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Canvas With Lighted Branches. Shopping List Canvas2 packs of tall lighted branchesBundle of sticksBag of mossGreen canvas paintCanvas Molding Paste 16ozPaste spatula Paint brushE6000 glue Tools Needed Staple gun Instructions Start by mixing molding paste with green paint.

Canvas With Lighted Branches

Then apply to canvas to give it texture. Let paste dry overnight, then apply green paint to give the project some depth. After paint has dried, glue lighted branches and sticks with E6000 glue. Add the moss to cover the cords and create texture at the bottom. After glue is dry, display and hang up. What to do With a Blank Canvas. Revolutionaries: A Project for Fall! Hello my blog friends!

Revolutionaries: A Project for Fall!

I'm so pumped to share a project I finished today! It's simple, cheap, quick, and fall-y (yes, that is a word). Anyway... Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art ∙ How To by Lauren M. DIY Felted Wool "Billy Buttons" UPDATE: Click here for a new post with troubleshooting tips.

DIY Felted Wool "Billy Buttons"

In case you didn't catch my guest post on Young & Crafty, here it is! While making felted wool beads for my DIY'd necklace, the yellow wool beads I was felting started to really look like stylized Yellow Craspedia (small, spherical flowers also known as “Billy Buttons” or “Woollyheads”). Inspired, I made some extra felted wool beads, pierced them with cloth covered floral wire and made an arrangement in an inexpensive West Elm vase. Scroll down for the how-to. Modern Tape Art Tutorial. I have to back post this tutorial.

Modern Tape Art Tutorial

But, I absolutely loved how this project turned out and had to share it with everyone. You too could have modern art created by yourself or your child with ZGallery looks or the look of the Guggenheim for a very low, low cost.This artwork was created by my daughter Emma when she was just 6 1/2. This tutorial is so simple and you'll have timeless, classic modern artwork that will be a product of your little one or yourself.Here's what you need: -1, 2 or 3 Canvases 12 x 12 (Depending on the size of your wall space and the look you desire. I always pick the canvases that have the 1" finished canvas sides. Here's the 12 x 12 canvas. Start off with your lightest color first. Here's my daughter Emma painting the first canvas the lightest color. After the first color has dried your ready for the next step. Add your second color which is your darkest. The best part is removing the tape and seeing the results. The first painting is finished.

Everyday Mom Ideas: Scrap Paper Tree Centerpiece Tutorial (Featured guest blogger) Hi there!

Everyday Mom Ideas: Scrap Paper Tree Centerpiece Tutorial (Featured guest blogger)

I'm Sharon from Two Girls Being Crafty, and I am so delighted to be today's guest blogger on Everyday Mom Ideas! Thank you so much, Julia, for having us. My co-blogger, Tristin, and I create fun and inexpensive crafts that anyone could do. Tree Branch and Bird Mural. A couple months ago my daughter asked me if I could paint a mural on her wall.

Tree Branch and Bird Mural

She wanted some sort of tree branch with some birds as well. We scoured the internet and found a few designs that were nice, but none of them were exactly what she wanted. So together we came up with this design and I went to work. The first step was to draw out the design. SCRaPPY CaNuCK STuDioS. It’s my second posting as a Fresh Face Designer for Echo Park Paper Co., and I thought I would share a bit of a funny story with you!


Click here to view this post on the Echo Park blog. Style by Eva Diva: Fabric Butterfly Wall Art. V and Co: how to: fabric ornament. I fell to the peer pressure of emails and comments and actual face to face conversations of "how about ornaments?

V and Co: how to: fabric ornament

Why haven't you done any ornaments? " well, i did in fact have one planned before this one, but i felt like a sewing project was in order since i've not really shown you much of that lately. no worries more of it is coming. but for now here's a fabric ornament that will be a great teacher or neighbor gift. or heck, add them to your tree. :) for one ornament materials needed: *1/4 yard fabric *mason jar (wide mouth) or a cup will work just the same. *pencil * ribbon (around 8") *hot glue gun lets'g get started: *fold your fabric in half with right sides facing. Button Sheep Embroidery Hoop Ornament {Christmas Ornament #1) Over the next couple of weeks I am starting a series of easy homemade Christmas ornaments.

Button Sheep Embroidery Hoop Ornament {Christmas Ornament #1)

I'm really excited to share them with you! Falikép papírgurigákból. Paper Ornaments by Carlos N. Molina. Book Page and Cardboard Kleenex Box Ornament. Here is a tutorial on how to take an ordinary Kleenex box and make it into an ornament.

Book Page and Cardboard Kleenex Box Ornament

I start by cutting 6 strips of cardboard, cut with an exacto knife and ruler (for the Kleenex box ornament I cut it .375 inches wide by 9 inches long). Then using 5 strips interlock them to make a star. The sixth strip is the center ring to interlock. Please look at the video tutorial (part 1 and part 2) for full instructions. "S" is for Star. Glittered paper star wreath Made from old paperback book pages, add some glitter and presto: A Project for Fall! Origami Star Happy Birthday Bunting. I think my mom loves my blog. She's never actually seen it, but I think she loves it because all of my old belongings (what she would call junk) that have been stored in her garage is slowly being transported to my house.

This "junk", crafts that I made in high school and college, has found new life with my blog. She recently handed me a box filled with stars that I folded in high school. How to Weave a Paper Ball Ornament. When I was in Thailand, I would see the local people weave palm leaves into beautiful bowls, fans, balls and other amazing things. I asked my aunt if she knew how to make these things and she gave me a book that was all in Thai. I don't know how to read Thai, I can barely speak it. Somehow after a week of fumbling around with strips of paper, I managed to decode the pictures and figure it out. Here is my tutorial for you, it is not in Thai, and hopefully it won't take you weeks to make.

How to Fold Glass-like Origami Cranes. When I was a nine years old, my cousin told me that anyone who folds a thousand cranes would get one wish. Foolish as I was, I sat in my room for countless weekends folding paper cranes. What was I going to wish for? A childhood crush to reciprocate his feelings. How to Fold Glass-like Stars. Happy-anniversary. French provincial wall relief. - Mod Podge Rocks! Man Podger Walter recently sent me one of his pumpkin jack magnets, and truly made my Halloween. RECYCLED LIGHT BULB JACK-O-LANTERNS.

I have made these recycled light bulbs into snowmen and Easter rabbits in the past, but also thought they would be cute as Jack-o-Lanterns! Paper Fall Wreath. Well hello!! Dry-Erase Shadowbox Wall Calendar. Crafting With Ali: Paint Chip Art. So off to the paint store we went. DIY Toilet Paper Roll Summer Wreath. I am not a crafter. Noooo, sirree. I like making odds and ends, but I can assure you that I am not a frills-and-lace, decoupage-crazy, sewing machine addict that spends her spare time bedazzling jumpers and darning clog socks. (If you happen to be a decoupage-crazy sock-darner, I mean no insult.