Amy from Amy Is The Party creates a festive backyard picnic soiree, perfect for summer for today's #DIYTheParty
One of my favorite parts of Summer is enjoying some time in our backyard, especially after the heat of the day has passed. We have a large backyard and I always thought it would be fun to have friends and family over for a picnic. I’m talking about spreading some picnic blankets on the lawn, enjoying a cool beverage, a good pasta or potato salad (or both!), and maybe some BBQ. You could even add some festive DIY touches like giant tasseled balloons, hand stamped napkins, and floral crowns for patrons.
Learn how-to stitch Toe Up Socks and a Livlove Headband in #ShopShowcase with Wet Coast Wools
Come behind the scenes at Knit And Destroy for a #CraftRoomTour and see Kandy's knit studio in Sheffield.
The light and the shelves! I love the great big window in this room, and there are fixed shelves which are great for keeping my yarns on.
Our Sidekicks are testing out the ezLaminator from Xyron for today's #CraftTest and teaching you how-to make a perpetual calendar, paper doll and pressed flower bookmark.
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Kacie from Elements of Ellis recreates the style of Kendall Jenner for #DIYTheLook
Kendal Jenner always looks fresh and effortless. She can make even the simplest outfits look amazing.
Rob Reger is the founder, creative director, and president of Cosmic Debris - a design house based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Reger and Cosmic introduced the world to Emily the Strange, now an international icon for empowering young alternative girls (and people of all ages). Reger has been designing Emily and her cats for over two decades and has generated millions of fans of the character. Reger co-authored and co-illustrated four Harper Collins novels, and has been a primary writer for the Emily the Strange comic books and graphic novels published by Dark Horse Comics.
Reger received a Master of Fine Arts degree from the San Francisco Art Institute and his oil paintings, printmaking, watercolors, and collage have exhibited in galleries around the world, including: Tokyo, Paris, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco, Berlin, Milan, Hong Kong, Sydney, and Portland, Oregon.
Come behind the scenes at Life As A Strawberry for a #KitchenTour and see Jessie's Kitchen in Ithaca, New York.
We have a half-wall above the sink that I really love - it lets me look out into the living room and it doubles as a shelf for all my cookbooks! There's also a ton of natural light during the day, which is wonderful for all the food photography that I do.