Rifle Paper Co Greeting Cards, Stationery & Paper Goods are designed by hand and manufactured in Winter Park, Florida, USA by a small team in a boutique studio - creating world class, individual, personal correspondence. Rifle Paper was created by Anna Bond and established with her husband Nathan. Anna is the creative director and chief designer, using her incredible talent for nostalgic yet timeless design to bring life, whimsy and a heart warming joie de vivre to hand written cards and correspondence. Great care is taken by Rifle in choosing all paper stock, materials and manufacturing methods. The cards and envelopes are rich to touch, adding tactile beauty to the hand-drawn aesthetic. The combination of paper and attentive printing method give each card the feeling of being hand drawn and painted more so than a reproduction.
Sometimes I come across amazing fabric at flea markets (old dresses or tablecloths,) garage sales, or even awesome stores like Spoonflower , but I just don't know what to do with it. Thats why when I came across this idea I had to share it with you. I found this idea on Making it Fun . It shows you how to make your own bean bag chair from scrap fabric. Great idea for kids- or for the big kid inside all of us! For Instructions CLICK HERE
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Flower power ... fill your house with brightly coloured bouquets of crocheted blooms. Photograph: Mollie Makes These tiny flowers are sweetly adorable, totally thrifty and really easy to do. In mere minutes, you can whip up a rainbow bouquet from scraps of your leftover yarn.
I recently unearthed the first project I ever knit, a moth-eaten stockinette scarf. I made it over twenty years ago while I was spending a school year in rural France. My French "mother" was the town librarian and an amazing knitter.
When we give you DIY to do over the weekend you know that it is only gonna be that of the amazeballs variety. So, when we spied this via The Cottage Home we thought that these would be the perfect thing to make either as a placeholder keepsake… or a brilliantly cheep and cheerful wedding favour. Whatever your decision – go and see how to make these bad boys on the Cottage Home right now as we believe that this make and do notion is the bomb.com. Deuces you gorgeous people have a wunderbar weekend of wonderment *throws the dubs up and pimp struts into the weekend*
Here we go! This is what you'll need. Mod Podge , Elmer's washable glue, and a piece of cardstock. Step 1: Brush the Elmer's glue onto the cardstock in a nice smooth layer.