Water Bottle Carrier Tutorial. This water bottle carrier was inspired when I found myself carrying everyone’s water in my backpack for the 4th of July parade.
Next time, everyone carries their own! This is my first tutorial so please feel free to send me corrections or comments on how to make it better. 1. Cutting Instructions Cut one piece of fabric for the exterior and one piece for the interior each 10 3/4 wide x 8 inches tall. Cut 2 circles of your lining fabric, the circle should have a 3 3/4 inch diameter. Cut one piece of Insul-Brite 9 x 7 inches. For strap, cut one length of twill tape and one length of ribbon, both 42 inches long. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Step One: Pin WRONG sides of sides together and stitch a 1/4 inch seam. Step Two: Turn tube wrong side out. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Tips: This carrier fits a small 500 mL bottle of water. The formula for sizing the diameter of the bottom circle is: the circumference of the circle divided by 3.14 (or pi). Reader Question: How Do You Make That Paper Sun? - Michele Made Me. Hi!
Thanks so much for all of your sweet comments and pins on our Mason Jar Planter Box we made our Meme. As promised I am back to share a quick, easy and of course cute paint method to get that perfect “shanty” finish! This is so simple and really fun to do! You will need two paints…. A base coat and a top coat. For your base coat you can use anything… Acrylic, latex and even spray paint. Do you like my paper plate very professional paint tray?? First you want to put a coat of your base color on any surface that you want to peek through. After that dries it’s time for your Vaseline! I like to get the tubes of it from the baby section at Target because it’s less messy.
Just rub a little vaseline on any surface you want to show through your top coat. This is great because it softens your hands in the process ;-)! 14 Acrylic Painting Techniques You Should Try - HM ART. Hello everyone!
You have acrylic paints and now you want to paint a surface. congratulations you have come to the most fun part Today, I will talk about the acrylic painting techniques I have compiled and how they are used. How to Distress Paint with Vaseline. I’m at the tail end of re-decorating my living room right now, and although at this very moment it looks like complete and utter chaos, it’s actually starting to all come together.
I’m down to the little finishing touches like pillows and accessories, and I’m beyond excited to show you all the full reveal of what the space looks like! Because I’m sure you’re all dying to see where I curl up and watch my favorite reality TV shows at night, right?? One project I tackled this week was the area above my faux fireplace. Earlier this year, I made these awesome-sauce DIY Barn Wood Shutters that I just adore. They were super easy and cheap to make, and it added a ton of texture and dimension to that blank wall space. So I took this opportunity to test out a paint trick I’ve wanted to try for a loooong time, and it worked so perfectly that I decided it deserved its very own blog post! 284K+Save Supplies: Vaseline paint and brush damp rag.
Whole Food Jute Bag. Jewlery Holder Alt. Puppet Making.