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DIY Shampoo Bottle Monster Pencil Holder DIY Projects. DIY心形折纸È……_来自yingmmnn的图片分享-堆糖网. 堆糖 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 [公告]堆糖首款限量胶带! 收集 1224 分享: DIY心形折纸书签手工教程 我的首页 新浪微博-随时随地分享身边的新… DIY手工 yingmmnn2013-05-02 13:59:11 收集到 制 制148个收集·0人喜欢 还被收集在1224个专辑中 发表评论... 评论取消 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 2010-2014 duitang.com, all rights reserved 沪ICP备10038086号-1 评论 评论:0 确定要删除? 确定取消. Scrap Your Stash guest post: fabric scrap key chain tutorial. *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! Tutorials: Paper Roll Mice. Told you I'd be back with another one! This time, I've put together a pair of Christmas mice. Aren't they fun?? Wanna make one?? Or two? Get your paper rolls ready! Cut them into 1/2 inch strips. Form one into a circle. Form another into a teardrop. Glue the teardrop to the top of the circle.

Make two more circles and glue them on for ears. Now for the feet. Glue the feet to the bottom of the body of the mouse. Now you need to form the front paws. You can also add a spot of glue to the crease, it you have a stubborn tube. Place the front paws and glue. Make a tail by flattening and shaping a strip. Attach the tail behind the feet. I decided that I wanted the ears together, so I just added a spot of glue between them. And that's it so far. Just a hint: cheap spray paint is no bargain. Remember the detached face we made for the paper roll Easter bunny?

When he's dry, glue the poms to his nose and dress him up with a few embellishments. Now for the second mouse. Glue the center down. Print / paper clip and rubber band binding. My Pet Cloud -- An Adorable, Easy and Inexpensive Craft. Adorable, super easy, and less than 15-cents to make... That's what I love about the "Pet Cloud" project. A few months back I saw this ingenious little idea on Pinterest and traced the source to the SWAPS-a-lot website -- a great source for readymade Girl Scout swap kits.

Fast forward to this week...my final week of student teaching in a first-grade classroom. I wanted to give each student a little something to remember me by. I wanted to do something sweet, inexpensive and with an inspiring message. So I put my personal twist on this delightfully squee project by making up a custom tag and poem (free printable below). These sweet little chaps make a terrific gift for teachers and youth group leaders to give to their students. Materials Step 2: Put a small dab of tacky glue on the back of a googly eye. Step 3: Download and print out the tags on card stock. Spread smiles! Monogrammed Cell Phone Covers. I recently got a Smartphone and looked into buying a monogrammed cover for it.

When I saw the $50 price tag, I knew it was not going to happen. The only way I was going to be able to afford one, was to make one. I ended up making more than one as I was having so much fun coming up with different looks, fonts, and styles that I made a few. A few for me and a few for my friends and family. Here is how I made them. I found the clear case at the phone cover kiosk at my local mall, it was $12. I gathered some scrapbook papers I liked. Along with a glue stick, paper hole punch, and a small pair of scissors. 1. Make sure it fits in and then cut out the camera hole. Using my computer I created a few monograms. Print your monograms, names, or initials onto computer paper. Glue to the center of the piece of scrapbook paper. DIY-Home-Decor: DIY PROJECT:GLASS-JAR MOROCCAN LANTERNS. 15 Fool-Proof DIY Christmas Gifts... DIY Christmas Gifts - Idea #1 - DIY Christmas Ornament - Sprightliest. Is it just me or does it seem like everyone is feeling extra Christmasy earlier than usual this year?

Even a plaza around where I live had their Christmas decorations up before Halloween. Now that is early! Maybe it’s because Thanksgiving falls at the very latest it can this year. It’s 6 days later than last year and that much closer to December. I try and wait until after Thanksgiving to start decorating and listening to Christmas music and I plan to do so this year -BUT – I’m starting some crafting and baking a little early.

To kick things off here is a DIY Christmas ornament that would make a great gift. What you’ll need: Wooden Letter Paint (Any spray paint, craft or acrylic paint would work) Foam Brush Mod Podge Sandpaper or File Sharp blade knife Scissors Ribbon or Embellishments Scrapbook Paper or Wrapping Paper Pen/Pencil Step 1- Paint the wooden letter and allow it to dry. Finished Ornament Like this: Like Loading... Damask love | craft is in session. I could probably open up a bookstore with all the notebooks I’ve been making lately…and there are still a few more projects to come! Today’s Style Watch is a “special edition” extension of Bookbinding University, and I think you’re gonna like what you see.

Before today’s post, each Bookbinding University lesson have focused on stitching techniques. Today’s project does not require any stitching at all, which means you can mass produce these notebooks in no time at all! Perfect binding is a simple technique that uses PVA glue (or Elmer’s white glue) to bind the spine of your text block. Follow along in this quick video tutorial as I show you exactly how to create the text block and cover in just a manner of minutes. With such an easy technique, I assembled an entire set of notebooks using my the Clear & Simple Stamps Background Basics 3 set and the Alpha Monogram stamp set. You had to know it was coming! Clear & Simple Stamps Background Basics 3 | Alpha Monogram. Snowman Kisses Tic Tac Holders.

Fabric Covered Notebook Tutorial. <div class="greet_block wpgb_cornered"><div class="greet_text"><div class="greet_image"><a href=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"><img src=" alt="WP Greet Box icon"/></a></div>Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to <a href=" rel="nofollow"><strong>subscribe to the RSS feed</strong></a> for updates on this topic. <div style="clear:both"></div></div></div> I have a serious thing for fabric.

Just love it. So when recently found out that there is something called Fabric Mod Podge I knew I wanted to try it. My cookbook is an old photo album binder that I just put 4×6 recipe cards in. You can do this to any book. Here’s the before: Yuck! Fabric Covered Notebook Tutorial: 1 Piece of fabric that is about 1-2 inches larger than your notebook on each side 1 smaller piece of fabric for the inner covers A book to cover Hey there! She's {kinda} Crafty: Halloween {Candy} Holder. I know that we have 6 weeks until Halloween but sometimes it doesn't hurt to be a little pre-prepared for big howl-days. I prepared a {FREE} little candy holder (that would also work for crayons or pencils or maybe fruit roll-ups) that you can print out, cut out, and tape together.

It's pretty easy but I made a quick tutorial to show you how to put them together. You can find the links to the downloads after the tute!! Supplies: White card stock to print out the files Scissors or a Paper Trimmer Double-sided scrapbook adhesive or a Glue Stick Washi Tape (optional) Download, print, and cut out the holder pieces. Lay the longer piece of card stock upside down and fold up the printed "Happy Halloween" and make a really nice straight crease (use a bone folder if you have one). There are 2 ways you can finish your holder - The first is to run a little scrapbook tape on the edges of the front piece and fold it down on to the backer forming your pocket.

It's a little freaky how well it matches! White Kitty Cat Scarf/Hat/or Sweater Pin with Gold Heart | Metal_Artistry. Sweet Charli: Save Your Toilet Paper Rolls! Yes, RECYCLE them! Ironically, the day I'm made these, my little 1yr old decided it would be fun to unravel the whole TP roll in my bathroom! This all occurred while I was trying to get ready for my Studio 5 segment that you can watch HERE for a brief tutorial on these toilet paper boxes. (my how-to is the last video in the series) You can make one of these in 5 minutes!! Here are some brief instructions: 1. Pinterest. Cute Phone Charms: Animal Square Block Charms | Blog | GirlyBubble. Pinterest. DIY Tin Can Organizer | FabDiy.

Create A Corner Bookmark: A Cherry On Top. If you look through the Gallery here, or search Pinterest, you'll find all sorts of variations of this project. There is one in our Gallery that is almost identical, {thanks Tracy!} I just had to figure out how to make them since they are so adorable. Then once I made one, I couldn't stop! I had to try out different punches and embellishments. This project was actually a Fast Scrap a few years ago at one of our crops. I started by gathering some of my favorite things: and ended up with a cute little corner bookmark like this. First, I cut a two sided sheet of paper 2.5" x 2.5" (6x6 pads work great for this!) Then very lightly with a pencil draw lines at the half mark, each direction Now fold the bottom two corner up to the middle line.

If you have access to a scoring guide, it will make this much easier. Now turn the paper over and let's get to work! Take your favorite punch and punch along one edge. I dabbed some ink on the edges to give it more definition Products Used: DIY Personalized Bag Tags and Printables for Lunch Box and Backpack - The House of Hendrix. It’s Back to School time and that means fresh lunchboxes and backpacks. I made some Bag Tags you can personalize and download. The floral backgrounds I chose were from The Lilly blog. Supplies: CardstockPrinterHole puncherribbon, rope, or shoelacelaminator (optional)First download the desired pfd from the end of this post. Personalize with your child’s name.Print on Cardstock.Cut out tags from cardstock Laminate - My current obsession is a $24 Thermal Laminator. I use it to laminate photos, kids’ artwork, soccer certificates, recipe cards, place-mats, bag tags and more.

It’s highly addictive and so simple that my daughter uses it. You are done. You can use them on: lunch boxesbackpacksdiaper bagssuitcasessporting bags (tennis racket bag)gifts Here are the Printable Templates – PDF download Red & Blue Chevron Lilly Floral Green & Pink Chevron I had several questions about where I got the lunchboxes.

Bokugler med kort | Owl bookmarks and card. En av flere intensjoner med å starte denne bloggen var å holde meg selv på kreativ "tå hev". Jeg vil påstå at den intensjonen har virket - nettopp - etter intensjonen! Fra en dag til en annen kan en idé både bli født og ta form, og jeg planlegger egentlig veldig lite av det som havner her. Og denne uken "skjedde" det altså bokugler her hos meg. Jeg tror bildene forklarer det meste, men det er altså bokmerker som du kan sette i et kort og gi bort. Jeg har laget en pdf-fil (en A4 side) bestående av ett kort og fire ugler i ulike farger. En utskrift gir altså ett kort med ugle som du kan gi bort - og tre bokmerker til deg selv (du beholder selvsagt favorittfargen din selv ;-)).

Jeg har også skrevet instruksjoner i utskriftsfilen. . ► Her kan du laste ned bokuglene med kort► Download bookmark owls and card (english version) Noen tips for beste print-resultat: Oppdatering 25. juni / Update june 25th:Se flere måter å gi bokmerke-ugler på her! Free printable owl bookmarks. Dollar Store Crafts | Eyeballs By Day, Crafts By Night. More Mini Jar Candles: Easy Country Themed Wedding Favors 20 Apr 2014 by Eyeballs By Day, Crafts By Night in Candles, Country Decor, Craft Tutorials, Dollar Store Crafts, Primitives, Supplies & Materials Tags: candles, country crafts, country decor, craft show sellers, dollar store crafts, homespun, Primitive Crafts, rusty heart, rusty tin First of all, Happy, Happy Easter!

:) After a loooong miserable winter, I think it’s safe to say that Spring has finally sprung! Just as I knew it would, the nicer weather has motivated me to get back into the crafting groove and also do some “pickin” at the local thrift stores. Lately, my big project has been mass producing these country jar candles as wedding favors ~ 120 to be exact! I like to use these particular jar candles because they come with an “Easy Peel” label, which allows you to very easily take off the label for crafting. For mass production, I found its easiest to tear all your homespun strips ahead of time. Here is the finished product! Images | Welcome to SaiFou – Inspiring images. | DIY. Marie Grace Designs: Our favorite clay ornaments....

Love is in the details: Paracord Survival Bracelet Tutorial. Last week I saw some friends of mine wearing these cool Paracord Survival Bracelets. I asked where they got them and they said that they MADE them! Apparently they sell them at places like R.E.I. (Recreational Equipment Inc.) for about $10+, but you can easily make them for a fraction of the cost.

In fact, we purchased 100 feet of cord (from R.E.I.) in 2 different colors for a little under $10. That will make you a ton of them for yourself and to give away as gifts. Here's what the two toned ones look like. Plus- they are easy enough that the kids can make them! Today, they made themselves one, plus one for their dad, and their uncles for their birthdays! Here's out tutorial explaining how to make them. Paracord Survival Bracelet Tutorial First gather your supplies. Next, take the end of each color of cord and fray them a bit with your fingers. It should look like this when it's fused. Now, take another piece of cord and fold it in half. Now, bring the black cord over top of the blue one. The Perfect Gift: Yarn Ball Bookmark. Round Koala Bear | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos.

Bookmark sintió | Nooha. Easy Craft Clay. DIY Christmas Giftables: Earphone Cord Keepers with Printable Packaging. DIY Niza regalo de papel Bolsa DIY Proyectos. Diy heart headphone cord wrap. [DIY梦幻雪景玻璃瓶手工教程]把下雪..._百度图片-嘀咕网. 6 Sharpie Craft Projects We Love. Halloween Craft Templates at WomansDay. Diamond Pinata DIY Necklace. 15 Back-to-School Projects {DIY Ideas} DIY Journal Ideas. Images | Welcome to SaiFou – Inspiring images. Pinterest. Pinterest.