DIY: skeleton shirt

October 14th, 2011

Growing up my mom made the coolest skeleton costume for my little brother one Halloween. This is the simplest DIY custom idea ever! It’s perfect for a last min party or event.


DIY: mouse ears

October 10th, 2011

Meep Meep! Say Cheese!! These little mouse ears are a quick and easy way to throw on a chic Halloween party- fit before hitting the town! Check out how we made ours!


DIY: a little pizazz

September 30th, 2011

We love adding a little pizazz to our nails. I always paint one accent nail a slightly different color from the rest, just to add a little character. Claire keeps her toes real with poka dots.

DIY: say cheese! party mask

September 22nd, 2011

Say What?!?! These cute little smiles and staches are sure to brighten a party. We made them for our fabulous Mr. Humperdink’s Birthday. Now you can make them too! Print them and whip them out at any occasion. We couldn’t help but to jump in on the fun too! Click on Check out more, to follow our steps!

You’ll need:

- download party mask template’s here!

- 6″ lollipop sticks

- hot glue gun

Directions: Fun and easy. Print out our template on a thick printer paper and cut them out. Then hot glue them to your lollipop stick ( you can score these sticks in most pastry isles ). SAY CHEESE!

DIY: pink socks

September 22nd, 2011

I love making socks by cutting off the feet of old tights. They are thin and perfect for summer shoes!

DIY: piñata

September 22nd, 2011

It’s never a bash without a pinata! Here is a quick and easy method to making your party a real hit! (no pun ;) Click on Check out more, to follow our steps!

You’ll need:

- balloon

- news paper

-  2 cups of flour

- 3 cups of water

- hot glue

- 3 packs of tissue paper


Direction: Shred an old newspaper into strips. Then, Mix 2 cups of flour and 3 cups of water for glue paste. Next, blow up a round balloon and prop it up on a stand. Now start dipping the newspaper strips in the glue paste  wrap the balloon. Make sure to leave an opening on the top to put the candy in. Repeat with another layer.  After the balloon is wrapped, let it sit to dry for approx 4-5 hours. When the newspaper is hard and dry, pop the balloon inside from the hole you left on the top. Now stuff it with goodies and paste over two coats of newspaper to close it shut.

Start cutting your tissue paper in stripes and cut little fringe on the bottom of each strip. Hot glue the strips of tissue paper until you covered the entire pinata and WHOLA ! You got a banging pinata!

DIY: kitty cature ruff collar

September 22nd, 2011

Isn’t she lovely. This little kitty collar is sure to turn heads.  It’s handmade with pink satin and black velvet ribbon and is a just a sitch to make! Try one for your pretty little pet! Click on Check out more, to follow our steps!


DIY: emoticat catnips

September 9th, 2011

These little cuties are stuffed with fresh catnip to help your kitty feeling gooooood ;)  We made these little cat nips to resemble our favorite trademark emoticons used in our emails and internet convos. Make one for your furry friend!

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you’ll need:

- 1/2 yard fabric

- embroidery thread

- needle

- stuffing

- cat nip

-your fave emoticon face

Directions: Simply, fold your fabric in half so that you will end up with a front and back. Trace a circle using a bottom of a glass, (or whatever you can find circular) to  trace on you fabric. After you have traced your circle perimeter, lightly pencil in your little face. We recommended the back stitch method while embroidering you emoticat. After your little face is embroidered cut out the circles and sew them together leaving just enough room to stuff them with an even ratio of stuffing to cat nip. Then, sew them up, and watch them scootch across the floor as your cat goes WILD!

DIY: mexican paper flowers

August 10th, 2011

Muy Bonita! Check out how you can make little paper flowers for your party!


DIY: custom decoupage

December 4th, 2010

Take a walk on the wild side! Here, we designed Young Love’s music venue by adding a little custom decoupage to their walls. Dress up any space in a jiffy, using your very own favorite pics.

Click on Check out more, to follow our steps!

You’ll need:

- wall paper glue

- sponge brush

- your fave photo copied pictures

Directions here: It’s simple, scout out some pictures you want to use ( we got ours from the Manhattan picture library ) and photo copy them. Cut them out and place them on the surface you wish. With a sponge brush, go over them front and back with wallpaper glue making sure to really get all the edges good ( the edges like to curl up while drying if not covered good).

Boom shaka-laka! You got yourself a custom kick’n space!