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Pysseldrömmar Nintendo Perler Bead Coaster Set Hey everyone! I thought I would share these awesome coasters with you guys, even though I didn't make them. My boyfriend made these coasters and the box for his brother's birthday. He made them out of perler beads and it took him FOREVER to come up with the designs for all of the coasters. He got the idea for the box from a post I showed him on Craftster, (I think! A view of the box and all of the coasters: And a closeup of how the coasters sit in the box: There is corkboard on the bottom of all of these to make them waterproof. He also wants to say that it took 8,414 beads to do this. ♡ Skoltips | Tanjas mammablogg Skoltips Våren 2015 1. Temafåglar Klicka på bilden för att komma till förklaring. Fågel av barnens fot. Fågelbo av papperstallrik. Här kommer den sista delen för min inspirationsinlägg till julen =) om det ska vara juldisco eller etc, här är en rolig idé att sätta på klubbor. Julgranskula, ett lock från en burk, en teckning som man ritat och klistrat in i locket. Till bilden när man ska använda olika verktyg, så brukar man ju bland annat introducera potatisstämpel. så här kan man göra superfina julkulor på teckning. En favorit som jag hittade för ett tag sedan. Ytterligare en julgransornament av tops. För de äldre barnen kan man använda sig sockerbitar, då kan man få in tekniken väldigt bra lagom till jul också. HÄR finns en sida med ytterligare 25 stycken julpyssel till barn. Juleljus av fingeravtryck. Här finns ännu fler pyssel man kan göra med hjälp av fingeravtryck Söta bokmärken med jultema hittar ni nedanför Här hittar ni lite worksheets. Fina skrivramar hittar ni HÄR HÄR finns en av dem.

This to That (Glue Advice) For the strongest bond we recommend: LePage's Metal EpoxyJ-B WeldFaststeel Epoxy Putty if you have gaps to fill For a less toxic alternative we recommend: Hot Glue Remember, put the glue on the metal first, then contact it to the styrofoam! Whenever you are gluing metal it's a good idea to clean it first with steel wool or sandpaper. Styrofoam is a plastic that has been whipped up like a milkshake and then cured that way. Never use an adhesive that contains a solvent.

.facebook 1414521327157 Magnetic Katamari Pattern « Amy’s Babies By Amy Shimel About the Magnets This pattern has been a long time comming. I was trying to figure out how to explain all the testing I went through with all the different types of magnets. In an atempt to lower the cost of making these Katamari, I tested just about every type of 3/4″ round magnets that are available in the craft shops and discount stores. I found there were two types of magnets out there. 50 in a package for $5 sounds like a great deal, but the magnets are not strong enough to pick stuff up through the yarn. The Other Supplies Besides 3.5 packs of magnets, you will also need: Brightly colored yarn (a main body color, a center color and a band color) Caron Simply Soft Brites works fantasticaly for this patternCrochet hooks in size E and GA tapestry needlepoly-fill for stuffing Let’s Go! This is a super easy and quick pattern. You will start with the E hook and your main body color. The ball will be worked in two halves and then sewn together and stuffed. Like this:

Ugglor av papptallrikar Ännu en sak man kan pyssla av papptallrikar - ugglor! Vik in sidorna på en papptallrik. Vik sedan ner den övre delen en bit. Det är inte så noga hur mycket - variation är bara trevligt! Sen är det dags att måla ugglorna. Börja med magen. Vänd sedan på tallriken och måla vingarna och huvudet från baksidan. Låt ugglan torka. Passa på att klippa ut följande ur en annan tallrik eller vitt ritpapper: Två ögon - rita pupiller och kanter med svart penna.En näbb - målaTvå fötter - måla och rita ev klor. När allt är torrt limmar du ihop delarna:Vingarna mot magenHuvudet mot vingarnaÖgonen och näbben på huvudetFötterna längst ner

How to Turn a Pallet into a Garden Good news and bad news. I had planned to film a short video showing you how to make a pallet garden, but the weather didn’t cooperate. I was stapling the landscape fabric onto the pallet when it started drizzling and got really windy. That’s the bad news. But I know I promised a tutorial today, so I took photos and have kept my word to share how to make the pallet garden. So keep reading my pallet loving friends, instructions on how to make your own pallet garden are just a few lines away… Find a Pallet The first thing you need to do is–obviously–find a pallet. Don’t just take the first pallet you find. Collect Your Supplies For this project, you’ll need the pallet you found, 2 large bags of potting soil, 16 six packs of annual flowers (one six pack per opening on the face of the pallet, and two six packs per opening on the top of the completed pallet garden), a small roll of landscape fabric, a staple gun, staples, and sand paper. Get Your Pallet into Shape Let the Stapling Begin!

Paper Toys: Flextangles Today’s paper toys, Flextangles, are the fourth project in our collaborative series STEAM POWER: Empowering kids to explore the world through creative projects. Today’s topic is COMPUTE! Since I recently answered this question wrong, I decided it might be good idea for me to limit my math based project to something I’m good at: geometry. I’ve been itching to try making a flexagon ever since my friend Erica mentioned them, so I decided it was high time we made one. See our complete PAPER TOYS PLAY PACK here This post contains affiliate links to products I love and recommend to my readers. Materials Cardstock This is the BEST DEAL you will find on CARDSTOCK! Instructions Step One Download and print the templateStep Two Draw different designs in each row of triangular sides. You’re done! Troubleshooting A few people have written to me to express some challenges with this project. Tips Prime your flexagon by rotating it gently at first and pushing out any unwanted folds. Looks Like Martin Gardner.

crafty_tardis: I posted this over on dw_cosplay and som I posted this over on dw_cosplay and someone suggested it might be of interest here as well, so hopefully that is the case; I wanted to share something I made for a friend, it was her first Gally this year and she decided to crossplay Four. Since she was a bit nervous about it I decided it was the perfect opportunity to try out a project that had been kicking around my head for a bit and make her a beaded version of the Tom Baker scarf. I used 15/0 Toho rounds, and had a heck of a time finding good color matches (the blue in particular I ended up lucking out with some random beads a friend gave me) which ended up meaning I used a combination of matte, metallic and transparent finishes. As it turns out that worked better by adding a little sparkle but not too much.

Pyssel Från plastburk till fin snögubbe! Här har vi gjort snögubbar utav plastburkar. Lite tyg, piprensare lim är allt som behövs. Morsdagskort Vi gjorde fina morsdagskort utav mönstrade papper från canon. Här finns de fina färgade och mönstrade papperna att skriva ut. Så här fina blev våra kort! Här kommer tipps på vårpyssel som vi gjort. Fjärilar Fjärilsmallen klipptes ut i svart papper och sedan limmade vi silkespapper i olika färger på fjärilens vingar. Blommor Vårblomma Utav färgat papper gjorde vi blomblad som klistrades på grönt papper. Majbrasa Majbrasan är gjord utav pinnar, silkespapper och folio Myrstack Myrstack Utav garn som vi doppat i brun färg har vi gjort en myrstack. Igelkott Getingar Tulpan Utav en toarulle och färgat rött och grönt papper gjorde vi tullpaner och nedan en påsklillja. Kycklingarna är gjorda utav en plåtburk, tyg, piprensare, plastögon och näbben av färgat papper.

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