It’s been awhile, but we’re thrilled to bring you another Set To Stunning DIY Friday! Just in time for Valentine’s Day, this craft can be put together in an evening, is sure to bring a smile to your geek love’s face, and look great displayed in the home all year long.
When I saw The Avengers last year, I knew I had to put together a Hulk themed outfit. What can I say? I love a man in green.
Featuring a DIY top, ripped capris, and some fun accessories, this outfit is great for summer. And for smashing some buildings.
May the 4th has a special place in our heart, especially since it marks the one year anniversary of our blog. The other reason is a bit more obvious, Star Wars Day! Luckily, there are companies that are just as enthusiastic about the day as we are, and they’re offering new products, deals, or discounts to celebrate. Here are a few to check out!
When I think of spring, bright colors come to mind, and this outfit has that in spades. Plus, it’s also a great outfit for all those upcoming cons that start in the spring!
Lindz and I love Pinterest, and (hint hint) you can find Set to Stunning on there! Pinterest is a great source for craft ideas, because pretty much any DIY you find on there can be tweaked to be a geeky DIY!
I pinned this shredded shirt DIY and couldn’t wait to put a geek twist on it. While it lacked detailed instructions, the step-by-step images made it clear what needed to be done. I’ve provided instructions in this DIY to hopefully make each step pretty clear.
Today’s DIY is both easy and complicated depending on how much detail you want to put into it. Checkout this fun dropped armhole tank that you can create from oversized shirts!
Today’s DIY is fairly simple in terms of skill and really packs a punch when it comes to adding something colorful and geeky to an outfit. Check it out!
This is a great quick project if you want to add a little touch of geek to your Christmas stockings. You can choose to create stockings from scratch, or update one that you already have. This is a great project for any skill level!
I figured I would start off our first Holiday DIY with something that’s very easy to customize, candles! I made two different versions that range from simple, to a little more difficult (but definitely doable!). Check them out below.