say YES! to hoboken: DIY Projects and Crafts I added a new section on the right side column to showcase some posts that have been most popular amongst you guys! I’ll be rotating them around regularly, so if you’re new to the blog this is a great place start. Below is a selection of the most popular DIY posts I’ve done: DIY: Big Bow Pillow DIY: Hank’s Words Book DIY: Bunting Crayon Roll DIY: Hank’s Gallery Wall Big Bow Pencil Skirt copyright 2014 liz stanley // all rights reserved ReadyMade Cool Copper Projects Warm metallic hues are easy to love but often pricey. When you create the look... Fairyland May 14, 2010 A happy Home Tour Friday to you! Before we begin today, I need you to SIT DOWN and take several deep breaths. Because this is incredible.
HELLOmynameisHeather Embroidery patterns are here. Printed with heat-transferable ink for your ease and convenience, our FOUR new embroidery patterns make stitching beautiful needlework fun and relaxing—perfect for your holiday break. • 11" X 17" pattern sheet with heat-transferable ink.Each design can be heat transferred multiple times. • Instructions for a variety of transfer methods includingtracing options. • Illustrated guide to basic hand-embroidery stitches. Flower Tutorials Roundup! ok so this weekend I have a lil special for you.. Im helping my lil cuz with her art project this year and shes focussing on flower arranging - so i am going to help her make lots of crafty flowers because she doesn't know where to start. I have packed paper punches, fabric, scissors, glue, beads and paper! Im reaaady!!
Free Downloadable Templates, Forms and Samples » Templates see it clearly Learn more Free Downloadable Templates Little Red Infinity Dress Tutorial *Tutorial made by Melissa @ Sew Like My Mom for her win during the Red Week challenge.* I made this little dress in about 3 hours and for under $20! I used some soft polyester knit I found at Hancock Fabrics for $4.99/yard. I got 5 yards, and with my 40% off 1 cut of fabric coupon, my total came to $15.87 after tax!! Blog Etiquette or Blogtiquette Photo from Celia I've had a couple requests for Blog Etiquette hereby known as Blogtiquette. Not that I'm an expert - just looking out, as usual. #1. Give credit where credit is due. If you saw a post, meme, idea, etc. that you love and want to recreate on your blog - go ahead. Just be sure to give link love to the person you blogjacked it from. #2. Do not attack people with negative anonymous comments.
Crafts for home stationery and paper for birthdays, anniversaries or dinners 3D paper stars Celebrate a shiny party creating new stars with different colors and textures of paper to have heaven on earth. Origami booklets Irresistibly adorable, do not know if we can wait for the weekend to make our collection of mini booklets! Create your own stamps Use them later on wrapping paper, cards, fabrics and everything that passes through your mind.
dip-dye lamp & pillow when summer rolls around, i try as hard as possible to freshen up the cave that is my apartment. while the darkness does help to keep rooms cool, the mood can get a little depressing if i don’t inject a jolt of summer here and there. if you have a plain fabric lampshade, pillow, or any scrap fabric lying around, then you can easily create a completely new set of home textiles that have a lovely airiness and fresh color. dip dye is a very easy process; you can adjust the color saturation in a snap by adding water or dye, and you just keep dipping until you like the results! it’s good to have a few scrap pieces of fabric around for color tests, and a nice outdoor spot or some tarp to work on (as you can probably guess, it can get a bit drippy). you can also mix dyes to make an amazing range of hues, so feel free to experiment. have fun! -kate
16 Headband Tutorials As a busy mom of three little boys, I don’t always have time to do my hair. (Like, never, actually! I try to sneak in sessions with my flatiron while the boys are distracted with a cartoon… IF I have to leave the house. If I don’t, my hair looks like the bus driver from South Park’s… i.e., bird’s nest. Hmm, a bird’s nest headband sounds kind of cute and funny, actually!) I think I need some headband action to disguise my less-than-perfect hair!
3 tips for craft blog etiquette Starting a craft blog can be a fun but also daunting prospect. If you are a blog lurker and eager to start your own blog but not quite sure what to write or if you already have a craft blog and would like to build your audience and participate more fully in the craft blog community – then tune in over the coming weeks for tips and ideas on how to build a better craft blog. 1. Be polite: Craft blogging is about building communities and ‘meeting’ people of like interests, sharing ideas and being inspired.
My favorite website for new arts & craft project ideas. by kakakakatieee Apr 27