Rye Market Tote. Pappersskålar – Paper bowls. Principen är enkel och det enda du behöver för att göra pappersskålar liknande mina är små bitar av mönstrat papper (kanske har du restbitar av fina papper hemma?)
, tapetklister (eller hemmagjort papier-maché lim), pensel, plastfolie och skålar som du använder som mall. Vill du lacka utsidan på skålarna behöver du även lack (t ex decoupagelack) och vill du måla insidan behöver du färg och min favorit är Martha Stewart Crafts® fina täckande färger. Gör så här: Ta en skål som du gillar, vänd den upp och ner och täck den med plastfolie. Limma fast papperet, bit för bit med tapetklister och täck hela utsidan av skålen. Låt torka ordentligt innan du lossar på skålen och försiktigt drar bort plastfolien. Quick Projects for Easy Gifting. Sew Quick, Sew Cute I was out shopping this weekend and was startled to see that Christmas trees are already showing up in stores.
Is the holiday season here already? Pammy dawn designs: How to Make A Felt Hydrangea Flower Pin or Hair Clip. This step by step tutorial will guide you through making your own felt hydrangea pin or hair clip.
By far, my most popular design has been the felt hydrangea. They are beautiful in many different color combinations and are fairly simple to make if you have the time and patience. Materials Needed High quality felt - I use 100% wool felt from Holland - it is very uniform (no irregular bumps or plant matter mixed in with the wool) and has a nice smooth finish.Sharp scissors - I can't emphasize enough that they must be SHARP - I'm talking the kind of sharp where if you slip, you may need stitches. You won't be able to get clean edges on your petals without the right tools. Instrucciones flexibles Pulseras de fieltro. Feb Arlene “Arlenesfelt” has the most spectacular “Flexible Felt Bracelets” and she did offer instructions below because her fans wanted to know how to make them.
These bracelets are so fabulous in there jewel tone colors and I am going to try one. Visit “Arlenesfelt” and see all her lovely felted items, too pretty. Thanks Arlene for sharing your experience with us. Hideous! Dreadful! Stinky!: Carry those skates with Casa Crafty. I love this sewing tutorial for ice skate totes that Kelley brings to us today!
Since we moved to Virginia, my whole family has been excited about a whole new world of winter fun and activities. When Kelley brought this idea to me, I thought, “Ice skating! Yes! We must try ice skating!” What’s funny is that there actually was an ice skating rink about a mile away from us in SoCal and we never went once. Our little town put in an itty bitty ice rink a few years ago, and I finally took my boys. Craft is in session. There’s a chance that you’ve seen shaving cream & paint used to create marbled paper – I am certainly not the one who invented it.
Shout out to that genius person who did. Free Cross Stitch Fashion Sketch. It has been a while since I last posted, some times you get involved in so many projects at a time that it overwhelms you and all you are left with are unfinished projects and no stamina to go ahead and finish any of them.
While I struggle to complete the things I started, I hope that you will sit comfortably in a nook during these chilly days and enjoy stitching this cross stitch chart. I have used black and (5) represents white. finished size in stitches 71 x 221 in inches 5.1" x 15.8" Make and Give // Vintage Postcard Pop Art. On our trip to Paris this summer, one of our very favorite things was an exhibit at the Centre Pompidou of Roy Lichtenstein‘s art.
I had never been a huge fan of pop art, but seeing his work up close and personal was so insanely inspiring that I came home and wanted to research everything I could about it. I also found it so interesting to experience this really bold, crazy art style against the backdrop of Paris, which has such a completely different feel. It totally inspired this little project! I found some vintage postcards at a Parisian flea market and started dreaming up ways to infuse a little pop art into them. : Feltistry : Our goal is to declutter, simplify, and organize your life while also adding a splash of color. Ta Dah!: Modern Christmas Tree Pillow. Ateliê Manoela Nunes. Stuffed Snowman Ornament - Mel Designs. Welcome to the May Arts and Buttons Galore and More Blog Hop.
WC Totelino y totalizador de la lona por YellowWallpaper en Etsy. Serendipity Handmade: Ladybug Needle Case Tutorial. Finally, the spring tutorial is here!
UPDATE: I dreamed up this ladybug-inspired needle case after creating a project in sewing class from a vintage needlecase that was shaped and constructed similarly to the I created below. The pattern for the needlecase and the instructions on how to construct this needlecase are of my own creation. And of course, the ladybug embellishment/design is my own original creation. So please feel free to make these for personal use but no selling allowed, ok? This includes similar variations on my original design. Fold a heart page marker. I hope you’ll whip up some heart page markers to share with those around you. It’s simply too easy not to make. Here’s how: Use a square piece of paper. Fold in half. Crease. This origami model is simple but versatile because it’s also able to become a 4-leaf clover or a flower by grouping 4 together, and hide a small item (like a ring) in front or even have it stand on its own by making an easel with the back flap.
The Perfect Gift: Yarn Ball Bookmark. Created by Jane from See Jane Blog . Edited by Amy Christie.