HOW TO TRANSFER A PHOTO TO WOOD. Rochester Boxed - Artists About Rochester – Little Button Craft. The Rochester Boxed series is a monthly box you can purchase to experience Rochester, NY's many talented artists.
For a flat fee of $25 you get a limited edition t-shirt and other goodies that are made ONLY for the Roc Box. Each month, we team up with artists to create something that celebrates their creativity. T-shirt designs will be released on the 20th of each month, which will start the round of sign ups for the next month's Roc Box. Pre-orders are limited to 50 sign ups, and will close on the last day of the month. Pre-ordering will ensure that you can get the t-shirt size that will fit you best. Boxes will be available for pick up on the 15th of each month, and can be shipped per request. Keep an eye on social media to hear announcements about the Roc Box, and check back here on the 20th to sign up for yours! Any questions can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org Past Rochester Boxed shirt designs: January 2017 February 2017.
How to Make a Yarn Ball Ornament: Two Methods! Tea Light Snowmen - Tea Light Ornaments. We've been busy finding you the best DIY ornaments to make this Christmas, and we think we just came across the most darling one of them all—tea light snowmen!
Courtesy of One Little Project Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Blogger Debbie Chapman of One Little Project created the too-cute craft after trying to figure out another use for the faux-flame candles taking up space on her mantel. Noticing that the "flame" resembled a snowman's carrot nose, she rounded up a few craft supplies, and—in a matter of minutes—the precious, pint-sized Frostys were born.
This delightful (see what we did there?) To make your own tea light snowman, head to Debbie's blog, One Little Project, for the list of supplies and full instructions. Follow Country Living on Pinterest. Create a gorgeous and durable rug crocheting with rope. One of the coolest parts about mastering crochet, is swapping out different types of materials to create your masterpieces.
Traditional crochet pieces are created from yarn. But, some crafty creators, like Mama in a Stitch have taken a twist on the art form by turning to less conventional materials, like rope. Other crochet fans turn to materials like embroidery thread, wire, grocery bags, t-shirts, para-cord and hemp. Choosing a different material is a great way to get creative, but it can also save you a bundle. Mama in a stitch crocheted this one-of-a-kind rug for about $16. You can personalize this project by heading to the local hardware store and grabbing different textures and colors of rope, like Aesthetic Outburst which opted for a bright pink cord. This project is perfect for beginners and experts. More experienced crochet artists can swap colors or change stitches for more intricate designs, like the one above from Craft Passion. Wonderful DIY Beautiful Teacup Bird feeder. Here are some great ideas for Teacup Bird feeder .They are easy to make and are great for getting those birds to your backyard so that you can enjoy them.
So don’t throw away your old cutlery and kitchen items. Use your old cup and saucer, or old sauce pan as bird feeder and amaze everyone with your sense of creativity. You and your kids will love these unique DIY about recycling ! Click here for instructions from ‘Intimate Weddings’ Click here for instructions from ‘Mommy Moment’ Click here for instructions from ” Gardenweb “ Click here for instructions from ‘Erin’s Creative Energy’ Upcycled mason jar with pretty glass knob tops » Lolly Jane. It’s been awhile since we made these pretty storage jars and we realized we never shared them on our own site, duh!
We did share a brief rundown when we shared some pretty bathroom storage tips last year but figured it was time to share a quick step by step how to fancy up your mason jars. We love these recycled food jars turned pretty storage jars with glass knob tops, great way to upcycle something that would have gone in the trash! This is a super easy project and we love the color combo! They coordinate with my personal decor style and especially that of my daughter’s room. I couldn’t be more pleased with how easy these knob jars turned out and guarantee you’ll love them just as much!
Paint jar lids assortment of paint colors, 2-3 light coats will cover them. Tip: Paint the sides first, then hold the lid with you thumb and index finger to keep your hands clean! When dry, seal with a foam brush.Drill into middle of jar lid with a metal drill bit. Screw knob into place.