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I am thrilled to have Aly from Artisan des Arts return as a guest blogger this week! If you missed her previous post, you can find it here . Time: 30 minutes Materials: photo of yourself, shrinky dink paper, thin black sharpie, colored sharpies
Here's a quick and easy Halloween project: votive candle holders with packing tape transferred images. You'll need clear packing tape and access to a laser printer to make these.
Yesterday, I shared my latest mini album , and how it is made from a single sheet of 12"x12" scrapbooking paper (cardstock). So for today - a step-by-step of how to make your own :) I'm thinking these would be great gifts. Simple to make (all you really need is a sheet of 12"x12" paper, scissors, a ruler, and adhesive), but very thoughtful and personal :) Fill them with pictures, notes, journaling, or Scripture.
Yay! We did it! Mini-mini-me managed to stay healthy this time around and the cake-decorating party (finally) went off without a hitch!
Wednesday's Wowzers is a little late today, but I have a surprise for you: As I was blog surfing this week, I noticed a common theme: Fl owers!
5 Pints ( 10 cups) Cold Water Shallow Baking Pan Oil Paints Turpentine Brown Wrapping paper or Paper Bags or A4 paper You can use this paper to decorate notebooks, cover canisters or for making Gift cards and matching gift wrap. Place water into shallow pan.
Today's guest blogger is Kate from Mini-eco and she is sharing a life-size paper skeleton to go with one of her favorite books, Funnybones !
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Arts and Crafts defines a huge range of skill sets - painting, sewing, soldering, cutting, glueing, moldmaking, soaps and candles, cozies and plushies - it's a nearly endless list. And as the instructables community exemplifies creativity and craft, creating this guide was no small feat!
Normal playdough recipe is quite smooth and malleable. However with this sticky playdough recipe, what makes it great for casting is that it is so soft and will enventually dry rock hard. Instead of a ratio of 1:1 flour and water mix, I add half a cup of extra water.
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I used scrounged materials I had lying around, a particle board 19 inch round piece from a garage sale table, the field tiles, of course, and some left over adhesive, some grout, etc.
Okay, you'll need a bunch of ties. Mine are all paisleys. A lot of lining fabric - mine is black velveteen. One 18mm magnetic snap Heavyweight stabilizer Large graph paper (or newspaper) for pattern Basic sewing supplies Let's start with the gusset/handle: you'll need four ties: