Chandra from Hashtag Blessed recreates the welcoming breakfast nook of Chip & Jo from Fixer Upper.
I love how Chip and Joanna repurpose the old to make it their own. Their farmhouse style is effortless yet classic & is oh so welcoming. From the plank walls to the rustic floating shelves & all the 'natural' feeling decor, it would be hard not to feel at home in this space!
I'm a freelance illustrator and cartoonist based in San Francisco. I work at an awesome comic book store in the city and love to enthuse about plot lines, inking and character design all day. At home, I love to binge watch Frasier while drawing sassy pin-ups and drinking endless Matcha lattes. I'm inspired by vintage tattoo flash, 90s TV shows and my fellow bus-riders (who do the strangest things). On my days off I try and explore the city's many parks and find the best brunch spots.
- Jumper - H&M
- Jeans - Just Jeans
- Necklace - DIY (see below)
- Ring - unknown
DIY Three Bead Necklace
Recreate the look with Bec's Three Bead Necklace tutorial:
The best thing about living in Hong Kong is that there is Mass Transit Railway (MTR) to everywhere you need. It only takes around 3 minutes for a train and makes it so much easier to get from places to places!
Our friends and fellow CO+Kers Katie & Phil have opened a craft shop in Edinburgh called Thread & Heather. This week we're getting crafty in their shop and making miniature melted crayon art.
Come behind the scenes at Melmaria Designs and tour Melody's cosy studio in New Hampshire.
My room, where my studio is, is actually an add-on space to our original house, and I love that it has wood floors and a slanted roof. The floors are easy to clean, and the roof makes it cozy.
Lisa from Tea and Craft recreates the colorful style of Japanese pop singer, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu.
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is the stage name of a Japanese pop singer and model who is not afraid to play with fashion. She keeps her makeup simple and fresh, her bows and false eyelashes big, her colours bright, and her accessories OTT. Kyary uses layering to create interesting silhouettes and adds embellishments and accessories to liven up otherwise plain wardrobe stables. Her style is cute, kooky, often a little creepy, and absolutely perfect to DIY. You may not be able to find a plastic jungle animal necklace or a studded bowler hat or question mark pattern tights in the stores, but don't let that stop you from having fun recreating Kyary Pamyu Pamyu's look!
Our sidekicks have been painting with Old-Fashioned Milk Paint in this week's Craft Test and making a ladder back chair, refinished table, cookbook holder, snack cones, and a painted crate.
Want to win some Milk Paint to try for yourself, click below to enter!