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Box gobelet en carton

Box gobelet en carton
Bonjour, Voici une sympathique façon de fabriquer des petites boites, facile comme tout et comme j'aime vous le proposer. Les enfants aimeront personnaliser leur boites, les remplir de friandises, chocolats ou petit cadeau. Ces petites boites peuvent également servir pour un mariage, baptême, anniversaire etc.... Des gobelets en carton, il en existe de jolis avec des motifs, ou des unis comme ici. J'ai tout d'abord décoré certains gobelets avant de les couper, ceux où l'on doit dessiner ou peindre, parce que c'est plus rigide donc plus facile surtout pour les bambins. Ensuite j'ai coupé comme ci-dessous. Pour savoir ou couper, plier le haut en deux et couper aux marques, placer les deux coupes en face et plier à nouveau, ensuite couper entre chaque coupe à égale distance. Pour la hauteur de coupe, mon gobelet fait 7 de diam, j'ai donc coupé sur 3 cm. Je me suis amusée à faire différents modèles, les possibilités sont nombreuses, On peut coller des paillettes, des gommettes, des strass, sequins... ooo Related:  créaArt Déco

DIY Tiny Bow on a Fork As the holiday season is coming, we might have already been thinking about the gifts we are going to give to your family and friends. When we decorate a gift package or a handmade greeting card, we often need to tie a bow. Sometimes the ribbon bow is so small that it’s not easy to make it by hand. Luckily there is a simple solution to it and the secret is using a fork. Are you going to give this a try? 31 idées innovantes pour une maison complètement métamorphosée Le relooking d’une maison ou d’un appartement n’est pas toujours facile pour tout le monde : il faut trouver LA bonne idée qui pourra tout changer. Alors pour vous aider, voici 31 astuces pour transformer votre lieu de vie en un endroit encore plus agréable. 1. Approfondissez votre salon pour créer un espace de conversation 2. Transformez votre grenier en une pièce d’oreillers 3. 4. ­5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Ou intégrez directement les casiers aux meubles de votre cuisine 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. Difficile de faire un choix entre toutes ces bonnes idées qui rendent les intérieurs beaucoup plus fonctionnels et agréables à vivre.

A Cup of Coffee Cake (in Under Five Minutes) I don’t love chocolate. BLASPHEMY I KNOW! It just doesn’t do it for me, what can I say? I do, however, love me some cinammon. And some crumbles. But okay, I don’t always feel like making a giant coffee cake and eating it for three days straight until it’s gone. So I messed around with ingredients, a measuring spoon, and a microwave, to see if I could create a crumbly, cinnamony coffee cake in a cup that could be made in a microwave in about five minutes at 11 p.m. while i watched The Notebook for the 5,000th time (hey girl, don’t even try to pretend you don’t love Ryan Gosling, I won’t hear it). Get my five minute cup-of-coffee-cake recipe after the jump… While you’re at your microwave, head on over to Jaime’s Lazy Late Night Cooking Corner on our YouTube channel for more microwave treats like, Single Serve Cinnamon Roll, Rice Krispy Treat, Blueberry Cobbler, and Strawberry Shortcake for Two. How to Make Five Minute Microwave Coffee Cake in a Coffee Cup Well, first you’ll need a cup.

DIY Cereal Box Gift Tags With Christmas right around the corner, there are a million things to do in the way of decorating, list making, gift buying and travel planning. It can be overwhelming, especially if you’ve resolved to have a handmade holiday. Because DIY projects can be a bit of an investment and a little more work, I like to focus on ones that will serve me year round (while staying season-appropriate). It’s easy to get lost in the idea of “doing it yourself” in order to save money and vent some of that creative energy, but the “saving money” part can get tossed out the window fast if a lot of your projects are only useful once or twice a year. On that note, I’d like to introduce Cereal Box Gift Tags! What’s more Christmas-appropriate than a gift tag (…besides a Christmas tree)?? In addition to sprucing up pretty packages, I plan on using these for all kinds of decor. You’ll Need 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. TIP: If you’re making faux-gifts to decorate with, use unbleached muslin for wrapping. you might also like

DIY Fruit Pom Poms Pom poms are great for decorations because they come in many colors, sizes, and varieties and can be made from a wide array of materials. In addition, they make great playful toys that are soft to hold and colorful to the eyes. I came across this fun DIY project by the Mr Printables blog to make some fruit pom poms: strawberry, kiwi, watermelon and more. They are so cute and colorful that everyone will love to have them, especially kids. Make sure you head over to Mr Printable blog to check out the full tutorial and how to make pineapple, orange or pear pom poms. Mr Printable Blog – DIY Fruit Pom Poms You may also like the following pom pom craft projects. DIY Easy Pompoms with Your Own Fingers DIY Cute Pom-Pom Easter Chicks

Pinspiration | 36 (mille) projets ! Au moins une personne qui me lit ici connait mon côté obscur. J’ai un rituel, une habitude, le soir je rentre et je me sers un Picon-bière pour souffler un peu. Alors imaginez le nombre incroyable de capsules de bière que je peux récupérer ! Cela m’a fait sourire de découvrir sur Pinterest des personnes qui les recyclent. {1} Poésie en capsules de bière Comment ? Le blog Charmed Earth vous explique comment faire des magnets poétiques pour votre frigo. {2} Pins Vous avez eu votre période pins quand vous étiez jeunes ? Martha Stewart fait des pins et des magnets avec des photos au choix ou des illustrations. {3} Déco de Noël Votre sapin manque d’un côté punk ? Kitch à souhait, Ten Two Studios fait des déco de Noël à partir des capsules. {4} Magnets décoratifs Encore des magnets pour votre frigo pour suivre votre consommation de bière. C’est chez Sunday Afternoon Housewife. {5} Collier Qui n’a jamais rêvé d’un collier de capsules de bière ? A décorer selon vos souhaits, chez Family Crafts. Like this:

Keep calm and eat cake | Lulastic and the hippyshake I am pretty lucky with my job (community and activism campaigner with an international development charity) in that it involves as much creativity as I can handle. I get to work with loads of inspirational people- like the Craftivist Collective who are just subversively, cross stitchingly fabulous. But one of the other top bits of my job is the team I work with who are so crafty and creative, and, as I type, are in the corner of the office baking chocolate cakes in the microwave. Yes, we may have a brand new government, cabinet ministers may be being declared every half an hour, the future of the political landscape shifting every moment, but hey, you know what? Baking is important too. One mug. Baking taking place on our special coffee table, a massive round bit of wood left over from the Make Poverty History campaign. *4 Tablespoons cake flour

DIY Cute Yarn Winter Hat Ornaments Decorating Christmas tree with your family is probably one of the most exciting things to do during the holiday season. You don’t have to buy some expensive and fancy decors. With creativity, you can make your own Christmas ornaments with very simple materials. Here is a super cute idea to make yarn winter hat ornaments. They are so cute and colorful! Here are the things you will need: Yarn of various colors;Scissors;Toilet paper roll;Ruler. photo credit and written instructions: There are many creative ways to recycle empty toilet paper rolls and turn them into beautiful ornaments for decorations. Click here for 25 Simple Cute Toilet Paper Roll Christmas Crafts Click here for DIY Lovely Beehive and Bees Decoration Click here for DIY Paper Roll Christmas Wreath

atelier T E Z U K U R I Let's Paint Birthday Party Invitations Art by pisforpartypapers Pom Pom Fruit It’s been quiet here recently as we’re still mostly working on getting our fruity Apple & Pear Houses ready over at Rock & Pebble, but I see them all coming together nicely and they might even be ready to ship in less than a couple of weeks now. To celebrate, we’re going all tutti frutti this week! Ok, skip the promo (blush!) Out of these fruit pompoms, I’ve managed step-by-step tutorial pics for the strawberry, kiwi, lemon and watermelon with some diagrams and trimming tips. The strawberry pompom is probably the easiest one so you can make a few in no time and kids will love a handful of them. As you can see, I’m still using the cardboard pompom maker I made for the previous pompoms and it’s now looking decidedly shabby in the photos. As usual, I’m skipping the repeating basic steps like putting two halves of the pompom maker together, cutting and tying. How to make Strawberry Pompoms 1. 2. 4. 5. How to make Kiwi Pompoms 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. How to make a Watermelon Pom Pom 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.