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Hey all, I just wanted to show you my favorite deco den blogs. I bookmarked a lot of blogs over the year. Yet, there are a few that I love to look at for inspiration, ideas, and just to lift my mood. All three sites are in Japanese but have pictures and crafts that are just to die for! The colors and materials they use is nothing short of amazing and I would love to be as good as them one day!
Alright, so you won't die from reading this tutorial, but I know I sure hurt after making it! My neck as a crick in it after all those photos and editing/resizing them all. >.< gah! Anywho, when I did my intro post, a couple of people asked me to do a tutorial for my sweets deco stuff, so here it is!!! Paper Clay Set up your workspace.
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*Because of the popularity of this recipe on pinterest, I am getting many, many questions that are more suited for an expert. This is a raw food site, this was my first attempt at body butter, it worked better than I could have hoped for and if you make this recipe as stated, it will work great for you too!! I am sorry but I can’t answer the technical questions. Cheers!* I made my first batch of body butter today.
I used to think that a gathered skirt was the easiest skirt to sew. But I may have changed my tune. A circle skirt is possibly even easier!
Here’s how: Select two complementary felt colors. Using an iron on medium heat, adhere freezer paper waxy-side down to both pieces of felt. Trace pine cone “petal” template onto the paper and cut out shapes. Peel off freezer paper. Make a hole in the center of each petal with sharp scissors.
We’re nuts for nuts. Is there a more versatile and inexpensive DIY component than a hex nut from the hardware store? You can imagine our excitement when we first discovered Philip Crangi’s Giles & Brother Hex Collection .
Some say that the comeback of the flare & wide leg denim trend marks the death of the skinny jean. Although I’m not ready to retire all of my skinnies just yet, I’m more than happy to lend a couple of pairs for the sake of an HonestlyWTF DIY. With denim scrap I saved when making some denim cut-offs last summer, we’ll show you how to upcycle a pair of skinny jeans into a pair of bell bottoms! Start by opening up the outer seams of each leg with the seam ripper. Stop at around 18 inches or right below the knee.
If you don’t absolutely love pom poms or haven’t ever considered making them yourself, perhaps we can sway you after this week’s DIY. We adore pom poms and were beyond excited to discover the Clover Pom Pom Maker , which allows you to crank out pom poms of all sizes and 10 times faster than the conventional method. You will need a few skeins of yarn, a Clover Pom Pom Maker and a pair of scissors.
By Kate on November 19, 2011 T his has got to be one of my favourite projects to date…which is a good job because I nearly broke my brain putting the templates together!! I’m not so good at maths and figuring out angles (my lovely Mum is a retired maths teacher so I should know better!).