of projects I always use air dry, maybe because I'm too lazy to cook the beads in the oven.

You will need:
  • air dry clay
  • acrylic paint
  • small and medium paintbrushes
  • leather cord

1. Make beads of different sizes with the clay and use the end of a small paintbrush to make the holes, let the beads dry completely. If you want to make the exact same necklace you will need to make 4 large beads, 5 medium beads, and 2 small beads.

2. To make the coral paint, mix 2 parts of pink or crimson paint, 1 part of yellow and 1 part of white.

3. A trick to hold the beads while painting is to stick them on a pencil.
Paint medium-sized dots on your larger beads with the light coral paint.

4. Now, use a small paintbrush to paint around the dots.

5. Paint the rest of your beads with the different shades of coral and let the paint dry.
6. Thread the beads onto the cord and tie a knot at the end. And it's done!

Love the finished look of this necklace, you can also change the colors to fit your style, I think it would also look great in turquoise if you want to give it a try.

Do you prefer using air dry clay or polymer clay?

Talk to you soon,