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Here is another recycled craft idea . I’m always on the look out for interesting things to make out of the unexpected. I found some disposable cookie sheets at the Dollar store and have held onto them a while until inspiration hit. And then one day, it occurred to me that maybe they might make some great faux tin tiles.
When I was asked to be the Guest Pinhead for The Pinterest Challenge , I knew almost immediately which project I wanted to tackle! My "pin"speration is an artist's piece made from metal that has hand cut flowers all over it. Its backlit by Christmas lights, and I pretty much love it !
I love the look of family photos printed on canvas, but I never knew I could make them at home! After transferring photos to fabric , I was super excited to try some pieces using stretched canvas. I hope this inspires some of you to make something special for your home... Here's how I transferred my photo to canvas: 1.
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Okay kids, for leaving me all those wonderful and inspiring comments, I give you: Watercolor Stencil Portraiting - The Tutorial! Bear with me, it's almost midnight and I am exhausted, and I leave for vacation tomorrow.
Last week, I posted a preview of the simple, inexpensive wall art my mom and I created. Now I’m excited to show you how you can make a one-of-a-kind coffee stirrer masterpieces too! I’m big on projects that anyone can do.
Today is Dr. Seuss’ birthday! Not only that, but the movie The Lorax comes out today. To celebrate, I created this free Lorax printable with one of my favorite quotes from the little orange guy with the yellow mustache. I’ve made it easy for you to download it, and best of all, it’s free!
Getting your photos printed on museum wrapped canvas is hot right now. I remember when I was younger and the prices were so outrageous for this service. The prices have definitely come down, however it is still a little rich for my blood. The cheapest place online I have found to get a 24” x 36” canvas print is $100.