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FLOR modular carpet tiles - Create unique, eco-friendly area rugs, runners & wall-to-wall designs

FLOR modular carpet tiles - Create unique, eco-friendly area rugs, runners & wall-to-wall designs

Gourmet Cookies | Cookie Gifts | Cookie Gift Baskets | Smiley Cookie Delivery Design Public® – Modern Furniture, Bedding, and Contemporary Design with a Smile Alarm Dock iDevice Material: Beech Wood and Brass Dimensions: 7 x 6.5 x 1.25 inches Download the app! Place an iPhone 4 or 5 onto the Radio Dock, and see an iconic and nostalgic form return to your nightstand or countertop. [Dock utilizes your own phone’s built-in speakers and electronics] The Public Radio app locates up to seven public radio stations that feature NPR programming within a fifty mile radius of your location. Shop fashion online bij dé mooiste boutiques | WINKELSTRAAT.NL Pretty DIY Fabric Feathers Dishtowel I am so ready for spring. I would like to go pick flowers and strawberries and to not have to wear a sweater all the time. I’m a big baby when it comes to weather. Usually when I get all anxious for Spring to come, I try and rush things inside a bit by doing all my spring decorating – as soon as Valentine’s Day is over. It’s my own personal Field of Dreams moment – “If you decorate for it, it will come.” Only I don’t do the creepy whisper. To help hurry things along, I have a new pretty diy fabric feathers dishtowel! So let’s get started with the tutorial! linen, twill or other heavy fabric for dishtowel (you can also use a store bought towel) 20″ x 28″fabric scraps for feathers – 3″ x 8″ for each featherfabric for layer on bottom of dishtowel - 20″ x 4″trims for dishtowel – 20″ of each trimcontrast thread for appliquefusible webbingFabric Feather Pattern Draw or print out a basic feather pattern, or you can use mine. Cut out 5 feather pieces. Trim the corners of the sides.

Boutique de décoration pour la maison : accessoire déco, linge de maison, vaisselle, cuisine, meuble Designermöbel im Onlineshop von ikarus...design. Fabric Transfer DIY I recently posted a couple of old pictures that my dad took and I really wanted to integrate them into a new project. So I used one picture to try out a fabric transfer project using Gel medium. The picture is of my mom and I wanted to capture the vintage feel of the picture, so I decided to transfer it to the back of a denim shirt. Here's how: Supplies: Shirt/piece of fabric, laser printed image, Gel Medium 1. 2. 3. 4. The image transfer probably won't come out as perfect as the original image, but I think that it suits the style and makes it look more unique. All done!

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