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We’re feeling extra bubbly today (pun intended)! Remember Kara and Andrew’s wedding? Well, we fell in love with their glass bubble ceiling so much that we scoured the interweb for more bubbly goodness.
Lagolinea sounds a little like LEGO, and while there is no overt resemblance, there is a modular, interactive and constructive method to the madness of this series from Lago that does recall those classic construction toys.
I love the look of family photos printed on canvas, but I never knew I could make them at home! After transferring photos to fabric , I was super excited to try some pieces using stretched canvas. I hope this inspires some of you to make something special for your home... Here's how I transferred my photo to canvas: 1. Supplies needed- stretched canvas (I chose an 8x10 size), gel medium (I used this kind from Liquidex ), paint brush and the image you want to transfer (laser copy) and a spray bottle filled with water.
Turn your free TJCC membership into your online crafty resume! That’s right, everything you upload to the site will remain here beautifully stored, forever.
Via plus.google.com I can't help but share with everyone another part of my unique clock finds. That one up there, is it really factual? Will those formulas, fractions, other formulas of mathematical problems come up with numbers 1 to 12?
Turn your walls into living pieces of art with these plants in a pocket! We’ve shared with you a few ways that you can “green” your walls, such as how a damaged chopping block can become beautiful wall art , the cool designs of Wall Flats 3D wallpaper and where the recycled wallpaper wild things are . Well, here’s a way that you can literally green your walls…with live plants! Miguel Nelson, artist and founder of WoollyPocket.com , happily introduces Wally , the modular living wall system that you can put up just about anywhere. Wallys are vertical felt wall planters that are made from recycled plastic bottles. They’re basically huge pockets that you hang on the wall, fill with soil and then grow plants in.