Scrabble Tile Pendant Tutorial. I’m excited to share this tutorial for Scrabble Tile Pendants from Mark and Stefani at HomeStudio.
They’ve so graciously provided this how-to for making these lovely pendants to all of us crafters. These pendants are great for necklaces, charms, and gifts to give. To purchase these pendants with HomeStudio’s one of a kind designs, please visit their Etsy shop. Scrabble Tile Pendant Tutorial Supplies needed: · Paper · Scrabble Tiles · Scissors · Craft Glue · Metal File · Mod Podge · Small Paint Brushes · Utility Knife · Diamond Glaze · Super Glue · Small Aanraku Jewelry Bails in Silver Step 1: Choose your paper wisely! Step 2: Using a paint brush and your light box, “paint” a thin layer of glue (I use Tacky Glue) onto the back of your paper.
Step 3: After about 10-20 minutes your glue should be dry. Step 4: Gently file the edges of the paper to be smooth and flush with the side of the tile. Step 5: Now you need to seal the paper. Step 7: Now attach the silver bail. . © 2008, HomeStudio. Joyful Ruffle Neck Top – Tutorial. Last week I showed you the top I made for my MIL’s B-day, remember? Well today is My Mom’s B-day!
So Feliz Cumpleaños Mamá!! And as part of the celebration, I will show you how to make this top! Maybe it can be the Mom’s B-day Top!! The process is not very complicated and if you are making one for yourself I will describe the measurements I took, so you can adapt them to fit you. For the top I used some left overs I had of red polka-dot Chiffon, and I wear the top with something under it because the fabric is see trough, but you can make it with your choice of fabric, so you can wear it alone.
Top Front: The width for this piece is your bust, I added to my measurement 1 inch on each side for the folding, plus 1.5 inches on each side for comfort. DIY: Banana Republic Braided Neck Tee Shirt. You still have until tomorrow, July 22 to enter my first blogiversary giveaway!
Get your entries in! Have you guys heard of Pinterest? Pinterest is a virtual “pinboard” that allows you to visually bookmark images from all over the internet. You can sort your images onto separate pinboards to share them with friends and other pinners. It’s really fun and has been a great way for me to organize photos for fashion and home inspiration, as well as links to all the fabulous DIY tutorials I find and want to file away for a rainy day. A few weeks ago I came across this image on Pinterest: “Banana Republic Braided Top DIY” Image: jaynsarah.blogspot.com via Danielle on Pinterest I love adding new projects to my DIY pinboard so I followed the link, which led me to a blog post entitled “Banana Republic Braided Top DIY… but Fail.”
Quilting. This fun scrappy quilt is quick to put together and great for beginners.
Use lots of different colors to keep it bright and fun…or just a few colors to keep it calm and simple. Finished Size: 36" x 41" 1. You’ll need to cut 27 color strips 2" x width of the fabric (at least 36") and 2 white strips 1 1/2" x width of the fabric (at least 42"). 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Fast, fun, and CUTE! Large T-Shirt to Fitted Tee Tutorial. I have these two t-shirts that I love.
They're soft, comfortable, and have good worn (and sentimental) designs on them. But, I never wear them for anything other than around the house because they are large men's t-shirts and look completely shapeless on me. Then I found this great tutorial on YouTube for how to make a big t-shirt a fitted shirt! - T-Shirt Surgery: How to Make a Shirt Fit So, while I was staying with my mom at her camper this summer (she lives & travels in an RV), I asked her to help me try it out. First, a before & after look at the t-shirt we did. So, here's how it's done. Most Popular Repurposing Tricks of 2011. The best trick of all is repairing broken stuff.
You would be amazed that in this throw away age so many things can be repaired easily. Invest your money in quality tools, and you will find the tool pays for itself in the first few repairs you make with it. There are wonderful adhesives and tapes that people aren't aware of that work wonders. Take an hour and go to a home hardware store and really browse around to discover some of these wonders of the modern world. You can also look online at some great catalogs that sell woodworking supplies, and find a great assortment of fine tools that you can use to repair almost anything.