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Attestation_maladie. Cool DIY Idea: Painting out of River Pebbles. We are going to show you today how to make yourself a painting out of river pebbles. It is a cool DIY idea which is pretty simple to be put into practice. You need the following materials: - Canvas stretched on a frame - Wood board - Decorative golden spray - Flat brush - silicone - Stones of various shapes - Black acrylic paint You can do one painting, but for highly decorative effect, our recommendation is to design more and place them one next to the other. You can find materials, such as sand and gravel from the river, even in the place you go on holiday this summer.

But if you’re anxious to get to work, you can buy decorative pebbles from decoration stores. The stones are glued on a wooden board or other substrate made of a hard material that does not break down under their weight. Fasten Your Seat Belts! DIY Recycled Belt Chair project. Posted by on torsdag, december 8, 2011 · Leave a Comment Using old straps and belts are an easy way to rejuvenate an old piece of furniture. Use your old stuff, or find scrap belts & scrap chairs at your local flea market or thrift store. I found a great DIY video tutorial at Buildipedia which features a great upcycling series called ReHabitat, check out how to make the chair below at (unfortunately I could´t embed it, so visit the link). This is an alternative version of the same hack idea by french artist Yahia Ouled-Moussa, who has used basic old chairs and clad them with bright colored straps by basic weaving technique – the patterned effect is graphic and refreshing.

Leaving the ends undone makes the hack shine through, seemingly ”on-a-whim-casual” (pic via DesignBuzz) Here´s another take, perhaps the most doable one in which a beautiful old chair has gotten a new seat from what appears to be a total of 12 old belts. (ps. DIY: Wine Glass Candle Lamps. Everyone can agree that candlelight can definitely set the right mood either you are preparing a romantic dinner with your loved one ore just want to sped a quiet evening with friends. But candlelight shining through transparent paper can have an even higher impact. We will show you how to make candle lamps out of wine glasses which are very affordable. You can place these on tables and create a unique and intimate atmosphere or even put them on a mirror to make the candlelight seem more shiny. The perfect choice of wine glasses would be the lighter colored ones such as white or beige, as they will let more light to shine out. So here is how to create these by yourself.

You will need: 22cm x 28 cm sheets of vellum / lamp,scissors,decorative bladed scissors,decorative paper punch,glue pen,wine glass,a tealight and floral clay Now the first thing is to acces this website and download the pattern for your lamp. DIY Project: Homemade Plastic Cup Lamp. Cool DIY Idea: Painttableaux modernes avec galets. ou autres2. Brown Paper Flowers Tutorial - La méthode facile pour agencer vos cadres. Parce que j’ai toujours eu une passion pour les accumulations de cadres ou de miroirs sur les murs mais que je ne me suis jamais lancée dans cette aventure, voici un site qui vous permettra d’acheter des cadres (ou vous en trouverez plus près de chez vous) mais surtout qui vous apprendra à agencer vos cadres, et ce n’est pas si simple ! Suivez les schémas et vous aurez (enfin) de jolis murs décorés de jolis cadres !

J’ai trouvé ce DIY décoration sur ce site de vente : Rosette Wreath Tutorial. DIY Sweater pillows - cozy up! This project is a great way to cozy up your couch in the Winter time! Not only does it add warmth and texture to the room they just inviting. Aren’t they? Let’s get started! Materials: sweater – one from your closet or thifted Pillow form measuring tape scissors Needle/thread sewing machine straight pins embellishements (like buttons) – optional —> (don’t forget to share a picture of your pillows if you give this a try!) Step 1: Wash and dry your sweater. Step 2: Place your pillow form onto your sweater lining up one edge of the form with a side of the sweater if possible.

Step 3: Measure around the pillow leaving a margin to sew. Step 4: Slip the pillow form in and hand stitch the opening closed. Embellish if desired. Pillow #2 Sweater rosettes With my 2nd sweater I added different embellishments: Step 1: I cut the cuff off of one sleeve and sewed a basting stitch all the way around one end. Then I pulled it tight and knotted it off. Repeat on the opposite end. and that’s IT! Lampe récup. Dans son Laboratoire Illuminé, Christine Souron nous invite à fabriquer une lampe récup à partir d’une caisse en bois et de 2 boites de conserve. Après avoir teint la caisse, elle vieillit les boîtes grâce à de la crème à ferronnerie et perce des trous qui laisseront passer la lumière.

Elle les recouvre de papier kraft et les installe dans la caisse, puis elle monte le système électrique. Démonstration en vidéo : Matériel utilisé : - 2 boites de conserve de taille différente - Une caisse de vin- Teinte effet vieilli - Pinceau- Papier à poncer très fin - Crème à ferronnerie - chiffon- Perceuse et sa mèche 5/6 mm- Papier kraft - Papier polyphane - Montage électrique : o Gaine o Fil électrique textile beige o Fiche électriqueo interrupteuro 2 Serre-câbleso 2 douilles o Domino o cavaliers - Tournevis, ciseaux, cutter, crayons, pince à dénuder, marteau Devenir fan. Etageres valise{Bees Knees Bungalow} I first saw these in Flea Market Style magazine. Since then, this project has been calling my name. I was waiting until I found the perfect suitcase and one I wouldn't mind: Cutting in half.

I knew when I found the blue vintage suitcase last week.... That my new bedroom shelves were in there, waiting to come out. And they did. The Cabinet Maker made them for me. I brought home the suitcase on Saturday. Here's how he did it: He cut the suitcase in half with a table saw.He cut 3/4" plywood to size, made a 'French Cleat'. I pulled my chalkware statues over. I've had the bike wheel and toy shovel for a while. I've just been waiting to use them. I thought the 'wack' was appropriate. Mission Accomplished. Not a bad project for $14.99 - the cost of the suitcase. It's a seriously charming addition to my bedroom. Bev looks fabulous as shelves, don't you think? Xo Jeanne.