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I was poking around on Etsy today for a little inspiration and happened upon Garden Dub , a shop that I think could rival the likes of Anthropologie and Free People. I’m in awe of Toronto-based shop owner Jiorji’s keen eye for blending deep and vibrant colors together so beautifully. Jiorji’s bohemian style is growing on me exponentially thanks also in part to her styled product shots. Oh, the styling . So captivating and original and a great source of inspiration for any shops who want to improve their product photos. Pop over to Garden Dub and spend a good party of your day perusing Jiorji’s shop for a load of other breathtaking jewelry, accessories, and clothing.
okay, another anthro knock off...i just couldn't resist this one because it's so similar to my antler necklace . the photo on the left is my inspiration from anthropologie: crowned stag earrings for $198!! you can find it here . the photo on the right is my cheapo version made out of sculpey. supplies: -2 fish hook earrings -2 jump rings -polymer clay -(2) 1 inch pieces of wire -pliers -paint (optional)
I am always on the lookout for handmade card inspiration. I love slipping handmade cards into clients’ packages, just to surprise them with something special and artistic that can go on display. Today, I thought I would share some of the handmade cards I have created, so you can get a healthy dose of handmade card inspiration as well!
Sometimes we all need a little inspiration. Pinterest is a great online inspiration board where you can collect all of your favourite DIY’s, recipes, quotes, prints and more but sometimes it’s nice to have something accessible to you that you don’t need to open a computer/iPad/phone to view. Enter the Creative Inspiration Board. I have hung mine above my crafting desk/workspace and even in my 450 sq ft. apartment I have made room for my essential crafting corner.
Easter is one of our favorite holidays. Celebrating the hope and freedom we have because of all Jesus has done for us and rejoicing that He has risen. Celebrating spring, color and the fresh air that this season brings. And of course, getting to eat lots of yummy candy…hello mini Cadbury eggs and peeps!! We wanted to share a simple Easter centerpiece and table set up in case you still need some inspiration for your Easter table.
I've uploaded some videos to show you the basics of knitting. The video above shows you how to cast on. This is the first step before beginning any knitting project. The Knit Stitch is the most commonly used, basic stitch in knitting.
Happy Tuesday, sweet babies! How goes it? I’m pretty excited about today, because Renee Hong ‘s back to visit! And she’s brought along with her what has become my favorite new alternative to your traditional ring bearer pillow. I happen to feel exactly the way she does about toddlers walking down the aisle balancing jewelry, regardless of the fact that the rings are meant to be secured to the pillow ahead of time. Still irks me, just like it does Renee.
Me cuesta un poco pensar en la primavera con el frío que esta empezando a hacer acá... pero con tantas cosas primaverales que empiezo a ver en los blogs me tente de hacer un post primaveral! It's quite hard to think in spring when here is getting so cold!! but with some many flowers and butterflies around the blogs I wanted to make something spring (: Estas mariposas las hice el año pasado para la escenografía de una obra de teatro que tuvimos que hacer en la escuela, y ya que estaba aproveché para hacer un tutorial! Super sencillo y poquisimos materiales (: I make this butterflies last year to decorate a scenery of a school play!
Hi everyone! Good news and bad news today (not very bad though, don’t worry ). Good news is Phil fixed our laptop! He’s handy that boy (he has also been known to fix our washing machine, other people’s washing machines and even the odd dodgy bit of car in the past). Bad news, Phil and I are back into revision again (I know, it doesn’t feel like long since the last bout, yuck!!!).
It’s remarkable what you can make with trash! Here’s an attractive way to recycle tin cans into simple lanterns. This project uses small cans, but if you use larger ones, you might find glass jars that fit inside them to protect the candles from the wind. If you don’t have any wire coat hangers, 1/10 in (2mm) diameter galvanized fencing wire is a good substitute.
Yesterday was a busy day full of possible adjustments and future decisions. Change is hard for some of us, but at the end of the day it's important to realize that the most important things in life are still the same and we can do hard things . Luckily, I had a project to take my mind off the big choices. My husband and I went on a drive the other weekend to enjoy the changing fall colors in the canyon.
Step 1: Paint and Prepare Prep the surface of your stool by lightly sanding it before applying primer. Once the primer is dry, apply a couple of thin coats of water-based flat enamel. Step 2: Draw or Print the Image Transfer the image you want onto stencil paper such as Wax-O ($5, hobbylobby.com ). Using a craft knife, cut out the sections to be painted.
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