Breaking up hurts, and sometimes you just need a little attention and a little pity and a little recognition for the pain you have to remind everyone of constantly.
I want a whole herd of these guys roaming my house!
My chocolates just aren't explosive enough.
My kit includes 14 shades of lipgloss, half a pack of gum, some bar receipts, $4.36 in loose change, broken sunglasses and a scarf. That should keep me safe!
Sometimes I get the urge to bake but I don't really like sweets so I have to pawn all the goodies off on my coworkers who REALLY don't mind. This is even easier than carting a giant bucket of cookies on the bus.
When I was a little girl I would have loved a little set of Lego-like blocks just for me, to make myself a birthday cake. Delight a little girl in your life with this set just for her!
If there's one thing that needs a hand-knitted cover, it's definitely a bike seat. I need something to soak up the rain.
Available at: Folksy http://www.folksy.com/items/756577-Dino-Love-Cross-Stitch-Kit?shop=yes ($8)
Available at: DIYFluffies http://www.etsy.com/listing/58751275/love-elephant-sewing-pattern-pdf ($9)
The kits for decorating your own miniature pastries and fake edible goodies is finally available! Just think of all the amazing sparkly donuts and bejewelled cupcakes you could create!
I have no green thumb and I can't sew, so this kit is far from relevant for me, but man do I love eating veggies. I'm an appreciator.
This is a sleepy season. It's hard to get going and get moving. If you make a sweet little sleepy kitty from this tutorial you can satisfy your need for laziness and your crafty side.
You're pretty amazing, but you don't have a niche. Become a super hero! Just, you know, one that is overall pretty awesome.
Who doesn't love a million single-purpose appliances? A caramel apple maker is what my overflowing kitchen has been begging for!
Getting things done around the house is not reserved just for dudes. The advantage we as women have is doing it in style.
Via: Craft http://blog.craftzine.com/archive/2010/09/littlebirdsknitting_pattern.html