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Hello everyone! Today I am going to share the last felt flower pattern, a lovely rose =] I am also very excited because for the first time I made a video tutorial, sadly Ken had the video camera so I had to make the video with my laptop, so I am sorry if I am a little far – I tried!! Next time I will practice and with the tripod and camera I am sure it will be easier =] Your color choice of felt (I used 3 9″x12″sheets in different colors, and used a little bit more than half for each flower) Thread, needle and scissors.
Fishtail braided bracelet Try this easy,lovely and awesome DIY from The Daily DIY ! Customize it with different color strings,add some beads or anything else you would like it to have!!
It's a magic wallet, made out of duct tape. The magic wallet has been done before, but I decided to make one, dirt cheap. This should last a while, and if it gets destroyed, just take another fifteen minutes and make another one. The story behind it... Well, I was watching QVC, and I saw that they were selling "magic wallets" for 20 dollars for a set of two. I thought, OMG, who in their right mind would pay that much for something that they can make with stuff around their house??
Let me start out with a warning or sorry of some sort. The warning is because I have never done a Tutorial before, so I hope this is helpful and easy to follow. The sorry is for how horrible my nails look. I promise I did them after looking through these pics.
Try as I might, I cannot seem to grasp even the most basic of feminine beauty rituals. I’m constantly struggling to master rudimentary hair and makeup techniques, and my one-time foray into the “subtle” art of perfume left everyone in the room with burning nostrils. This DIY solid perfume locket from artisanal perfumer Mandy Aftel is something I can definitely stand behind, though. Mandy only uses pure and natural ingredients to create her perfumes, and this solid scent can be easily applied with no risk of over-dousing.
Step One : Cut a piece of felt 3 3/4"W x 4 3/4"L and two triangles for the sides. Mine was 3 1/2" at it widest and 1 1/2" deep Step Two : pin the triangle in place and stitch triangle to the square (see picture) I used a blanket stitch but any stitch you want will be fine Step Three: separate your Altoid's tin into two pieces, this will make it easier to paint. Once separated, paint on a coat of primer and let dry according to manufacturers instructions.
Posted on June 18, 2011 Here is my version of an Altoids tin repurposed into a pincushion and sewing gadget box. The materials used in this project were from an Envelope of Doom (EOD) swap I participated in. If you aren’t familiar with an EOD swap, its where you put some crafting materials into an envelope and mail them off to your partner. The challenge is to use the materials you receive to make things for your partner and then return the finished items back to your swap partner. It was a fun swap and this pincushion sewing box was one of my creations from the materials I received from my partner.
Like the title says, I’m pretty wild about any kind of wrap jewelry so I was super excited to make this wrap watch. If you’re like me and you like wrap jewelry too, go on and grab these items and let’s make one of these little beauties for you too! I purchased all supplies from Michael’s Craft Supply . Supplies needed Watch face with 6 connector ports
Mason Jars Mod Podge in Gloss (buy it here) Food coloring Ramekins to mix colors Newspaper or paper bag Mix food coloring with a T or so of water into individual ramekins. You can do any color combination you like. Add a couple T of mod podge into your mason jar
Posted by: Cathy on May 22, 2012 Tagged in: Untagged I just loved this Paint swatch chandelier!
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29 May 2010 These elegant fabric flowers are very simple to make . . . and only take a few basic supplies. The finished product is delightfully lovely, and at times can look like a real flower! Every flower will turn out differently and that is part of the beauty! If you haven’t used those tea lights in a while, now’s the time!
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I had a couple little scraps left over from stiffened fabric projects, and after fiddling with them, I noticed they'd easily make tiny bows. Which I attached to paper clips because... I don't know why. These could work as bookmarks, on wedding invitations, Valentines, etc.
If any of you are Pinterest freaks like me, you might have seen this picture making its way around many boards. Pretty sweet right? I thought so, too.