DIY SCRAPBOOK PAPER POCKET ENVELOPE. | Gathering Beauty. Hi, just a quick and easy project to share with you today, diy scrapbook paper pocket envelopes. I love sending people snail mail, particularly photos or postcards so I'm always looking for new ways to personalise them and add a handmade touch. These pocket envelopes measure 4.25 inches x 6 inches. I wanted them to be able to hold a standard postcard or 4x6 photograph. You can use them as envelopes or pockets. Store loose notes or photos in them by gluing a couple to the inside of a scrapbook or journal. Things you'll need to make your own Diy Scrapbook Paper Pocket Envelopes: Scrapbook paper, I used the Close Knit and Maggie Holmes range from Crate Paper, Martha Stewart score board and bone folder, paper trimmer, scissors and some double-sided tape.
The above links are affiliate links. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. And there you have it, a quick and easy diy scrapbook paper pocket envelope. P.S. Embroidery needles - which ones do you need for what job? Embroidery needles come in many different types and picking the ideal one can make your needlework more enjoyable. But how do you know which one you should be using? The basic rule is to pick the finest needle that will accommodate the thread and fabric that you wish to use. One that is too large will create holes in the fabric that the thread does not fill in, one that is too fine will mean that the thread gets rubbed unnecessarily every time the needle goes through the fabric, meaning that it will fray quickly. Needle characteristics The Size Needles are usually sized with the larger numbers being reserved for the thinner needles, a fact which confuses many people. As an example a size 24 tapestry needle (ideal for working on 14 count Aida cloth) is thicker than a size 26, which is used for 28 or 32 count evenweave fabrics.
The Point If you are working on a closely woven fabric, then you need to use a pointed needle. The width The length The eye Different Needle Types Sharps Tapestry Chenille.
Gypsy Blue - Crochet DROPS jacket worked in a circle in "Big Delight" and "Karisma". Size: S - XXXL. - Free pattern by DROPS Design. DROPS BIG DELIGHT PRINT (100g) 7.10 USD DROPS KARISMA UNI COLOUR (50g) 2.90 USD DROPS KARISMA MIX (50g) 2.90 USD DROPS BIG DELIGHT PRINT (100g) 7.05 CAD DROPS KARISMA UNI COLOUR (50g) 2.85 CAD DROPS KARISMA MIX (50g) 2.85 CAD Lots of new lessons and videos online! Have you seen all the new updates to the Tips & Help section? Here you will find not only new videos on a daily basis but also knitting & crochet lessons and lots of pattern inspiration for your next project!
See more here And make sure to bookmark it! NOTE: This pattern is written in American English. DECREASE TIP: 2 tr tog into 1 tr as follows: Work 1 tr but wait with last YO and pull through, work 1 tr in next st but pull last YO through all 3 sts on hook. CROCHET TIP: Replace first tr on round with 4 ch. ROUND 2: (Continue with Karisma). Repeat 4th and 5th round but on every round work 1 tr + 1 ch more between every inc = 14 tr + 14 ch inc on every round.
SLEEVES: Work in the round from armhole and down.
Echino Fabric – Fridays Off. Cute · Kawaii | Blog everything kawaii cute - All about Hello Kitty to Rilakkuma and every kawaii cuteness. Rilakkuma Closet allows you to be a fashion stylist for your favorite Rilakkuma plushie. The Rilakkuma Closet includes Forest Squirrel costume, Honey Bee costume, Strawberry costume, Onsen costume and some accessories. He’ll be more fashionable than us! Rilakkuloset Rilakkuma Closet Rilakkuma in Strawberry costume Rilakkuma in Honey Bee costume Rilakkuma in Forest Squirrel costume Rilakkuma in Onsen costume Rilakkuma with backpack Rilakkuma with cap. DIY Kawaii Studio Ghibli Crafts & Noms | Kawaii Japan Lover Me. Hi Kawaii JapanLovers! Are you feeling a bit crafty & creative these days?
If you are, check out our Studio Ghibli kawaii craft discoveries below! Let us know which is your favorite from the tutorial list! Totoro Bento (with no food coloring!) By Minicuteclub DIY Totoro Plush Tutorial by Cheek and Stitch Totoro Bento (Bread Version) tutorial by Bento Monsters Totoro Charm Tutorial by SabyLoves Totoro Donut Tutorial by SabyLoves Apple and Maple Cupcakes w/ Maple Frosting & Totoro Tutorial by A Cat in the Kitchen Makkuro Kurosuke Pasta by Kawaii Kakkoii Sugoi Easy DIY Character Tutorial by Kaila Enjoy!
The Easiest Way to Make Resin Jewelry. We’ve all seen cool resin pendants at jewelry shops, boutiques, and on fashionistas everywhere. And while we know this is something you can do at home, we weren’t totally down with what seemed like a really complicated process. Well, turns out it is easier than we thought… but still has more steps than most of our tutorials. If you’ve always wondered if you could make resin jewelry in the comfort of your home, the answer is yes. You just need a few simple tools, all available on our favorite online craft store, Amazon ;) While you get your “fillers” together, place the resin and hardener bottles in a bowl of hot water.
This helps the resin mix nicely, and helps avoid air bubbles. Be sure to cover your workspace with wax paper – resin does not wash off! We’ve got repurposed jewelry, flowers and twigs found outside, sprinkles (yes, sprinkles!) Use your resin mold to organize your fillers. Now it’s time to mix the resin! Now, it’s time to turn these resin objects into wearable jewelry! Sabby In Suburbia: Homemade Christmas: Pendant Necklaces & Glass Magnets. (Updated 11/8/2012) Welcome new visitors from Pinterest! I am so happy to have you here and love all the great feedback! If you have any questions about this project, please see the updates at the end of this post or read through the comments section. If you still have any unanswered questions, please feel free to email me and I will get back to you as soon as possible! Thanks again! Sabby This post may seem a little tardy in its timing, however many of the recipients of these homemade gifts are also readers of my lil’ ol’ blog. Didn’t want to spoil the gift giving.
Neither of the projects were novel techniques. First up… Glass Marble Magnet Sets These little beauties can be made a variety of ways and the variations are endless. Pretty patterned paper – thicker is a better flat-bottomed glass marbles – the ones in the floral department at Michael’s E-6000 glue circular paper punch strong round magnets Use paper punch to cut out circles of chosen paper. Next up… Glass Tile Pendants. Want to know how to make a glass tile pendant?? They're super easy - you can do this! Here's a brief tutorial.
They can end up costing less than $1.70 each - wow! Perfect for gifts. What a great craft - I had one mom comment to me "this is a great craft that spans all ages - my daughter (7 yrs old) could do it and so could I and my mother - and we all enjoyed it! " First gather your supplies - you'll need: --a glass tile, --a bail (that's the hook that goes on the back), --paper or fabric design, --diamond glaze and a small paintbrush, --superglue, --and a chain to hang it on. Some ideas for your glass tile pendants: --Use fabric and paper - here's a post with great idea tips. I bought all my supplies from CandyTiles and was really impressed. ** update - 10% off at CandyTiles if you enter "sugarbeez10" in the coupon code area ** First take your tile, and trace it onto your paper. Next squirt your diamond glaze on the back of the tile - about pea size. Go make some!!
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You will also need to purchase separately: 1) A 1024x600 res, 10in, LED panel (HSD100IFW1). 2) An LCD Controller with VGA inputs - R.RM3251 (this causes significantly less jitter/interference than the VGA+DVI cards R.RM5 series. 3) Fasteners: Slot pan head screws & nuts made of stainless steel A2. 4 x M4 x 40mm 7 x M3 x 12mm (The above fasteners can be obtained from 6x PC case screws - any computer component store 4) 5mm foamboard to cut and measure the screen positioners. How to use the design files in ponoko? Tools:
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