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Déco « So Vintage So Girly

Déco « So Vintage So Girly
♥ Une déco remplie de géométrie par ameliegirly Des triangles, des carrés, des ronds, des pois, des rectangles… C’est un fait, la déco a adopté avec brio la tendance des formes géométriques et on ne s’en lasse pas ! Δ Les chaises vintage de Juliette Beaupin par vintagetouchblog Vous savez que le vintage, c’est ma tasse de thé :) Alors les jolies chaises de Juliette Beaupin m’ont tout de suite fait de l’oeil! Δ Du bleu pastel pour ma déco! Vous ne le savez peut être pas mais j’adore le bleu dans ma déco! Δ Un bureau pastel Y’a t’il un meilleur moyen pour bien travailler qu’un environnement de travail canon et à notre goût? ♥ MinusculeShop Minuscule, c’est un concept store mode-déco pour enfants installé au coeur du 1er arrondissement de Marseille. Δ IDEAT : le magazine déco idéal La dernière fois, je vous avouai que je ne lisais que deux magazines : CITIZEN K et IDEAT. ❤ Une cuisine un brin vintage Δ Fan de la déco scandinave ❤ Maisons de plage ♥ Petit Pan Related:  DIY DECOyasserjankieh

$1 Decor: Paper Flower Wreath I like to call this one my “Homage to Pregnancy” because guess what…it’s made up entirely of empty toilet paper rolls! Granted, I could have saved up toilet paper rolls at any point, but being pregnant certainly made collecting them a lot faster thanks to the fact that Baby No-Name loves to sit directly upon my bladder these days I was inspired by the wreath created at Creative Jewish Mom (she has all the directions on her blog for how to make your own if you’re interested!), and since it’s made of recycled materials you have laying around the house, all I needed to purchase was another bag of glue sticks for my glue gun (from the Dollar Tree, hence the $1 spent). I was surprised with how fast and easily it came together. I cut a strip of flat cardboard to size to use as a template, and then started snipping away at the toilet paper rolls while the boys watched Wall-e. I thought about adding a ribbon, but none of the ribbon that I have matches well enough.

蕾丝灯罩diy,森女最爱 夏可怡01-24 how do you make this? what is the glue? 你做什么?回复 还被收集在 > 活动 画画献爱心 截止日期:2014年05月24日 Les mHômes en goguette Faire de la déco avec des palettes ? Même pas peur ! | Creative Imane Magazine À une ère où on commence à prendre conscience que la surconsommation est néfaste et que les marchandises produites à la chaine ne riment ni avec qualité ni avec bon gout on s’intéresse de plus en plus à la récup’. Les émissions télévisées fleurissent avec le home-staging et la customisation d’objets dont le rôle initial était à des années-lumière de celui qu’on souhaite lui attribuer : devenir unique, tendance, design et esthétique. En la matière, voici un défi de taille : faire d’une vieille palette en bois ou d’un cageot un élément phare de votre décoration intérieure. La palette, une table basse presque comme les autres Qui a dit qu’ « élégant » rimait exclusivement avec « exorbitant » ? La preuve, avec une palette ou des cageots récupérés, on peut créer un intérieur raffiné en lui donnant une touche cosy et originale, et le tout sans se ruiner s’il-vous-plait ! Les cagettes : des étagères astucieuses On arrête illico de conserver les cagettes uniquement pour transporter ses courses !

Dream Crafter: DIY Geometric Coasters Hello! And happy monday! This week is going to be a super busy one for me so I am so glad that Emily (my sister) shared a few of her crafts with me this week. I also just realized yesterday that 4th of July is coming up super fast and I haven't showed you any crafts! But on to the coasters! These little babies are so modern and cute. 1. Start by painting one side of your square diagonally. Now get your painters tape and tape it off "Diagon Alley" and then paint the opposite side gold. Thanks for stopping by! Happy Painting...and setting your drinks on little wooden boards, -Ali

sewing 101: making a pouf Add a burst of color to your room with this crafty pouf! At 17” wide and 10” deep, it’s large enough to serve as floor seating or a foot stool. (And if you have pets, I have a feeling they may want to make this their new favorite spot!) This project is a little challenging to sew, but it’s not too difficult, so if you’re comfortable with the basics of sewing, give it a try. I love the idea of making a set of these poufs in a range of sizes, for a sculptural stack of cushions that will become a room element in their own right. CLICK HERE for the full how-to after the jump! Finished Dimensions: 17” diameter by 10” tall What You’ll Need ¼ yard each 12 coordinating fabrics (I used quilting cottons) 1 yard muslin 3 pounds fiberfill stuffing 2 large buttons (approximately 1 ½”) 2 flat metal washers, slightly smaller than your buttons 12” upholstery needle (get this where upholstery supplies are sold) fishing line sewing thread hand sewing needle sewing machine sharp scissors iron 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Décoration nordique et scandinave Porte-clés Frugal Life Project: Cool Dollar Store Wall Art! I love all the wall tiles you find these days. I saw these tiles at Ballard Design. They are very pretty, but instead of paying $100 - I decided to make my own! It was super duper simple and inexpensive! This is the finished project. I found these canvases at Dollar Tree. I spray pained the edges brown. Then, I cut pieces of scrapbook paper the same size as the canvas. I sanded the edges to create a smoother surface and then finished each canvas off with a spray coat of crystal clear enamel. I used these Command Damage-Free Hangers - which I love! Ta Da! sewing 101: zippered throw pillows Next up in our learn-to-sew series: throw pillows! Throw pillows are another fantastic way to incorporate cute textiles and DIY flair into your home without a great investment of time or money. If you’ve ever gone into a fabric store and wanted to buy everything because it’s just all so gorgeous, then pillows are a great way to put those fabrics to work in your decor. Bold or loud prints that would be too much used in large scale (like in curtains) can be just right for a little pillow pop on a sofa or bed. I’m going to show you how to make a zippered pillow cover, which is easier than it sounds, I promise. The best part? CLICK HERE for the full zippered throw pillow how-to after the jump! A Word on Zippers Ok, I know you’re not going to believe me when I say this, but installing a zipper is REALLY EASY. What You’ll Need ½ yard fabric (if your pillow is larger than 16”, you’ll need more fabric) 1 pillow form (buy this at a craft store or upholstery shop) Thread to match your fabric Seam ripper