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DIY, Teen Crafts, Brought to you by Tanner and Courtney. Tutorials. Crafts For Teenage Girls. Macrame. How to make a dream pillow- moon phases free pattern. I like to give my little ladies new dream pillows every year on the night of the winter solstice.

how to make a dream pillow- moon phases free pattern

I started this tutorial back in July of 2009, but never got around to finishing it. Seriously, this post has been sitting, partially finished, in my dashboard for over a year! I felt now was a great time to share the pattern and how to. What you need:gray felt yellow feltblack cotton emb. flossyellow cotton emb. floss silver shiny emb. flossstraight pinsscissors dry herbs wool or polyfill stuffing Step 1- Cutting out the moon shapes You should have 3 pieces: 2 full moons and one crescent moon.

Step 2: The detailing **Click on the orange links for “stitch how to” I used the split stitch for the details in the moon. Now split stitch the eyes and craters on the full moon piece. Whip stitch the crescent moon to it’s gray backing. Step 3: Stitching the moons together Put right sides together of both moons now. Step 4: Add dried herbs and filling. Herbs for the pillow- “That’s all.”

Hot Lips Pillow. Turn Any Yard of Fabric into a Chic Beach Wrap. Now that you’ve picked out your perfect grill, it’s time to get yourself to the beach!

Turn Any Yard of Fabric into a Chic Beach Wrap

When we saw this wrap in the latest Victoria’s Secret catalog we knew we had to make it, and we knew we could make it rock. Head to a fabric store or grab a scarf you never wear, and get ready to wrap it up. Materials: – 1 yard of fabric – lace trim, ribbon, shoelaces – sharp fabric scissors – sewing machine or needle and thread First, gather your materials! For your fabric, we recommend lycra, spandex, sheer mesh, or anything else that doesn’t fray when you cut it, but use whatever you like! We employed two different methods for creating our beach dress. Cut a strip off one end of your fabric. Next, fold over the top two corners of your piece of fabric. Now it’s time to string the strip through! Sew the loop ends together and cut off any excess fabric.

Repeat with the other side, and you’re done! And here’s how you put it on. Cutie patootie from any angle! Measure the trim by draping it over your shoulder. Brilliant Box Crafts. 42 Creative Ways to Craft with Bandanas {Saturday Inspiration & Ideas} Though red bandanas are typically a staple to every pirate and cowboy {and our doggies – tied around their necks during our outdoor adventures}….the paisley printed squares can be used for so much more.

42 Creative Ways to Craft with Bandanas {Saturday Inspiration & Ideas}

They can found in just about every color imaginable and for just a dollar or so a piece, you really can’t go wrong. This week’s Saturday Inspiration and Ideas is all about utilizing these adorable squares for creative projects for your home, yourself and your little ones. Aren’t bandana crafts fun! The Sunday Showcase Party will begin tonight – can;t wait to see what you’ve been working on this week! Sunday I’ll be highlighting the showcase from last week along with the winner of the Lucy Doo Giveaway. Bang Up Ideas for Bandanas. Wise Bread Picks These days, the bandana is so much more than cowboy couture!

Bang Up Ideas for Bandanas

The classic patterned kerchiefs we know and love have made their way into crafting, fashion, decoration, and even play a role in human health and survival. Here are 20 offbeat, awesome, useful, and sometimes brilliant ways you can rock a bandana. (See also: Practical Uses for Bobby Pins) 1. Bandanas are a cheap and fun way to give a dinner party, barbeque, or picnic a little extra pizzazz. 2.

Wearing a bandana will keep your neck from being too cold, too hot, or too sunburned. 3. Because bandanas are so easy to see and to tie, they're great to mark a trail for those who are following you, or in case you yourself get lost. 4. When the summer months are upon us, it's important to feel comfortable. 5. When your hair needs to be tied back and out of your face, a bandana can help. 6.

A bandana's size and thickness makes it a great candidate for a makeshift ice pack if you're sore or sustain an injury.