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If you don’t already know, we’re huge fans of découpage and vintage botanical prints over at HonestlyWTF. So when I came across the idea to combine two of our favorite things into a spring-themed project, I was instantly inspired. Découpaging eggs is an easy and impressive way to dress up your next Sunday brunch. And although you can easily apply this technique to chicken eggs, I encourage you to go big with spectacular ostrich eggs! You’ll need: ostritch , emu or chicken eggshells color copies of vintage botanical prints or printed sheet paper egg stand or candle holder sharp scissors matte Mod Podge flat brush
Para estas coloridas pulseras he usado rafia como material y el disco de kumihimo para tejer el cordón. Estoy enganchada a esta técnica, es sencilla, relajante y permite variedad de trenzados usando diferentes patrones. Estas pulseras son muy similares a las que hice el verano pasado, pero con dos vueltas y utilizando dos colores de rafia, podéis verlas aquí . Como materiales he usado: . 2 tiras de rafia de un metro y 75 cm en un color
Start with a square of paper /// Börja med en fyrkant Fold it from one corner to the other /// Vik från ett hörn till det andra Unfold and fold it the other way. From corner to corner /// Vik upp den och vik från det andra hållet. Hörn till hörn.
No doubt you’ll have heard of the term Cinemagraph since it exploded onto the Internets. Originally coined by Photographers Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck, a cinemagraph is a clever revival of the classic animated GIF. It combines features of video and photography to create a the illusion of a still image but with cool motion effects. Let’s take a look at how to create your own animated GIF cinemagraph by playing around with Photoshop’s animation tools. Some of the best cinemagraph examples can be found on the creators’ own website . Their original cinemagraphs from New York Fashion Week capture moments just like an ordinary photograph, but also preserve that living moment in time to re-experience endlessly.
We’re serving up a double dose of crafty goodness this week with another amazing craft tutorial from Eva Monleón. Here’s a fun craft tutorial inspired by vintage string holders. I love those cute pottery heads with strings coming out of their mouths like they’re eating spaghetti.
This quick project is also inspired by Pottery Barn’s fall catalog.
Let me first start by saying that this may be one of my all-time favorite DIYs EVER... and I think my best DIYs come from pure necessity and/or a real desire to have something fabulous that I can't find elsewhere.
first image production of 'urban pouf,' a part of 'the knitting craftsman' collection by jan rose
Celine is one of my favorite minimalistic brands. Celine's Luggage and Trapeze bags have been on the arm of every it girl in fashion.
¡ Buenos días ! ¿Cómo va el final de julio?
I do hope that this goes here... I didn't really make shoes, per say... I just made a accessory for the shoes? Please let me know if this needs to be moved.
Posted by Rebecca D. Dillon | | Ever wondered how to make old fashioned lye soap - also known as cold process soap - the way your grandmother or great grandmother used to make?