September Creations

Hello Passionista –

I can’t believe it’s October already. But I’m excited because Fall is my favorite season. Being that I live in Georgia, it’s still 100 degrees outside, so I’m over the heat. I’m ready to wrap up in my blankets, wear my cardigans and oversized sweaters, and drink apple cider.

September was a busy month that went by so fast. Here are a few things I created last month. Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom to see on news and events I have coming up.

For custom orders DM me on IG or email me, passionlockedblog@gmail.com 


I will be a panelist at the GSG Pop Up Shop on October 12th at Genesis Atlanta Studio and Creative Loft.

You can purchase tickets on eventbrite

Lastly, I’m searching for 4-8 guest bloggers to be featured on the blog throughout November. To be considered you must creative a blog post of 100 words or more about something you’re passionate about, with 3 to 4 supporting photos. Send you’re blog content to passionlockedblog@gmail.com by October 18th.

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June Creations and DIY Class

Hello Passionista!

I can’t believe June is almost over. This month has been good to me. I hosted my very first DIY class, met some cool people and made some business connections that I am excited about. So, let me show you what I created this month.

Baby showers are my favorite to decorate and make gifts for.

Letters and Onesies made by me…

I’ve been putting my cricut skills to use to make some dope crafts. I made some logo apparel for a client and a new “branded” tee for me. I’ve been thinking about doing some “passionista” merch ….. stay tuned!

Lastly, my DIY class was bomb. I taught a class of about 7 craftors how to make dreamcatchers using a hula hoop, fabric, twine, and ribbon. We had so much fun talking and crafting. Some of the craftors brought wine and snacks, so we shared snacks while we did our craft project. It was honestly amazing and I’m so glad it was a great experience, not just for me but for the guest as well.

Special thanks to Bianca Octavia of the DIYher Workshop for allowing me to host this event at her workshop. She is truly a DIY inspiration. I look forward to collaborating with her on so many more projects.

Which leads me to my next announcement….. I will be hosting another DIY class on July 19th at DIYher Workshop!!!!!!!!!

BLOGMAS Day 18| Personalized Gifts by Me

Hello Passionista, 

My crafty sassy behind has been busy this month. December is always a busy month for me and like always I am Not prepared. One year, December is not going to roll up on me when I’m unprepared. December 2019 I will be prepared with more gifts sets and personalized packages. But even tho I’m not prepared the way I want to be this year, I have been managing all of my orders and getting Blogmas posted once a day. I  am a one women show and I pat myself on the back for making it to day 18 on task. 

For those of you who don’t know, I am not just a blogger. I am also an Event Planner and creative innovator. I make personalized gifts and decor. As you can imagine around this time of year people are hitting me up for all types of stuff…. designed wine glasses, coffee mugs and Tumblrs, T-shirts, gift baskets and more. 

I wanted to share my work with you.

If you wish to place an order, you can DM on instagram or email passionlockedblog@gmail.com. One day I’m going to have a store and a creative studio.

DIY Project | Hexagon Shape Shelf

Hello Passionistas!

I’m excited to share with you, my first DIY project video.

How to make Hexagon Shaped Shelves out of popsicle sticks?

This project was super simple to make and cost less than $20.00

I hung the shelves on the wall near the entry way of my apartment. This is also where I have my storage ottoman to store my shoes and handbags. I thought the wall decor gave this area a little more character.

Be sure to drop some feedback in the comments section below and let me know what you think. If you’d like to see more videos like this one – give this post a like!

Xoxo

A Passion Locked Surpise

Happy Hump Day Passionistas!!!!

Today, I wanted to share with you one of the little projects I have been working on…..

Drum Roll Please …  …   … …

PASSION LOCKED IS NOW SELLING ON ETSY

That’s Right! I have my very own etsy shop for all my Kreative Passions.

www.etsy.com/shop/passionlocked

On the Passion Locked Etsy shop you will find some of the same things viewed on my Kreative Passions page, but having a Etsy Shop makes it easier for people to order the things that they like.

Currently, my shop have the following featured items:


Personalized Glittered Wine Glasses


Wooden Decor Letters (customizable)


Handmade T-shirt Quilt (made to order)


Custom Baby Onsies


Handmade Baby Crib Quilt

So go ahead over to Etsy and check out my shop, also follow us on IG @PassionLocked

Until Next Time

XOXOXO

A PassionLocked DIY !!!!

Hello Passionista!

I thought I would start your week off with a little DIY special. I do a lot of DIY projects but I never really blog them. So I am trying to get better with blogging my DIY projects.

c If you remember my Goodwill Haul, I showed y’all some clear glass jars and candle stick holders I purchased. I used those in this DIY project. I didn’t make them for any specific, I was honestly just waiting some time. With a few holidays coming up in the next couple of months, I know I will be decorating for our family events. I can use them as centerpieces or candy jars on the deserts table. Anything really !

img_6468I only used metallic spray paint and super glue gel to make these beauties. To start, I used baby wipes to clean the jar and candle holders. If you have ever bought anything from Goodwill, you know they write the prices is some special chalk marker or something. I find it easy to wipe it away with a baby wipe.

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For the jar lids I used  metallic spray paint to paint them this golden-bronze look. The super glue gel is this best glue to use for projects like this. With the jars placed up side down on a flat service, I used the gel glue on the rim of the candle holder. Next, I placed the candle holder in its place and letting it dry for 2 to 3 days.

img_6650Finally you have a finished products.

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These glam holders can be used in so many places around the house:

  • In the Kitchen for you flour, sugar and other condiments
  • On the Kitchen island as jar/ treat jars
  • In the Bedroom, as decor for the dresser or night stand
  • In the Bathroom for q-tips, cotton ball and make-up blenders
  • For make-up brush holders

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I’ll be adding these to my Kreative Passions page, so be sure to check out all my other DIY decor and ideas. For orders, email passionlockedblog@gmail.com and don’t forget to follow on IG @passionlocked.

 

Until next time – xoxo

Quilting Therapy: Part2

Well Hello Friends,

So… this Quilting business is going well for me. Last week I actualy finshed another handmade quilt. I was so excited with how this quilt came out. It was a birthday surprise for me grandmother. And she LOVED it.

For this quilt I used four vintage fabric designs, and a glittered fabric backing. I did not use any quilting batting, because I didn’t want the quilt to be too thick.

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I’m already almost finished with my next quilt… It’s a baby blanket got a baby girl. EXCITING!

See more of this quilt and more Kadii Kreations on my Kreative Passions page. For orders email passionlockedblog@gmail.com.

Until next time 🙂