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Japanese Kusudama , this tutorial is featured on Craftuts Anyone can do that, I assure you. The proof: I can, just take a quick look at my result below.
I really wanted to make the sock bunny that Heidi (from My Paper Crane ) created, but I didn't have any of those fantastic red and brown monkey socks. What I do have is baby socks: tons of cute, mismatched, totally useless, never stay on baby socks. Now that my littlest is very much not an infant and too soon will be a toddler it seems kind of silly to keep all those teeny tiny socks.
Greeting Cards & Gifts
These simple handmade gift tutorials will make any crafty person’s heart sing with joy! You don’t need special skills or a bunch of time because these can all be done super fast! Simple and cute…that works for me!
There are lots of different jewelry storages ideas. One of the interesting solutions is stash book. It doesn’t take much space, does not attract attention and looks very stylish and elegant. The most interesting feature of this idea is that you can do it yourself from any book without using a lot of effort.
Here is a list of Tutorials that I have found, tried or have wanted to try. I had been keeping them bookmarked and tagged, but still found it hard to keep track of them all. So, here is my compiled list of wonderful tutorials by all kinds of amazing crafters and artists. Of course, there is not enough time in the world to make ALL of these great things, but when I need an idea for a gift, this is where I can go- and maybe you too. I’ll be adding more as I find them.
In July 1988, the back cover of Fine Woodworking magazine featured an awe-inspiring object: the vintage 19th-century tool chest of master carpenter and free & accepted mason H.O. Studley. If the workmanship in the tool chest is any indication of the maker's talent, then the craftsmanship of Studley must have been a wonder to behold. The chest created quite a stir among our readers, and when we later created a poster of the chest, it quickly sold out. The poster was reprinted in 2011 and can currently be bought in our store .
Cuteness alert coming right at you, but how fun is this little DIY project, guys? I found the original inspiration on Pinterest (the ‘lamp shades’ were covered in Hallowe’en hued paper) but figured I’d give it a go using my fave hues. Wouldn’t this garland be absolutely fabulous for a bridal shower, an outdoor wedding and or even the most perfect addition to a nursery in lieu of a night light? Check out the awesome step by step photos below shot by the always wonderful Jenna .
Der eingedellte Würfel Dieser Würfel kann sowohl mit Würfelperlen, als auch mit Zylinderperlen angefertigt werden. "The punched in" can be made from 1,5 mm cubebeads as well as with Delicabeads.
here is how to make your own party paper lanterns. materials : origami paper, christmas lights time it takes: depends on your folding skills, and the amount of lanterns you wish to make. step 1. buy small origami paper, approximately 6″ x 6″
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We love using chalkboards as backdrops for displays and parties (like this one here !). So we were super excited to learn that you can create your own custom colors-and it's really easy! We first learned how from Martha Stewart whose tutorial you can read here . She recommends that you use latex paint, but we tried it out with acrylic paints with much success.
Grouped together on the mantel, Drac-o'-lantern and tiny winged pals create a Transylvanian scene. Run-of-the-mill pushpins turn into devilish red eyes. Vampire Tools and Materials
Tools and Materials Two round pumpkins for each sconce (one medium, the other about half as big) Small wood gouge Starburst Template Toothpicks Starburst Pumpkin Sconces How-To 1. Prepare the larger pumpkin by cutting a hole in its side (this will become the top of the sconce), and hollow it out until the flesh is 1/2 inch thick.
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