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Modern DIY Bracelets - Perfect for Summer Crafting with Girls Modern DIY Bracelets - Perfect for Summer Crafting with Girls 28 Jun As a girl, I spent a lot of summer days lounging around making friendship bracelets of one form or another. It started simply with trios of embroidery thread and eventually evolved into more intricate creations involving beads and other such adornments. Lately, all sorts of inspiring DIY bracelet posts have cropped up around the web and it’s made me nostalgic for those uncomplicated summers. So today I’ve rounded up a dozen wonderful bracelet crafts. Share them with a special young girl in your life and carry on the tradition.
Stacked End Table Shelf
DIY Photo Light Box // Take Better Photos! | Ninth and Bird DIY Photo Light Box // Take Better Photos! | Ninth and Bird One thing I've learned during my blogging adventures: You eat with your eyes first! Photography is everything when trying to capture a tutorial for your readers, or make your products look desirable on And what's the most important part?
DIY Organization Solution – Grocery Bag Holder
When we lived in our loft in San Francisco, we had four walls. In the entire apartment. That place was airy and open and, well, wall-less. Those four walls were 18 glorious, intimidating feet tall. Easy, Inexpensive DIY Wall Art Ideas Easy, Inexpensive DIY Wall Art Ideas
TUTORIAL: Coffee Stirrer DIY Wall Art - Last week, I posted a preview of the simple, inexpensive wall art my mom and I created. Now I’m excited to show you how you can make a one-of-a-kind coffee stirrer masterpieces too! I’m big on projects that anyone can do. And this is one of those projects. If you can smear paint on wood and use scissors, you can make this easy art. TUTORIAL: Coffee Stirrer DIY Wall Art -
It’s a good idea to use free paint chips: Check out the 31 ways paint chips are used in all kinds of projects!! Some of these you may have seen around blogland others are from Etsy. It’s a good idea to use free paint chips:
SuppliesDollPaintbrushesBlack acrylic paintGrey acrylic paintDark grey acrylic paintThin cardboardTape or spray adhesiveScissorsPliersBlack specialty fabricSmall rubber bandSewing needleBlack thread InstructionsRemove the doll's clothing and hair. Remove the hair by cutting the length of it off and then pulling out the roots with pliers. Paint the entire doll with the black paint except for most of the arms. When the black paint is dry paint the doll's arms so that they have a grey tinge Dementor Christmas Tree Topper Dementor Christmas Tree Topper
A Post By: Darren Rowse The following tutorial on constructing an Inexpensive Light Tent was Submitted by Jeffrey Bail over at our Forums. I thought it was well worth highlighting here on the main blog too! How to Make An Inexpensive Light Tent – DIY How to Make An Inexpensive Light Tent – DIY
Have you been wanting to make your own tea wallet? Here's a tutorial for you. You'll need 5 by 7 inch cuts of outside fabric, inside fabric and a piece of flannel which will help give your wallet some stability. You'll also need a 2.5 by 7 inch cut of your inside fabric and a 3.5 by 7 inch cut of your outside fabric. Tea Wallet Tutorial - PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS Tea Wallet Tutorial - PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS
Guess What This Art Is Made Of! (And Then Make It) » Curbly | DIY Design Community « Keywords: DIY, paint chips, art
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Remember how I promised a fun paint chip project a few weeks ago? Well, here it is (finally)! It's more DIY art for us "non-artists", so I hope you have some bare space on your walls 'cause you're sure to want to make this. Yeah, it costs $129 at World Market. Intersecting Circles Wall Art Tutorial Intersecting Circles Wall Art Tutorial
DIY Paint Chip Art « Kimbercrafts I’ve seen a ton of ideas all over the web about how to re-purpose paint chips into cute DIY decor. I was inspired to make my own piece of paint chip art after seeing this tutorial over on A Beautiful Mess. This project was made with all supplies I already had on hand. I accrued a small collection of paint chips when we were first moving into our home, and were in the process of choosing our wall colors. In addition to the paint chips, I used some pretty papers with complimentary colors – these were mostly re-purposed greeting cards I had saved. DIY Paint Chip Art « Kimbercrafts
As I mentioned in my last post, my sister and her two girls have temporarily moved in with us. We're only three weeks in, but so far it's only bringing good things. One of the best parts is having someone to share cooking duties with. DIY Dry Erase Meal Planner
How to Make a Magazine Reed Box April 17th, 2009 Email 261 users recommend Tightly rolled magazine pages make gorgeous reeds, which you can use to cover all kinds of things. Diane Gilleland You can use ad pages, article pages, or text pages to make your reeds.
Mod-Mood Quilt 6 ~ Get Your Curve On | daintytime ~ Sherri Lynn Wood Step 6: Get Your Curve On I hope as you work through step 5 the sections of your mod-mood quilt are beginning to fall into place like pieces of a puzzle. If your sections are curved like mine it can be a little tricky sewing it all together. I was able to machine piece most of the gentle, smaller curves but larger, complex, and severe curves required hand work. Here’s a quick overview of curved piecing techniques, by machine and by hand, to help your process along.
Materials: 6"-square clear and colored acrylic panels clear window decal film for ink-jet printers (available at crafts stores) photos computer and ink-jet printer drill 1/8" drill bit 1/2" book rings (available at office supply stores) spray glue craft knife ruler1 yd ribbon or cord for hanging Instructions:ENLARGE photos to at least 7" square (to cover 6" acrylic panel with room to trim) photo and print onto window decal film using ink-jet printer, following directions on film package. COAT one side of acrylic panel with spray glue. REMOVE paper backing from decal following package instructions. Position on acrylic panel and smooth down with fingertips. Craft Ideas - Easy Crafts for Kids, DIY Crafts and Knitting Patterns
Hey...Things Change!: DIY: Paint Chip Calendar *New and improved version of the Paint Chip Calendar is right here. Yesterday, while perusing some of my favorite blogs, I found this great DIY calendar idea from Design Mom. It got me thinking about a project I had put on the back burner for a while and it also reminded me that I have yet to purchase a 2011 calendar and here it is March! So I took my back burner idea involving paint chips and combined it with a DIY calendar and created my own mash up: a DIY Paint Chip Calendar.
Craftster tutorial
Holder for Charging Cell Phone (made from lotion bottle)
Tutorial : DIY Friendship Bracelet
DIY ethic: Make a record bowl
Ways To Reuse Old Magazines
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Recycle Tutorial: Woven Rag Rug
Seashell Lights - Martha Stewart Crafts
Crystal Enamel Drinking Glasses
DIY Silhouettes Gallery » We Re-Did It.
Wood Block Picture Collage
Monogram Chipboard Canvas
Recycle an Old T-Shirt into a Rosette Throw Pillow
visual_fuckers: FLESH WOUND TUTORIAL 8D
The Technique Zone: Acrylic Paint Transfer
How to make a {free} light box
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Weekend DIY: Yarn Bowl
For 2012: Make a Memory Jar
How to Create Papier Mâché: 10 steps (with pictures)
Create / Newspaper art.
Free Pattern Wizard and Free Pattern Downloads