Posted by ScrapHacker.com on fredag, mars 16, 2012 · 6 Comments Open your eyes to the possibilities of upcycling old shutters into new awesome creations. I’ve gathered a pick of 10 inspiring and doable DIY projects (most with link to DIY tutorials) to show you there’s no need to shut the door to shutter futures anywhere. Hope the ideas will inspire some scrap hacking action! Shutter Wall
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. :)
Summer is great. And warm. And full of outdoor activities and trips to the pool and random walks around the neighborhood.
Burkar till smink och ansiktskrämer är ofta påkostade och det känns tråkigt att bara slänga dem när de är tomma. Gör som vi – spara och måla om dem istället! Ni behöver tomma och diskade sminkburkar, leksaker att dekorera med, klister och sprayfärg. Kolla att burkarna är ordentligt diskade innan ni sätter igång. Dekorera sedan burkarna med leksaker och eller annat roligt. 1.
When I was a kid my mom used red fingernail polish and painted the first initial of our last name to identify things we had, especially on stuff we took camping or our Tupperware and Corningware dishes. There was always a big red initial on the back, lest someone got confused that the Corningware dish with potato salad at the potluck or the cooler filled with beer at the picnic was OURS not theirs! She also used fingernail polish to identify keys.
UPDATE: For those following a link directly to this post, you can find pictures of the entire nursery HERE UPDATE: I recently found out the owner of the bed that inspired mine, check out her incredible site HERE When we began planning the nursery I really wanted a spot I could read with our kids and snuggle with them. Since I won’t be working as much, I have great hopes that maybe every once and a while I could cuddle down for a nap with one of them. So in working on the nursery, I began working on a ‘reading bed’ for us. Granted this will be a great bed for naps and for kids, but it is not designed to be an adult bed. I was inspired by this picture and then made it my own.
Lockets are probably the most romantic type of jewelry. It is not only decoration but also storage for photos or other relics. It is believed that the lockets was invented in ancient Rome, it was a round disk, which was the award to the military commander at the time of triumph.
Inspiration: When I had seen this necklace by Tatty Devine, I instantly knew two things. 1: I needed this right away to feed my dinosaur obsession. 2: At $180 it costs far too much and so I planned on making one. My version: Not exactly the same, but I do quite like it.
My husband and I both have cell phones. And both of us have phone chargers. And that means lots of obnoxious cords. You never know when one of us may be moving phone cords around, to give our phones an extra charge while we’re chatting away……… or trying to charge our phones up before running errands or something. Needless to say, those phone cords seem to be everywhere…..and are generally in the way and hanging all over the floor. (Okay, and how about when you’re in a hotel or visiting family/friends.
March 1, 2012 by Lauren I saw a "trick" online and thought "Weird! I wonder if that really works!" So I tried it.
Oh I am so excited about this project! Any DIY that takes less than 30 minutes is worth getting excited about, no? These flip flops are so easy, and so so comfortable.
I guess this is a week of headbands . ;) Have you ever stopped to think about what a cool gadget the zipper is? You can close things with one hand, they make a funny noise, they have "teeth"... Zippers are such a fun material to use in crafty things, and I can't believe that I never thought to wear one as a headband before. (I did make shoe flowers out of zippers a couple years ago, but then I've also tried to make everything into a flower.) :) What you need to make a zipper headband:
These creative lamps came to be when one artist couldn’t bare to see all of the old ink cartridges from their job end up in the trash. The translucent plastic of ink cartridges and colored labels make them perfect colorful little lamps for your desk. For something a bit grander, the Ink-Cartridge Chandelier makes a fun and unique light fixture with an assortment of 8 large K3 cartridges in the order they belong in inside of the printer. $35