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Posted by: Cathy on May 22, 2012 Tagged in: Untagged
Who wouldn’t love to be given this gigantic paper flower on Valentine’s Day this year? It’s incredible! Find the full tutorial here on Green Wedding Shoes .
I love this project.
Back in my failed former days as a window dresser, I got some good advice from Tanja, the Grand Dame of the cosmetics department. Originally from Romania, Tanja was widely renowned for her eyebrow waxing skills and had arrived at a point in her career when she only had to take one appointment a day, then happily dragged it out all afternoon.
This tutorial is an old one of mine that’s too good not to share again. Since posting the first time, I’ve had lots of questions about these buttons which will hopefully be answered in this revised post. Equipment
A paint-swatch chandelier? I think so :)
Polly Wiggins, a quilling friend in Kansas, encrusted this paper mache heart with beautiful folded roses and fringed flowers.
Every now and then you see an idea that is so clever you start thinking about building a fence. I don't actually need a fence, but I want one now. This brilliant idea is from GardenDrama.wordpress.com and it's so simple.
Paper roses are one of my favorite paper crafts.
This tutorial is for a large toiletries bag to travel with, who doesn't need an extra large bag to hold their makeup, lotions, shampoos and other essentials? If you're unfamiliar with zippers, try this pencil case tutorial first to get the hang of it.
Apropå gårdagens ugglor , så har jag inte ledsnat än… Ta en titt på dessa söta ugglor.
This is one of the first crafts I'd ever posted online. I used to belong to a community called Craftster.org (waaaay back in the day). It's still around but I rarely remember to visit.
does this wall make you as happy as it does me? it should. while the art has taken some time and money to collect...the bunting was FREE!