Whether you’re on the market to upgrade your work wear, looking for a mothers’ day gift, or you’re shopping for a fearless DIY friend, it’s important for women to have clothes that are comfortable and that fit well. Today I’m sharing 6 days worth of DIY friendly outfits and I’m sharing one of my favorite “off day” outfits as a bonus! Scroll down to see photos of each piece!
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MONDAY: Graphic Tee + Stretch Denim Workpants
DIY List Tee
Who wants to wear a plain black t-shirt when you can wear a graphic tee that speaks exactly to your craft? This DIY List Tee is equal parts comfort and style.
Wearing appropriate close toe shore sis important when handling heavy materials and machinery but i think it’s okay to wear something a little more comfortable when painting indoors or working on crafts.
I purchased two barstools back in 2011 for $6.00. I’m sure you’re asking me why I still have those stools, but honestly I knew that I would be able to put them to good use at some point. I originally purchased them to move into an apartment my senior year of college, but that ended up falling through and I moved back home… But for some reason, I kept the stools.
Fast forward to 9 years later, I finally knew what I wanted to do with the barstools, I wanted to repurpose them into accent stools for my bathroom.
I ended up using supplies and tools that I already had at home so this project literally cost me $0.00 out of pocket. I’ll admit that it did take a bit of time to cut down the legs, sand, stain, prime, and paint… but I couldn’t be happier with the results.
Here’s the before and after!
If you’re interested in completing a project like this at home here’s what you need. I’ve also outlined the steps for you below. CLICK HERE for a visual of my entire process.
When my baby started eating solids I knew that I wanted to introduce her to as many flavors, textures, and ingredients as I could.
I did a lot of research on baby food and came across quite a few companies that prepared flavor and nutrient packed infant meals (Yumi, Little Spoon, and Nurture Life to name a few). I loved that these companies provided healthy, organic, and flavor packed meals but the reality is that I just can’t afford to spend upwards of $7.50 PER MEAL! While the price tags for these food plans might work for some people, the reality is that we can’t afford that. I don’t even spend $7.50 per meal on our adult meal planning.
I was determined to come up with some easy meals that I could make in bulk, freeze, and that wouldn’t break the bank! I package my meals in these amazing wide mouth 4oz canning jars I got on amazon (and I love that they’re freezer friendly and reusable).