The more, the better. In fact . . . the most, the best! With that being said, we’ll show you how to master a version of the ever so popular wrap bracelet. Car Eyelashes - Unique Gadgets. Your source of daily updated funny pictures and gifs. Posterized Image Stencil. Photoshop makes it easy to turned a photo into a posterized image.
Making reversible bag. From top of straps to bottom of bag: 50 cm / 20 inchesheight: 28 cm / 11 incheswidth: 40 cm / 16 inches.
Recycled beach ball tote. Even though most kids are heading back to school this month, I’m not ready to give up on summer.
I’ve got a fun and easy project idea to share that will help keep that splashing, summer fun around a little bit longer. Inspiration struck at the lake last weekend, when I learned that the inflatable beach ball the kids had been playing with had a hole in it, and was losing air. Adjustable Button Necklace « Trash to Treasure - tutorials. This wonderful tutorial is made by Petronella Luiting specially for our project "Tarbetust tarvilikuks" (Trash to treasure) - in witch we share tutorials of recycling and reusing things.
This project is in Estonian language but some of the texts will be available in English as well... There are plenty of fab tutorials in Estonian version of the page - you can check them out HERE. Don't speak Estonian? No problem just crab Google Translate and follow clear and good photos of the instructions. Happy discovering! Pioneer Woman Homeschooling. Photos and Post By Emelie Sanders.
When Momma takes us to the bookstore we each get a book; sometimes two–it depends on her mood, really. Usually, I take the longest time. I quickly scan the fiction area, then turn to the small nook of craft books. Re-purposing: Tshirts into 5-strand-braided-headbands. Needle and Spatula: Card Wallet Sewing Tutorial. As promised, here is a sewing tutorial to make a cute card wallet with a button and elastic closure.
These are great for when you want to just carry a few cards and maybe some cash with you instead of a big wallet, or you could use them to hold business cards. Also, in the spirit of the holidays, you could use these as gift card holders that then have a useful life afterwards! They are very quick and easy to make - I hope you enjoy the tutorial! A Sewing Table for Small Spaces. The perfect spot for a part time sewing enthusiast!
Tucks neatly way, expands out to be a cutting or layout mat. Please note that this table is not intended for use with the sewing machine unless locking hardware is installed on the fold out legs and tabletop. Anthropologie Knock-Off: Curtain Call Top Tutorial. Edit: more pics are in this post.
Full-size Duvet Cover. Today I’m going to give you a sneak peek at my guest bedroom.
It's not quite done yet, but you guys have been telling me you want to see some of it. So here's the duvet cover. Sorry about the weird shadow on the right side of the photo. Doily Lantern Tutorial. Okay, so back in MAY, I was asked to write a tutorial for my doily lanterns – it was supposed to be published in a bridal magazine’s online tutorial section. Awesome right? So I took pictures and wrote the tutorial and figured I’d direct you all to it, but um . . . Dyi woven top. Make Your Own Hammock. Hammocks are great for the backyard, camping, backpacking, when your pregnant and on bed rest, or for turning your large capacity vehicle (in our case our minivan) into a camping vessel, more on that in this post. We make our own hammocks because: It’s cheap (i.e we can’t afford an ENO).You can customize the size.It’s easy! There are two different methods we have used for making our own hammocks.
Hammock 1 involves a sewing machine, Hammock 2 does not. I’ll cover both. A piece of fabric roughly 7+ feet long and at least 3 1/2 feet wide. Hammock 1: The Sewing Machine Method. Lavender Garland Featuring Styrofoam. Hi, sweets. Here’s a very easy tutorial to make your own lavender garland. It looks pretty and smells even prettier. Natty's Birds of a Feather Costume Tutorial. T-Shirt Wedding Dress. T-Shirt Wedding Dress By Donna Kroiz and Lauren Kroiz Until the late 19th century, brides generally bought the fanciest dress they could afford and then wore it throughout their marriage as an evening gown. With the rise of mass-produced clothing, white became the popular color — maximally impractical, it signified the owner would wear the dress only once. Efficient women often married in white and then dyed their dresses to wear again. In the 21st century, there’s no need to choose between anti-consumerist values and looking cute in white on your wedding day. Not Quite Vintage: quilted patchwork belt tutorial.