Make a Ringlet T-shirt Scarf for Fall. This little ringlet scarf made out of old t-shirts is so fun for fall!
There’s no sewing involved (hallelujah!) , and you can make it while sitting in front of the TV in less time than it takes to watch a really good, trashy show on E. Since I have an abundance of orange and blue Auburn shirts (and we go to a lot of the crisp, fall football games) I decided to go with Auburn colors.
This scarf goes together so fast and is basically free to make – it’s perfect to wear in support of your favorite team! :) The best part about this cute scarf is that the only supplies you need to make it are a few old tshirts and a pair of scissors. So grab a few tees in your favorite colors and start by cutting off the hem. Then cut the shirts into strips about 3/4″ wide. Give the loops a nice big stretch. And wrap them around you hand. …31 more times. Now take those hems and cut them into strips about 5″ long.
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I finished Jenna's Christmas present! I finished it two nights ago! When the husband saw it yesterday, I informed him proudly, "That's Jenna's Christmas present! " "A bit early, isn't it? " he asked. "Not really," I returned. Who finishes their Christmas presents on time nowadays? Ah well, it feels good to finally clear away the mess and gummy scissors*, I say. Bag - Enjoying the Small Things: Nella Cordelia: A Birth Story. Nella Fantasia (translated from Italian)In my fantasy I see a just world,Where everyone lives in peace and honesty.I dream of souls that are always freeLike the clouds that floatFull of humanity in the depths of the soul.In my fantasy I see a bright world,Where each night there is less darkness.I dream of spirits that are always free,Like the clouds that float.
In my fantasy exists a warm wind,That blows into the city, like a friend.I dream of souls that are always free,Like the clouds that floatFull of humanity in the depths of the soul Cordelia: Dorothy Cordelia, my dear loving grandma, who taught me more about life than she could have ever known. This is probably the hardest thing I've ever had to write in my entire life. The hardest and yet the most beautiful. A week. Oh, here it goes.The story of our daughter's birth. This is Nella's Story. I turned 31 on December 29...exactly a month ago. Fast forward. I called my friend, Katie, in Fort Lauderdale. Paper a Book Wall. Do-it-yourself decorating allows you to customize your home, apartment, condo, or room with DIY accents that transform your space on a budget without completing a full-scale remodel.
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How-To: Duct Tape Roses. Bookhoucraftprojects. Tuesday, 11 February 2014 by Irene Hoofs As I prepared for Valentine’s Day this year I knew I wanted to come up with a craft that was fun but didn’t include chocolate or sweets.
Now that both of my children are at school (and knowing they would want to make gifts for their classmates) I also wanted a craft they could make on their own – or with minimal assistance. My Spec-tacular Valentine’s Day glasses fit the bill and were inspired by my four year old who just loves wearing sunglasses. What you’ll need:*Spec-tacular Valentine Printable (link: *Scissors*Glue*Glitter (optional) Step 1:Cut out the Spec-tacular Valentine’s Day cover, glasses and glasses arms. Optional Step 2:Add glue to the glasses frame and decorate with glitter. Step 3:Secure arms to the back of the glasses frame with glue.
Step 4: Fold the cover along the lines as shown. Step 5: When your items are dry, place glasses inside cover and give to your Valentine. Happy Valentine's everyone!