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Sarah Hearts - DIY Paper Plate Basket Tutorial

Sarah Hearts - DIY Paper Plate Basket Tutorial
Pin It! Update:: I made a video tutorial for this DIY. Check it out below! Last night I download the July issue of Martha Stewart Living on my iPad. I didn’t get too far into the issue as I skimmed it’s pages until I fell asleep. The following directions are based on the craft from Martha Stewart. I can’t wait to serve appetizers and desserts in these! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Related:  Papier emballages carton

Lucky Wishing Stars Tutorial You’ve probably seen these little puffy origami stars before. They are really quick to make, and you don’t need any special materials to make them. You can buy lucky star pre-cut strips from origami stores, but you can just as easily make your own from medium weight coloured paper, e.g. scrapbooking paper, or even strips cut from magazine pages – as the strips are so narrow, the original text or image won’t be obvious in the finished star. Anti-clockwise from top left: pre-cut strips, paper cutter, scrapbook paper, magazine page. Now on to the tutorial! To give you an idea of size, I’ve made stars in 3 different sizes to show you: blue stars (from pre-cut strips): 35cm x 1.25cmpink stars (from a magazine page): 30cm x 1cmgreen stars (scrapbook paper): 15cm x 0.6cm The finished star will be approx 1.5 x the width of your strip, so pick an appropriate size for the size of star you’d like to end up with. For the rest of this tutorial, I will be using a paper strip cut from a magazine page.

gathered clutch tutorial A huge thanks to Dana and Disney for doing such a great job of rounding up all sorts of wonderful mother's day projects! Materials needed: 1/4 yard each of three coordinating fabrics (you'll definitely have scraps leftover)8" zipper (you can always purchase a longer zipper and shorten it, just follow the directions on the packagescraps of medium weight fusible interfacingCutting the pieces: For the main exterior, cut two pieces, one 5.5" tall by 9" wide, and one 5.5" tall by 13" wide (this will be the gathered front) Pieces of medium weight fusible interfacing for exterior pieces of clutch: (2) 5.5" tall by 9" wide For the front band, cut one piece 4" tall by 9" wide. Seriously, the most time consuming part for me is always picking out my fabrics and cutting them, the rest goes together pretty easy, so let's go! Take the front band piece and fold it in half the long way (right sides together) and sew together using a 1/2" seam allowance. Grab the 13" wide main exterior piece.

Simple and cute Button bookmarks - {TUTORIAL} Simple and cute button bookmarks Thanks for stopping by! To get the newest posts subscribe or join us on facebook or pinterest. Today I have a fun, quick & EASY tutorial for you. I’ve been wanting to make some bookmarks for the whole “back to school” theme and I decided to make some button bookmarks with my large button stash. Button bookmarks Supplies: paperclipsfancy buttonshot gluefelt This tutorial really is so simple and easy enough to get the kids involved with (just make sure to assist with the gluing). Instructions: All you do is hot glue your paper clip to the back of your button and then cut a small piece of felt to go on top. There are so many fun buttons you can use to get creative. Hope you enjoyed this fun little tutorial. For more simple crafts check out: felt bow tutorial, handmade resin ring, bead board frame Thanks for reading. more by Jamielyn » Jamielyn Nye Lifestyle expert, Pinterest tastemaker and blogger at Join in!

Weave A Newspaper Basket Last night's project, a basket made from old newspaper. After seeing this post at CraftStylish, I was inspired to try one. Maybe I'll keep books and remote controls in it. 1. I cut the folded edge off a couple sections of newspaper and then cut those pages in half lengthwise. I used about 20 pages for this basket (about 40 strips). 2. 3. 4. 5. #2 Konfirmasjonskort og Tutorial Konfirmasjonskort med kredittkortløsning som pengelomme. Jeg har et metalletui til kredittkort og derfra har jeg hentet idéen til denne pengelommen. Du finner en trinn for trinn forklaring lenger ned på siden. Kortet ferdig pyntet. Motivet er printet ut fra PC. Søte små papirroser og den søte pyntekanten er stanset ut med Doily Lace fra Martha Stewart. Zoom... Innsiden med personlig hilsen sitat og pengelomme. Fra en annen vinkel for å vise pengelommen bedre. Rund kantene har jeg brukt Grunge Scroll og Ornamental Cirkle fra Grunge Collection. Baksiden med mitt personlige stempel. Trinn for trinn Jeg skal nå vise hvordan man lager kortet med pengelommen. Kutt kartong i str. 12x8 inch (del på 2,54 for å regne om til cm). Brettes slik. Merk av hvor lang du vil ha åpningen hvor pengene skal legges i. Bruk Word Window Punch (man kan selvsagt skjære ut med skalpell også). Bruk en sikelpunch for å lage tommelfinigergrep sånn at man lettere kan få ut pengene. Slik skal den bli. Klem fra Anita

Boot cuffs Grey Gray Marble by KittyDune DIY Paper Fruit Basket Yes, you may remember our Easter Basket post. It seemed to be a hit, so much so that we had to create a version two with a summer twist. This basket, again made from a recycled, upcycled paper grocery bag, is a bit taller and without the handle, but could be a template for many other versions. Though it is a natural fit for a fruit basket, this upcycled creation could be used in many ways; a gift basket of cookies, a flower basket, a basket to organize your desk. What a perfect use for your paper grocery bags! Lia Lia is a daily crafter, maker, designer and DIYer. 10 DIY tutorials for the most fashionable bracelets of the moment English I think you already know my endless love for DIY tutorials. If you follow me also in the IB Facebook page you see how often I share my favorite tutorials found around the web. I’ve put together 10 DIY projects with step by step instructions to create by yourself the most fashionable bracelets of the moment. Many of them are identical or very similar to some that are for sale in stores and from brands such as Miansai, and shown on fashion magazines or worn by VIPS (Les Mads). And the best part is that we are able to do all this by ourselves, with an amazingly low budget. Ready? The first bracelet, in the image above, comes from a tutorial by Natalia Rosin. Visit the link and look at all the pictures. These yellow wonders are upcycled at AtSecondStreet. And the bow bracelets! The first version in brown leather is from Oh The Lovely Things . In this tutorial by Martha Stewart you will see how. The friendship bracelets, a must. These amazing versions are by Honestly WTF. Another one!

Reclaim: Glass Jars The series is all about turning discarded old things into beautiful new things. It’s about making treasure from trash, reducing our waste and saving a little money along the way. Each episode features an everyday object and a variety of inspiring ways that object can be reclaimed. Today, glass jars! Use jars as vases. Turn jars into tiny terrariums . Use jars to store yarn. Pack your meals in jars , store your leftovers in jars and store your dry cooking ingredients in jars! Make these amazing animal jars . Turn jars into cute lampshades and lanterns. Use jars as drinking glasses. Store crafty bits and pieces and office supplies in jars. Use jars as little planters. Cover jars in pretty fabrics or crochet them little covers and decorate the lids with vintage transfers , a la Dottie Angel . Pop photos into jars to display them. Make a hole in a jar lid and add a pump to create a cute liquid soap dispenser. Bake portion sized cakes and puddings in small jars. About Katie

DIY Faux Curled Rosewood Wreath {Made From Rolled Recycled Book Pages} I have seen various versions of Faux Rosewood Wreaths in just about every store and catalog for the upcoming season; most with a price tag running upwards of $40 or more. Some are crafted of paper and other of real wood shavings. Last year I made a few rolled flower gift toppers from recycled book pages and they remind me so much of the curled wood roses I thought they would make a good substitute. {with a much lower price tag} Materials Needed:Foam Wreath FormRecycled Book PagesLots of Hot GlueRibbon to Hang The full step by step tutorial I posted last year can be found {here}.Basically you layer three book pages together and draw a spiral circle. Starting with the outside of the spiral, roll the paper inward to create the flower shape. Give the wreath form a light coat of white {or light color} spray paint to help camouflage any see-through spaces. It seriously takes quite a few roses to fill the entire wreath, however I think the finished project has such a unique look. {Simply Lovely}

tutorial I hope you all had a great Easter. This Easter I made a tutorial at my cabin and I will love to show off how I made it.... (so sorry for some bad pictures, it's taken by my Iphone ) You will need this tools to make this card: *Paper trimmer *Bone folder/score board * Scissors *Cardstock *Pattern paper *A motif or text *Glue and tape *Embellishment Start with the cardstock. Cut the cardstock at 6"x 11" (15,3 cm x 28 cm) and then score at 1" , 2.3/4", 3.3/4", 5.1/2", 7.1/4", 8.1/4 and 10" ( 2, 5 cm, 7 cm, 14 cm, 18,5 cm, 21 and 25,5 cm) Cut the pattern paper at 3/4" x 5.3/4 " (2 pieces) You will see at the pictures that I used four pieces, but you just need two pieces... (2 cm x 14,5 cm ) 1 1/2" x 5.3/4" (4 pieces) (4 cm x 14,5 cm) Distress all the edges and glue all pattern papers to the folded cardstock. On the middle 5.1/2 score line, make a mark at 1" and 5" Cut between 1" and 5" to make a slit for your tag. Now you have to start with you tag- the one who stands up when you opening the card. My card folded flat

Elisa Nest Tote This pretty tote bag was designed by Elisa, an Italian knitter and blogger who saw the Climbing Trellis Lace Pattern here on the Purl Bee. She calls it her "No More Plastic Bag, Thank You!" It is a fast knit that takes only a few hours to complete. Elisa's Nest Tote can be made from just about any cotton yarn (linen or hemp yarn work nicely, too). The stretchy lace stitch makes this bag practical and quite durable. We would choose this dainty and durable tote over a plastic bag any day! Elisa's Nest Tote measures about 8 inches wide and 12 inches long when empty. DOWNLOAD THIS FREE PATTERN! one skein or approximately 175-200 yards cotton yarn We used Rowan 4-ply Cotton in Tutti Frutti one pair straight needles a few sizes larger than recommended for your yarn We used US size 9 needles. double pointed needles in the size recommended for your yarn We used US size 3 needles. crochet hook in the size recommended for your yarn We used a 3.5mm hook. tapestry needle psso pass slipped stitch over 1. 2.