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We love using chalkboards as backdrops for displays and parties (like this one here !).
I am pleased to have Aly from Artisan des Arts as a guest blogger this week! Time : 2 Hours including dry time Instructions: 1.Begin by coating your tile with regular drugstore alcohol. This works just as well as the alcohol blending solution but costs a fraction of the price. 2.Once you have evenly coated your surface, start dripping little spots of ink onto your tile.
As far as the backyard garden at casa de radmegan goes, most of my vegetables have ceased production for the season. The pitchers on my carnivorous plants are browning. My sweet little alien-like conophytums and lithops were covered up last week to protect against too much rain.
This is a comprehensive glossary of common knitting abbreviations that you are likely to find in a pattern. Wherever it's relevant, I've included links to videos which cover the technique. inch(es)
Hey, thrift store addicts! Do you have a stockpile of vintage Mason jars just waiting to be repurposed?
!!! Update: You can now buy your own set of Charlie Brown ornaments from my Etsy shop, RIGHT HERE !!! This week for the Holiday Craft Bash , I made ornaments just for the kids. My projects so far have mostly been tributes to my favorite Christmas movies- how selfish!
I ran across a tutorial on how to make a candle by dipping an inflated balloon into wax.
Jessica of Wednesday Inc shows us how to make those gorgeous twine chandeliers from the inspiration shoot she shared with us this morning.
I enjoy using resin in some of my jewelry and mixed-media projects, but I know it’s intimidating to some.
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So here is where my story begins, the chandelier in the picture above has the “what dreams are made of” connotations. I’ve been coveting this since the first time I laid my eyes on it! When I moved into my Townhouse a year ago I wanted so badly to recreate this look, but after price point shopping, I accepted that was never going to happen.
Robin over at inkodye.com just sent over this fantastic tutorial to showcase their fantastic photo-sensitive permanent dye. This product really ticks all of the boxes for me, because it works on so many different materials (including wood and leather), and it connects to my love of all things photographic.
Did you know you can transfer photos to fabric without using iron-on sheets? I love this technique.
If you’re anything like me, the manner in which a gift is packaged can be just as important as the item inside. Why not show the same sense of thoughtfulness and generosity in the aesthetics of giving as in the gesture?