Tutorials. Making coil baskets has been on my do list for a couple of years and recently I finally took some time to have a little fun putting own twist on this process!
You can make a coil basket out any thick rope or twine, you can even use scraps of fabric wrapped around the rope for something really colorful. But I decide to keep it simple and use rope (out of everything I tried I liked using cloth line the best). To begin, coil the rope. Using a machine, zig zag stitch the coil together and keep coiling and stitching. I spend lots of time sewing heavy duty and non-traditional materials on my machine- I typically use a denim needle for these kinds of projects. Once you have the base of the basket you can create the sides by tilting the coiled rope as up as you sew. Continue sewing until the basket is desired size...SO EASY!! 4 Ways to Make Paper Flowers with Jeffery Rudell. April 8th, 2011 Email 23 users recommend.
The "Times" They Are A-Changing: How to Make a Basket from a Newspaper. May 3rd, 2012 Email 1339 users recommend A charming basket (or comfy pet bed) is crafted from an issue of the Sunday New York Times.
Recycling never looked so good. Jeff Rudell Weaving newspapers is a perfect activity for kids who are stuck inside on a rainy May Sunday (and it works with adults, too). A simple ribbon or two can turn even the most modest of materials—in this case an old newspaper—into a thing of beauty. Photo: Jeff Rudell The entire 126-year-old farmhouse I grew up in was insulated with old newspapers, wadded up and stuffed behind the walls and between the studs. With such a long history with newspapers, it struck me as odd recently to realize that most of what I did with newspapers these days (besides read them) was bundle them up and deliver them to the curb once a week in anticipation of the 6:00 a.m. recycling truck that comes every Monday to retrieve them. External Link - Bookmark - Yo Yo Bookmark.
Free Daisy Flower Stencil to Print and Cut Out. Magazine bowl - recycle project no. 7. This project took me so much longer than I thought it would.
I may not be finished yet (I'll explain in a minute) but I want to move on to other ideas so I decided to post about it now. I certainly didn't reinvent the wheel with this one but it was something fun and super easy to make. Materials:- a magazine (I didn't use more than half of a magazine)- glue gun I started by making a tight little roll and making the flat circle that I showed you the other day.
Posez plusieurs fois le tampon encré sur le papier blanc. Saupoudrez de poudre à embosser et chauffez à l'embosseur. Découpez le grand cercle du gabarit du kit "shape cutter". Collez ce cercle sur le grand carré de papier vert découpé avec le gabarit carré et le shape cutter. Décorez les branches de gui avec des rosettes de rubans verts.
Take one of your pennies and place a dimensional in the center (you want to get that dimensional in the center so that your image will spin correctly). Peel back sticker piece and place the second penny on the top (make a sandwich with the dimensional in the middle). Take a second dimensional and stick it to the center on top of your penny sandwich. TIP: You can use metal edge tags, large buttons, or cardstock circles/squares made from bigger punches to adhere smaller images that don't otherwise cover the penny. Fabrications en papier. Tutorials. Collages. In this tutorial we will learn how to make a mixed media collage.
Things we will need: 1. Acrylic paints (or other paints of your choice). 2. Some brushes. 3.