Philipp Poisel - Eiserner Steg (Klavier Version) - Offizielles Video. Karen hofstetter. Wedding Blog South Africa. Sid Lee. Fluffy Flowers: Flower Pen Tutorial. Do you work in a job where the clientele keep taking your pens? They pick it up to sign something and suddenly the pen has disappeared into oblivion.
Bermuda Triangle? Aliens from outer space? Nah, it’s only the natural reaction to slip that pen into a purse/pocket/bag and suddenly you find your budget being busted by constant pen replacement. Well, there is a way to keep those pens! Most folks are honest souls who truly don’t mean to take your pen. Here is how I solved this problem where I work: Gather supplies. A bunch of faux flowers a fist full of pens some gnarly scissors a roll of packing tape You can get a bunch of fake flowers fairly cheaply just about anywhere.
You can gather up a bunch of stray pens you and your colleagues have lying around. Don’t use your best scissors. Cut the flowers from the stem. Take your scissors and gently cut through the plastic stem outer coating. Roll off and cut about an inch and a half to two inches of packing tape. BLOG. What better way to enjoy Easter than to have friends or family over for dinner and if you are doing just that – maybe you need some inspiration on how you can set the table?
This time I have focused on natural hues and used elements like eggs, twigs and bunnies instead of colors like yellow and green, which is very normal for Easter. Find a drawing of a bunny on the web or draw one yourself. Print it out or draw it on the paper you´d like to use, or use it as a template. Then use a scissor to cut the bunnies out. I hope this gave you some inspiration how you can set the table this Easter. Wishing you all a wonderful and relaxing Easter. Cutlery: Kay Bojesen // Tableware: Rosenthal // Tablecloth: a curtain from Kid // Egg: Kid // Napkins: Skeidar Images: Nina Holst This year´s Easter eggs are up, and as you can see I went for copper and “blue-green” eggs this year.
Have you painted any eggs this year? Did you know that the By Lassen Kubus Bowl is now also available in copper? 1. Brain's Fairy Aiding Inventions - Samantha Bryan » Home. Vol.25. After working on it for a couple of weeks, I am so incredibly excited to say that I have rebranded my Vol25 Digital Eye Candy shop!
Here is my new shiny logo: I have it shown in a few different formats, because different circumstances will call for variations of the logo... but it is so nice to finally have it finished. I started working on the logo re-design back in January. I've had to re-prioritize over the past few months, and have moved it to the back burner on more than one occasion. :) I also went through and updated the Overlay Collection graphic for ALL overlays. Goodness, did you know I now offer over 50 overlay sets!!? Old graphic versus new graphic. :) The new is much cleaner, and will allow me to make the best use of the space according to whether the graphic needs a square space, or a long skinny feature area. :) I wasn't sure it was really worth all the extra time that was put into updating my logo and the layouts... but I just couldnt leave the pages with an old logo!
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If you are interested in working with us or finding out more about any of our featured project artists please contact Simon Taylor or Jenny Bethell Tom Barnett Ceramics Artist Tom Barnett is a bit of an enigma. Part ceramist, part sculptor, part performance artist, he specialises in staging dramatic sculptural, site-specific kiln firing events. Samantha Bryan Textiles Yorkshire-based artist Samantha Bryan makes fantastical wire and mixed media sculptures. Sarah Cant Millinery UK-based American milliner Sarah Cant has developed a striking unique style across a range of platforms, from fashion and crafts to theatre, circus, dance and installation.
Zoe Cull Lettering Dorset-based collaboration Zoe Cull and Alex Evans carve organic, elemental works incorporating lettering, lines of poetry integral to the design. Grapefruit and Lemon Salt Scrub. PROMISE TANGEMAN ART & DESIGN My name is Promise Tangeman-Wurzell and I am currently located in the LA area with my husband Brian and our puppy son, Parker.
I am the founder and art director of Promise Tangeman Creative, a boutique graphic and web design studio for creative businesses, and also the founder and designer of SiteHouse Designs, a web design shop offering completely customizable website themes thanks to a drag and drop web creating software, called Showit. In 2012, I stepped out to create a workshop for creative business owners called GO LIVE. Starting with one of my SiteHouse Designs my team and I help the attendees build, design, and launch their website in two days flat. It's an exciting, motivating, and inspiring couple of days…complete with new headshots to boot. More about me. Dasauge® Deutschland. Supermarket Sarah. Strung Out: Inspiration Monday: Bottle Cap Jewelry. I rarely do an inspiration Monday on a specific item but I just couldn't help myself with this one.
Sometimes you just need that starting point, a spark to to ignite your inspiration, and a simple bottle cap can be just that. Bottle Cap jewelry has been trending for several years now and continues to grow in popularity. Why is this? Many reasons come to mind, but personally I think it's because bottle caps are fun, they are a casual take on jewelry design, light in spirit and smile-inducing. In a serious world, it is a welcome joy to wear something which causes people to stop and say "That is so great! Here is another idea: I used my husband's art work and put it inside a bottle cap, edged the interior of the cap in ball chain, and then filled with resin. Craft & Home Decor Ideas — Creative Blogs for DIY Crafts and Home Decor. Artverwandt. The Dot Creative Design Blog : The Dot Creative : Graphic Design Blog.
Oh So Crafty. Pillow!
I started with one of my old t-shirts, cutting 1 1/2 in wide strips from it. Using the longest stitch, I sewed right down the middle of each strip. I ruffled each strip by pulling the bottom thread and easing the gathering along the thread. This takes a while so I sat and watched a couple of episodes of Veronica Mars while I did it. I really miss that show. I laid out one of my husbands old dress shirts and started laying down the ruffled strips to see how wide my pillow would be and to make sure I had enough ruffles to go all the way across the shirt. Once I had all the ruffles down, I knew how wide to cut my pillow.
Using the side seam of the shirt as a guide, I started sewing the ruffles on to the back of the shirt, going down the center of each strip, right over the original basting stitch. Here it is with all the ruffles attached. Turn the shirt over and button up what is now the back, then turn the shirt inside out and sew the top and bottom of the pillow. Dana´s Fashion Blog Mode Blog Trends, Fashion- und Mode-Styling-Tipps, DIY Tutorials.