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Dicas da Lili - Guardanapo de mesa em forma de Rosa. Essential Knots: How to Tie the 20 Knots You Need to Know. Magic-balloon-egg-treats.jpg (Imagem JPEG, 620x810 pixéis) - Escala (67%) Craft-ideas-31.jpg (Imagem JPEG, 620x826 pixéis) - Escala (69%) How to make animal pom-poms - Mr Printables Blog. After making those flower pompoms, I couldn’t help making more. Maybe it’s called procrastination. I have hundreds of other things on my to-do list, but then this week I thought, well, hey let’s just make more pompoms! Among many other ideas, I went for having a go at animal pompoms. It’s just that kids love animals most and that’s what matters here on Mr P! They are a little more difficult to make if you’ve never tried making pompoms, so in that case, start with the flower pompoms here then you’ll be able to easily move on to more complex designs.

Basically the method is the same. Start with the nose and mouth in the middle, wrap around the surrounding face color on top of this, a little wrapping floating in the middle for the eyes then finishing with more face color. Place a pencil (or your finger) on one end and wrap extra yarn around it a bit like this. I had a comment from a reader who thought my pompoms looked perfect and hers weren’t. Before the trimming: a sad koala. Yay! Braided Hemp & Bead Bracelets - Craft By Photo. Colorful Yo-Yo Pillow. We are going to show you today how to make some cute and colorful fabric yo-yo’s which then you can apply on a pillow. Yo-yo’s have been very popular in the 1920’s when they had a more classic look, but we found this great DIY project which takes them to a next level and helps you create bright and colorful fabric yo-yo’s. For this project you will need: patterned fabric (it is great if you have leftovers but if not, then you will need to buy 1/8 yard of fabric of each pattern), a pen, lots of buttons (form medium to large), a small circle from Super Sized Circles Shape Templates, scissors, embroidery needle and embroidery floss and a pillow.

To make the yo-yo, cut 12″ of embroidery floss. Thread one end of your floss onto your needle and make sure to leave a 3″ tail. More at : Christmas Chair Covers. In this time of the year everyone starts talking about Christmas and decorations so we thought we should keep up with them. Christmas decorations can be a nice opportunity to spend more time in the family, by making these decorations together with your loved ones. This way you will be able to create original decorations with a strong personal touch and loaded with creativity and love. All decorations give us the opportunity to be secretive and to surprise our family and friends with something new at every holiday. So we found some nice ways to decorate your chairs in the holiday spirit and most of them include handmade chair cover ideas.

Next on you will find chair decorations for any taste, from elegant designs to simple and funny ones. How to Make Glove Monsters Tutorial. Ever wondered what to do with all those single gloves? Turn them into Glove Monster Softies! These are one of my FAVORITE crafts E.V.E.R.! No joke. These little glove monsters are so fun to make and they were a HIT with my boys!

{as you can probably tell from the pictures!} My boys have had a blast playing with them. If you’re like us, every winter, the Glove Thief comes and steals a glove or two…so we end up with a bunch of solo gloves. Glove Monsters are quick and easy to make and a ton of fun to play with! These make a great project for beginner sewists! Aren’t they so cute?! How to Make Glove Monsters Supplies: glovesbattingsewing machine with a roller foot or walking foot attachedneedle/threadbuttons, felt, etc for embellishingTurn the glove inside out and sew a U-shape from the top of the thumb hole to the other side of the glove leaving a 1″ hole at the top. Tuck the cuff inside.Stuff with batting, making sure to get batting to the end of each of the 4 fingers. New here? 1468541_675017135866456_334012329_n.jpg (Imagem JPEG, 960x587 pixéis) 1455900_675016065866563_1961789722_n.jpg (Imagem JPEG, 960x886 pixéis) - Escala (66.

1454614_675014849200018_606656986_n.jpg (Imagem JPEG, 960x720 pixéis) - Escala (81. DIY String Chandeliers Ruffled. Jessica of Wednesday Inc shows us how to make those gorgeous twine chandeliers from the inspiration shoot she shared with us this morning. Using balloons, glue and twine, you can also make these lanterns for your wedding – and then bring it home and use it as your very own mid century lampshade.

What you will need are: balloons, glue, yarn, tray for glue, corn starch 1/2 cup of Corn starch, 1/4 cup of Warm water, clear fast drying spray paint, hanging lamp cord or fishing line (depending on your desired final product), and a lighting kit if you’re looking for a fully functional lantern. Jessica recommends using a sharpie to mark on the inflated balloon how much room you need to leave for the lighting cord. She also recommends coating the balloon with vaseline prior to wrapping the yarn coated with glue so it doesn’t stick on the balloon once it’s dry. You can see all the details on Jessica’s blog. Are you getting excited to try to do this at home as much I am? Instructions: 1. 3928010.jpg (Imagem JPEG, 320x320 pixéis) Estampa - Camiseta para o Papai | Pra Gente Miúda. Gente!!! Idéia boa a gente tem que divulgar né? Vamos aprender a estampar uma camiseta com giz de cera com a Jacirinha? Material: Camiseta branca Uma lixa bem áspera (aquelas comuns para madeira, parede)Giz de cera de boa qualidade com cores bem fortes.Caneta preta para tecidos Procedimento: Peça para a criança desenhar na lixa ou escrever o que quiser.

Resultado: A impressão uma vez feita, ela não sai mais, pode lavar, colocar na máquina...enfim fica como se fosse uma impressão de serigrafia. Tutorials by Lee. Laughing Kids Learn: DIY Heat Bags. Personalised heat bags make such a great gift to give to any loved one. I made them a few years ago with a grade 2/3 class for father’s day and the feedback was incredibly positive. I even had a few of the children’s dads write me little ‘thank you’ notes! The good news is that these are so easy to make. Children also love being able to add their creative designs and personalised touches.

Here is how to make a basic heat bag. There are a few things that you will need to be able to make your heat bag but they are not anything too difficult to source. 1/2 meter of canvas fabric (makes 1 heat bag)Fabric markerspencil or penrulerscissorssewing machine with cottoniron500g rice or wheat for fillingneedle and thread Firstly fold over (or double up) your fabric. I wanted a 20cm x 20cm heat bag so I measured a 22cm x 22cm square. Cut out the two identical pieces and sew them together using a simple stitch around the edges. And now for the moment the children have been waiting for….decorating! Kate x. How to make tiny bows @ Do It Yourself Pins. DIY Chan Luu Bracelet. My goal this holiday season was to really try my best to make some homemade gifts. So far I’m doing pretty well with my wreath, some burlap covered candles, some personalized coasters and this past weekend I gave a try at some jewelry.

You may have noticed how wrap bracelets are everywhere lately. Chan Luu bracelets are extremely popular these days. They come in singles and also in wraps. I love love the look of these bracelets. What I don’t love is the price tag. The single bracelet alone costs $95. I did the top bracelet by simply following this tutorial. 1. 2.Bring your needle up under the right cord through the center and pull the thread through. 3. 4. You will just continue to do this for every bead. I love my followers so come and join!!

Like this: Like Loading... Related Leather Wrap Bracelet The other day I was in Michael's craft store grabbing some material for a small project I'm working on when I walked by the jewelry isle. With 2 comments Another {DIY} Bracelet With 6 comments. 420316_315835158542775_1296480507_n.jpg (Imagem JPEG, 960x719 pixéis) - Dimensão/Escala (78. Make Your Own Braided Rug. Glossary. Sock Bunny. Unlike many sock toys that needs a pair of socks to sew, each sock bunny only needs one (1) sock to make. With a pair of socks you can make a pair of bunny couples. If you have a rather new sock that lost it’s partner, you can make a bunny with it instead of throwing it away.

You may use different sizes of socks to come out with various sizes of sock bunnies. The sock bunny can’t sit on its own, I pinned them down for photography purpose. [If you are interested on the felted carrot shown at the background, here is the tutorial to make it.] {Get full details on next page.} Pages: 1 2 Get all updates via email: Highlights from Our Partners.

DIY Christmas Star Ornament. Christmas is only a month away and people are getting anxious. Shops around the world are getting filled with all kind of toys and decorations. People also start to buy food to prepare the most delicious dinner in the whole year. Let’s put away hunger for now, and focus our attention on the Christmas decorations, because you can save a lot of money if you make them at home; and you will have fun as well, in the meantime. Try to make this simple and stylish Christmas star ornament. Some wool;a polystyrene tray (you can take one from the supermarket);toothpicks or wooden sticks;white glue;a star template previously drawn and cut out of a piece of paper; First, soak the string of wool in some glue mixed with water in equal parts. Don’t take much time for this process, because the glue will dry. As you can see, this technique can be used to make many types of Christmas decorations.

Source: decorareciclaimagina. DIY Christmas Star Ornament. Woven Finger-Knitting Hula-Hoop Rug DIY. Here we go! I’m so excited to kick off this series of finger-knitting projects. For the first project, B proffered his largest ball of finger-knitting for us all to try weaving a rug! This project is super-fun and easy to do. The rug was made on a hula hoop loom, using an old t-shirt for the warp and a massively huge ball of finger knitting for the weft.

My son’s ball started with four-finger finger-knitting(click here for a how-to) and switched mid-ball to single-finger finger-knitting. I have to say that although this project was easy for the kids to work on, I think the size of it was a bit overwhelming. My suggestion is to sit down and do a little bit of finger knitting, finish it off, ball it up and add it to a basket. I’ve been going nutty with finger-knitting. Here is the DIY for the hula hoop rug: Materials: A large ball of finger-knitting (or, this can be done in stages as you complete littler strands of finger-knitting) An old t-shirt (I used a women’s large) Scissors Voila!

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