How to Photograph a Seamless White Background

How to Photograph a Seamless White Background

Here’s a simple product/blogging photography trick that you can use to create a seamless white background. This tip is a great way to make your photographs stand out, if you have an object that you would like to take a picture of, but you don’t want to use a flat-lay. Continue Reading →
An Honest Review of the Genius Blogger’s Toolkit

An Honest Review of the Genius Blogger’s Toolkit

If you are a blogger, then for the next week you will be inundated with advertising about the Ultimate Blogger’s Toolkit.  For those who don’t know what this toolkit is, it is about 90+ books, courses, videos, and other various materials and promotions from all those bloggers out there who try to upsell you their own paid information once you sign up to their email subscription list.  The toolkit costs $97.  I’m going to dive in and give you an honest review. Continue Reading →
Upcycle a Bath Rug from Old T-Shirts

Upcycle a Bath Rug from Old T-Shirts

T-shirt jersey material is soft and super absorbent, which makes it perfect material to upcycle a bath rug from some old t-shirts.  You can make your own bath mat in different ways – crochet, knit, sewing, braiding, or hooking.  In this super simple tutorial, I will show you how to knit yourself a bath mat. Continue Reading →
10 Super Bow Refashion Tutorials

10 Super Bow Refashion Tutorials

I’ve been meaning to do this roundup of all my 10 super bow refashion tutorials that I made over the summer, but somehow couldn’t get myself to actually publish this post.  Lately, I’ve been working on revamping my Pinterest account, including writing a book!  I’ve also been working on my Instagram and Twitter accounts, although a bit unsuccessfully ~ I have been experimenting with the Crowdfire app on a new Twitter account (to test out statistics). But, at long last, today I finally have my bow tutorial roundup for everyone! Continue Reading →
Easy Freezer Peanut Butter and Jelly Panda Sandwiches for School Lunches … It’s Pandamonium Over Here!

Easy Freezer Peanut Butter and Jelly Panda Sandwiches for School Lunches … It’s Pandamonium Over Here!

I love the fall, with its crisp air and pumpkins.  But, it’s also a bitter-sweet time because my babies go back to school.  It’s like the Game of Thrones finale, where you have to wait until next summer to find out what happens to your favorite characters, or, in this case, what your vacay plans are.  School also brings a wealth of school-time activities and school-time STUFF, like, y’know, school lunches.  Today, Joe Paw and I are going to show you how to make the ultimate in cuteness for your baby’s school lunch: the peanut butter and jelly panda sandwich. Continue Reading →
Our Refashion Site is Under a Refashion!

Our Refashion Site is Under a Refashion!

We’ll be back in a couple of weeks while we do a tune up and a site refashion! Meanwhile, follow me, Joe and Kitty on Instagram to see our daily adventures. My mommy says I am a good boy. #bostonterriers #ilovemybostonterrier #woofwoof #bostonterriersrock A post shared by June Gil (길 준수) (@refashionistas) on Aug 17, 2017 at 8:46am PDT Continue Reading →
DIY Refashion Jersey Shorts from a Man’s T-Shirt

DIY Refashion Jersey Shorts from a Man’s T-Shirt

Today, Kitty and I are going to show you how to refashion jersey shorts from a man’s t-shirt, because it’s the end of the summer and we need to sneak in some summer clothing on the blog. Jersey shorts are awesome if you are lazy, like us. I hate wearing nice clothes when it’s hot outside, and Kitty hates going outside because the outside is a scary place. Try to find the largest t-shirt that you can, and if necessary, use two t-shirts. Continue Reading →
22 Inspirational Bullet Journal Roundup

22 Inspirational Bullet Journal Roundup

I was joking around with some of my law school friends that Today, post-bar, I threw up a bullet journal roundup blog post because my life is a chaotic mess.  I likes these layouts because I am fond of cute things, and also, I think they are different than all the other ones you find on Pinterest. 22 Inspiration Bullet Journal Roundup So for the past three months, I have been studying for the bar exam.  This exam is no joke.  12 hours per day of studying equates to roughly zero life.  By the time I took this test, I … Continue Reading →
Panda Sugar Cookies … It’s Pandamonium Over Here!

Panda Sugar Cookies … It’s Pandamonium Over Here!

A few weeks ago, I blogged about making panda cupcakes, which was a huge hit.  Those panda cupcakes are at over 1k pins already!!  So I whipped up another panda-themed, adorable dessert.  (Can you tell that I am addicted to yummy, cute-themed desserts?  I mean, seriously.) These panda sugar cookies are really easy to make, with no strange ingredients.  I found everything at the grocery-store in the baking aisle.  You can use a ready-to-make sugar cookie package, or make use your own sugar cookie recipe. Panda Sugar Cookies … It’s Pandamonium Over Here!   Print Yum Panda Sugar Cookies … … Continue Reading →
Live Frugally: 5 Ways Living in a Smaller House is Better

Live Frugally: 5 Ways Living in a Smaller House is Better

About six months ago, I got a bug to buy a pool.  I’m not sure why, but I think I may have seen a FaceBook post from one of my friends (you know, one of those friends who is always bragging about all the stuff).  Keeping up with the Joneses. I don’t even swim that much.  We used to own a pool membership until we realized that we only went twice per season, so each trip cost us about $150.  Now, we go to the lake.  The lake isn’t chlorinated, but it is free. My desire slowly burned out, mostly … Continue Reading →
Sofa Bow Pillow From a Man’s Sweater

Sofa Bow Pillow From a Man’s Sweater

Returning readers to my blog know how much I love refashioning clothes, accessories, and home decorations from men’s clothing.  Not only can loads of projects be made out of men’s stuff, but men’s clothing tends to be a lot sturdier than woman’s clothing — really, I’ve seen such a downgrade in the quality of women’s clothes.  Making pillows from men’s sweaters are a great way to upcycle.  You can also turn your old pillows and give them new life into sofa pillows (after a run through the washing machine).  Double upcycle! 🙂 Continue Reading →
Peasant Bow-Tie Shirt Refashion From a Dress

Peasant Bow-Tie Shirt Refashion From a Dress

I love peasant shirts.  Do you remember this peasant shirt that I made with a gold chain? Something about them are so feminine and beautiful.  So I’m pretty excited for today’s shirt, a peasant bow-tie shirt refashion!  Like the other shirt, I made this one from a dress because I can take advantage of the length.  The bow is made from a satin ribbon. Continue Reading →
DIY Cheer Bow Blue and White Stripes for July Fourth

DIY Cheer Bow Blue and White Stripes for July Fourth

I have a fun and cheerful (pun intended!) tutorial for you today!  My daughter cheers varsity for the high school, and she is constantly looking for unique and cute cheer bows. I swear, it’s like a cheerleader obsession.  During practice, cheerleaders want the bows that no one else has!  So I made this DIY cheer bow for her for Independence Day.  If you want, you can also make an cheer bow set for the entire team for like $10. Continue Reading →
18 Hole Golf Cupcakes: Happy Father’s Day

18 Hole Golf Cupcakes: Happy Father’s Day

I take time out from my regularly scheduled blog posts to bring you this public service announcement: WATCH OUT FOR GOLF BALLS. (I think in golfing language, you yell “FORE!”) Said no father ever on Father’s Day.* My husband harbors a not-so-secret desire to leave the rest of us in the house and play an 18-hole game, along with three other dads who also utterly fail to disguise their yearning to forgo (FOREgo?) their fatherly duties to spend FAMILY TIME. 18 Hole Golf Cupcakes: Happy Father’s Day That’s because Father’s Day really isn’t about the Father.  Father’s Day is about … Continue Reading →