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DIY avec des vieux tee-shirts Les tee-shirts de cet été sont un peu passés ? Pas de soucis, après les pulls, des idées de recyclage sympas à découvrir ici et là. Alors 18 tutos pour recycler ses vieux tee-shirts en écharpe, bracelets, jupes, sacs, paniers, bavoirs ou jouets pour chien ! 18 Creative ways to recycle t-shirts! Les tee-shirts deviennent encore plus beaux : Les tee-shirts deviennent des jupes souples, à smocks ou de forme crayon Les tee-shirts se tressent et se crochètent (pour faire une pelote, retrouver le tuto ici) pour des paniers ou des bracelets Autour du cou, façon écharpe, collier ou carré Trop faciles, des sacs à coudre –ou non– en 30 minutes En doudous, pour bébés ou petites bêtes ^-^ C’est tout pour aujourd’hui !

Wall of Activist Films | Watch 250 of the Best Activist Documentaries Online Via a Single Page Just imagine what could become possible if an entire city had seen just one of the documentaries above. Just imagine what would be possible if everyone in the country was aware of how unhealthy the mainstream media was for our future and started turning to independent sources in droves. Creating a better world really does start with an informed citizenry, and there's lots of subject matter to cover. From all the documentaries above, it's evident that our society needs a new story to belong to. The old story of empire and dominion over the earth has to be looked at in the full light of day - all of our ambient cultural stories and values that we take for granted and which remain invisible must become visible. But most of all, we need to see the promise of the alternatives - we need to be able to imagine new exciting ways that people could live, better than anything that the old paradigm could ever dream of providing. So take this library of films and use it.

Fabula, la recherche en littérature Echarpe tressée Comme beaucoup d'entres vous ont adoré le point réalisé pour mon écharpe, voici enfin le tuto : Taille de l’écharpe : 28 cm x 1,90 m Nombre de pelotes : 3 pelotes de 100g de laine HERO gamme Himalaya (laines en stock de chez Bouchara...) Aiguilles : 9 Echantillon de 10 cm x 10 cm : 10 mailles et 12 rangs Monter 26 mailles (les motifs se font sur un multiple de 4 mailles et ajouter les 2 mailles lisières pour avoir le bon compte),Faire 2 rangs en jersey.Faire 4 rangs au point "bambou"Faire 2 rangs en jerseyFaire le nombre de rangs au point "tressé" selon la longueur souhaitée.Terminer par 2 rangs jersey, 4 rangs au point bambou et 2 rangs en jersey Point bambou : il se réalise sur 2 rangs (premier rang à l'endroit) Rang 1 : 1 maille lisière, *1 jeté, 2 mailles endroit, rabattre le jeté sur les 2 mailles endroits* Répéter de * à * autant de fois que nécessaire et terminer par 1 maille lisière Point tressé : il se réalise sur 2 rangs (premier rang à l'endroit) Rang 1 :

Sassy Style: Another Awesome Person that you MUST meet! I love a lot of things. Diet coke & chocolate when you have had one of those days. coconut ice cream with dark chocolate chunks. (it is as good as it sounds..yummy!) Heirloom white spray paint As you can plainly see, I love a lot of things! I also love fabulously creative people who share their awesome talents with us. I was blog surfing one day and came across her happy, yummy blog and was instantly hooked. I so love it when this happens. Not only did she make the fabulous Anthro inspired blooms that you are about to see and drool over. fabulous..right? I know, she is superb! So, without further ado.. After a recent trip to Anthropologie, I was inspired to make these spring blooms: Before I explain, here are the ones from Anthropologie (pictures taken with my phone) We noticed these huge flowers as part of the decor. How did they make these? Yes, Q-Tips!! I just knew I had to try it myself! So, I went home and gathered some supplies: Cut the Q-tips in half Poke them into the Styrofoam ball:

TUTO : torchon crocheté en lavette, 1ère ! - Creativ-idees, le blog de Casse-bonbec 3 octobre 2010 7 03 /10 /octobre /2010 02:43 Je vous ai montré, ICI et LA, mes torchons transformés en lavettes pour lavabo et ça a l'air d'en intéresser plus d'une. Comme ce n'est pas facile à expliquer (si je vous parle de "rectangles concentriques" vous allez encore me dire d'arrêter les champipi hallucinogènes, ou pire : de retourner à l'école alors que j'y suis toujours ! ), j'ai décidé de vous faire un p'tit tuto photo en 2 parties. Prenez un (vieux) torchon usé. Ensuite, coupez tout le torchon en 1 seule lanière d'environ 1,5 cm de large. Comment faire ? Voici comment procéder : le brin de laine représente la façon dont vous allez faire votre découpe : Et maintenant, voici ce que ça donne pendant qu'on découpe le torchon. Bon courage, c'est long à faire ! Astuce n°1 : pas la peine de faire le ménage avant de vous mettre à couper votre torchon, car la découpe va faire tomber plein de petits bouts de fil par terre et vous serez obligées de balayer APRES la découpe.

Holder for Charging Cell Phone (made from lotion bottle) My husband and I both have cell phones. And both of us have phone chargers. And that means lots of obnoxious cords. You never know when one of us may be moving phone cords around, to give our phones an extra charge while we’re chatting away……… or trying to charge our phones up before running errands or something. (Okay, and how about when you’re in a hotel or visiting family/friends. I was looking around on the internet for a solution and found this. It made the perfect little holder for my cell phone while it’s being charged. Holder for Charging Cell Phone And no more phone hanging down from the outlet while in this room or that room……..the cord and phone are now up off the ground, and tucked away into the little holder, while the phone drinks up a full charge. And of course I couldn’t just leave the poor little holder alone……I had to Mod Podge some fabric right onto it for some kick. If you look closely, you can see that the orange print is fabric. And turns out, it’s pretty useful.

Korgar av jeans / Baskets from jeans Ni som följer oss vet att vi älskar att återanvända saker vi har hemma. Ofta ligger det en hög med grejer och väntar på att blir omgjorda. Högen med trasiga jeans har på sista tiden vuxit oroväckande och det dags att göra något åt den. Ni behöver utslitna jeans, tråd och nål. 1. 2. 3. 4. Vi har dekorerat våra korgar med bitar av band. Korgarna är lite mjuka och man kan inte stoppa för tunga saker i dem men i vårt pysselskåp passar de utmärkt. Those of you who follow us know that we love to recycle things we have at home. You need worn out jeans, thread and needle. 1. We have decorated our baskets with pieces of ribbons. The baskets are a bit soft and you want put heavy stuff in them, but as containers for our craft supplies they’re perfect.

MAGAZINE ENVELOPES 18K+ Well I got this idea from our friend Nina. She was making these super cute envelopes out of scrapbook paper and I really wanted to make some! So I came home and made some! They are so so SO simple and add a personal touch to your envelopes. You will need: An old magazine, scissors, an envelope, a glue stick and a Sharpie. Tear out some magazine pages that you like. Carefully pull the envelope apart. Trace the envelope on a magazine page. Cut the envelope shape out. Turn the envelope over as well as the magazine cut-out. Unfold everything and separate the magazine cut-out from the envelope. Glue the bottom flap down to the two side flaps. And you've made your own envelope! The great thing about making these envelopes our of magazine pages is that the envelopes have a character all of their own.

DIY Fringe Scarf | Lakeland Local Everyone needs a go-to fringe scarf in their fashion repertoire. Here’s an easy way to make your own. What You Will Need: -Old T-Shirt -Good Scissors Step 1: Go through your old T-shirts and find a daring print or color combo. For a cleaner look, choose a solid. Step 2: Cut horizontally across the shirt, just below the armholes, to create a rectangular tube. Step 3: Working your way around the tube, make a series of vertical cuts that extend from the raw edge upward. Step 4: Tug down on each strand to elongate it. photo credit: Cathy Hayes for Lakeland Local