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DIY Eames Elephant Mobile A little while ago I stumbled upon a blog post from La Maison de Loulou where she had made these adorable little paper replicas of the Eames Elephant. I was instantly in love and thought that making a mobile out of these for Vauvasaurus would be a perfect decoration in her nursery. It took a little while for me to get around to making them, but they were actually incredibly simple and a pretty quick project. You’ll need some sturdy cardstock paper, and some sort of pin (I have no idea what to call the kind that have the separating thingies) or glue may work also. Print out the template, which is available from Vitra, cut out and trace shapes onto your cardstock.

DIY Paper Pyramid Gift Boxes How to Create a Family Heritage Christmas Tree Transformation of the old material – handmade bottle DIY Dog Food Station with Storage Ice Skating {Date} In A Jar ~ DIY Valentine’s Day Gift DIY Cinnamon Scented Ornaments Ginger Snap Crafts: DIY Ornament Display Tree aunt peaches’ straw cluster chandelier Believe it or not, I have a drawer full of old drinking straws — superfluous craft supplies are an occupational hazard. So I was thrilled to see this straw chandelier project come across my desk, because now I can use them for something beautiful! As those of you who saw Aunt Peaches’ coffee filter flowers know, she is a genius when it comes to creating elegant designs out of mundane materials; so good, in fact, that often you can’t tell what the material is at first glance. This straw chandelier is no exception. It reminds me of the garland light by Tord Boontje — I love the energy of the little straw bursts and the beautiful irregularity of the shape.

Build Your Own Bathtub Shelf! {Yes, Really} Posted on April 18, 2012 by amber in Crafts, Home Improvement, Tutorials, Uncategorized. For years I have been admiring bathtub shelves.Have you seen them?They fit across your bathtub & hold things like books, magazines, candles, food, drinks, yep, pretty much anything you want. 25 Gifts You Can Make Today Wise Bread Picks Homemade gifts are often more meaningful than store-bought gifts, and fortunately they’re usually easy on the wallet too. For those who would like to save a buck or two on the next birthday, anniversary, or shower gift, or just like the idea of making something unique for a friend, here are 25 ideas for gifts that you can make with materials that are easily found at your local craft or hardware store. Many require little to no crafting skills, while others are a little more challenging, but definitely still doable for us amateurs! (See also: 15 Delicious Gifts You Can Bake) 1.

DIY Modern Metallic Candle Holders Hi, you guys! It's Mandi, from Making Nice in the Midwest, with a fun winter project to share with you. Instead of complaining about the rare appearance of sunlight in the wintertime, I thought I'd make the most of of the darkness and create some mood lighting in my home! Before & After: A Cool Twist Beautiful, aren’t they? These wall-mounted succulent gardens exist because a.) I have an unquenchable desire to collect rusted industrial elements and b.) a friend named Vickie Perez. It’s because of the former that our deck is loaded with rusty ol’ bits and bobs from machines that stopped running ages ago … some so antiquated we’re not sure what function they served. And it’s through knowing Vickie that I was able to imagine these vintage rotary fan covers as planters.

I Love to Create: Making Your Own String Lamp Being enamored with all things vintage, I have always been smitten on string lamps. Each time I saw one at an antique mall, like the ones pictured here at Uncommon Objects, I would think to myself one day I am going to figure out how to make these. Apparently this was the week. Today on I Love to Create I’ll walk you through the trials and tribulations of making a string lamp of your very own. SUPPLIESAleene’s Fabric Stiffener & Draping LiquidBalloonSpray BottleWater100% Cotton YarnTulip Cool Color Spray for FabricLight KitBall FringeAleene’s Hot Glue Gun KitScissors UNWINDING YARNThe first thing you want to do is convert your yarn from a ball to a hank, this will make it easier to dye. Make-up Magnet Board Round-up Everyone remember about my sale tomorrow? This Saturday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm I'll be at the Garth Veal Ice Arena in Magrath at the Kids Show. I'll be there with a large stock of Make-up Boards and Jewelry Organizers. Since I first posted about my make-up board they've started to pop up all over the internet.

jessica’s postage stamp coasters I’m getting ready to go running off to complete the zillion post-holiday errands I have on my plate, but I decided I simply must add the supplies for this project to my shopping list. Jessica is a graphic designer by trade, which is clear to see from her choice of prints for these adorable coasters that she whipped up in no time. Jessica found these images on the flickr site of Karen Horton. Karen has amassed a treasure trove of amazing images of old postage stamps and labels. How to Make a Geo Faceted Cement Planter - Tuts+ Crafts & DIY Article Have you noticed that cement is having a moment in design and interiors right now? It's certainly my current craft medium obsession! Since making a set of cement coasters, I wanted to tackle a bigger project. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to make your own mold for a faceted planter, using cardboard and tape.

Diamond Fold Book Tutorial « Stamping and Stuff By Emily, on December 20th, 2006 Okay here it goes! I learned to make thesethis summer. D.I. Why? Orb-lando Dear World, Do you want a chandelier that’s uniquely you, but don’t know where to start? Well, you’re in luck, because a few months ago I made a delightful Orb chandy I’m calling Orb-lando. AND SO CAN YOU! Emily, my secret lover, and I used this chandelier for one of my favorite Secrets From A Stylist makeovers. It was a contemporary makeover, infused with Japanese influence and a kick azz modern art collection.

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