Talking Cats Play Pattycake. How to Tie the Celtic Tree of Life Knot by TIAT. Make Photo Necklaces, Earrings, Magnets and More Using Shrinkable Plastic. Seems like everything keeps getting smaller these days: computers, dogs, headphones… And now even photographs are joining in the smallness, thanks to the magic of biaxially oriented thermoplastic polystyrene (that’s Shrinky Dinks to you).
You can print photos on plastic using your inkjet printer, and shrink them down small enough to make into necklaces, fridge magnets, earrings, or practically anything you can think of. See? Just like that, the world is your bivalve mollusc of the family Ostreidae! * How to Turn Photo Shrinky Dinks Into Wonderful Things Photo credits: city: Christopher & AmyCate, giraffe: milkfat, tree: left-hand, bird: lucianvenutian What You’ll Need Inkjet-printable shrink plastic (clear or white)– Michael’s and Pearl usually have it Oven or toaster oven Cookie sheet Parchment paper — check the grocery store next to the plastic wrap and tinfoil Scissors and/or X-acto knife Hole punch (optional) Choose Your Photos Print on Plastic Don’t Make Me Cut You Preheat the Oven More Ideas.
OMG! What gift can you take?! You scrabble around the cupboards trying to find a box of chocolates or a bottle of wine but find that most of the chocolates have been eaten and the wine has gone. I thought this was a wonderful idea. You could make a few of these and keep them to one side for just such an occasion. Supplies: Patterned paper-one 12 x 12" sheet. These directions will give you one flower. 1. 4. 5. Tip: For single sided paper. 6. Note: Florist tape is stretchy, just play with it and pull gently but firmly as you move down the stem. 7.
Note, you will have to play around with the height of the petals, and where on the petal you start your tape. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. For tutorials on how to market yourself online, go here. Free Halloween Pumpkin Carving Patterns, Templates and Stencils and Photo Gallery of Carved Pumpkins. Stuffed felt monsters - tutorial.
Xhezachanx: So tired! ~Tacgnol Scarf~ All this week I've been doing nothing but sewing for the opening of my shop tomorrow.
I have a feeling I won't have time to make my soot sprites as planned, but that's ok if they are a day or two late! I'm damned exhausted cranking out over 8 scarves this week. I still have 3 to finish (paw detail, sewing up openings, painting...) and only today to finish it in. I've been working on these suckers from noon till 2am. My arms feel like they are going to fall off! Here's what the Tacgnol scarves look like: And I'm absolutely happy with how my tags turned out: Longcat and Tacgnol scarves go on sale tomorrow on Etsy. Tonight I am working on super corny Halloween costumes with Claire. Free Amigurumi crochet patterns.
Judah Method - Bleaching Experemnet on the Behance Network. Quickie, How-to Stencil a T-Shirt, Threadbanger.