DIY Ghostbusters Screw U Necklace

Make Ghostbusters’ Dr. Jillian Hotlzmann’s “Screw U” Necklace using a split key ring. As usual, this is a really good tutorial from EPBOT, with several options for making the “U”.

Find the DIY Ghostbusters Screw U Necklace Tutorial by EPBOT here.

Kate Spade Knockoff Notebooks
Ombre Journals
Personalized Sketchbook
Customizable Notebooks for Back-to-School
3 Ways to Make a New Notebook Pop With Watercolor
Washi Tape Decorated Notebooks
Ombre Notebooks
Watercolor Notebook
Binder Folder

Pencil Cases/Backpacks
No-Sew Print Pencil Case
Knotted Zipper Pencil Pouch
Open Wide Zippered Pouch
Watercolor a Backpack

Kate Spade Inspired Acrylic Desk Accessories
Anthropologie Knockoff Gold Pencil Holder
Clay Desktop Paper Holder
Wood Bangle Pencil Cup
Cereal Box Drawer Dividers
Geometric Pencil Cups
Cork Containers
Desk Organization Command Center
Gold Desk Accessories
Simple Stationery Organizer
Desk Magazine Holder
Decorate Glass Jars with Porcelain Paint Pen

Washi Tape Pencils
Wire Heart Paperclips
Paper Marbling
Washi Tape Script Cards

Color-Block Bookmarks
Tassel Bookmarks
Cat Bookmark
Pressed Flowers Bookmark

Geometric Organization Inspiration Board
Pineapple Cork Board
Gold Wire Memo Board
Quick + Cheap Mood Board Idea
Ribbon and Linen Pinboard

Ombre Calendar
Washi Tape Calendar
Post-It Calendar
Paint Chip Calendar
Wall Calendar Using Color Chips

Youtube Videos
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Backpacks for Back to School | LaurDIY
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Marble & Minimal School Supplies | LagunaBeachLove10
Locker Organization & DIY Decorations | MayBaby
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Back to School Notebooks | Live Your Style
School Supplies + Back to School Room Decorations | MyLifeAsEva
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Kate Spade Inspired School Supplies | HaleyCairo


Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPworkinprogress

Weekend Hashtag Project is a series featuring designated themes and hashtags chosen by Instagram’s Community Team. For a chance to be featured on the Instagram blog, follow @instagram and look for a post every week announcing the latest project.

The goal this weekend is to capture videos that show what it’s like to make things by hand — from woodworking and flower arranging to calligraphy and cooking. Here’s how to get started:

  • Begin with handmade projects that are already part of your kitchen routine, like making your morning coffee or assembling a bento box lunch.
  • For complex craft projects, capture the details of transformation — turn on sound to share the tapping of knitting needles or the swoosh of screen printing.
  • Use Hyperlapse or stop-motion techniques to tell a step-by-step story, from the source of your supplies to the finishing touches.

PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPworkinprogress hashtag only to videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.

DIY Game of Throne Dragon Eggs

Make these DIY Dragon Eggs using Styrofoam eggs, nail polish, and lots of tacks.

For more Game of Thrones DIYs go here.

Find the DIY Game of Throne Dragon Egg Tutorial from Accio Lacquer here. *Check out all of her fandom nail art at the link!

More DIY Dragon Eggs

DIY Game of Thrones Dragon Eggs Tutorial and Template from Cosas Molonas here.

For more GOT eggs, check out this DIY Mini Roundup of Game of Throne Dragon Eggs that look good and are doable.


OUR Restroom’s First Ambassador: Craft Beer Cellars!

Well, OUR Restroom has its very first ambassador, before the campaign has even ended! The incredible humans at Craft Beer Cellars in Los Angeles, CA, had us come in to talk to them about the importance of taking their gendered signs down… and immediately said, “Hell yes.”

Corissa, one of the two owners of the craft beer retail store & bar, explained, “We want this to feel like a home away from home, and for that to be possible, everyone has to feel comfortable and safe.”

On top of all of that, we were fortunate enough to have the incredible Molly Adams volunteer her time to document this awesome occasion. Craft Beer Cellars now has two unisex restrooms, and OUR Restroom signs up in their store to let all their patrons know why they made this important change. 

To learn more about our work, and to help support in our final days, head over to