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Fixing things up or giving them a fresh look doesn't have to cost a fortune. Sometimes it seems like a project can snowball, but these simple diy activities won't break the bank and, in fact, will barely have you breaking a sweat. Everything on the list is sure to cost you less than $20 and very little of your time. TOP ROW • 1 How To Print DIY Patterned Fabric • 2 DIY Faux-Paneled Rooms • 3 DIY Small Space Pallet Garden • 4 How To Make a Block Print Rug Using a Welcome Mat • 5 Blueprint File Cabinet Makeover MIDDLE ROW • 6 How to DIY Blake's Belted Chair • 7 DIY River Rock Boot Trays • 8 Before & After: The Pretty Painted Sofa Makeover • 9 Before & After: Spray Painted Chevron Carpet • 10 The Crazy Colorful $16 Stairway Makeover BOTTOM ROW • 11 Crazy Cool Chevron for Your Ceiling • 12 Small Project: Sprucing Up Inside the Cabinets • 13 DIY Project: Shave Your Own Rug Design • 14 Make Faux-Bronze Animal Bookends On The Cheap • 15 Back To School DIY: Melted Crayons on Canvas
Well, it's official. My friend is now in Brazil. Olá, meu amigo Robyn , over the equator and far away!
This Easter craft from TV crafter Jim "Figgy" Noonan doubles as a science project, offering an opportunity to show kids the crystallization process at work. To make a fluorescent variation for Halloween, substitute the water and egg dye solution with Glow Water . Tools and Materials
Design is not always about expensive branded items. At times, it is about human ingenuity which surprises us occasionally by finding use in what appears useless. We hope this post inspires you to seek new ways to ‘Reduce, Re-use and Recyle…’ Mieulin believes you can make a box out of used plastic bottles.
Given that title and my penchant for puns, I'm guessing it will take you guys exactly 3.7 seconds to guess what my new jewelry stand is made from: Aw, you only needed two seconds, didn't you? I knew it. Yep, this pretty green number is made from four plastic Mountain Dew bottles and exactly $3.72 worth of materials from the hardware store. Not too shabby.
A while back ago I purchased a Jenga wood block game on sale for just $3.99.
November 1st, 2011 I’m preparing for a couple of craft fairs (details coming soon) at the moment and decided to have a go at making some Festive decorations by recycling some drinks cans I’ve been collecting. I found this tutorial the other day and thought I could adapt it to me own needs.
Først skal du have fat i perler, hvis du ikke allerede har dem, du kan købe dem billigt i f.eks. IKEA 1. Du skal have fat i skåle som kan tåle at gå i ovnen, når du har dem smøre du dem ind i almindelig mad olie, du kan bruge køkkenrulle til at smøre olien rundt i skålen, – Olien gør at perlerne slipper skålen med det samme når den er færdig 2. så drysser du perlerne rundt i skålen, brug hånden til at fordele dem op af siderne, sørg for der ikke er for store huller i melllem perlerne 3.
If the sun seems to peer right into your window, give it something pretty to look at -- and through.
Check out the 31 ways paint chips are used in all kinds of projects!! Some of these you may have seen around blogland others are from Etsy. 1.PaintswatchWall 2.
Whether you are a crafter or a sewing fashionista, you will enjoy dyeing buttons. It’s fun and easy to do. Most white buttons are made out of nylon or some type of plastic.
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