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Un DIY Déco aux petits Cailloux » Blog Terre d'ylang DecoBlog Terre d'ylang Deco Une idée sympa à emporter dans ses valises. Je m’imagine déjà ramasser ces petits cailloux les pieds dans l’eau et m’installer à l’ombre d’un Olivier Bye, Bye Source : elinepellinkhof,, resurrectionfern Vous aimerez aussi : Fish-in-a-Bag Soaps These adorable novelty soaps will get the kids to actually want to take a bath! You Will Need: Instructions: 1. Cut your soap base into chunks and melt in the microwave in 30-second increments until completely melted. You will need approximately 1/2 lb of soap for this project. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. To Use the Soap: Make a small cut in the bag and tear it off of the soap.

20 Awesome Do It Yourself Projects Thursday, June 14, 2012 4:30 am, Posted by Chris Groves | Internet 20 Awesome Do It Yourself Projects Topics: At Home Project Ideas , Creative DIY Home Projects , Do It Yourself Projects for 2012 , Fun How To Projects , What to Do with Extra Stuff Are you bored and have a bunch of extra little items hanging around here and there? You honestly don’t know some of the creative things you can do with what could possible be junk. If you know of any great at home Do It Yourself Projects please leave a comment to include your own and maybe we will add it to our list. And for the upcoming holiday season we want to give all you do-it-yourselfers a head start with these incredible Christmas DIY for 2012 1. More info: here | Buy: here 2. More info: here 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Incoming search terms:

"Dew" It Yourself Jewelry Stand Given that title and my penchant for puns, I'm guessing it will take you guys exactly 3.7 seconds to guess what my new jewelry stand is made from: Aw, you only needed two seconds, didn't you? I knew it. Yep, this pretty green number is made from four plastic Mountain Dew bottles and exactly $3.72 worth of materials from the hardware store. First, collect your bottles. If you happen to have a Diet 'Dew addict for a spouse like me, this will take less than three days. I found it easiest to cut the bottoms off my bottles with a strong utility knife, and then trim them down further with scissors. Other than the bottles you will need: One 12-inch length of threaded rod (no cutting necessary; they come this size in the hardware store) and one baggy each of a coordinating size nuts and washers. Drill holes that are the same size as your threaded rod in the center of each tray: Cut as far down into the plastic as you can with scissors, and then use a Dremel to smooth the jagged bottom edge.

another star November 27, 2012 Here is another star diy for you. /// Här kommer ännu ett stjärn diy till er. (Sorry for the bad quality of the photos. It turns dark really fast this time of year! /// Ursäkta de dåliga bilderna. Blir ju mörkt så fort!) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6-7. 8. 9. And you´re done. /// Och nu är det klart!

41 Easy Things To Do With Mason Jars How to cut glass I posted a picture about 1 week ago on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter of me cutting glass using just string. I got LOT’S of requests for a tutorial on how I DID THIS! So here it is. FINALLY! I want to warn you. It’s best to triple your yarn because it will burn longer! Soak it GOOD! I like to tie my yarn where I want my glass to “cut” then quickly pour polish remover over the string again. Get a big bowl with ice and water ready. VERY IMPORTANT! Slowly turn your bottle. You can’t let the flame go OUT then dunk it in the ice water. YAY!!! I reallly hope you enjoyed this tutorial because I had ALOT of requests for it! © Copyright jaderbombllc, All rights Reserved.

Twelve Weeks of Christmas: Vinyl Record Bowl ADDENDUM | The Ginger Penny Pincher (This is not to serve as this week’s installment of the Twelve Weeks of Christmas series. Expect that later this week!) Due to the surprisingly enthusiastic response to the vinyl record bowl tutorial , I started racking my brain for more ways to re-invent these tired turntable treasures (I hope you appreciated that, alliteration lovers). I started doing the Google image search thing — of which I have attained expert level — and found a few ideas, some of which I wanted to share with you, especially because I know so many of you told me you planned on making these for Christmas presents! Well, here are a few more ideas: Paint them! Here is a before and after of my own personal vinyl record bowl with a coat of Tiffany Blue spray paint: Everyone say “ahhh…….” Here’s the process slowed down: Just the bottom Here's a bird's eye view And one more time…. BEFORE: Perfectly fine for some... AFTER: Vinyl Record Bowl 2.0, the Tiffany Blue Edition I’m a fan of the upgrade. Oooh.. pretty.

Comment relooker une chaise – suite et fin » L'atelier Azimuté TADAAAAM ! Je suis fière de vous présenter, dans un joli AVANT/APRES qui va bien, la chaise terminée! Souvenez vous, j’avais commencé la chaise ici. AVANT/before (yes i spiiiik english!) Alors, elle a pas de la gueule l’allure ma chaise relookée comme ça? Pour résumer voici ce que j’ai fait aujourd’hui : 1. 2. Devant : Dos : Le thermocollage n’est pas nickel, donc je trouverai peut-être une autre colle par la suite, surtout si je change la couleur du tissu. Petit souci que j’aurais pu éviter si j’avais été plus maline : au moment de remettre les dosserets, je me suis aperçu qu’ils n’étaient pas tous interchangeables (!) La chaise finie, y’a plus qu’à passer au meuble haut, maintenant!