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But with time they can get scratches and can also brake, then there isn't much one can do about it unless you are creative. Reshaping of vinyl is possibly one of the most amusing things, and creative designers have come up with lots of inventive ways to use these old vinyl records. Sound Wave: Artist Jean Shin created this sculpture "Sound Wave" out of vinyl records.
It was created to show "the inevitable waves of technology that render each successive generation of recordable media obsolete. " Lunes Dream Catcher - How To. NOTE: This post was originally published on April 20th, 2011.
Supplies: large metal loop (wire macrame hoop) thrifted lacy doily (thinner fibers like doilies made of mercerized cotton work the best) small ball of inexpensive light weight yarn (cotton/poly blend for less fray) clothes pins or clips decorations (feathers, shells, stones, jewelry pieces) Instead of the traditional dream catcher style method of wrapping a loop with leather lacing (see here how to create a traditional dream catcher), I covered the metal hoop with a multi colored light weight yarn. If you've used a knotting method to cover your loop - make sure the braid is straight and decide which side will be the face of your dream catcher.
Lay your doily in the center of the hoop to decide which way is up. It's time to start stretching and tying the web of your dreamer. I also left all ties with two loose ends dangling. I created another dreamer, this time with a beautiful piece of lace. TLC Family &Ultimate Guide to Recycled T-Shirt Crafts& - StumbleUpon. You probably have a favorite T-shirt.
You know the one you've worn until it's holey and ragged. Maybe it's from your first concert or your favorite vacation spot. Maybe it's your team's old logo, or a college favorite from decades ago. Either way, you can't bear to part with it. Unfortunately, your family also can't bear to be seen with you when you're wearing it.
The flip side is that you probably also have a drawer full of T-shirts that you never wear. A great compromise for all those T-shirts is to recycle them. This article will show you just a few of the many crafts you can create from your recycled T-shirts, from pillows to rags to rugs. So before you sneak off and throw away your family's aging T-shirts, consider the crafting potential. Crafts from Recycled Materials: Reusing Materials to Make New Crafts- Recycled Crafts - Kaboose.com. CD Art - StumbleUpon.
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With the growth of our web development company, Super Runaway, we are no longer able to give cosa verde the attention it deserves. While we loved cosa verde and all of you, we have decided that it is best to move on. Two ways to reuse your bath puff. Posted on Jan 15th, 2010 in Crafts, Knit | 54 comments My bath puff always comes loose after a few weeks and I just end up buying a new one.
It seems such a waste. There must be ways to reuse or recycle the bath puff. I unravelled one that was destined for the bin. The centre cord that held it together just needed a little snip and the whole thing came loose very easily. There was nearly 2 metres of tube netting in that one puff! I’ve seen yarn sleeves made with a similar netting. Photo from Ozquilts.com.au I snipped a small section of the tube netting and stuck my pretty red yarn cake in it.
My only concern is that when the ball gets really small, the netting will be too loose for it. Centsational Girl & Blog Archive & DIY: Colorful Dessert Stands. Hello friends, happy spring, the sun is shining today, at last!
There’s just something about sunshine and bright colors that is making me happier this week. I even painted my toes a bright coral yesterday ~ that’s me, livin’ on the edge. Last weekend, I made these sweet little dessert stands for displaying spring and summertime treats when guests come over. They’re frugal, festive, and fabulous ~ my kind of project! Pretty Dessert Stands from Goodwill Plates & Glasses: What You’ll Need: Miscellaneous stemware and dessert plates; household silicone sealant (the kind used for aquariums); frosted glass spray paint; colored spray paint; paper doilies. First, make a stop at your local Goodwill or thrift store. Old fashioned (wide bottom) champagne glasses and martini glasses work well, but go crazy! Remove any price tags and clean your stemware and plates. Give each side of your plates and stemware a good coat, both tops and bottoms.
30 Fabulous Reuses & Repurposes for Old or Recalled Cribs. With new crib regulations, the resale of cribs is going to be pretty non-existent for a while.