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Handspun Recycled Newspaper Yarn. Recently a commenter asked what they could do with all the old newspapers they had piling up.

Handspun Recycled Newspaper Yarn

With enough time, patience, and newspapers you can create newspaper yarn. From the design studios of Greetje van Tiem and her “Indruk” project she can purportedly spins 20yds of “yarn” from a sheet of old newspaper. Similar to our post on Plarn, newspaper yarn can be woven into varying degrees of complexity to construct anything from curtains, to rugs, netting throws, or even upholstery. Bracelets. Shimmery Foam Bangles.

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Image detail for -Upcycled Design Lab Blog: Plastic Bottles and Containers. The "Times" They Are A-Changing: How to Make a Basket from a Newspaper. May 3rd, 2012 Email 1339 users recommend.

The "Times" They Are A-Changing: How to Make a Basket from a Newspaper

Dye Easter Eggs With Silk Ties. Use thrifted silk ties wrapped around eggs to dye them with beautiful and stunning patterns!

Dye Easter Eggs With Silk Ties

Project from Martha. Project Materials: Raw eggs, on handSilk ties, blouses, or boxers, on hand or thriftedCheesecloth, old nylon stockings, or old cloth to cover silk-wrapped eggs, on hand or $1Yarn, string, or another method for closing the wrap around the eggs, on hand3 Tablespoons of vinegar, on hand. 50 Recycled T-Shirt Tutorials. IHeart Organizing. How to make an Outdoor Candle Lantern Inexpensively. Last week I made a candle chandelier for my deck.

How to make an Outdoor Candle Lantern Inexpensively

It looks so pretty when lit, but the rest of my yard was looking kind of neglected. I was determined to find a way to spread some more candle light around the yard to balance the light and provide more ambiance. S'more Squares in a Jar - Mixes in a Jar. Mushroom Shelf Tutorial! I'm ever so sorry for putting this tutorial off for so long!

Mushroom Shelf Tutorial!

Alas, I was nudged into action by a reader who had been patiently waiting for this since my first mushroom shelf post back in December (yikes! I'm so sorry!) Please accept my most sincere apologies and lets do just jump right into this! One's active participation in this tutorial is rather dependent on access to suitable mushroom specimens, and while I regret that I'm unable to offer any specific advice on where to go looking, do just keep a keen eye in the trees (up and down the trunks, specifically) the next time you are out on a ramble through a forested area, and your diligence may well be rewarded.

The correct sort of mushroom (there are actually a handful of different varieties that work) is typically espied growing from the trunks of trees that appear ill of health, or perhaps even dead, however there are never any guarantees of finding the mushrooms. ✥ DIY Paper Mache Letters ✥ Magazine Articles. How to Make Floating Candles Part II. I thought I’d give you just a quick and easy way to create some floating candles this weekend.

How to Make Floating Candles Part II

A little project that has immense reward with very little effort. Almost none in fact. Something even easier than what I showed you yesterday with How to Make Floating Candles Part I. All you need are tea lights, which I’m sure 90% of you have right now, and one little tip. Take your tea light. Pop it out of the tin cup and flip the candle over. Light another candle. A3_LOK-110072-ribbon_scarf_v6_ap_jb.

40+ Free Cowl & Neck Warmer Patterns: {Knitting. Christmas Display Ideas. This photo originally appeared in FamilyFun Magazine Total Time weekend projects Ages all-ages Let the sun shine in through a few of these glittery window clings.

Christmas Display Ideas

They stick to glass and plastic but, unlike real snow, they are easy to remove! What you'll need Paper and pencil Cookie sheet Waxed paper Dimensional fabric paint (we used Scribbles brand in Glittering Crystal) Homemade Hand Cream. Sometimes those taking my classes bring me gifts. Gifts are never expected but are always appreciated .. especially the ones that have special meaning . . like things people who read the blog know I collect. Homemade gifts are always special too. Easy Candle Upcycle. How to Make Your Own Alcohol Ink. Salt Dough Starfish Garland. Salt dough is a great medium for making these realistic-looking starfish. We decided to hang them on a piece of jute to make a really cute garland for one of our boys' nautical-themed bedroom. They would also make great Christmas ornaments for a nautical tree. What You Need:Salt Dough: Mix 2 Cups All-Purpose Flour, 1 Cup Salt, and 3/4 to 1 Cup of WaterJute or Heavy TwineToothpicksHow You Make It:Take a chunk of the dough and roll it into a ball.

Etceteras: yarn bowl. Day 3 of my paper mache paste craft-a-thon. You can see my first two projects here and here. After I finished both of those projects, I still had plenty of paper mache paste left. So, I threw a bunch of yarn into the paste to make this bowl. I remembered reading about making yarn bowls by wrapping the yarn dipped into glue around a balloon. I wanted my bowl to have more of a bowl shape and flat bottom so I wrapped saran wrap around the outside of a mixing bowl.

e1.interweave. I’ve heard this many times: “There are only two stitches used in every piece of knitting—the knit stitch and the purl stitch.” I guess that’s true, but what about the yarnover? It isn’t really a stitch, I suppose, but it’s used so often that I think of it as one. There are so many uses for the yarnover—there's lace knitting, of course, which is lousy with yarnovers, but there are also stitch patterns such as wrapped stitches and faux cables.

The stitch shown above left is a wrapped stitch, and the wrap is actually a yarnover. This stitch pattern is worked as such: K3, yarnover, k3, pass yarnover over all three stitches, k3, yarnover, k3, pass yarnover over all three stitches, and so on across row. Purl across row. Faux Stained Glass. How to transfer inkjet images to wood. MSC Paint. "Stained Glass" Votive Holders. Magic Braided Leather Tutorial. Create Your Own Lace Pottery.