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Tutoriel recyclage, objets recycles, idees recup, 100 % récup, detournement objet, 1184337068.pdf. Snow-Globe Soap. Dec19 by Brenda Ponnay Stuff their stockings with something they can wash their hands with! By Brenda Ponnay What’s cuter than a button, small enough to fit in a stocking, won’t rot your teeth and leaves you squeaky clean? A mini snow-globe soap, of course! Here’s a super-fun craft you can whip up in an afternoon. It’s quick, it’s easy and it hardly makes any mess! This is technically just “melt and pour” soap so it might be considered cheating to some hard-core soap enthusiasts but I’m not about to mess with lye or distilling vodka when I’ve got a small child acting as my personal assistant.

First you’ll cut up the glycerine into 1-inch chunks. Don’t be fooled by the picture above. After you’ve poured the glycerine, let it cool just enough to form a thin skin on the top. After all your toys are arranged, you can add your snow. I used a small paring knife to shave off some of the irregularities on the bottom but that was purely aesthetic. If you found us through Stumble Upon!


Free printable blog calendar. The DIY Origami Heart Invitations are in the mail! I first introduced you to my origami heart engagement party invitations in this article here. Well, after a working weekend of printing, cutting, folding, sewing, stuffing, addressing and stamping... phew... my fiancé and I have finally mailed out the little cuties! Hand-stitching the edges of the translucent pocket was the most time-consuming part of the project.

To ensure accuracy and quicken the hand-stitching process, we first measured and marked out (with needle pricks) the intended placement of the stitches. To save time, we only did 5 stitches on each side. The actual origami folding, thankfully, went a lot quicker than expected! Special thanks to my hard-working fiancé, who whole-heartedly supported this crazy little project of mine. You can read more about these origami heart invitations here. Imprimables Lollipop Papillons et fleurs pour le printemps. I have been receiving requests for different sayings on the butterflies and lilies. If you want to have a different saying please leave a comment and I will try to make the most popular requests. Lollipop Lily Plain Lily Proverbs 17:17 “A friend loves at all times” Happy Mother’s Day Happy May Day! Happy Spring! Happy Easter Happy Birthday!

Great Job! Lily Pops Get Well I Love You! Thank You! Leaf Valentine’s Day Lollipop Butterfly Plain Butterfly Fluttering by to wish you a Happy Spring! Fluttering by to wish you a Happy Mother’s Day! Thank You Butterfly Thank you for helping me celebrate! Happy Valentine’s Day Interested in more free printables for Spring, try these… Bunny Egg Holder Bunny Napkin Ring May Day Cone Template Paper Shoe -instead of making a witch’s shoe, make a pretty shoe for a ladies lunch or bridal shower! Comment et pourquoi couper en deux une bouteille en verre.

Bricolage pour enfants Valentines. Lest we forget, Valentine’s day is finally here this week! There are so many great crafts out there that I had to return with a few more ideas for you to fit in before the big day. If you have nieces, nephews, grandchildren, or kids of school age in your life, I’m sure that you know all about those boxes of cartoon Valentine cards at the grocery store. Pretty boring, and all the same. You go through the class list, fill ‘em out, tape on a piece of candy and you’re done… right? Here are a couple ideas that might take a little longer to make, but they use supplies you most likely already have. Melted Crayon Hearts I found the idea for these hearts on, but I didn’t see an actual blog post for them.

What You Will Need: Crayons…Use up your broken ones! How to Assemble: Remove paper wrappers from crayonsDivide into colors if you want different colored heartsChop into small piecesFill molds, more crayons will make thicker hearts. Origami Boxes Have a craft idea you’d love to share? Des verres à vin ardoise. Le plastique fou. Atelier custo : les marque-pages. Pondu par Flo le 8 mars 2012 Pour ce premier atelier custo dans les forums, nous allons nous intéresser à la confection des marque-pages : un joli livre oui, un joli marque-page qui va avec, c’est encore mieux !

Une vieille carte postale, une feuille de papier toilette, une coupure de journal… tout est prétexte à devenir un marque-page. Mais ne nous voilons pas la face : c’est moche et ça donne pas envie. Alors que fabriquer un petit marque-page avec ses petits doigts pleins de créativités, ce n’est pas si compliqué ! Les classiques revisités — Sources : howaboutorange / Craftzine Visuel de gauche : dans un papier Canson blanc, découpez un rectangle pour former le marque-page puis découpez au cutter de petites formes de feuilles dedans. Visuel de droite : il suffit de découper un profil de visage dans du carton épais ! Marque-pages à pincer — Sources : Tinywhitedaisies / Scale-Files Pour le visuel de gauche, découpez un coeur dans du carton épais déjà coloré, ou peignez-le vous-même. Masquerade Mask. DES IDÉES DE GÉNIES LE BLOG.