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You all love free stuff, right? I do! Well, today I have a little somethin' somethin' for you.
I just got home from Making Things Happen 2013 in Chapel Hill. I have so many things to say and write and process from that amazing conference and 100+ amazing men and women who filled my heart to its brim for two days, but I’ll save that for another day. Today is a hard day. If you follow me on Instagram , you know I had a very emotional morning. To be honest, it was ridiculously emotional. Out of a movie emotional.
ready to make some pom poms? i promise, it’s very easy and the perfect way to switch up your holiday decor this year. let’s get started… what you’ll need: • clover pom pom maker size large (available in most craft stores and on amazon here ) • yarn in beautiful colors • scissors the steps: • open one side of pom maker • wrap the two pieces (the colored arms for lack of a technical term) together with yarn. wrap enough yarn around so that when you close it the side fits in snuggly.
Shine - reversible lanterns Shine lanterns shimmer in the twilight of every season, lighting up your garden in summer and your stylish Scandinavian interior at Christmas. For those who like to dabble in DIY, Shine asks for a touch of creativity.
Something I have great admiration for are the originals. Those people who have original thoughts, are creative, and do what they do because it's just who they are. I love that about my family history and know it's why I'm not overly interested in trends or what's popular at the time. I want to blaze my own trail.
This easy (I promise!) printmaking tutorial is a great way to use up styrofoam meat trays that you are probably hoarding (or maybe that's just me...) and it would also be a fun craft for kids, as long as you did it outside. It's essential that you get water-based block printing ink (it costs about $3 a tube) - otherwise this tutorial goes from an "easy" to "the-reason-why-I-never-majored-in-Printmaking" tutorial because the cleanup is much more difficult for oil-based printmaking ink - that being said, if that's what you have on hand, go for it - actually, if that's what you have on hand, you are probably somewhat beyond styrofoam tray printing anyway!
DIY - Crafts Ideas
Shortly after launching her blog One Good Thing by Jillee, Jill realized that she really did have a good thing going. Her how-to blog took off quickly, and amassed a large following in a short period of time. She soon realized she needed a professional new look that was representative of her brand. The first step was moving her from Blogger over to a self-hosted WordPress blog. Doing so gave her the creative freedom and ability to keep up with the size and scope of her readership. The logo and site design we came up with is both fun and bright, just like her brand.
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One of the things I want to do a little more of in 2012 is to share with you the things I’m loving at the moment. These are often the things I’m putting on my personal wishlist, filing away on Pinterest , or drawing inspiration from when I’m thinking about design ideas, color combinations, you name it. I’m going to try and do this weekly, so let me know what you think!
Round Labels (blank or printed)
Moules en papier plissé blanc. Hauteur 4 cm. Diamètre 6 cm.