Www.buzzfeed. Homesthetics. Top 31 Amazing DIY Paintings For Your Blank Walls Top 31 Amazing DIY Paintings For Your Blank Walls January 16, 2015 • by Codreanu Andreea • DIY Projects, Ideas • No Comments Our walls are like blank canvases waiting to be filled with wonderful paintings and works of art.
Bought paintings are a little bit impersonal and don’t really say much about the home’s owner. Fishtail Braided Anchor Bracelet. I have been obsessed with stripes lately, mainly blues or reds against white. Such a classic combination! When I found this anchor at my local jewelry supply store, I knew that I wanted to create a DIY inspired by it and by my love for classic stripes. I mixed a nautical inspired fishtail braid with the anchor for this bracelet DIY. Hope you enjoy! Full tutorial after the break... 39 Easy DIY Ways To Create Art For Your Walls. How-To: "Stained Glass" Votive Holders. - StumbleUpon.
How To Make a String Tree Wall Mural Home Hacks. Previous image Next image This impressive mural (along with a few others) were made by artist Kathryn Anderson with nothing more than pushpins and yarn.
We'll show you how you can create your own, step by step and with tips from the artist.Kathryn Anderson of KAndeArt has made some great wall murals out of nothing more than string and push pins. Newspaper Nails. A few weeks ago I shared in this post that I learned how to do this amazing thing called "newspaper nails.
" Since I love words, and reading, and books, it has inevitably become my favorite manicure. Want to learn the how-to? First, gather your supplies. You will need white nail polish, newspaper, rubbing alcohol, and clear shiny polish for the top coat. Step one: Grab some newspaper and cut it into pieces big enough to cover your nails. Step two: Paint your nails white. Step three: Dip a piece of newspaper into the rubbing alcohol and saturate them well.
Step four: Press the bit of newspaper on your fingernail hard for about three seconds and peel it off. Creative Guest: Watermark Tee by Sweet Verbana. Hello U-Create readers!
I am so excited to be guest posting here today. Easy as hell pizza balls by ~1wolfmadien on deviantART. Tye-dyeing eggs. I posted this tutorial a few years ago and it has become somewhat of a tradition to bring it back every year!
One of our family Easter traditions is dying eggs with pieces of silk. I saw a cute lady show Martha how to do it a few years ago and I ran upstairs right then to steal a tie! It’s way cooler than those cups of neon liquid that end up all over your clothes, your furniture and your hands plus it gives you an excuse to rid a man’s closet of ugly ties. Here’s the run-down: You need 100% silk for this to work.
I try to find an assortment of colors and patterns. Usually it will tell you if it’s 100% silk right on the main label of the tie, but a lot of them don’t, and if that’s the case, check that little tiny end, it’s usually hiding there. The first step is to deconstruct the tie. Chalk wine glasses. Last month I got an email from one of those "deal of the day" websites featuring a very cute set of wine glasses with chalkboard stems from a company called Chalkboard China.
I've seen chalkboard glasses before, and always thought them to be a fun and chic way for guests to keep track of their glass throughout the night so you don't end up with mixed-up glasses or dozens of half-full glasses left around the house. But all the ones I've seen in stores feature a strip of chalkboard paint across the bowl of the glass, which I've always felt looks awkward and takes away from the beauty of the wine or beverage in the glass. What I like about this version is that the writing part is at the bottom on the stem and foot of the glass, so it doesn't compete with the beverage. I also like that the simple black foot on the glass is in itself an elegant design element, and would work just as well with no writing on it. Zip-up earphones. I love to have my music with me everywhere I go, but I hate the tangled mess my wires become when I toss them in my bag or pocket.
Last night I whipped up a fun and functional solution by adding a zipper to my earbuds. This project took me around an hour to do (perfect for catching up on some t.v. from hulu.com). The supplies are few; basic sewing supplies, a pair of headphones, and a nice long zipper. I happened to have this crazy purple and gold nike zipper I found thrifting a while ago, it seemed perfect for this project. The first step is to pull the earbuds apart, to separate the wires all the way down to the plug.
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As soon as I thought of making these I got a huge kick out of naming them Party Animals. Hilarious, but if you hear groaning…it’s coming from my house. Regardless of how cheesy the name is, these turn out awesome. Your kid’s favorite animal holding that birthday candle minus those red eyes that are oh so typical for plastic creatures, awesome.
Supplies - Mirror Design. You all know we love a good Anthropologie knockoff around here – so a couple of days ago when I was browsing online I came across this mirror.
Oh I definitely need that. Hold the presses – did that say $498??? Huh. We can do better than that. :) So after scouring the thrift shops, cutting myself on mirror glass, and overcoming an unreasonable fear of Mod Podge, here is my version! Pillow covers. January 16th, 2012 Have you tried fabric markers yet? I finally got around to it, and they work great. Paired with a stencil you can use them to stencil your favorite quote on a tea towel, apron, t-shirt, table runner, pillow cover, place mat, cloth napkin, old pair of blue jeans—anything you can think of! Dream Catchers. I’m really diggin the whole hippy thing. And while Craig is quick to correct me on the fact that dream catchers are not hippy-ish, I still think of them that way. Natural, care free, simple. All things I relate to those old hippies. hah.
The point of a dream catcher is to weed out bad dreams. Depending on who you talk to, there will be two different stories on how this happens. This is not a traditional Native- American dream catcher. Flowery Wreath. Have you been following me for a while? Do you remember this base wreath (below) that I bought from Target a while ago? I challenged myself to use this wreath through every season for one year. Well, I’m now about 6 months in and I have given this wreath its fourth transformation.
I injected some pretty yellow paper flowers into the wreath to greet the budding flowers and trees outside my window. From Christmas – Valentine’s Day our wreath was red, white and green: Jewlery stand. Notebook keyrings. I am sorry, I can't show you the other ones anymore. Paper key holder. Lemon Sugar Scrub. Winter is here and if the cold, dry air has turned your hands into sandpaper like it has mine, you`ll appreciate this hand scrub that leaves your hands soft, smooth and smelling delicious!
Turn your old jars into thoughtful, homemade gifts (& keep one for yourself!) Cup Lights. Posted by: Cathy on Jun 03, 2012. Wax candle holders. A fun and easy project with a beautiful payoff. Learn how to make these Balloon Luminaries. You will need: Paper wreath.
Paper apple. Soap. Leaf Boquets. Bath scrub and Salts. Fabric braclets. I don't know what it is about this time of year that makes me just want to have my bare feet in the sand, be watching the sun setting into the ocean, and breathing in the warm salty air of the beach...as i get older, more and more i find myself missing that place i used to go to almost every.single.day. as a teen. Wrapping paper, maps, etc cards. Friendship Bracelets. Little stars.