Because every sorority girl loves to craft.

A sorority blog showcasing crafts for your big, little, and everyone in between.

I love when you guys interact with me on this blog - don’t be afraid to come say hi or tell me about your day or ask a question (I may not have the answer but i’ll try!)

And still feel free to submit your crafts!!

Thursday, July 3, 2014
Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Hi everyone :) I’m insanely busy these days with minimal time for crafting, but I have been making some time for scrapbooking! 

This is just a friendly reminder to submit photos of crafts, or tutorials of cool unique things you and/or your chapter have done!


Is one rec per house okay?

It depends on the rules and guidelines the chapters adhere to. Some require 1 or 2, some require none. If you are uncertain, try contacting the panhellenic for advice.

I wear glasses. Do you think that will ruin my chance of getting a bid?

No. Definitely not. And any girls that are going to judge you based on wearing glasses aren’t worth knowing, anyways. Be proud of who you are. So many people wear glasses; it is natural and nothing to be ashamed of.

Friday, June 27, 2014
I am rushing in the fall. I added a girl on Instagram from a sorority at the college I am rushing at. However, she requested to follow me (which I allowed) and never accepted my request. Should I be worried? I know some sororities don't like PNMs talking to current members or whatever. Or am I way overreacting?

I definitely think you are overreacting. As a guideline, obviously don’t post anything you wouldn’t want a future employer to see… but a lot of the time it just becomes awkward if the active follows a bunch of pnms that don’t end up joining their chapter. I don’t think it has anything to do with you personally at all. If you’re super concerned, you can block her until after recruitment and it would just appear as though you deleted your account.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014
What are some questions I should ask during rush to help me stand out?

It kind of depends on how formal the recruitment is.. but you can ask questions about past events, the philanthropy, what the members are proud of about their chapter… try to develop questions based on what is presented to you. Ask how they get involved with their philanthropy, what academic programming might exist, etc.

Wait until sessions about finances and fees to ask dues-related questions unless a member brings it up or the recruitment style is informal (it might be appropriate to ask about it at a campus with small greek life, whereas a huge Greek system would find it improper for you to ask in conversation).

The most important thing you can do to stand out is just display your ability to keep conversation flowing - it can be awkward for all of us but if we had a good conversation with you we will remember you!

Sunday, June 22, 2014
Joining a sorority is pretty expensive, but does that all get paid at once? Can you use students loans? How does paying your fees work?

Fees depend on chapter, campus, and housing situation for the most part. You pay typically per semester, and you will often find affordable payment plans are an option if you ask. Chapters I am familiar with pay their dues online, and some offer the option to also pay in cash. The way you use your student loans is a personal decision - because of interest you really should consider not using it for anything but necessities but it is something to possibly discuss with your financial advisor. Many international organizations offer scholarships that can help pay, won for involvement and academic achievements.

Thursday, June 19, 2014
What kind of questions will be asked through recruitment??

Anything to get to know who you are and what you stand for. Think job interview meets first date meets coffee date with a friend I guess. Anything could come up as long as it’s not too personal/private. Try preparing an elevator speech to practice talking about yourself and you accomplishments and interests. It sounds like it would be easy but talking about yourself under pressure can be a challenge for many people and you don’t want to say “ummmm, uhhhhh” constantly to fill space! Just don’t recite a speech during recruitment - use it as a prep tool :)

Tuesday, June 17, 2014


Writing “open when” letters for my little and I couldn’t be more excited for big/little reveal!!!
I had to look everywhere for good topics for them so here’s mine in case anyone else needs help!

  1. Now!
  2. You feel like you’ve failed
  3. You’re missing me a little
  4. You’re missing me A LOT
  5. You’re having a bad day
  6. You need a little fun
  7. You need a pick me up
  8. You’re angry
  9. You’re bored
  10. You need some love
  11. You feel like giving up
  12. You’re sad
  13. We haven’t talked in a while
  14. It’s sunny out
  15. You’re feeling chilly!
  16. You are worried
  17. You are stressed
  18. You can’t sleep
  19. You’re tired but have to stay up!
  20. You’re feeling silly
  21. You need a push
  22. You need a laugh
  23. You’re disappointed in yourself
  24. You’re lonely
  25. You need to know someone cares
  26. It’s your birthday!
  27. You need to know how much I love you
  28. You just want a hug
  29. You’re thinking about the future
  30. You’re sick
  31. When I graduate
  32. When you graduate
  33. You don’t feel confident
  34. You’re nervous
  35. It’s THAT time of the month
  36. You get a bad grade
  37. You get a good grade
  38. You don’t want to study
  39. You feel out of place
  40. It all feels like too much
  41. You’re just a little grumpy
  42. New Years Eve!
  43. Christmas!
  44. Halloween!
  45. You’re having a good day!
  46. You have a big interview
  47. It’s your first finals week!
  48. It’s your last final’s week!
  49. It’s summer break!
  50. You need someone to talk to and I’m not picking u

This idea is awesome!

Monday, June 16, 2014
Alpha Phi Omega Little Mermaid letters

Alpha Phi Omega Little Mermaid letters

Do you know how to trace Lilly prints onto canvas, paddles, etc? Thanks!!

An easy way is to trace it with tissue paper or tracing paper and then put that tracing over the surface you want to paint and go over this with some permanent marker…. You want to test it out first on a different surface to make sure your paint will completely cover the marker that transfers through first though.

Does anyone have any tips on how to make a spirit stick? Thanks!

Not sure what this is, anyone have tips?

Wednesday, June 11, 2014


Hi everyone, here is something I wrote and I feel like I need to share. This is in response to this: which I have seen shared through Facebook and Twitter entirely too much lately. This would have come a lot sooner if I…

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