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January 1, 2013 - PROS: I love the way it looks. The pill divider is removable. Fits in small spaces and holds quite a bit of meds. CONS: Nothing durable about the aluminum construction. Cheap/flimsy plastic insert. Not easy to open, a bit cumbersome although, I have large hands.
Seguramente muchos de nosotros tenemos en casa algunas bombillas que no funcionan. ¿por qué no usar la imaginación y reutilizarlas? Hoy os propongo una idea sencilla y muy resultona . Por cada una de las bombillas que reutilicemos, podremos crear un jarrón para nuestras flores o plantas preferidas. Resulta una solución decorativa estupenda para adornar cualquier rincón, ya sean como centro de mesa, colgadas, sobre un mueble, etc. Dará cierto aire delicado, de ensoñación y romántico para cualquier estación del año.
For Iron Craft challenge #9, we were asked to think inside the box, creating something from a box or creating our own box. I struggled with this one much more than I thought I would. I had a few ideas, but none of them were really calling me to sit down and make them. Then suddenly the very last day, an idea struck me. I have a lot of shoeboxes hanging around and hoped to use one of them. I thought they would be good to organize something, but what?
considering my current wardrobe is getting smaller and smaller as my waistline gets bigger and bigger i've been going through my ol' refashion pile seeing what i can spruce up quick. i had this plain tee that was always a bit too baggy, and lo and behold it fits perfect now, haha! but instead of wearing a boring crew neck tee i got out the sewing machine to add a fun little bow! here's how i did it so you can make your very own bow tee refashion -
I’ve got a lot of embroidery floss left over from my middle school days. Of course I’ve kept it around, because I’m a pack rat when it comes to crafting supplies. I used some of it to stitch embroidery hoops , and some for DIY baker’s twine , but I still have a lot left. I found this wrapped feather pen tutorial from idlewife, and thought it’d be a good use of my floss. The feathers were purchased from Joann Fabrics a long time back. And the pens were spare ones from our drawer.
Summer is here and I suddenly have found I have time to enjoy being outside again, which means tank tops and summer clothes! I was browsing around Pintrest out of boredom and came across this blog Let’s Rock It . I have been wanting a shirt like this for a while and was excited when I saw it, but unfortunately my web browser would not translate the whole page, so I pretty much figured it out from pictures and small sentences provided. This is what I came up with.
So you want a key fob of your own but don’t want to sew or don’t know how to sew? You can totally still do it! Find out how with these easy to follow instructions! I love those little fabric key fobs that you see on Etsy and elsewhere.
Tape your templates in place so you know just where to stitch. Next, grab your water soluble stabilizer! I like Sulky Ultra Solvy, or thicker water-soluble stabilizers, because it makes sure our stitches will have a good base to stitch on, even on organza. Organza is surprisingly sturdy, but stitching on it is still mostly recommended for light designs like these wings. Hoop up your organza with the water-soluble stabilizer underneath, and stitch out each of your wings.
Min kreativa mamma kläckte idén för ett tag sedan att man borde kunna göra bokmärken för kokböcker, med alla veckans dagar på. Med hennes tillåtelse (puss mamma!) har jag utvecklat denna tanke och gjort en mall som ni kan ladda ner och skriva ut om ni vill. —– I while back my creative mother got this great idea for cookbook customized bookmarks, tagged with weekday names. With her permission (thanks mum!), I have developed this idea and made a template for you to download and print if you wish. Ladda hem pdf för utskrift ( svensk text ) / Download pdf for printing ( English text ) Mallen är gratis men får endast användas för privat bruk. / Free for personal use only.
If you're a cork collector like me, this DIY project is for you. Wine drinkers know how many leftover corks you can accumulate over the years, so let's put them to use! Not only do I love wine, but I love using cork for crafting projects.
My best friend has always a lot of kids over at her home. She has one of her own and she is babysitting for a living. This makes that her house is never completely tidy. But who cares?
Okay, so I've already covered some basic paper mache letters in vintage comics, but I found some really sturdy, better quality, wooden letters and I couldn't resist. I could only find an 'S', a 'J' and an 'E' but luckily I have a son named Josh, a good friend's child named Sebb and a gorgeous little lady called Emily, who these will be just great for! For the boys letters I'm using my faithful vintage comics. So here's what I did for the 'S'...
Today’s Back 2 School project is a lined zippered pencil pouch that fits inside of a three-ring binder. Materials needed: Outer fabric Lining fabric Interfacing 7” zipper Grommets or eyelets Stitch Witchery You’ll need to cut two pieces of outer fabric, two of lining and two of interfacing at 9”W x 11”L.
I love to wake up on a lovely Fall morning…before everyone else is awake. I sneak downstairs–make some coffee, grab a granola bar and the paper and hit the streets—looking for garage sales. I LOVE it! I LOVE to find something for nothing!