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Transfert d’image sur bois super simple. Crédit photo: Rosemary Paquet Attention : vous allez apprendre une technique qui peut de vous rendre accroc.

Transfert d’image sur bois super simple

Comment fabriquer soi-même des tickets à gratter ! Tuto comment faire des petits sacs en papier. Parce que ça peut toujours servir, je vous explique comment j’ai fait mes petits sacs en papier.

Tuto comment faire des petits sacs en papier

Sticks, Stones, and Paper Stew Blog. This is for you Wendy Y-H.

Sticks, Stones, and Paper Stew Blog

Hope you take a peek! For this seasons 4E house project I’ve decided to create a tunnel book. Each artist has to respond to the previous artist’s page, there is no real subject (well, not at this point because I’m still creating the back ground). Tunnel books are assembled with a solid back and accordion pleated sides. Each interior page is cut away. Accordion pleats To start with , I picked a dark green 80lb cover stock for the accordion pleated sides. Pages: Handmade Paper… 1.

Handmade Paper…

Select the pieces of paper to be recycled. You can even mix different types to create your own unique paper. 2. Rip the paper into small bits, and place into the blender. (about half full). 3. 4. 5. Place the mold into the pulp and then level it out while it is submerged. 6. Screen Printing Press. After doing some freezer paper printing* on a shirt for my son, I wanted to do some more intricate designs and maybe even sell some of them, but didn’t want to spend a lot of money buying a press.

Screen Printing Press

So what do I do instead? Spend a lot of money building a press! Click the “continue reading” link for some details on the construction of my homemade screen printing press. *cut a stencil in some freezer paper, iron it onto a shirt, dab on ink, pull up the stencil, set the ink with an iron. How to Make a Silicone Mould. Polymer Clay – Tutorials. DIY – Paper things pretty. L’année dernière, je suis tombée par hasard sur une lampe, je ne sais plus dans quel magasin, dont l’abat jour était construit sur un principe de pliage similaire à celui que je vous montre aujourd’hui.

DIY – Paper things pretty

Internet n’ayant, pour une fois, pas su me donner une réponse satisfaisante à mes questions, j’ai passé des semaines à essayer de comprendre comment il fallait s’y prendre pour reproduire la même chose. L’avantage, quand on cherche par soi-même, c’est qu’on ne se contente pas de reproduire ce qu’on a vu : on finit forcément comprendre la technique globale… qui d’ailleurs n’est pas très compliquée. Cette année, je vois fleurir partout des pliages de ce type – jusque chez monoprix où ces boules de papier font partie de la déco de Noël des magasins. J’ai donc pensé que le sujet vous intéresserait peut-être. Aujourd’hui, je vous explique comment reproduire la petite boule en papier imprimé. 1. 2. 3.

Recette de la Porcelaine Froide : La Pâte Fimo maison - Tutofimo.com. La porcelaine froide durcit en séchant à l’air libre, elle ne nécessite pas de cuisson supplémentaire après avoir réalisé des objets, perles et figurines.

Recette de la Porcelaine Froide : La Pâte Fimo maison - Tutofimo.com

Soyez patient, le séchage peut durer de plusieurs jours à 3 semaines. Plus vous attendrez plus les objets seront durs et résistants. A RECIPE FOR PRINTING - Alabama Chanin. Yesterday, we heard from Heather Wylie about her Bohemian Bop venture, her love of printmaking, and how she got into screen printing t-shirts.

A RECIPE FOR PRINTING - Alabama Chanin

Today, Heather shares with us a recipe for screen printing at home, based on her own self-taught experience and by following You Tube videos and a few books on the subject, including Printing by Hand: A Modern Guide to Printing with Handmade Stamps, Stencils and Silk Screens by Lena Corwin, which we wrote about here a few years ago. As Heather mentioned yesterday, printmaking requires many steps and each step demands careful attention in order to get the desired outcome.

Anyone can print at home, but it is a lengthy process. Screen Squeegee Screen Filler Drawing Fluid Emulsion Remover 2 Paint Brushes Ink (water-based) Tape Scissors Stencil Fabric Palette Knife The screen is the main tool in screen printing – it houses your design and allows you to transfer ink onto your material. Baking Soda Clay Ornaments - Mama.Papa.Bubba. My personal rule?

Baking Soda Clay Ornaments - Mama.Papa.Bubba.

All things Christmas wait until December 1st. Well, besides crafting or purchasing the odd little gift here and thereI guess… This year though, I’ve broken my own rule. Silkscreen Tutorial ~ theHANDrawn – Rom Salvar. Make your own silkscreen frame by simply following these steps below.

Silkscreen Tutorial ~ theHANDrawn – Rom Salvar

The instructions are the same as any How to Make Silk Screen Frame Tutorials, I simply add a little bit of idea I've learned that I guess may help you out on how to stretch the organza much more easier than the usual pulling. . ^^ The Bodybuilder - Reversible dummy on Behance. MAKE: DIY Clay Magnets. By Melisa of Pie ‘N The Sky One of my favorite things to do in the morning is leave little notes for Elisha, my husband, to read when he wakes up. We’ve started to collect our little love notes and wanted to come up with a creative way to display them. I thought our fridge was the perfect canvas! DIY tote bag.

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