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Today I am going to teach you how I make a tutu. Here are the supplies that you will need: 1/2" elastic (I prefer the braided elastic) 6" spools of tulle (found in any craft store, sometimes in the bridal section) 1 yard of double faced satin ribbon (optional) needle and thread large book First, get your princess's waist measurement.
These crafty green gift tutorials are going to make you recycle, reuse, upcycle or repurpose like never before…you’ll see. Whatever you want to call it, going green is the way to go! There’s a little something for everyone and I know you are going to find the perfect gift for your neighbor, brother, mother, sister…you get my drift…there are 101 tutorials here, people!!!! They’re not just ideas and pretty photos, but these links will lead you on the path to creating fabulous green gifts that are simple and require minimal supplies. You might need to grab a few extra recycling bins, but it’s worth it! If you’re looking for Green Home Decor Tutorials , don’t miss the end of the post!
You've been very patiently waiting for this tutorial and I'm happy to say, it's finally time! These calendars are not hard to make but because there are a lot of pieces to cut and decorate they do take some time. I'm going to break the steps down into 4 tutorials which I will share in order over the next couple of days.
S ince we’re in the throes of unpacking right now, I’ve been thinking about how to organize my craft supplies. I’m currently using clear plastic boxes, a set of plastic drawers, my toolbox and my sewing box to house all my craft supplies. Let’s just say that it’s super easy for everything to get tumbled up and disorganized in a matter of minutes. I did a bit of research on Pinterest, of course, and found 10 fabulous organizing ideas for craft supplies. Enjoy! I love the jars!!
Nothing soothes the soul like a good long soak, especially with a heady infusion of calming scents. Tools and Materials: Heat-sealable tea bags, thesage.com Lavender buds, thesage.com Chamomile buds, thesage.com
November 2, 2011 I love a great challenge! Last week Katie and friends announced the second Pinterest Challenge (Fall Edition) and since I missed it the first time around, I decided to hop on board this time. A few weeks ago I had cozy accents on my mind, specifically sweater pillows. Pottery Barn has made versions of these in the past and there were a few DIYers who came up with their own interpretations too.
Mini Tree Advent Calendar + Free Template It’s advent calendar time! Anyone who has read this site knows I love advent calendars. In our family we print out a list of Christmas related activities and put one in each box with a little toy or candy. Some activities are big, like “go see the Nutcracker” or “Sit on Santa’s lap” but others are simple, like: “Drink Spiced Cider” or “Hang Mistle Toe.” I started doing this as a way to avoid missing Christmas.
Here’s a simple How-To on making those gorgeous Dahlia Flower Tissue Paper Pom Poms you see in magazines and on the Internet. So easy, you’ll be looking for places to hang them around your home! 1. Start by stacking eight to twelve 20×30 inch sheets of tissue paper of all the same color. 2. Measure from the short edge of the paper up 1.5 inches and 3 inches and mark at each spot.
Hello lovelies and happy Friday! I thought it would be fun to leave you all with another Valentine's Day freebie / project so that if you feel inspired, you will have time to make it for your special someone over the weekend. What is sweeter than loving words to rest your weary heads upon... especially when they spell out something as endearing as "U COMPLETE ME" when placed side by side.
Here's a fun activity for the kids while school is out for winter break. Make your own snow globe! It's way easier than you think. Snow Globe Tutorial Supplies: *Wide-mouth canning jar with lid and screw-on ring *Winter themed ornament or figurine (make sure it will fit in your jar!)
Hi. My name is Julie and I'm a wino...and if you're one too, you probably have tons of wine corks gathering in your kitchen junk drawer or collecting in a box somewhere, right? And you're saving them for a special wine cork craft project, except you don't have any ideas of what that project will actually be...you just know that you don't want all of those corks going in the trash.