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DIY Shell Mirror Purchased shells from Michael's and other craft stores. Used 40% off coupons and spent approximately $60 in shells. I already had the wood framed mirror. I did use a TON of hot glue and spent many hours on this but I am very happy with how it turned out! This was made for my daughter's Mermaid / Beach themed room!

I had so much fun making Whistle and Ivy’s plaid hat, that I decided to whip up a matching crochet plaid headband for my daughter! This pattern is kid’s size but is easily made larger or smaller by changing the beginning chain length. Just be sure to use multiples of 6. Definitely head over to the Whistle and Ivy blog to see her awesome tutorial on how to achieve this plaid look.   Materials:  Worsted weight yarn in 3 colors (I used Red, Dark Red and black) 5mm crochet hook yarn needle  …

Gotta tell ya.. my daughter made these. They're awesome! ... I think (Lord help my memory) that she used pages from an old Bible for her paper. Which adds some extra cool to the idea!