I guess i have this tree for all the cool stuff you find on the internet that you can make yourself. I luv projects to do at home im all for homemade products and caft projects :)
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Do-it-yourself is a popular topic online: there are hundreds of tutorials and how-tos. But most of them are too hard to replicate and require too much time, effort and skill. This collection shares 10 cool things you can do at home with no more than 5 minutes spent: great ideas for DIY gifts and fun gadgets. Enjoy!
For the purpose of this article I have used 1mm wire in 6&3mm ID (5&3mm ID works well too). To make an Aura unit you will need 7 large rings closed and 12 small rings open. Next join 3 pairs of large rings with 3 pairs of small rings to 1 large ring. Fold over 1 pair of large rings and add 2 small rings like this. Do this 3 times so that you have this. This is an Aura unit, you can have 2 or 1 ring at the bottom, this is a unit with 1.
Your guide to all things Harry Potter Want to make some great Harry Potter gear for the opening night of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows? We can help! It should come as no surprise that many Instructables authors are also Harry Potter fans and have created some fantastic Harry Potter-themed Instructables. We collected them together in one page so that you can easily dig through them all. After seeing the latest movie and trying out a couple of these Instructables, you'll all be inspired to make another round of awesome themed projects!
I made this fork bow tutorial for you. It's very easy and makes cute little bows that can be tied to favors, small earring boxes, homemade Christmas ornaments and more! I used an old, big serving fork to demonstrate, but you can use a regular size fork or dowels glued on a wooden base. Picture 1 Below: All you need is some kind of 4 pronged fork, ribbon and a pair of scissors. Picture 2 Below: First off, start by weaving the ribbon in and out of the fork. Leave a little extra ribbon on the left and just let it lie there.
Personalize glassware with etched designs for a distinctive Mother's Day gift. Tools and Materials Contact paper (adhesive vinyl shelf liner) Printer paper Tape Deep edge punch Glass vessel with straight sides, such as a decanter Bone folder Armour Etch glass-etching cream Paintbrush Sponge Etching Glass How-To 1.
DIY Advent 17: Beautiful Recycling - Barcelets from Plastic Bottles DIY - Outfits, Shoes & Accessories Dana's Fashion Blog - StumbleUponBearing in mind that we should take a day at least 3 liters of fluid to us, a single human requires whole 730 1.5 liter bottles of water per year. The plastic bottles end up in the waste container and get melted under an enormous environmental impact, only to get very poor quality plastic. But with a little imagination you could tinker around 3,650 bracelets (5 pieces per bottle!)
Due to popular demand, I am doing a tutorial on the Magic Boxes I showed off in some previous posts. To begin, choose your paper. You need six sheets of matching paper (preferably a heavier weight). Choose one for your outside, budgeting for a contrasting one for your lid, and 4 to create the inside boxes. Cut as follows (all measurement are in inches): Outside: 6 x 11 3/4ths
Growing up in my house, we always made our own holiday gifts. We were pretty poor, and I suppose it was our only option. But it was never presented to me like that (I didn’t even know what ‘poor’ was, really, and I had a stupendously fabulous childhood full of ‘thing finding’ and ‘government cheese’. But that’s another story.) It was all about crafting our caring into something unique, something personal.
We all know with craft blogs that original ideas are often hard to come by, we find ideas we love and make them our own but we didn't come up with the idea ourselves. I feel like I've finally done something original here and I'm excited about it. I'll show you the finished product and then explain. Behold my Make-up Magnet Board . I have a friend who is beautiful and stylish and has always loved make-up but recently took a course that intensified her love.
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This Thanksgiving I'm going to focus on the Indians whose help enabled the Pilgrims to survive. A dream catcher is the perfect Native American craft. I looked on YouTube and found several video tutorials but was a bit surprised to find that the materials to make one were more expensive than I had thought (about $35) so I looked around for some substitutions. I had a scrap piece of leather that I cut into 1/4" strips. Using Shoe Goop, I glued the strips together and clamped them with clips.
English I love to carve stamps! is one of my favorite crafts. I love the endless posibilities it offers and the wonderful results I get. A single stamp can be used for so many things, and I keep discovering more and more uses..Its wonderful to customize your things and really make them unique.
Finding the right glue for the job isn't always an easy task and if you get it wrong, your DIY project will fall apart before you even get started. Thankfully, DIY blog Design*Sponge has put together a chart describing which glue is best to use and when. The chart walks you through what type of glue works on a range of materials. Epoxy, for instance, doesn't do so well on styrofoam, but it does wonders for organic materials. In addition to the chart Design*Sponge outlines pretty much everything else there is to know about glue.