The Ultimate DIY Workshop and Makerspace! Zine Machine: A DIY Magazine Primer. Did you spend your young adult years with Sharpie marks all over your fingers, sneaking access to the library photocopier to produce handmade doctrines to hand out at concert venues?
If so, then you know what zines are all about. For the rest of us: zines are DIY magazines that have been enjoying a burst of popularity in recent years. They can be found in a variety of formats and explore every topic under the sun. If you have paper and something to say, you can make a zine. Zine-making resonates with the library field's values of promoting activism, freedom of speech and freedom of expression. If you are a programming librarian, consider hosting a zine workshop at your library. One of the most appealing aspects of a zine program is the infinite versatility of the format. The beginnings The first zines on the scene were created by sci-fi fans. Jumping ahead to the 1970s, the punk revolution was fertile ground for zinesters. Riot grrrls Zines today Zine workshops in the library. Sew What: How a Sewing Machine Can Open the World to Students // Project-Based Learning Through Making.
Succulent MicroGardens in Wine Cork Live succulents in cork. (525) Pinterest. DIY Wine Cork Planters. By her own admission, Linda from It All Started With Paint isn’t what you’d call a green thumb.
But tiny low-maintenance succulents were calling her name and that’s where the idea for these unlikely thumb-sized planters came from. Read on to learn how to create your own easy-to-make planters! – Wine corks – Magnets – Glue gun – Succulents – Soil – Steak knife Drink some wine and save the corks. Gather your supplies. Using a steak knife, core out centers of the corks. Use glue gun to affix magnets. Add soil. Add plants. Simple as that! The DIY ideas for cork stoppers are endless! We love these adorable cork magnets with #succulents … @paintschips @BobVila #DIY #WorldEnvironmentDay…
DIY Upcycled Cork Air Plant Magnets - Living La Vida Holoka. Cool DIY Gift Idea for Plant, Wine Lovers: Plants Grow in Fridge Magnets, Recycled Corks. Plants are said to create peace and harmony in your living space.
Cork planter fridge magnets add a touch of green harmony to your fridge door’s “to-do and not-to-forget” lists. Here’s how you upcycle cork wine stoppers with very little tools or materials. 1. Punch a hole in the corks with a screw driver. Cindy Crushes Programming: Tile Art. I love doing drafts with tiles.
They are super cheap and it is easy to do many projects with them. I get my tiles from Home Depot, Menard’s or Lowes. I purchase the white ceramic tiles. The size depends on the price and type of tile available. I will discuss two of my favorite tile crafts below. Book Mod Podge Tiles Supplies TilesBook cover imagesMod Podge Brushes. MakerHub. MakerHub. Ultimate Makerspace Guide For Schools and Libraries. 'Check Out' All the Creative Things Libraries Circulate. Everyone expects to be able to check out books and DVDs from their library.
But telescopes? Cake pans? Litter clean-up kits? Below are some creative examples of materials being circulated in libraries around the country. Do you circulate something unique at your library? Contents: Litter grabbers, safety vests, bags and a bucket. Cost: The Suffolk Litter Control Office received a grant that enabled the library to purchase the kits' contents and covered the cost of marketing materials, such as banners and signs, says Litter Control Coordinator Wayne G. How is it working? Arts and Crafts Kit — Topeka and Shawnee (Kan.) Contents: Instructions, books, yarn, paper and tools, such as knitting needles, embroidery hoops and rubber stamps. Pinterest. Templates – UMakeButtons.com. LoveToKnow. The term "ribbon" refers to narrow loom-woven strips of cloth, often with a visible selvage on each side that helps them to maintain their form.
Ribbons can be made of any fiber and are usually woven in satin, plain, gauze, twill, and velvet weaves. The origins of the term "ribbon" and its earlier forms, ruban or riband, are obscure, but they may be Teutonic and a compound of the word "band"-the ancestor of the modern day ribbon. As early as the Neolithic period, people wove very narrow, dense, often utilitarian strips of fabric on small portable looms. Impressions of warp-faced plain weave bands dating back to 6000 B.C.E. were excavated from the Turkish archaeological site of Çatal Hüyük. While their purpose was primarily functional, some evidence suggests that bands also could be used for more flirtatious and decorative purposes.
Early History Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Nineteenth Century Twentieth Century Beyond Fashion Commemoration. Parents & Educators . DESIGN SQUAD GLOBAL. Community Partnership Application. Technology Support for Maker Communities - K-12 Technology - April 16, 2018 - Big Deal Media. Scratch - Imagine, Program, Share. Valentines Day Light-Up Cards.