DIY Stamps with Hannah




Some time ago, I asked Hannah from Hannah Lauren and Co if she wanted to do a shared DIY project with me, and after some thought we decided to create patterned stamps.

I have chosen two different kinds of materials to make mine, one using a rubber, and other two using craft foam. Both ways are very simple to make and stamp easily onto paper.

If you are going to make rubber straps, a good way to make sure the stamp will be exactly as you want it, is freehand or print a piece of paper with the design you want to create and trace it onto the rubber. Then you just have to cut it following the lines. 

To make the craft foam stamps, I started by making the base of the stamp where you will be gluing the foam. I used a tetra pack package, cut it in squares and small rectangles and hot glued several layers together till I had the size I wanted.

You can also make a handle to help you hold the stamp, especially for bigger stamps.













Finally, cut the craft foam with the shape you want, and glue it to the base.

And that's it, as I said this is really simple. If you want to make it even more quick and easy you can use something else you have in hand to make the base maybe a piece of plastic or wood, I just wanted to make it recycled that's why I choosed the tetra pack package.



















Check out Hannah's stamps, and her blog Hannah Lauren and Co as well, she blogs about beauty, fashion and lifestyle.


This was my first try making stamps, have you ever made some?


Talk to you soon,


Mother's Day gift ideas

You still don't know what to offer your mother in mother's day, well this post might help you, i've put together a small list with some cute ideas for a fashionable mom, some of these I really want for myself  :)

I hope this list helps you get some ideas, and if you want to give something even more special, just put your hands to work and try that special diy that has been on your to-do list for ages. Or maybe offer a DIY kit and make a crafting session with her, I'm sure she would love it.

  1. Vintage Style Floral Watch - Etsy
  2. DIY Clay Leaf Bowls - Urban Comfort
  3. Tea Leaf Infuser - Amazon
  4. Teardrop Earings - Blanco
  5. Giant Gem Speaker - Ban.do
  6. Floral Sleep Mask - Etsy
  7. DIY Branch Jewelry Holder - Curly Made


Talk to you guys soon,


Top 5 DIY of the week

Hi everyone, and welcome my weekly Top 5 DIY, where I choose the 5 DIY's that have inspired me this week.
I hope you like them as much as I do.



I'm loving these pretty gem garlands from tell love and chocolate using balsa wood, check out the tutorial here.



I really like the cage dress look, but never thought of  making it myself, learn how to create one at The Felted Fox.


How fun is this doughnut rug?  This great idea was created by Brittany at the House that Lars Built



These beaded necklaces are easy to make and give a pop of color to any outfit, this is from For the Makers and you can see the tutorial here.


As nail art inspiration, this week I found this cute stenciled heart nails from Chalkboard Nails


Tell me your favorite DIY in the comments .
Also if you have tutorial suggestions, leave the link or send me on Instagram @curlymade.
I would love to see it.

Talk to you soon,



Top 5 DIY of the week




I hope you all had a great week filled with Easter crafts and wonderful ideas. This week I tried to stay away from Easter crafts and came across these original ideas from fellow bloggers.
Enjoy :)


Love this painted glass idea from design sponge, although I would probably make it in color, maybe blue or
 coral. If you want to recreate this diy you can find the tutorial here.



I really like to learn how to create little bags and sewing tips, although I never seem to make any bags of my own they are at the top of my diy to do list. This tutorial is from Hannah In The House.



Love these Chunky leather bracelets from lebenslustiger.com. The string used is stretchy so there is no need for clasps or anything like that.




This bow necklace looks so simple and delicate, you can find the instructions here.


These floral costers are perfect to bring a sping and fresh look to the table decoration.
The tutorial is from: ohsobeautifulpaper.com



Which DIY is your favorite ?
If you have any craft suggestions you think I would like to see leave a link in the comments.


Talk to you soon,


Simple Rice Krispie Cereal Cookies


Today I want to share with you this fun and simple cookie recipe, perfect to make with kids. I had my sister helping me to make these. The main element in this recipe is chocolat crispy cereal, I also added Nesquik powdered chocolate, but you can leave that out if you want.

Ingredients:
- 100g chocolate rice Krispie cereal
- 120g butter at room temperature
- 150g of sugar
- 1 egg
- 200g all purpose flour
- 1tsp baking powder
- 1tbsp Nesquik chocolat powder

With a whisk mix the butter and sugar until it gets a creamy texture
Add the egg and the chocolat and keep mixing.
Mix the flour with the baking powder and add to the mixture.
Finally, add the cereal and mix well
Using two spoons or your hands, shape the dough making round flat shapes
Place the cookies in a tray using non-stick paper and bake for 10 minutes at 180ºC or 350ºF.



Let the cookies cool before eating, I like to accompany these with one of my favorite teas: raspberry and pomegranate from Tetley.


I hope you like this recipe, if you have any doubts or want so suggest an alteration to make the recipe better please comment and let me know.


Talk to you soon,

Free Easter Wallpapers

 Hi everyone, once again after making the Easter vectors I ended up with some illustrations that I wanted to vectorize and turn intro wallpapers. So here are two Easter wallpapers with a chalkboard background and you can Download here


Do you have any wallpaper ideas for me to create? Leave them in the comments 
Pin and share the Easter spirit with your friends.


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Top 5 Easter Crafts of the week


Hi everyone, this week I decided to make the top 5 a bit different, with the Easter theme.
I've discovered such creative crafts and I hope you like it.






















































You probably already know how much I love cute and simple things and these bunny bags very quick to make. The tutorial uses already made muslin bags, but you can easily create your own. Click here to see the instructions.




Aww, these bunny hears are so freaking adorable. This idea is from  "The House That Lars Built" and you can see the full tutorial here.





One of my go-to materials to make something simple and fast is air dry clay and these bunny bowls from alice&lois wold look great at the Easter lunch table.



How sweet are these bunny hears cookies? Sue from "Munchkin Munchies" made her own template to make the cookies fit the glass and used markers to draw bunny faces. Check out the instructions here.




I was thinking of making a polka-dot nail art on my nails this week, and while searching for easter diy's I came across this bunny nail art. The reason I like it so much is because it doesn't scream EASTER NAILS!!! but still remains fun and playful. This is from pshiiit.com


Which DIY is your favorite?
If you have a craft suggestion leave it in the comments.

Talk to you soon,