DIY Cut-Out Collar Shirt. 7 Ideas For Storing and Organizing Your Beauty Loot Like a Champ: Girls in the Beauty Department. Oh, Pinterest, that loveable holder of great ideas—it's full of inspiration that'll get your beauty loot under control.
Here are a few you can steal! Genius idea 1: Use Ikea spice racks for you to hold your hair supplies: Source: suiterevival.blogspot.com via Beth on Pinterest Genius idea 2: Hang a jewelry box on the wall and tuck all sorts of stuff in it. Source: shelterness.com via Beth on Pinterest. Easy DIY Wall Art For Your Home - iVillage. How to Make Book Earrings.
More Design Please - MoreDesignPlease - DIY Doily Lamp. Amazing DIY & Crafts Ideas. DIY: Dry-Erase Calendar. Since joining the Pinterest world, I have found so many things that I want to make!
One that caught my attention was a dry-erase calendar. So, I decided to make one for my office out of green paint chips. When I went to Wal-Mart, the cashier gave me the "stink eye" because I was carrying LOTS of paint chips. I bet the thought going through her mind was, "I can't believe she's getting all those paint chips for free! " How To Make a Secret Hollow Book: The first step into making the hollow book is to select a book.
Make sure this is a book your own, and not one belonging to the library, or your family. I suggest rummaging through books at yard/garage sales. Make sure it is a hardback; otherwise you will cut all the way through the other side when you are cutting out the insides.You'll also need: Elmer's white gluea container to hold glue solution (I've chosen a film canister)X-acto knife, and/or box cutter. Both if you have thembrush to apply glue solutionpencil/penruler, or other rigid straight edgeSelect a page that you want to be the first one cut out, and save that page to be cut out at the end. Mix a solution of white glue and water. Holding the remaining pages together, brush the edges with the glue solution - enough to soak in pretty well, but not too drippy. Allow this to dry, but use a spacer so the first couple pages, and the front cover don't get stuck.
When dry, open the book to the first glued page. Salvaged drawers = modular bookcase. I picked up these drawers on Freecycle.
They were salvaged from the kitchen of a 1940s house that was demolished. My original plan was to put the drawers on wheels and use them as under-bed storage. Turns out, no two drawers are the same height, which would look janky. So I tried stacking them vertically instead (anchoring them to the wall, of course). You could also hang these drawers as individual shadowboxes. Awesome DIY Ideas With Wine Corks.
Melted Crayon Art. Perhaps I should begin this post by introducing you to my mom, also known as Her Ladyship Craftiness…er, Her Royal Craftiness?
I’m still working on the title. Regardless, she’s the coolest, most creative and talented woman I know. She can make pretty much anything. At least once during high school, I borrowed a friend’s purse, brought it home to Mom, and she whipped one up just like it for me. Yes, I probably abused the power of being Her Ladyship’s daughter, and I no longer steal my friends’ purses, but the point is: my mom is awesome. If you follow Young House Love, Bower Power, Making a House a Home, or Style by Emily Henderson you know how timely her visit was, as today is the big reveal for the Pinterest Challenge. The supplies were pretty simple: canvas, crayons, and hot glue. The next step was to peel off the paper labels from all 60 crayons. It worked like a charm. What do you think of our masterpiece? Total money spent: $9.60 Total time spent: about 1½ hours. The Perfect Gift: Yarn Ball Bookmark. Created by Jane from See Jane Blog .
Edited by Amy Christie. Has the weather turned cold where you live? In my neighborhood, temperatures have dropped and my instincts are to spend the day cozied up with a favorite book and favorite mug full of hot cocoa. Are you the same? Crafty Mason Jar Decorations. A real hands on craft! Alginate/plaster of paris sculptures. I love crafts and I love new things.
When I get to craft with new supplies or techniques, I totally flip. So, I bought a couple boxes of plaster of Paris a while back ago with no real intentions on how to use the stuff. Searching Amazon on my phone out of boredom one day I ran into the most awesome stuff – alginate. Now, what is alginate you might ask? Have you ever been to the dentist and had to sit with that awful purple goop in these plastic trays? So, I bought six pounds of the stuff, straight off of my phone with no idea what to do with it.