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I love making Granny Squares. There's just something about creating little stacks of them that is hugely satisfying. They are versatile, and easy for beginners to learn because the basic stitches and method of working "in the round" are simple to get to grips with.
Il y a des jours où je n’arrive vraiment pas à trouver l’inspiration pour vous écrire quelques lignes avant de vous mettre des photos. J’essaie d’être polie et de ne pas vous balancer des photos comme ça sans crier gare, sans même vous souhaiter le bonjour ou vous parler un peu de la pluie et du beau temps. Et bien là, c’est un jour comme ça. Je ne sais pas trop quoi vous dire sur ce mobile à part que ça me frustre de ne pas avoir d’enfants pour leur accrocher ces petits mobiles au-dessus de leur lit ! En attendant, c’est souvent les copines qui en profitent, même si ce sont des grandes filles maintenant.
I made these, because..... I saw these and fell in love, and thought,
Mitsy from Artmind has a little tutorial she's offered to post here for us today. A fun Sunday detour. Check below for a link to her blog as she'll be giving away some of them from there. A while ago, I received this awesome leather punch set from EviesToolEmporium as part of the Totally Tutorials Exchange program and I could hardly wait to make something with my new toys!
We're taking a long weekend off here for the Easter break (we're working on a new website with hopes of getting a bit more done with the extra day tucked in there). So we're bidding you farewell early with a few links and this cute little picture tutorial ( see more below ) sent to our e-mail from the folks at Present&Correct . Happy wishes for your Easter and Passover break.
My new friend, Heika DeHart, shared these images of her daughter Aspen’s adorable bedroom. Nearly every decoration in the room was created from scratch by Heika herself. My favorite project is the stunning dresser. I loved the result so much, I asked her to share her instructions. She tells how she made her own stencils, how she cut silhouettes of her daughter, and more. Thanks, Heika!
This could also have been called "Not Your Mother's Easter Eggs." Nothing against YOUR mom, of course. You know what I mean. I was in the grocery store and saw Family Fun magazine's Easy Crafts for Kids. I thumbed through it for a minute and saw that they had a little section on different ways to decorate Easter eggs with your kids.
No you aren't seeing things this is a repost of my fabric carrots from last year . I lot of blogs have added my carrots to their listings and included a link directly to me , thankyou !
Oh, how I love a DIY that a) is inexpensive, b) takes almost no time and c) yields great results. When I came across this bottle makeover idea at Poppytalk , it not only fit my criteria, but almost felt a bit like cheating. How could something so easy look so great? And where do I find such fantastic bottles?
My parents recently purchased a new place and while they were really happy that the home had an updated kitchen, they didn't love the accent tile that had been installed in the backsplash. Because it was practically brand new they weren't interested in ripping it out, so instead we came up with a clever way to disguise it. Using vinyl that is usually used for wall art purchased from a friend of mine who makes signs, we were able to cover up the unattractive tile and make the kitchen look more streamlined and modern. Here are the simple steps:
with the crazy heat wave we’re having in san francisco this week, all we can think about is spending as much time as possible outside. and since balmy evenings especially are a rarity in sf, we plan to take advantage of the warm weather and prepare a few dinners to eat up on the roof in the upcoming days. these paper lanterns are a snap to make, and will add a nice festive glow to our outdoor picnic table. click here for the full project or just click “read more” below. have fun! derek & lauren here’s what you’ll need: -cylindrical glasses or vases -colored cardstock -colored tissue paper -ruler -pencil -scissors -double-sided tape -tea light or votive candle 1. measure the height and circumference of your glass and cut a piece of tissue paper that is the same height and 1/4″ wider than your measurement. 2. put a strip of double-sided tape down the length of your glass and wrap the tissue paper around, securing both ends onto the tape.
It’s back-to-school time, and it’s hard not to have school supplies on the brain even if school days are nowhere in sight for some of us! Inspired by the good old-fashioned pencil case, I thought it would be fun to sew a lined, zippered pouch that you can use for pencils, makeup, electronics or anything else you need to organize and tuck away. The great thing about this bag is that once you understand the basic construction, you can easily make it any size you like. Try a short, long version with a wide base for knitting needles, or a flat bag for electronic cords. You can use oilcloth for the lining to create a waterproof makeup bag, or try stitching a label to the outside to indicate what’s hiding inside.
Today’s projects are ones that use up old bits of paper scraps I can’t bear to throw away. I save these pieces of paper (gift wrap, envelope liners, art papers, origami papers, etc.) and then wonder what can I do with them? I have covered pencils and jar lids to brighten them up a bit here. The jars are ones I have salvaged from the recycling bin and the pencils are just plain ones you can buy at a dollar store. The pencils would make a lovely gift especially if given in a matching box or pencil bag. The jars are great for organizing or gift packaging.
the bbbcraft sisters love parties! and what’s more important at a party than lighting? with a couple of photographers in our family, we have always had to focus on both indoor and outdoor lighting at parties, making it soft and cozy and above all, inviting. nothing captures this more than a little bit of diffused candle light. we wanted to create an inexpensive way of creating our own indoor and outdoor lighting and came up with these paper bag lanterns. - bbb craft sisters