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DIY : bracelet coloré avec des perles !

DIY : bracelet coloré avec des perles !

Then she made...: Braided Bracelet Tutorial So, this cute girl, who we all call Bug Wanted to say I'm hoping you remember that a few weeks back we had a little family craft fair. Do you remember? My girls were trying to earn a little bit of money to go towards school shopping. T. J. Potter, Sling Maker - 6 strand flat braid Instructions for a 6-strand Flat Braid I have included two ways to make this flat braid. The first is simply the normal braiding method, and the second is more of a finger weaving method. DIY Advent 5: Ethnic Wool Necklace DIY - Outfits, Shoes & Accessories Dana I often have ideas in mind, which are difficult to realize. With this necklace it turned out after the first attempt, the upper chain has to be shorter than the lower one, because otherwise the jewelry will not rest beautifully on the neckline. Material And Tools – For The Ethnic Wool Necklace You Need Wool (3 colors)Large-unit anchor chain (about 70 cm, from the hardware store)ScissorsForceps DIY Tutorial: The Step-By-Step Craft Instructions DIY Step 1

{DIY} Fishtail Bracelet - Typical House Cat These DIY fishtail bracelets were a product of my impatience. I ordered a bunch of Chinese knotting cord to make this necklace and the cord arrived a couple of days before the rest of the supplies I needed. I immediately became obsessed with it, making all sort of macramé and friendship bracelets. If you’ve been following DIY blogs then you’ve seen plenty of macramé lately but hopefully, this is the first time you are seeing the fishtail or herringbone weave. You will need: 30 inches of Rattail or faux-suede cord80 inches of .8mm Chinese knotting cord (for a six-inch wrist, if you have a larger wrist I would add 10-15 inches of knotting cord per inch.)A stand-out button or hex nutA thread burnerA small box lidSome scrap rattail or yarn

Bay of Bengal~ Bollywood Macramé Bracelet Bay of Bengal~ Bollywood Macramé Bracelet By Brittany Ketcham Imagine fishing ports, river deltas and the longest beach in the world...all surrounding the incomparable Bay of Bengal, the largest bay in the world. Located off the coasts of India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Myanmar (Burma) and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the Bay of Bengal is a priceless ecosystem of marine life. Brittany found inspiration for these bracelets in the tropical vegetation, blue waters and sun-drenched architecture of the regions surrounding the bay.

The 200 Best Graphic, App & Web Design Tools & Resources (Categorized) This post is #21 in DailyTekk’s famous Top 100 series which explores the best startups, gadgets, apps, websites and services in a given category. Total items listed: 198. Time to compile: 8+ hours. Follow @DailyTekk on Twitter to make sure you don’t miss a week! My So Called Green Life...: How to Sew a Credit Card Wallet, Business, or Gift Card holder Update: I've finally created a Flickr group where you can upload photos of the credit card wallets you've made. I've seen some really fun versions out there, so please share them with us here~ I'm a huge purse-lover, but I always find myself grabbing my driver's license and credit card when running into the grocery store, post office, out to drop the kids off at school, etc., so I love having these little wallets in a multitude of colors and patterns. They're light enough to grab and go and compact enough to slide in my back pocket. They're also great way to personalize giving a gift card. The tutorial I did for this version has been the most popular post on my blog every week since I put it up in November of 2008.

Starburst Wrapper Bracelet Tutorial - Fluffyland Craft & Sewing Blog Big news! The Starburst Wrapper Bracelet Tutorial is now available as an Amazon e-book It’s only $2.99 and with the e-book version, you can take this handy step-by-step guide wherever you’re going to be folding! Giving the e-book along with a pack of Starburst wrappers would be an excellent gift. piratecore: How to make a Soft Cover Wrap Around Notebook How it was done:1.Cut the 25 sheets of paper to 5 x 8 inches. Put them into 5 stacks, with 5 sheets in each stack.2.Using the bone folder, fold each of the stacks in half.3.Using the sewing machine on the widest stitch setting, sew down the center of the crease on each of the five plies.4.This is what each of the piles will look like. 5.Fold the pages in half again and pile them up neatly, with the sewn side facing out.6.Using a press, or something to keep the pile of sewn papers together, put an old board on either side of the pile and insert it all into the press.7.You can see here the paper clamped inside of the press with the two pieces of scrap board on either side.8.With a brush, spread a generous amount of glue across the paper. 11.Now cut two pieces of card stock that measure 5 x 8 inches. Fold them each in half with the bone folder.

Paint Sample Notebook Tutorial These wee notebooks are super easy to make & you'll want to make, like, a million of them because they're so cute!!I recently received an awesome package of these mini notepads from the president of my Eastern Washington Etsy Street Team, Randi- a.k.a. Ragnazidnar.

sticky notes books or sticky notebooks - greetingarts Using pads of sticky notes, scrapbook paper and a few other supplies, I made one of these books for each of Rebecca's classmates to celebrate the last day of Kindergarten. It didn't take that long, and I thought some of you might like the idea. Who knew this was going to turn into a book making blog?