Last Fourth of July， Antonia LoPresti sent us an email about the emergency improv she came up with for her daughter Sofia：burlap pillow cover diy
After an impromptu dip in the Washington square park？fountainpersonalized gifts for women， Sofia’；s skirt was soaked. A hunt to find a children’；s shop yielded no luck SO I took my cardigan sweater out of my bag， buttoned？it up and wrapped it around her as a skirt.
It does have a curiously chic Rick Owens-ish look to it. Just for the hell of it， we did a google search to see if we could find any fashionistas who’；d tried such daring. It seems that wearing cardigans backwards is as far as things go…；
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Make these beautiful?spring floral DIY centerpieces for Easter and then use it until summer. ?You can make this in just a few minutes with minimal tools. ?Plus the paper flowers will last for months with no water or maintenance required. ?Paper flowers? ?Oh yes! ?Pretty and affordable!
Vintage creepy is always fun when the gypsies are creating for Halloween. ?Just as the gypsies live their gypsy lives?trying new things,?capturing the unexpected?and using found objects that in some cases are a little crazy, but oh so fun. ?So when one of our resident gypsies sent in these Toe Tags we fell in love, where else will you find?amazing looking Toe Tags that you?hostly would want to share with your trick or treating?friends ? These tags are perfect for a housewarming gift, to attach to treats, maybe you can write a trick on?the back or to decorate the “bodies” in your home. ?
Vampires sure can be scary, but that certainly can’t be said for our Surprise Big Mouth Vampire printable paper toy! This fun little project is fun to make both at school or in the classroom, and as it’s an easy one, kids as young as preschool can easily make one.