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Peacock Feather Earrings. I posted some pictures of peacock feather earrings I made a while back.

Peacock Feather Earrings

I thought I would do a tutorial for how to make them so if any of you are up for a fun summer jewelry project. I saw these a while back at Anthropologie for 40.00 or so. They only cost a couple of dollars to make which is more in my price range. Materials Needed: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. You should be able to find all of these supplies at your local bead or craft store. To start, select two feathers that have the same eye shape and color.

Map love. Page corner bookmark for kids in Ideas for kids crafts - StumbleUpon. Decoupage Craft Christmas Gift Ideas with Older Kids. Decoupage is so fun and can do amazing things!

Decoupage Craft Christmas Gift Ideas with Older Kids

My kids and I had fun taking some of these ordinary items and transforming them into beautiful homemade gifts that they are excited to give for Christmas. These projects are definitely for the older children or can be accomplished with a lot of help for the younger ones. The pictures are the ones we created. The links to the websites with instructions are below the photos. Hexagonal Stacking Boxes - Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories. The inspiration for this week’s project comes from the Japanese stacking octagonal box kit shown above.

Hexagonal Stacking Boxes - Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories

We previously used a similar technique to demonstrate a business card box with traditional elegance. We now present a surreal modern makeover for Japanese papercraft boxes by using (recycling) paperboard packaging. We follow the same basic construction techniques, but simplify it by eliminating the paper coverings and decorations. In their place, we use paperboard from cereal, cracker and cookie packaging. These cheerful boxes are easier and less expensive to make and have a surreal quality to them. They are great for storage, gift giving, and decorative use. Halligan’s american travel map. Summer time really gets my travel bug a-jumpin!

halligan’s american travel map

I am guilty myself, but so many of us long to travel abroad yet don’t take advantage of our very own American continent! Salvaged patchwork bulletin board. Compare to Pottery Barn Teen's fabulous but expensive Style Tiles Whenever I speak to my dad on the phone, he always asks, “Miss me?”

Salvaged patchwork bulletin board

This past month I’ve been getting concerned emails, so apparently some of you missed me—or at least my weekly blog posts. I’ve missed you too. Persephone Magazine &124; Blog &124; The Lazy Lady's Guide to... - StumbleUpon. At some point near the middle of March, I always decide that I’m “done” with winter.

Persephone Magazine &124; Blog &124; The Lazy Lady's Guide to... - StumbleUpon

The sweaters and jackets get pushed to the back of the closet, the flip flops come out, and I inevitably freeze my butt off for several weeks until the weather catches up with my warm-weather state of mind. Likewise, my cravings for fresh herbs and veggies are always a little ahead of the season. Magnetic Pin Dish. Cinnamon Stick Candles {fall ideas} I couldn’t resist linking up to Kate’s craft party so this afternoon I quickly made a centerpiece for the dining room table.

Cinnamon Stick Candles {fall ideas}

This is such an easy craft that you’ll be able to do this project in less than twenty minutes! All you need are cinnamon sticks, candles, a rubber band, and some ribbon/twine. (Note: I found inexpensive cinnamon sticks at Ollie’s.) Place your rubber band around your candle and then place your sticks under the rubber band. To add interest, I varied the height and also varied whether the line on the cinnamon sticks faced outwards or toward the candle. Once the entire candle is covered in sticks, wrap twine or ribbon around the rubber band in order to conceal it. Here you can see the entire casual fall tablescape. Bird and Text Collage Wall Art.

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Bird and Text Collage Wall Art

RTW: Air Plant Chandelier TUTORIAL. I’m Haley, and I live in Brooklyn with my husband, Jeremy, and our two kitties, Simon and Pixel.

RTW: Air Plant Chandelier TUTORIAL

I write The Zen of Making, a blog about my adventures in vegan cooking and baking, crafting, sewing, and DIY. Tillandsias are my current obsession (they may take over our apartment), so I’m really excited for the opportunity to share my air plant chandelier tutorial with you crafty folks! If you’ve been following my blog over the past couple of weeks, you are already well aware of my love for air plants. The moment I saw the Air Plant Chandelier Tutorial over at Modishblog.com by way of Ready Made’s blog, my tillandsia interest went from enchantment to full-blown obsession. Once the seed was planted, I knew I couldn’t help but make my own. You need: 4 air plants, 4 clear glass containers with a lip around the top (or a handle), flexible wire, twine, a pair of needle-nose pliers, and a pair of scissors. Cut a piece of wire about 24″ long. Create a loop by crossing the loose ends of the wire.

RTW: Straightener Cozy TUTORIAL. Emily is here to show us how to make one of her Straightener Cozies.

RTW: Straightener Cozy TUTORIAL

This is a great gift idea!! Hi!