bench from anthro. got four chairs from my godmother that need new cane seats. might weave them new ones out of t-shirt yarn instead. i see some DIY in my future....

bench from anthro. got four chairs from my godmother that need new cane seats. might weave them new ones out of t-shirt yarn instead. i see some DIY in my future....

The thing I really love about Frozen is that these two girls are the only CGI princesses to have hairstyles. Rapunzel simply had her hair out, except for the time when it's braided by the little girls, and Merida, while having beautifully crafted curls, was also not put up into a style. Anna and Elsa on the other hand, both have their coronation hair and plaits/braid. These hairstyles show great intricacy so I applaud Disney for doing such a marvellous job of Anna and Elsa's gorgeous…

The thing I really love about Frozen is that these two girls are the only CGI princesses to have hairstyles. Rapunzel simply had her hair out, except for the time when it's braided by the little girls, and Merida, while having beautifully crafted curls, was also not put up into a style. Anna and Elsa on the other hand, both have their coronation hair and plaits/braid. These hairstyles show great intricacy so I applaud Disney for doing such a marvellous job of Anna and Elsa's gorgeous…

Diamond Weave Chair at Anthropologie. I'm quite sure I have a book explaining how to fabricate this pattern.

Diamond Weave Chair at Anthropologie. I'm quite sure I have a book explaining how to fabricate this pattern.

Give the ubiquitous thrift store find a makeover with a colorful, stitched design. Step 1: Use a pattern to trace a design onto the chair in pencil. Step 2: Use a back stitch to thread chunky yarn (available at craft stores) through each opening. TIP: To maneuver yarn more easily, wrap the ends with tape.   - CountryLiving.com

Give the ubiquitous thrift store find a makeover with a colorful, stitched design. Step 1: Use a pattern to trace a design onto the chair in pencil. Step 2: Use a back stitch to thread chunky yarn (available at craft stores) through each opening. TIP: To maneuver yarn more easily, wrap the ends with tape. - CountryLiving.com

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