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Make a Rolled Paper Wreath. Home » $1 and Free, cheap crafts, Decor, Headline, High Concept 21 May 2009 54,129 views 10 Comments by heather This wreath is colorful and stunning, and made of recycled magazine pages! Looks like it would be a fun project to do while you're watching some guilty-pleasure TV shows. This is a fun modern art accent, but would also be pretty as a frame for a photo, child's art, or a mirror. Project is by The Rag & Bone blog and found via Reycled Crafts. [full project instructions here] Wrap the paper around a pencil or other long skinny item. Project Estimate: Magazine or catalog pages, on handWire, $1Thread, $1 or on handPencil, on hand Total: $1 and up Disclosure: this article may contain affiliate links or other forms of sponsored content.

Untitled. *This tutorial was originally posted over on Living with Punks! She’s doing a Scrap Your Stash series right now and there have been some awesome tutorials using scraps, with many more to come! I think I may be in love with these adorable little key chains. So much in love that I made a bunch with no plans for them. After all, I don’t need 7 key chains…but I have friends and family who do! Whether they know that or not. lol. Anyways, thanks so much to Susan for asking me to participate in her Scrap Your Stash series, I love using up scraps in fun ways, so it was so fun for me to think up a new project! These little key chains are perfect for showcasing your favorite scrap of fabric, or embellishing with button flowers, felt monograms, or whatever you can dream up!

Tutorial below! Here’s the how to! You’ll need:*fabric scraps*medium weight iron on interfacing*small piece of Pellon Peltex one sided iron-on interfacing. (that white piece is the Peltex) Trim threads, and you’re done! AT Europe: Paris - Valérie Boy at Salon Maison et Objet. It was love at first sight.

A few years ago, I found the perfect light sculpture for a dark corner of my apartment by an artist working in Brittany named Valérie Boy ... It was the first annual pre-Christmas Salon de la Récup, that featured a few dozen up-and-coming artists working mostly with recuperated materials, taking place a few doors down from me at the Espace Blanc Manteaux. “Féérie Florale” was a six-foot-tall rectangular piece of white powder-coated metal out of which Valérie Boy had hand-cut a spray of flowers. She strung waterproof Christmas lights on the backside of the piece, which looked like a carved sculpture by day, and a poetic constellation of glowing flower-fairy lights (or stars from across the room) by night. We made a deal (including that I would pay her in three installments and that she could keep the model until the end of the 10-day salon, for others to see and eventually order).

And soon I won’t be the only one. Tennis Ball Helper « Do It And How. MAGIC Decal Transfer Tutorial with Free Printables! Amongst other things, I mentioned how wonderful they are for creating custom embellishments without the need for any fancy pants equipment. Yep, waterslide decal paper is a truly fab product, though as great as it is, there is one drawback – although it’s somewhat tough it’s not especially durable. So, whilst it’s perfect for ornamental purposes, it’s not ideal for more practical applications….until now that is! Magic decal coating paper is a product designed to be used in conjunction with standard decal paper to make the finished transfers durable – yes, even dishwasher resistant! If you’re already familiar with magic decal coating paper then please excuse my tardy excitement, though for everyone else who is just getting to the party now too, feel free to start throwing the streamers!

My recently aquired assortment of SLOM jars from IKEA were awaiting some DIY craftiness and seemed the perfect victims candidates for my first magic decal experiment. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. DIY Home Décor: The Light Bulb Vase. This week we’re sharing some of the blog’s greatest hits!

These are some of our most loved posts by you, our amazing readers. Don’t throw away those old light bulbs just yet! I have a fun, easy DIY for you that will brighten up your home decor or workspace :) This DIY is very simple, but it requires working with glass so you definitely need to be careful! What you need: A light bulb (any shape or size will work!) , pliers and gardening wire. Step One: First you need to remove the little silver layer on the bottom of the light bulb. Step Two: Now you have to remove the black cap from the bottom of the light bulb. Step Three: Once the black glass was removed it was really easy to get the little glass tube and wiring on the inside of the bulb out – I simply tapped it with the pliers and it broke right off. And now you have your empty lightbulb! Step Four: Add flowers and water, and hang with the gardening wire!

Now I want to make more! Follow FP Julia on twitter. Trending on Sjoesjoe likes lovely things!: Instant comfort. Some days... you just need a little bit of consolation. These little 'cheer up' pocket boxes are made by Kim Welling, illustrator and designer from the Netherlands. Pull this little handmade treasure out of your pocket and you'll feel better for sure. Or try it out yourself... with some match boxes and paper you can make your little fantasy worlds too. Scrapbook paper « Suburban Experiment. This is a quick and easy project if you’re looking to spice up a room without a lot of money or commitment. We’re in the process of transforming all of our boring, white/cream outlet covers, which really don’t match the paint anyway, into something more fun.

We’re not afraid of color, so some of our paint is pretty intense, and the boring outlets really stood out as an ugly sore thumb. So now we have these: The method for making these is really simple. You get some craft or scrapbook paper that has a pattern that you like, and trace your outlet cover with about a quarter inch extra on every side. Then, using decoupage paste or something similar, you glue the paper to the flat part of the cover. You may have to hold each side for a minute to let your glue set up. Once you’re done trimming cover the entire front of your plate with decoupage paste or some kind of finishing/sealing product. Then you’re done!

More pinkalicious fun: balloon flowers. I saw these balloon flowers on another blog and fell in love with them! I knew I had to have them for Ella's party. There were no instructions, so I asked my friend, Mr. Google, for help. As usual he came through. I did change one thing on the instructions. Design-wise it makes more sense to have an odd number of petals, so I did five instead of six like on the original instructions. I hung these puffy ones along the porch.

And had a few more daisy-style inside. I like the second style much better. I had so many people ask where I got the flowers and even had a lady stop to inquire. Step 1: Cut two circle templates from chipboard, one approximately 6" across and the other 4" across. Step 2: Blow up five pink balloons (or the flower petal color of your choice), making sure they fit through the 6" hole template.

Step 3: Tie one set of two balloon petals together. Step 4: Tie another set of three balloon petals together. Step 5: Tie the two balloon centers together. 【DIY超有型的鞋架】 做一个简单好看又节约空…_来自徐颖Peach的图片分享. 堆糖网 分类 首页 热门 最新 良品购 特卖惠 家居生活 美食菜谱 手工DIY 时尚搭配 美妆造型 婚纱婚礼 设计 古风 插画绘画 壁纸 头像 文字句子 旅行 摄影 人文艺术 影音书 人物明星 动画漫画 植物多肉 生活百科 搞笑萌宠 搜索含 的内容 搜索含 的商品 搜索含 的专辑 搜索含 的糖友 新浪微博腾讯 QQ 淘宝腾讯微博豆瓣 关联账号登录: 登录 注册 大桃er 收集到 【DIY】——大搜… 专辑中 ,通过糖友 Sweet乐儿 2012-02-09 20:46:14 【DIY超有型的鞋架】 做一个简单好看又节约空间的鞋架吧,还可以想挂哪里就挂那里!!!

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标签集帮助中心关于我们加入我们免责声明堆糖收集工具 ©Copyright by 堆糖 2010-2013, all rights reserved 备案 沪ICP备10038086号-1 确定要删除? 确定取消. Wall art. Soctopus soft toy by HelloClementine. Socktopuses. DIY Father’s Day Shirt & Tie Gift Boxes. A little while back, I was brainstorming Father’s Day craft ideas, and I had one of those “a-ha” moments. Don’t you just love those? These Father’s Day Shirt & Tie Gift Boxes actually make use of the favor box template that I created for my feature in the first issue of Nonpareil, with an alteration made to add a “collar”.

I’ve provided a necktie template (and a bow tie template, in case your dad or husband is a bow tie kind of guy) that you can use with any patterned or solid colored paper to put the finishing touch on your own box(es). And now I’m thinking about all of the other holidays for which I can customize the template, so don’t be surprised if you see more projects that make use of it in the future! Father’s Day Shirt & Tie Gift Boxes Print the box template onto lightweight cardstock, cut out along the solid lines, and assemble according to the directions found in the template file. . * The patterned paper I used for the ties is Flannel from Cosmo Cricket’s Mr. Lego on Etsy, a global handmade and vintage marketplace. How to Make a Toothbrush Bracelet. It seems that I'm into things made of household items-- from fork bracelets to pushpin shoes, there's a trend there. ;) What you need to make a toothbrush bracelet: ♥Toothbrush ♥Pliers ♥Pot and stove The first thing you need to do is put the toothbrush in boiling water.

I recommend the cheapest toothbrush you can find, whether that's at the Dollar Store or wherever-- just as long as it is the simple kind. I tried this with a Snoopy toothbrush for kids and it did not work. After you have let the toothbrush boil for about a minute, (or until it gets soft) you can easily pull out the bristles with your pliers. Bend the toothbrush until it fits your wrist. Ta da! Image | Welcome to SaiFou – Inspiring images. {Valentines day} pixelated popup card.

I‘ve been scratching my head trying to come up with a card for my hubby {AKA the non-romantic type}. I finally decided to make this pixely popup heart card! They are really minimal (which I love) and take about 20 minutes to make (that includes the card, insert and envelope). You can even make some pixely confetti to put inside the card (if you are a big kid like me!). Full instructions and printable templates below! (BTW I remember seeing something similar in a popup book years ago. How to 1. (If you have a cutting machine then see note at end of post!) Cut along the black lines and score the grey lines. 3. 5. 7. Edited to add: The lovely Kayla from saynotsweetanne has send me a .dfx file of the card which you can use if you have a cutting machine. Sewing Machine Pin Cushion. I have had this idea rolling around in my head for quite some time and I finally found the time to make it.

I want to show you how to make a super easy pin cushion that attaches right to your sewing machine. If you are like me, you always pin your fabric before sewing to make sure it won't slip or bunch as you sew. Well, I never had a convenient place to put a pin cushion so I could quickly remove the pins right before the needle went over them. I was always fiddling with the magnet 'pin cushions' and trying to get them as close to the machine as possible so I could quickly drop the pins and not loose my spot sewing. So here is my solution...a quick tutorial on how to make a pin cushion to fit your machine that will tie right onto the arm of the machine and keep your pins close at hand. Supplies you'll need: -scrap pieces of fabric -matching ribbon You'll have to choose the shape for your pin cushion based on your sewing machine. Deck of cards = awesome, easy, romantic gift! - OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS. I actually made this for my honey for our anniversary a couple of years ago, but with Valentine's Day fast approaching, I thought I'd share.

This is so easy to make, but it has a lot of impact -- who wouldn't love to get this? I want to say right now that I am not claiming this idea as original. Unfortunately, I made it over 2 years ago and now cannot find the post/site/etc. where I found the inspiration. As I recall, the one I saw was far more elaborate than mine. All right -- let's get to it! (Our initials are B and K.) The possibilities for this project are endless, but I didn't do anything fancy. Some were sweet (like that one) and some were wacky: (Just to clarify -- I meant physical comedy with that one... not people actually getting hurt!) Here's a better shot of the binder rings and also you can see how fat it is (which I really like): Here's a picture of the back... nothing fancy back there, but it makes a nice matching cover to the front:

Round 1 Projects - Time to VOTE!!! I hope you guys are as excited as I am to have the competition under way. Round 1 projects were Dollar/Thrift Store, and our contestants came up with some fantastic things. You are allowed to choose three projects to vote for, so scroll through all of them, and place your vote at the bottom of this post. Voting will be open until Tuesday, January 25th @ 10 pm MST. Good luck everyone! Project #1 - PB Knock-Off Paneled MirrorI headed to the Dollar Tree and completely cleared them out of their little rectangle

The register ladies looked at me funny.Next I headed over to The Home Depot, and got myself a 1/2 inch thick piece of plywood, some 1/2 inch poplar trim, and some liquid nails: With my supply list set, I got to work.Placing, making cuts with the saw, gluing. What am I making? Mine? Project #2 - The Book ClutchA little vintage book... upon further review is actually a clever clutch.

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