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Our party calendar for May is packed with bridal showers—stay tuned for an upcoming feature on real-life parties with loads of stealable inspiration! In the meantime, we found this gem to hold you over from our blogger friend Taryn, who runs formalfringe.com .
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.
A Basic Envelope Book Materials Needed: To create a basic envelope book you will need: 4 envelopes all the same size 2 pieces of plain cardstock cut to the same size as the envelopes Patterned scrapbook papers to cover the card A piece of cardstock as wide as the envelopes and 12" long A length of ribbon
Book purses were mentioned on here a little while back. I thought you might like to see the one I made. It's a nice accessory for the librarian side of steampunk! I had my eye on some attractively bound Reader's Digest Condensed Books (I have no pity for them) that were in the local library book sale, but wanted a little more space than one book could give me. So I made a box-type purse out of three.
It's April, which means it's officially stashbusting month! It's time to dust off all of the supplies hiding at the back of your closets and create using what you already have on hand. Think of it like spring cleaning, only much more fun! If you're planning to plow through your excess stash this month, you'll be needing plenty of ideas and inspiration. Heather and Rhonda put their heads together and came up with this list of must-visit blogs to help steer your way through your stashbusting odyssey. Give your bookmarking finger a few good stretches, then read on.
How to Make a Sailor's Knot A Sailor's Knot is also known as a Turk's Head knot. It can be made on your hand. Other People Are Reading...
I get a lot of emails from illustration students and young cartoonists.
Handmadeology’s resident product photography pro Mariano, has put together a $12 product photography set up that will help you acheive studio quality product photography . I took this picture in my kitchen. It looks like a photograph I could have done in the studio, using complicated lighting equipment. I did not.
Bibliophiles and bookworms, English majors and lovers of literature: is it possible to have too many books? They accumulate so quickly! Every member of your family getting you the same three books you requested for Christmas.
I made a thing! My now-functioning studio made me itchy to make stuff, so the other day when I should have been working at the computer all day, instead I did a little digging through my reclaimed sweater stash, and made this! What is “this”? It’s a convertible cowl-neck sweater vest slash cowl slash shirt slash skirt…..? It’s a simple concept that I came across on pinterest / ravelry and have been eager to try out ever since!
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