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La trousse de la rentrée et son tuto

La trousse de la rentrée et son tuto
But I mostly noticed when, trying to get into a stationnery store, I got kicked out by a guard sorting the clients out... no kids, no entry... (Ok, that didin't really happen but, you never know, maybe, one day...) Ceci dit, il faut en avoir (du mérite) pour affronter les papeteries et autres rayons 'rentrée des classes' des supermarchés ces jours-ci... c'est la foire à l'empoigne, les gosses qui pleurent, les files kilométriques à la caisse... l'horreur! Anyway, anyone trying to go to the 'back to school' department of a store needs a lot of will and bravery... people are lining for hours or wrestling over a map, the kids are crying... a total nightmarre! Related:  Crafts

Applique inverse: un tutoriel This is a really fun, simple project. Yet another way to fancy up some plain tees or a great fix for old shirts with holes. It takes a little practice to master sewing a curved design like this one. Materials: Fabric Fusible Interfacing (one side) T-shirt(s) Stencils (optional) Tutorial: For this project, you can choose to draw your own design or use a stencil. Draw your design backwards onto the non-fusible side of a piece of interfacing. Fuse the design onto the wrong side of your fabric. Turn your tee inside out. Carefully sew over the marked line. Tie and cut off loose strings. Cut off the extra material around your design. Make a snip through the knit at the center of the design and cut off all the extra fabric on the inside of your stitches. I finished by marking an x over my hometown (because a heart was just too hard!) Here's one I did using my own drawing: And another:

Little boxy pouch tutorial « three bears My latest favourite thing to make, little boxy pouches. It took me almost an entire morning, lots of paper and sellotape and countless cups of tea to figure this out. I’m here to save you the bother. This little bag is 4.5 inches long, 3 inches high and 2 inches deep, just right for a lipstick and a compact (or better still, lots of sweets). 1. Choose your fabric. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. I hope these instructions are clear. Do let me know if you use this tutorial, I’d love to see how it works out for you. ***How I add lining*** There may be a quicker way but this is how I add a lining. Like this: Like Loading...

Perles Pei | boucle-oreille-margouillat | boucle_oreille_margouillat_2 meubles en carton marie krtonne The 52 Easiest And Quickest DIY Projects Of All Time The Magic With Corks | Home Decorating - Design And Ideas If you enjoy in good wine and you didn’t trow away the old corks you can create interesting home gadgets that are both interesting and creative. Home decorating can be improved using one of the 25 home ideas with corks we presented here. You don’t need to spend money for your home, you can easily recycle and reuse the old corks for coasters, maths and much more. Stamps Thread Spool Corks Wreath Magnetic Cork Planters Cork Ball Key Chains Coasters Cork Letter Placecard Holders Trivet Bathmat Plant Marker Cheese Knives Cork Candles Cork Candle Votives Simple Cork Necklace Embroidered Cork Necklace Wine Corkboard Champagne Cork Knobs Wine Charms Lampshade Fridge Magnets Animal Sculptures Cork Pen Journaling corks arts, corks usage, diy corks

How to Create a Wine Cork Letter | We just added my favorite font, American Typewriter, to our font options so I was excited to create a project with it. Since our wine cork K is one our most popular photos I thought the two would make a great pair. I’ve seen several renditions of this project floating around Pinterest and decided I like the ones that have mainly the purple end of the cork facing forward. Don’t be shy about the size of the letter, go big! Smaller letters end up being overwhelmed by the corks, plus bigger letters leave more room to fit the corks naturally. Materials Needed: 1/2″ thick unpainted Baltic Birch wood letter, I’m using a 22″ tall “&” in the American Typewriter font. It will be pretty heavy so If you aren't setting it on a shelf I would recommend adding a picture hook to the back for hanging.

Personnages en bouchons J’ai acheté une carte postale montrant les ruines du moulin CARRÉ et de la ferme de mes grands parents adressée le 27 janvier 1916 de Sommesous (Marne) par un inconnu à un Louis inconnu. Il doit avoir une bonne vue car l’écriture est si minuscule que je l’ai déchiffrée à la loupe. Je viens de relire ta lettre du 23. D’après son courrier, en 1916, Henri est au Secteur 187 puis 149. L’hiver est glacial. Il envoie le 29 janvier (1916)de Bezonvaux une vue panoramique de Verdun, qui n’est pas encore détruit, avec au loin le quartier de Bezonvaux. “ Mr Louis BARONNET a Troyes. A mon gros Louis. Le 21 février, l'état-major allemand déclenche ce qui va devenir "la bataille de Verdun" : après un pilonnage intensif - le "marmitage" (4 à 6 millions d'obus en 5 jours) - des positions françaises, les forces allemandes s'emparent du fort de Douaumont le 25. Eugène BARBIER, un ami d’Henri B. du 46ème territorial, blessé, est évacué à l'hôpital Ibrahim de Vernet-les-bains (Pyrénées Orientales). Avril 1916.

Alice's Soda Can Bookmarks What does Wonderland's Alice have to do with Christmas? Absolutely nothing. Except that the same procedure with which I made her 'Drink me' bookmark I employed to make a more Christmas-y version. First, the ingredients: An empty aluminum can (one per bookmark)White card stockMatt fixativeCraft knifeBone folder1/8” spring punch/eyelet setter and eyelet/s (I have this one) Straight edgeCutting matBlack perle cotton or crochet cottonSmall silver bell or jingle bell for the Christmas option and one large and one small silver bead for the non-Christmas onePDF of the Christmas version or the 'Drink me' version available on my Scribd pageSticky-back tape220 grit sandpaper Step 1: Print the PDF image onto white card stock. Step 2: Cut the middle section of the aluminum can into one large sheet. Step 3: Using your straight blade and craft knife, miter each of the corners of your aluminum. Step 4: Step 5: Place your straight edge along the long side of the image/print. Repeat with the other long side.