Organizing. In our new house, I am anticipating having a crafting 'studio'.
It'll be more like a crafting area in our master bedroom, but studio sounds a lot more fancy! I've been making plans for storage solutions that are aesthetically pleasing yet frugal. I've also fallen in love with spray paint--remember this project? (Don't worry, I'm pregnant, so I only use the paint outside in between the tremendous April rainstorms.) We have a lot of empty yogurt containers around the house. I set the containers up on scraps of wood so that I could just do one application and sprayed them with the lids on. Dezember 2010. DIY Projects. Craft making for recycling and handiwork for meditating. Tatertots and Jello. WGW. Welcome to this crazy day of linky love and blog exploration!
I love to see what is new out there in blog land. Get started clicking away to view everyone's creations! Don't forget to check out the Giveaway Directory tomorrow! It amazes me how few people enter giveaways. This is your chance at free stuff! School is out at the end of the week here, which means it's summertime! You know what to do. Diy. Coastal, Beach + Nautical Decor + Interiors, Driftwood + Shell Decor, Crafts, Art + more.
Most people probably don't have a huge stack of beach Seaglass, if you are one of them don't let that stop you from making something awesome.
These sea glass mosaic creations are a mix of real and man tumbled sea glass, and in some cases it's hard to tell which is which. No matter what was used, all these mosaics have a very beachy vibe and look stunning! If you needed a privacy window, in a bathroom for example, a sea glass window like this would be gorgeous. Made by Robin Pierson. DIY Design Community « Keywords: trees, photoart, abstract. You can never have too much art, in my opinion.
But you SHOULD make sure you don't spend too much on it. I made my friend Syrina take some snaps of trees today, 'cause I can't find my digicam. :( Her instructions were to take photos of branches against the sky, so that at least two sides of the frame were sky and two sides were filled with branches. Today I Love: DIY Dreamcatchers. While I was away on our camping trip last week my clever friend Marichelle shared these fabulous results from her recent handmade dreamcatcher obsession over on her blog.
I’m smitten I tell you! Smit-ten! A quick google search yielded several additional DIY Dreamcatcher results that I love…so I thought I’d post a mini roundup for you all, in case you too feel like being bitten by the dreamcatcher bug. xo Ez DIY Dreamcatcher by Jena of Modish | Dreamcatcher How-to from Lune Vintage Blog | DIY: Natural Dreamcatcher from Foam Magazine | Dreamcatchers from Odette New York Blog (via Lifeflix) Librarians, Please Avert Your Eyes. Supplies:10″ foam wreath ($1 at Dollar Tree)Paperback novel ($1 at Dollar Tree – depending on the length of the book, you may need two)Brown and/or gray craft paintGlue gun & glue sticksSmall strip of ribbonA few paper towelsA few straight pins (optional) 1.
Assemble your cast of characters. I felt slightly guilty about purchasing an author’s work from the Dollar Tree for the sole purpose of ripping up. I read a few pages of Loving Charity just to make sure I wasn’t about to destroy a literary classic; let me assure you that I wasn’t. You could definitely use vintage books, magazines or sheet music for this project or even select a book off of your own bookshelf that you don’t think you’ll read again. 2. Lay the book on a clean paper towel for about 5 or 10 minutes to let the paint dry. 3. 4. You will do this layer all the way around the wreath. 5. 6. 7. To fill in your spaces, you’ll simply roll a page, apply glue to the ends, and just stick it in the wreath. 8. How About Orange. Here's a quick and easy Halloween project: votive candle holders with packing tape transferred images.
You'll need clear packing tape and access to a laser printer to make these. First, select the image you'd like to apply to your candle holder. (Check here for scary vintage clip art, like this spider, bat, crow, skull, aardvark, or search the database for other illustrations.) With a laser printer, print your images out 2" high (or to fit within the size of the clear packing tape you have.) Quick Kitsch Makeover. I purchased this funky plastic frame mounted-deer head on Etsy recently to go with my collection of deer decor.
I’ve done makeovers to deer before on my blog, but seriously, can you ever get enough of “before & afters”? I love them! So here’s another one. I disassembled the pieces. Painted several coats of white gesso on the head and frame. Handicrafts,Crafts and Artisans,Handicrafts of India,Arts and Crafts,India,SouthAsia,SouthEast Asia,Bangladesh,Bhutan,Maldives,Nepal,Pakistan,Sri Lanka,Crafts,Artisans,Handlooms,Textiles,Craftspersons. Home Decorating Ideas — TipJunkie Decorating. DIY Projects For Your Home. Ready to move from Blogger to WordPress? You can do it yourself! My e-book has over80 pages with over 100 screenshots towalk you through the entire process. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned in some of my posts for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe my readers will enjoy.
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