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♡ DIY Création boites à cadeaux en papier Saint Valentin. 15 Activités manuelles que tu peux faire avec ton enfant. Généralement, les enfants aiment faire des choses avec leur mains. Et si le résultat est joli et utile, tant mieux ! Sympa-sympa.com a rassemblé 15 idées très faciles à réaliser, et aussi très instructives. Ton enfant peut s’amuser à les faire pendant toute la journée, et il regardera moins la télé. C’est une bonne alternative, n’est-ce pas ? Tablier coloré Tu as juste besoin d’un tablier d’une seule couleur et de peintures spéciales pour dessiner sur tissu ou acrylique à base d’eau.

Tapis coloré Avec un cerceau et des pelotes de grosse laine en couleurs, ton enfant pourra faire un tapis comme celui-ci. Les porte-clés avec des empreintes digitales Découpe des cœurs en terre, laisse tes empreintes digitales, fais un petit trou pour un anneau et mets-les au four. Même les plus petits pourront faire ça Accroche un bout du fil à un anneau, et laisse ton fils enfiler des perles. Support pour bagues Tasse personnalisée Sous-verres Coussins Des pots peints Porte-bougies colorés Bougie originale. Brico Sympa - Friandise de massage. Brico Sympa - Etui à lunettes. Brico Sympa - Aquarium. Brico Sympa - Carte origami coeur. Brico Sympa - Moulin à vent. Brico Sympa - Sac en T shirt.

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Чемодан из коробки для обуви в технике декупаж. Добрый день! Хочу показать вам замечательную идею для любителей декупажа, как можно сделать чемодан из обувной коробки. Стильный и полезный аксессуар для вашего дома. Небольшой мастер-класс о том, как дать новую жизнь ненужным вещам, поможет вам помочь создать необыкновенную и красивую коробку для мелочей. Для работы понадобится: Обувная коробка Ремни Бумага для скрапбукинка или обои Винтажные элементы для декора коробки Краски для жекупажа Кружева При помощи всех этих принадлежнойстей, вы сможете сделать очень красивую коробку чемодан, добавив при этом свои оригинальные идеи.

Декордекупажмастер-классподелкиручная работа. 20 Clever Things You Can Do With a Shoebox. Tutorial at: The Idea King Tutorial at: Two Shades of Pink Tutorial at: U-Create Tutorial at: Handmade Charlotte Tutorial at: Frugal Fun for Boys. Upcycled Kleenex Box. I just LOVE making something cute and useful out of garbage!! I have’t had time to make anything for several weeks – I’ve been chomping at the bit to create. We’ve finally slowed down enough to start enjoying summer. A while back I bought some Natural Jute (a VERY large roll), for wrapping some upcycled bottles and jars. I’ve been trying to think of other projects to use my jute. As I pulled the last tissue out of the Kleenex box, this vision came to me.

Why not? I started with a tissue box, cut the top at diagonals, removed the plastic, and glued the flaps down. Then I spread Tacky Glue on my box, and started wrapping and gluing the jute (from the bottom of the box). Voila! Looked a little unfinished so I decided to make a liner. I pulled the canvas over the edges of the box to decide on the length and width, and cut a rectangle to the appropriate dimensions. Here’s my finished project. What have you rescued from your garbage or recycling bin? If you like, please Pin. Tammy Linking up with: How To Make A Light Up Shoebox Theater. Got an extra shoebox lying around? Recycle it into an arctic-themed puppet theater with working lights! It’s a blast to make and perfect for impromptu imaginative play, even after the lights go out. Let’s get started… Note: Because of small parts, this is a project best suited for children 3 years and older.

What You’ll Need Shoebox with lid1 piece of cardboard, approximately A3 sized1 sheet of white copy paper2 sheets of dark and light blue A4-sized paper5 or 6 wooden skewers1 strand of LED Christmas lights (10 lights)Small wooden beads Tools RulerCraft knifeCutting matScissors (kid-friendly)Felt-tip pens, black and coloredPencilScotch tapeGlueGlue stick Step 1 Mark a frame on the bottom of the shoebox and cut it out as shown. Step 2 To make a platform, mark and cut the same lines as before on a slightly smaller piece of cardboard that should fit inside the box as shown. Step 3 Glue in the two separator pieces and the platform. Step 4 Let’s decorate! Have fun! DIY Mini Foosball Table...perfect for kids! My husband and I, along with our 11 year old son, love to play foosball. We will play until our hands hurt. My little girls want to play so bad, so we let them drop the ball on the table. That only satisfies them for a little while. They REALLY want to play.

So we appease their desires by getting 10 gallon paint buckets for them to stand on. They start to play, but then they can’t reach all the sticks because the paint buckets don’t move so they are stuck having to play stationary and only being able to reach two sticks. Yes, this is as comical as it sounds! This is when an idea for a DIY kid-sized foosball table came into my brain. Supply List:-shoebox-small wooden dowels -clothespins -utility knife-Sharpie Marker-ruler-hot glue gun and glue-wrapping paper to cover the box-spray paint-clear tape-ping pong balls 1. 2. 3. 4. In the picture above you can see where I have made the holes on one side of the box and marked the other side of the box for the next set of holes. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Build a Marble Run with Craft Sticks. Of all the many marble runs we’ve built over the years, this is our new favorite!

Simple materials and sturdy construction make it a WIN for a wide variety of ages. It all started the other day when we needed a break from homeschooling. It has been too hot to get outside, and we were all going a little crazy! Owen and I decided to make a marble maze in a shoe box lid. I got out a shoe box lid, craft sticks, and a low temp hot glue gun. I wasn’t sure if the craft sticks would be stable at all when glued on their sides, but it worked surprisingly well. Owen (age 5) really enjoyed doing the gluing and building with only a little help from me. Owen enjoyed tilting the box lid and rolling his marble through his completed course! Owen didn’t want to build his marble track with more than one possible path for the marble, so Aidan decided that he would make a more complicated marble maze.

He even planned out his design on paper ahead of time! Kids of all ages will enjoy this one! Tea Party Behind The Scenes - Cardboard. And glue it on with a good strong glue (I use UHU). Reinforce the side with clear packing tape, punch a hole on each side and twist half a pipe cleaner/chenille stem to make a loop. Repeat to make enough for every guest: On the day itself, provide handbag-shaped paper(we used wrapping paper and scrapbooking paper) in pairs and a table full of supplies, including chenille stems,glue dots and kid-friendly white glue: Polka dot beads from here. The little crafters threaded beads onto a chenille stem(leaving about an inch free on each end) and twisted the ends through the loops on the handbag to make a handle. Then they decorated their handbags with paper andstick-ons. For 3D gluing, like adhering gems and buttons,I use glue dots.

This is one of my favorite cardboard crafts, I think -it has a little of everything - gluing, sticking,decorating, beading, and little girl/old granny charm. At the end of the party, they took them home as goodie bags. Want to make your own? Enjoy! Plumpudding: Cereal box globes for Earth Day. Скрапбукинг для начинающих. Мастер-класс с фото. Популярное сегодня слово «Скрапбукинг» дословно можно перевести как книга, состоящая из вырезок. Этот вид рукоделия позволяет всем желающим оформить красиво фотоальбом своими руками, в котором сохранится много приятных моментов и семейная история. В технике скрапбукинг можно сделать дневник, блокнот или тетрадь, всё зависит от вашей фантазии. Если вы решили заняться скрапбукингом, то в первое время захочется приобрести сразу много материалов.

Не спешите В этой статье мы расскажем о том, что нужно для скрапбукинга и как оформить панно и блокнот в этой технике. В первую очередь вам понадобятся ножницы, которые бывают разных видов и формы. Двусторонний скотч пригодится для приклеивания фотографий, при этом он не подходит для приклеивания фона и мелких деталей. Некоторые сточки возможно придётся сделать на швейной машинке, но это не обязательно. Панно для фотографий своими руками Это один из простых мастер-классов, который поможет вам освоить азы скрапбукинга. Панно для фото своими руками. Smart n Snazzy: DIY ~ Upcycled Birchboxes Into Earring Organizer. How to Turn Your Phone Into a DIY Photo Projector for $1. Slide projectors are great but outdated.

And digital projectors cost a bundle. What’s a photographer to do when they’re looking for a bigger picture? We’ll show you how to turn your phone into a photo projector for just $1. Yep, for a buck you can have Instagram on overdrive and Flickr living large. The project is so easy, you might even have time to sneak in a cat video or two. Make a DIY Projector for $1 Why it’s Cool: A phone based projector is a great way to show off your mobile photos and your phone hack savvy. Just picture laying in bed browsing your feed or watching a movie on a ginormous screen. A projector provides a new way of looking at your shots, and for $1, who can afford not to try this project? The Ingredients: ShoeboxPaperclipSmartphoneMagnifying glass (get it for $1 at Dollar Tree), or a large aperture lensX-acto knife or similarElectrical or black duct tape Optional: Matte black spray paint or black paper Step 1: Trace a Hole on the Box Step 2: Cut a Hole in That Box.

Peachfizzz: DIY: Make Up Storage. Everybody and their dog use their old beauty boxes for storage of make up, nail polish, jewellery etc and that is exactly what i had been doing. But let's face it, when you have a tonne of boxes piled up on top of each other it doesn't look that great so i did a bit of hard researching (or maybe i just googled...) of ways to re-use beauty boxes and came across this blog post. I needed to give it a go for myself. What you will need: 4 beauty boxesScissorsGlue of some sort, i used a hot glue gunRibbon First of all take 2 lids and cut one of the longer sides of each, these will be the sides for your drawers. My drawers seem to be quite stiff and tightly fitted at the moment so i need to figure out how to sort that out but apart from that i really love the outcome of this little project, the drawers look so much cuter than a pile of boxes after all.

What do you think? Char xxx. Mini Notebook From A Cereal Box. I am still a little old-fashioned when it comes to taking notes and I usually have at least two pocket notebooks in my purse at all times (one for craft ideas and the other for making to do lists). I realized that I am also very picky when it comes to choosing the perfect notebook, and for those of you who are like me, I've got a solution for you! Follow the directions below to make your own personalized, budget-friendly pocket journal out of cereal boxes inspired by my favorite Moleskine notebooks. Choose your favorite decorative paper and a stylish button to create the perfect notebook that suits your own style. These were so easy and fun to make, I ended up making four...one for me and three for my friends.

Materials: • Cereal box (1 cereal box makes 2 notebooks. Steps: • Cut out the cereal box to create the cover for your notebook. Make a cute shoebox picnic basket - 100 Directions. Brico Sympa - Journal. Brico Sympa - Pendentif en coeur. 22 Façons de donner un coup de neuf aux vieux objets. 20 Idées pour donner une nouvelle vie à tes vieux jeans. Handmade by Meg K: Up-cycled Jeans to Toy Storage. My find of last week...

I've never sewn with vinyl before, but I've been wanting to since seeing an explosion of post-Christmas storage ideas in the blogosphere. FYI: I was perhaps a tad nervous about sewing with vinyl because it sticks to the sewing machine and to itself, but I found these great tips at Make It Love It. My first destination of the fabric store is almost always the remnant pile, and I was so excited to find vinyl there last week... but it wasn't nearly enough to make the aforementioned, so I had to come up with another alternative. I purchased the little pieces anyway and was able to get about 1/2 yard for 50 cents. Remember my love affair with denim from the thrift store?

I had used larger men's jeans to make this project for my nephews for Christmas. It worked out perfectly, but I had some random leg pieces and, for lack of a better phrase, the "rear area" left over. After some rainy day tinkering, measuring, sewing, more tinkering... Organization! Anywayz, let's begin... How to make a child's apron from your old jeans -Happy Hooligans. Turn the leg of an old pair of jeans into an adorable, durable, stain-resistant denim craft apron for kids. If you search the net, you’ll probably find 101 uses for old jeans floating around out there. I have a two favourite denim sewing projects of my own.

I make homemade denim bibs for my daycare, and I LOVE turning our old denim pant legs into craft aprons for the kids. I can’t tell you how much I love these little craft aprons. These aprons wear well and wash well. These aprons are really easy to make too. They’re great for home or preschool or a kindergarten classroom. I happen to think that denim is the perfect fabric for making a craft apron for your child.

One of my daycare parents brings me her family’s jeans when they’ve outgrown or out-worn them. If you don’t have any old jeans on hand, check out the second-hand shops. For your convenience, this post contains Amazon affiliate links. A tip before we get started: I use a Denim Sewing Needle when I’m sewing with old jeans. 1. 2. 3. Recycled Denim Coaster. Posted on May 16, 2010 Got some old jeans? Well how about recycling the hems into some cool coasters. I saw the idea over at Going Green Crafters where they used the hems from old jeans to create denim coasters.

I just love recycling denim and had to try this craft project. I used two inside hems from a pair of old jeans to create my coaster. Next I spliced my two hem strips together with a thread and needle. Using a fabric glue, roll up your denim hem and apply a line of glue along the inside of the strip. Here is my finished denim coaster. Tags: coasters, denim-recycling, jeans-recycled. DIY recycled denim basket. Tutorial for a Great Denim Pocket Organiser - Pillar Box Blue.

Drop-Dead Denim: One Tough Pouf - Michele Made Me. DIY rug with old denims | Ohoh Blog - diy and crafts. Refashioned Denim Easter Basket. Recycled Denim Kid's Chair Covers - Paging Fun Mums. Sweet Salvation: Upcycled Denim Placemat — Today's Nest. How To Make A Teddy Bear From Old Jeans. Brico Sympa - Lampe en petites cuillères.

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