Constellation Jar

Constellation Jar
I asked Amy of This Heart of Mine for a project that would be fun for kids or adults. I love that she thought of star-gazing! We’re so far into the countryside, that the stars here are outrageously bright. It’s awesome! — Gabrielle Star gazing is one of my favorite things.

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Hawaiian Buzz Lightyear Papercraft Ages school-age Print the template on regular paper or cardstock and cut out the pieces. Make all folds along dashed lines. Build the parts one a a time by securing all tabs to their corresponding pieces in alphabetical order, using glue or double-sided tape. To build the gloves, fold each one in half along the dashed line and butterfly the tabs outward. Glowing Outdoor Orbs O.K. Get ready for it … this one’s a doozy. Doozie? Doosey. It’s a humdinger. It looks high end with a side of huge impact,

DIY pallet table | a n n a • e v e r s - DIY Fashion blog This time I decided to go a little further and make a bigger DIY project. A sofa table for the center of my living room … But do not panic, it’s super easy to do and will cost you very little …and use some recycled materials! First things first … You’ll need this piece that many of you already know … the famous pallet. If you have a good smile you can get it free at a department store or a factory. · 4 bolt wheels. (you can buy them at a hardware store) but you can opt for metal wheels or old legs for a more vintage look. DIY Project: Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art Not every day you can find a clever way to reuse something from the bathroom..now you can take a break because someone came with very a simple and beautiful idea that lets you reuse toilet paper rolls. To make wall decorations you will need: toilette paper rolls, scissors, white glue, stapler, paint + brushes, glitter, laundry pins…What do you think about that? Crush paper roll Cut into approximately 5 equal parts don’t have to be exact place the rolls on a flat surface creating a desired pattern. spend time trying different compositions and patterns. glue where rolls are touching, hold with laundry pins to dry.

sand bowls by leetal rivlin jan 08, 2012 sand bowls by leetal rivlin ‘sand bowl’ by leetal rivlin tel-aviv-based industrial design student leetal rivlin has captured the movement of sand and frozen it into a usable object. the bowl is hand-made by mixing the grains of sand with an adhesive. the viscous liquid is then allowed to drip and harden into the form of the container. various layers give the impression of preserved movement. layers of frozen sand made into a bowl detail How to Make Rainbow Melted Crayon Art Welcome to 52 Kitchen Adventures, your source for creative & delicious desserts! See my Recipe Index for more. Don't want to miss another recipe? Subscribe via RSS or email. We’re taking a break from our regularly scheduled programming for a crafts tutorial today.

DIY fabric rug tutorial After walking away empty handed from a recent rug shopping trip, I was beginning to wonder if I would ever find the perfect rug for my entryway. With a nearly endless supply of patterns and colors to choose from at the fabric store, I knew that making my own rug out of ordinary fabric would be the perfect solution! What you'll need Origami for Kids: Easy Models Great for Beginners: origami animals, paper airpla This Origami for Kids section is especially designed for beginners. For a child who has never done origami before, it will take some time before he gets used to the process. Once he has experienced the joy of origami, he will eagerly decipher the origami instructions (called diagrams) by himself. A child as young as 4 years old can fold paper if an adult sits beside him and coaches him along. At 8 years old, a child who is familiar with origami can follow origami instructions independently. He may need help at the challenging steps so be sure that you are available when he needs you.