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Vintage Revivals - Fearless DIY

Vintage Revivals - Fearless DIY
You guys are in for a treat today. I am pretty sure that I have had 4 people guest post on Vintage Revivals in its entire existence. What can I say. I am a control freak. Sometimes there are just people that you meet that you instantly love everything about that make you want to shout from the rooftops. Jeran from Oleander and Palm is that girl for me.

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Mix & Match Baked corn flakes crispy chicken is a good recipe when you are craving KFC but not the calories! This recipe can be prepared at home it can easily be adapted to customize the taste. Recipe from Ingredients Instructions Place corn flakes in a bowl or sealed bag and crush with hand. Mandilicious Christmas: Himmeli Gift Topper You guys are in for a treat today. You’ve adequately stocked up on Cocktail straws from your wreath making I hope? Today we are making a gift topper AND trying out a new video format!

101 Simple Handmade Gift Tutorials These simple handmade gift tutorials will make any crafty person’s heart sing with joy! You don’t need special skills or a bunch of time because these can all be done super fast! Simple and cute…that works for me! Oh, and think of all the money you will save making these gifts. {At least that’s the story I tell my husband…shhhh!} You are going to love these fabulous tutorials!!! Eye Candy: 12 Brilliant Craft Room Organization and Storage Ideas! » Curbly Curbly-Original I don't know about you, but my craft supplies tend to find themselves shoved into boxes and bins without any rhyme or reason. One of the items on my ever-growing list of things to do is to tackle this organizational mess. I mean, it's utter chaos! Applying a few (or all) of these brilliant craft room storage ideas would definitely be a step in the right direction.

Common Items as Unusual Bedside Tables Previous image Next image If you're short on space, cash, or move a lot, try swapping traditional nightstands with something else from your home. Go "shopping" in other rooms and get those creative juices flowing. basic-purse No Pattern Required Months ago when I published my Pocket Purse, some readers asked if I could post directions for a less ambitious purse. So I gave it some thought and kept coming back to the idea of a basic tote bag I’ve made in the past. It’s a favorite of mine because it has a sturdy four inch wide bottom that sits well, yet it doesn’t require cutting an extra piece of fabric. Mandilicious Christmas: Magnetic Geo Clay Planter Have a few people still on your list? Yea, me too. Its ok though, because today I have a project that will simultaneously check them off your list and let you take out all of your holiday stresses on a hunk of clay! Win win!!

3D Cities Postcards by Alexandra Balashova Lately I have stumbled upon a great illustrator from St. Petersburg ( Russia ) Alexandra Balashova. Besides drawing very charming watercolors Alexandra is also a mom of a little boy. Also in her personal blog Alexabdra offers stunning 3D cities postcard patterns. These are something one cannot walk past. driftwood mobile After sharing the whale shower yesterday, it’s only fair that we do a quick followup and show you how to make the driftwood mobile. But first, you should know something. I love driftwood. It’s the perfect combo of natural, weathered, and beach (all looks I love). diy rope bowls so it's been a while since i've posted anything remotely crafty lately...i suppose i must be getting lazy (technically lazy-er). anyway, i saw this cute bowl on craftgawker over the weekend so i decided to make my own-with my own tutorial 'cause i need the practice anyway right? anyway, it's a pretty simple process, it's actually really similar to my recycle magazine bowl but with rope instead. basically just glue, wrap, glue, wrap, etc, etc. all you need is a hot glue gun and rope. i got my rope for $2-it's 50 ft, 1/4 inch, manila rope (i almost went with the sisal but i liked the color of the manila more).