Modding Project: Ring Light MetkuMods. Intro When taking close-up photos, the lighting can become a problem.
The good old flash works most of the time but usually it leaves nasty shadows that do not go well with the photo. There are couple of solutions to this problem; a second flash to remove the shadows and light the scene more evenly or to use a ring light that surrounds the target object with uniform light from every direction. Bean Art Tutorial. DIY: Mod Podge.
∆DIY∆ Chalkboard Wall. Things you need for this DIY: *chalkboard paint.
Origami Kusudama Flower Folding Instructions - How to make an Origami Kusudama Flower. Kusudama (translated as "medicine ball") were traditionally used as incense and poutpurri, from real flowers or herbs.
Decorative kusudama are made by using folded paper origami units glued together. These instructions show how to make a simple kusudama flower. Twelve (12) of these flowers can be glued together to make a ball. Made this origami? Comment and Submit your photo using the comment box at the end of this page! You can watch our origami kusudama flower video instructions, or check out the step-by-step photos below. DRAWDIO - draw music with a pencil, or a kitchen sink, or a banana, or... Make a Wide Sturdy Handle With The Portuguese Sinnet.
Paracord Monkey Fist. How to Make Fried Marble Jewelry. Car key magnetic switch plate hook. UPDATE: Thanks everyone for the kind words.
If you like this instructable, please hit up the "Vote Now" link for the Green Contest at the top of the page. Two Color Paracord Solomon Bar. Green...Easy Knit Produce Bag. Wall Art for Sienna's Room. First off, let me just say, I really love photos printed onto a canvas.
Really. I knew I wanted a set of them in Sienna's room, but as most of you know, we are still students so our decorating budget didn't exactly cover printing four 8"x10" photos onto a canvas. It's pretty darn expensive for just one let alone FOUR!!! I had seen a few ideas online about getting pictures printed out, then just mod-podging the picture onto the canvas, and sanding the sides a bit, which I liked, but I still really wanted that "printed on canvas" texture on the picture itself. Then, while looking around online one day, I found out that you can actually print from your computer onto tissue paper! Thus, my idea was born. DIY Cartier-Esque Bracelet. DIY rowing machine. Mod Circle side table, step stool, basket, etc. Untitled. Czwórka w skrócie Tragiczny romantyk, ma bardzo wrażliwe odczucia i emocje, jest wrażliwy, czuły, spostrzegawczy.
21 ways of turning pallets into unique pieces of furniture. Super Special Bananas. Epiphanie - HOME - My Life List. We started this business last year with the tag line: "Live life the way you picture it.
" It can be taken literally in the sense that our camera bags allow you to "picture your life" with more ease. But more importantly, it's about the idea that your life is waiting for you to make it yours. "What do you intend to do with your one precious life"? The first part of this post can be found here. Thanks again to Maggie, who is inspiring people all over the world to make life more fun. I wanted some kind of physical representation of my list around because 1.
Solar powered stove using 100% recycled materials. This is an exercise in recycling and alternative energy use.
A Beautiful Mess. Hey, friends! I'm here to share my new favorite happy hour recipe! It's fresh, herbal-y, and citrus-y. Mojitos were my first favorite cocktail, and I still love them, but finding new combinations is my current obsession. Project Ideas. Plucked right out of a Cartoon Handbags – Jump From Paper. Sisal Rope Bowl. I once fell in love with a rope bowl, it was by David Stark for West Elm. Sadly that awesome rope bowl is no longer available, bring it back, bring it back I say! My latest crafty project was inspired by that bowl and I believe has something to do with my fixation on neutrals with layers of texture. In fact, I think I need an entire Pinterest category devoted to it. I’ve had that rope bowl on my mind for many months, so I snagged a cheapo metal bowl from a craft store on clearance a few weeks ago, plus a couple of rolls of sisal rope from my local hardware store, and then got crafty with my glue gun.
Grab yerself a vessel, whatever you like. Then follow these simple steps: And there you have it, in less than an hour, a sisal rope bowl to call your own. Both textural and versatile, rope bowls are a catchall for anything from fresh fruit, to bills, to your collection of quirky matchbooks. Sisal rope is your crafty friend. You can quote me on that. Tutorials. DIY Doily Lamp. Look to inspire. The Art of Doing Stuff - StumbleUpon. The time has come for the final Dollar store post.
*sniff* It’s one of those occasions that’s both sad and happy. Like watching a child go off to school for the first time, or eating a whole strawberry-rhubarb pie in one sitting. Mostly though, this is an exciting moment. The final Dollar store post is perhaps the most dramatic transformation ever to be recorded in history. Ever. So here we go …. deep breath … the final Dollar Store post. Clay pot.
Remember when I made THIS? It was round 3 of the Crafters Competition. Do It 101 .com, a do-it-yourself index to just about anything. It’s in the NEWS! Newspaper. It’s one of the things I’ve never thrown away. And with my obsessive coupon clipping last year..we have TONS! While newspaper comes in handy when cleaning windows/mirrors, stuffing and wrapping packages.
There are also so many crafty things you can do with it. Paint strips of newspaper to make colorful newspaper roses. Sketchbook on the Behance Network. Homemaker on a Dime: Projects. Craft-Ease: Monogram from rolled book pages. I had seen this idea for a monogram on The Precious Little Things in Life. Stacy has lots of beautiful and creative ideas. DIY $5 Flower Vase! Emmas designblogg - design and style from a scandinavian perspective. Make: Projects How-to Projects Library — Electronics, Arduino, Crafts, Solar, Robots.
Crazy Domestic. The decorated cookie: fondant gerbera daisies (on cookie pops) DIY Eco Bags. Reduce, Reuse + Refashion. Recycle and Repurpose your old Jeans. Save and repurpose materials to make bags of all sorts, for every occasion. Projects and DIY.