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<img src="http://makezineblog.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/cz_craftvideo.gif" /> Make a silver Firefox pendant using some basic jewelry making tools and turn your favorite web browser into a fashion statement in this week’s CRAFT Video. To get the foxy template, check out Tobi Leingruber’s Foxbling on Thingiverse . Subscribe to the CRAFT Podcast in iTunes , download the m4v video directly, or watch it on YouTube .
I bought a couple packs of hex nuts from the hardware store, hoping to make some of those bracelets I saw on Honestly WTF. See the DIY on those bracelets HERE . Instead, I made a pendant out of the hex nuts.
I made these for party favors for my daughter’s birthday, but I’ve been wearing one of them around myself so I don’t think this is just a kids’ project. But it does involve shrinky dinks! If you haven’t worked with shrinkable plastic before, you can buy it online or at your local craft store. Supplies:
So now you have a silver skull, but it's too bright.... So get out your black paint and do the same as with the silver paint, get it into every crack, most importantly the eye sockets and the nostrils. Before it can dry though, take a small piece of paper towel and wipte it off.
Ichabod Crane's favorite toy. This is the popular Bird/Cage Optical Illusion, featured in Tim Burtons movie "Sleepy Hollow". Johnny Depp would twirl it constantly to concentrate and amuse others.
Good evening! My hex nut jewellery has been neglected in the past few days, even weeks, but now I got back to it. I decided to make a very basic geometric form:
Was it just me that as a kid thought that the Macbeth Witches speech went as follows: Hubble Bubble Toilet Trouble? what a dufus hey! Ok finally got round to posting this in time for you to make a cute mini spell book for Halloween. What you'll need: Small piece of scrap Leather, the more wrinkled and aged the better Small scrap of Cardboard (Hard back of a notebook would do fine) 1 piece of printer paper Scrap of decorative Paper 1 O Ring Gold Sharpie Pen (permanent marker) Scissors Hot Glue Gun Bull Dog clip/Bag clip Needle (to punch a hole) Yellow Pages (to lean on) 1. Take one piece of printer paper (A4 if you're in the UK) cut it into 1 inch slices along the width of the paper.
Yes, I have been making a lot of pendants lately. And this one makes me feel like a huge art nerd...I love it! I used that as my inspiration. But I actually put the colors in the correct order.
There's probably no better time than the holidays to try your hand at a little do it yourself gift making. Don't let dwindling finances stop you from showing a little extra love towards your friends. Here's a simple accessory tutorial that could be used in many ways, and in many colors to suit your needs. Supplies: