The 36th AVENUE | DIY, Crafts, Recipes,Home Decor and tons of Tutorials! 25 DIY Handmade Gift Tutorials Part 2. I love handmade gifts! I love to give them, I love to receive them, I love to make them. In our home May is a crazy month! We have Mother’s Day, our Anniversary and not just one but 2 birthdays. Gifts are in my mind! …It took me a few weeks however to put this list of handmade gifts together The reason why is because I wanted to give you 25 amazing, cute, affordable and easy gifts. Things that you would really want and love to give. Things that your friends, family and neighbors would love to receive. I hope you like them as much as I do! Mama mía! I love these DIY bracelets! I mean capital LOVE! Tutorial by Blog A La Cart DIY Wooden Necklace Modern, easy, fun, colorful… I want one! Tutorial by agirlwhomakes.com Oh goodness! Give this to the chef of your home! Tutorial by beeinmybonnetco.blogspot.com Bottle Cap Flower Magnets What a cute idea!
This would make a wonderful Mother’s Day gift. tutorial by Positively Splendid DIY Multi-Strand Scarf Be still my heart! Tutorial by Rabbit Food for My Bunny Teeth source. Wordle Hot Chocolate Gift by How Does She. Sentimental gifts are always the best, right?! One of my most treasured gifts was a simple board with words on it. Yep words. My dear friend Alison made 'subway art' with words that reminded her of me. It melts my heart every time I look at it. When thinking about gifts for my neighbors, I wanted it to be something sentimental, easy, and inexpensive.
My family and I sat down and made a list of words that described a family in our neighborhood. If you've never used Wordle before, you simply plug in words, and it creates a word collage. We wrapped the 'family word art' around a can of hot chocolate. We then wrapped the 'individual word art' around a Styrofoam cup for each member of the family. We attached a little note to the can of hot-cocoa that said...
I like to imagine the family gathering around, having a cup of hot cocoa, and discussing all the sweet words that describe them. I hope it makes them smile. Thank you for the opportunity to be on the fabulous U-create today! Rubik's cube chest of drawers. Unsurprisingly, there are lots of bits of furniture around that are based on the Rubik's cube; coffee tables are particularly popular, and for 980€ (!!) , you can even buy a Rubik's cube locker. I wanted to do something different, and use lazy Susan bearings to achieve at least one axis of rotation - they're cheap, really strong, and add a wacky dimension to a chest of drawers. The design is simply three boxes, each containing a single drawer.
Their construction is basic - they're made of 1/4" and 1/2" plywood (which you should get precut at the lumber yard into two 2'x8' sheets), and assembled using a brad nailer and wood glue. I was going to simply glue the "stickers" on to decorate the outside - or even just paint them on - but the future owner insisted he had to be able to scramble and "solve" the cube, so I enabled this with the help of rare-earth magnets for holding power and short dowels for positioning.
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