VOW — In lieu of mother’s day and because my mom is the... Sculptural braided extension cords. I’m constantly getting into silly arguments with my partner about my DIY projects. Whenever I turn to him for advice, ever the left-brainer, he gives me the practical answer, which I hate. Shouldn’t you be able to carry it this way? Wouldn’t this shape make it sturdier?
What’s this extra piece for? Excellent questions, all. I’m realizing that on the art/design spectrum, I fall much closer to the former than I thought. I’ve prefaced this particular project with the above disclaimer because I want everyone to know that this project is not practical. Is this project practical? Read the full how-to after the jump! Materials 3 extension cords (all the same length, 6′ or longer is better)scissorsmasking tape3 skeins of thick/bulky weight yarn3 plastic cord tubes (these can be found at IKEA or most hardware stores in the electrical section) Instructions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. You’re done! Vitamini handmade: DIY Neon Wrapped Lamp Cord. I ordered a simple clip lamp from Amazon to help illuminate my work area. I loved its industrial look, but wasn't thrilled with the ugly brown cord. And since I planned on clipping it to a shelf, I knew the cord would be visible at all times.
I decided on a simple fix. A wrap! Clip Lamp. To begin, tie a square knot at the top of the cord near the fixture leaving a tail of a couple of inches. Wrap the string around the cord 5 or 6 times somewhat loosely. The wrapping takes a while: I did mine over the course of a week or so in the evenings while I watched movies or caught up on tv shows. VOW — In lieu of mother’s day and because my mom is the... 50 Amazing Life Lessons Everyone Needs. These Will Change Your Life. | Viral Blasts.
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If you have a microwave, a sharp knife, a plate, a bowl, a few potatoes, oil, and some salt, you are about 10 minutes from plastic-free, home-made potato chips. You’ll never need to buy single-use plastic-packaged store-bought chips again. But before you read on, ask yourself if you truly want to know how to do this. You will not be able to unlearn this. Are you ready? DIY Plastic-Free Potato Chips Ingredients You will need: Potatoes – I use my home-grown spuds of unknown variety; experiment to find your favoriteOil – I use grapeseed oil, Peter recommends olive oilSaltA sharp knife (or a mandoline, if you have one)A bowlA microwave-safe plateAn oven mittA microwaveA tiny bit of patience Here’s how to make your own potato chips. Slice your potatoes. Loosen Stuck Chips with a Sharp Knife TipSprinkle the hot chips with salt and other seasonings as desired.Eat.Repeat.Blame my friend Peter. Strawberry Vodka and Strawberry Vodka Lemonade. It's so easy to capture a boozy taste of Summer by making your own flavored vodkas.
I used the first strawberries of spring on this round and next I'll make cherry and then raspberry vodkas. Here's how: Fill a quart jar (make 2 jars like I did if you want to end up with a quart of strawberry vodka) with 2 cups of average quality vodka. No need to go top shelf here. Next, put enough clean, hulled strawberries in the jar to reach the top. Screw on the lid, shake a few times and let sit in a cool spot for at least 2 weeks - up to a month. When it's time, and believe me it''s hard to wait even two weeks so it will surprise me if you wait a whole month, strain the liquid into a bowl or jar and squeeze out the strawberries, extracting all the flavor and juice that they have soaked up.
I poured the mixture back into one of the quart jars and sealed it up for special Father's Day libations...but not before I made a little test batch of the Strawberry Vodka Lemonade pictures up top...Slurp! Packaging Templates. Tutorial: Estojinho de maçã pet. Turma BoniFrati em: A maçã do conhecimento (Historinha com Tutorial!) Arlequim: E então, a árvore do conhecimento era carregada de maçãs,vermelhinhas e verdinhas! Menino: Puxa vida, isto me trouxe uma ideia genial! Tutorial Estojinho de maçã com garrafa pet ♥ 1- Primeiro, corte o fundo de duas garrafas pet ♥ 2 - Pinte com tinta para plástico se quiser ♥ 3 - Cole em volta um zíper com cola quente ♥ 4 - Para finalizar, cole um cabinho e uma folhinha de tecido ou feltro. Está pronta a maçã do conhecimento! Beijos de maçã BoniFrati! Veja + Outros Tutoriais escolares!
Copie e espalhe este post por aí! Bridget Hair Tutorial. Of course I'm speaking of Miss Bardot. This hair style is a fun mix of retro sexy, messy, and structured all at the same time. Not only that, it's great for days you roll out of bed and want to look great without a ton of work. It's supposed to be tousled and fun. What you'll need:haircombhair pinshair sprayclip (optional)curling iron (optional) Part your hair slightly more towards the middle than you're used to (I look funny all the way in the middle).Draw a 2" band of hair forward (this will be the hair that gets swept back over your do. Pull it forward and over so you can see. Makeup worn: Bobbi Brown everything except for the MAC lips (Matte Honeylove) and lashes (half falsies). Tomorrow's post: Homemade Pretzels.
DIY String Bracelets with Wire Shapes. Honey Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe. Create: Urban Outfitters Inspired Dreamlight Tutorial. *I was given supplies to complete this mason jar craft from Consumer Crafts, but the idea and all opinions are 100% my own. Consumer Crafts gave me a challenge to create something fun with mason jars. I'm sure you've seen about fifty billion mason jar crafts on Pinterest alone, so I wanted to try and think outside the box. I'm also all about taking something you would find in stores and figuring out a way to make it yourself. Two reasons:I am a frugal son of a gun and like to save money any chance I getHello, bragging rights? "Did you make that? " I felt like this was a great opportunity to combine my frugality and also create something useful that I hadn't seen a tutorial for online. Obviously, start with a mason jar. I wanted to make two different versions to see which turned out better. Here are the jars after one thick coat of the glitter/Mod Podge solution (still wet).
These are the jars after two coats of the solution and totally dry. Here are the Dreamlights in the day time. How To Create The Perfect Smokey Eye. Beauty-recipes-Treat-Your-Feet-framed+copy.jpg (JPEG Image, 525 × 604 pixels) - Scaled (81. Craft, DIY, Art, and Beauty: DIY Sea Salt Spray. I have never used sea salt spray on my naturally lightly wavy hair in the past, so I'll have to go on Cara's word over at Maskcara on how amazing it is. She has a stunning beauty blog (her eye makeup tutorials are the bomb). Recently she posted a recipe for said sea salt spray, so I had to make it and try it out for myself.
Good golly! I love it! Here's Cara's recipe: 1 Cup WARM water 3 Tablespoons Sea Salt 1 Tablespoon Gel or Spray Gel 1/2 Tablespoon Conditioner (or leave-in) A couple of sprites of your favorite perfume You'll also need an empty spray bottle, save and reuse one you already have! Mix the warm water and salt first and shake well (until all the salt crystals are dissolved). I (for some unknown chemical reason) had chunks in mine no matter how much a stirred it, so I ran it through a cheese cloth to strain it before putting it in my spray bottle. I blow dried my hair like normal, but just used my hands on the ends to keep from straightening it. Tomorrow's post: Outfit. Light Bulb Vase – DIY Home Décor. This week we’re sharing some of the blog’s greatest hits!
These are some of our most loved posts by you, our amazing readers. Don’t throw away those old light bulbs just yet! I have a fun, easy DIY for you that will brighten up your home decor or workspace :) This DIY is very simple, but it requires working with glass so you definitely need to be careful! What you need: A light bulb (any shape or size will work!) , pliers and gardening wire. Step One: First you need to remove the little silver layer on the bottom of the light bulb.
Step Two: Now you have to remove the black cap from the bottom of the light bulb. Step Three: Once the black glass was removed it was really easy to get the little glass tube and wiring on the inside of the bulb out – I simply tapped it with the pliers and it broke right off. And now you have your empty lightbulb! Step Four: Add flowers and water, and hang with the gardening wire!
Now I want to make more! Follow FP Julia on twitter. Trending on FP.com: DIY Face Scrub. A Simple iPhone Slip Case Pattern. Our simple kindle fire slip case tutorial inspired a great many comments and pins remarking that it would be easily modified to an iPhone case. I figured, why not? Let’s modify the pattern and slip a boxy iPhone inside.
If you want someone else (me!) To do all the measuring and conversions for you, you may purchase and download the pattern at Craftsy. This slip case features a button strap closure and has a front slip pocket for headphones and is just the right size for a few business cards or photo id. An optional D-ring tab allows your keys to tag-a-long. The construction is described in 12 easy-to-follow photo illustrated steps. Materials: Pattern and Instructions (available for immediate download at Craftsy for a mere $5)D-RingButton (ours is 5/8″)Fray Check (optional)Flannel for lining (a large scrap about 6 x 9 inches)Large scraps of medium weight fabricMisc. Finished Dimensions: 5” tall x 3 3/8” wide x 1/2” deep Fabric Credits: Share/Bookmark.
Lunchbox Container from a Milk Jug. Say goodbye to the brown sack lunchbox! A few months ago, AllYou Magazine came to me with a craft challenge and I'm excited to finally share it with all of you! My project is featured in this month's issue as part of their "Take This, Make That" craft challenge. Please VOTE for my DIY lunchbox right here! A milk jug makes a great lunch box, because not only is it food-safe, but it is the perfect size to keep your sandwiches from getting squished!
Plus it will cost you about $1 to make! Now, the kids have another reason to finish their milk! Materials: • Empty milk jug• Sharpie or marker• Scissors• Button• Threading needle•Embroidery floss• Elastic hairband• Decorative Cover (optional): Decorative scrapbook paper, Mod Podge, Brush Steps:• Rinse out the milk jug and peel off the label. Lunchbox Container from a Milk Jug.