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Lately I’ve been having this huge urge to decorate the house. This is big news. I do not decorate. Arguably, one of the reasons why is because I. absolutely. hate. to. buy. mass. produced. decor. (Also, I can’t ever remember if pink and purple go together or not.)
Posted by ScrapHacker.com on onsdag, juni 27, 2012 · 7 Comments To heck with both feet on the ground! Now’s the time to put your ideas up in the air! I’ve gathered a bunch of supafly D.I.Y to give wings to anything you’ve got around the house (well, almost!). By showing you a bunch of different applications (from chunky sofas to delicate D.I.Y hanging planters) I hope you’ll all find a little something to get your DIY juices flowin’ in the mix – Enjoy!
Songwriting Exercises by Joel Mabus Scaffolding
Edit Edited by Brigitta M., Ben Rubenstein, Steven Richard, Nicole Willson and 46 others There are many methods available to move your music from your iPod to your computer using various applications, but the methods that are shown here don't require any of those to be accessed. Read on to have your favorite songs on your iPod easily accessible on your computer.
When editing a manuscript, some words deserve to die — not always, but usually. (If you miss the humor of the preceding sentence, you won’t after reading this document. The sentence contains a basic grammar error, a style slip, and several “vague” words.) The words listed in the table below appear in order of popularity. Words and phrases abused with the greatest frequency top the list.
Friendship Day is 8/7. So I'm going to try my hand at making some friendship bracelets for a few of my friends that have helped me SO much with Dirty Laundry over the past several weeks. I'm going to try to make some snazzy ones!
How To Create This Impressionist-Style Monochromatic Landscape Painting In 6 Steps… Blue Scape Materials: • Pencil and eraser • Paint brushes, toothbrush and water • Black permanent marker or pen • Acrylic paint (Primary Cyan, Black and White) • 12” x 16” canvas Start by sketching the trees and branches with a permanent black marker or pen.
These simple handmade gift tutorials will make any crafty person’s heart sing with joy! You don’t need special skills or a bunch of time because these can all be done super fast! Simple and cute…that works for me!
UPDATE: The giveaway is now closed, Kaylene has the last counting comment. I know chalkboards are a bit of a craze right now, but I couldn’t help myself with this. If you are unlike me and can’t imagine painting your walls with chalkboard paint, you might fancy a vinyl chalkboard. I am sure most of you have seen the vinyl companies out there that provide all kids of custom graphics and text for your walls and other surfaces.
I love these easy-to-make Ric Rac Roses! Isn’t it beautiful? You can make these and use them in hair, on jewelry, on clothing, as embellishments on anything!
I’ve been seeing lots of outrageous nail art lately on pinterest. One hot new product that’s really caught my eye is adhesive nail polish strips. I love the funky designs and bold colors with these products, but they’re usually a little spendy for me. I have a great alternative and I’m super-excited to share with you a really fun, new way to use digital scrapbooking supplies! We are going to give ourselves a little hybrid manicure. To begin with, you will need the following:
Mark the middle point of this elastic by folding it in half and putting in a pin at the fold. Position your elastic over the line you marked on your T-shirt. Put the sewing machine foot - and needle - down on top of them. With your right hand, gently pull the elastic towards you so the pin reaches the side seam of your T-shirt.
You should all know by now that we are all about stacking bracelets on our wrists. The more, the better. In fact . . . the most, the best!
July 14, 2009 by badhuman How insanely fabulous is this pouch? I can’t decide if I love it so much because a) it is made from glittery elephant fabric, b) of it’s small but perfectly proportioned size, c) it holds my on the go quilting supplies or d) all of the above. If you’d like to make your own see how below.
Here, I’ll show you how to make an origami heart out of a dollar. There are many different patterns out there and this one is sometimes called change of heart. You’ll need a dollar bill or any U.S. paper currency. For this video however I’m going to be using a piece of paper approximately twice the size of a dollar so you can see what's going on more clearly.