Sounds different, right?
Salaam and hello out there! About a week ago, I posted a picture of the newest additions to my polymer clay jewelry collection. Remember these ?
I'm not quite sure how it happened.
For this project, you will need the following: Materials 4 - 1x10 boards @ 10' long 1 - 1x6 boards @ 8' long 1 - box of #8 1 1/2" wood screws (75 were in my box) 12 or more 2" finishing nails Sandpaper in varying grits 80,120,240,320 *Optional wood filler or plugs (I used filler, but in the future I think I'll try plugs) or you could just leave the screws exposed if you wanted to?
I've been promising a tutorial and I've finally finished it~ This Sapphire Patina is just so beautiful and it's something all of you can try at home with terrific results!
<img alt="crochet_bead_bracelet_creative_kismet.jpg" src="http://makezineblog.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/crochet_bead_bracelet_creative_kismet.jpg?w=629&h=315" width="629" height="315" class="mt-image-none" style="" /> These beaded crochet bracelets from Regina of Creative Kismet are beautiful, and super simple to make. Regina’s video tutorial walks you through making a bracelet with small and large beads, and finishing it off with a decorative button closure. Gorgeous! More:
I like beaded earrings projects because they are fast for near instant gratification and don't need fitting like rings.
Lately I’ve been seeing an influx of Mod Podge jewelry ideas, and I thought about it – I too love making Mod Podge jewelry! In fact, I’ve made quite a bit. Jewelry is fun to make because it’s easy (I’m not talking fancy wiring here), it’s relatively quick and you can use up items from your stash since it’s small. I also love the gift-ability of it. Ready for 20 Mod Podge jewelry projects?
I am not a big fan of Astronomy but if you are, you’re in luck. In one of Cutepolish ’s previous video tutorials that I happened to stumble upon, demonstrates the simplicity and unique-ness of her galaxy inspired nail art. The design requires little nail art experience and employs tools that can be found around the household, making it highly accessible for those who are nail illiterate.
I love to make things that are easy to make but with a big effect. For this t-shirt reconstruction is no sewing required. It’s really easy to make but it looks lovely!
i'm really starting to love the idea of foot jewelry! though i won't be on a beach, i will be in grass and don't want to sink in heels and can't find shoes i love. DIY article stolen from here !
Depuis quelques temps, j'avais envie d'un nouveau t-shirt à dentelle, mais aucune envie de magasiner, et surtout pas d'acheter.
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