November 16, 2015 • Movies & Film, Star Wars, Crafting, Classics, Fiction
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Here at Quirk, we’ve scoured the internet for the best bookish, geeky, and crafty links of the past week. Whether you have a hankering for new story by Charlotte Brontë, or need a quick DIY star crochet tutorial, we’re sure to have something to make your day a little brighter.
November 16, 2015 • Crafting, Coloring
Good thing it’s almost time for Thanksgiving, since we’ve eaten all the leftover Halloween candy and moved on to craving pumpkin and pecan pie! In between stuffing ourselves with our favorite side dishes, we like to give thanks. And something we here at Quirk are always thankful for are books. All the books. So we created a DIY printable in case your turkey is also a bookish one like ours.
October 26, 2015 • Crafting, Movies & Film, Music
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The bad news is that it’s Monday again. The good news? We’ve scoured the internet for the week’s finest links so you don’t have to. Whether you are looking for some sweet new coloring pages or a mixtape that perfectly captures the late October vibe, we’re sure to have something to help make your day a little brighter.
October 21, 2015 • Crafting
Halloween decorations don't have to mean store-bought candles and cobwebs! Quirk gets crafty and shows you how to make wondefully spooky mason jars that will help any home feel the Halloween spirit.
October 20, 2015 • Crafting
White walls: the bane of renters/dorm-dwellers everywhere. Never fear! Even if you can’t paint the walls, you can add color and pattern that stays up all year and comes down easily when you want it to. The secret? Hand-picked fabric and liquid starch.
While starching laundry isn’t too frequent nowadays, this wonder-liquid makes an excellent paste for your wall and turns scrap fabric into beautiful décor. It’s also water soluble, so the fabric and paste comes off easily when the time is right. Don’t have a jug of laundry starch sitting around (who does)? Whip up your own patch of starch for this project with stuff you already have in the kitchen.)