Untitled. How to Decorate a Vase with Hot Glue How to Decorate a Vase with Hot Glue Ready for a super quick craft?
Ok.. all you need is a glass vase/jar/cup/wine bottle, a hot glue gun and a can of spray paint. Ready set GO! Well it might actually take you a few minutes to decide what pattern you will make on the vase with the glue, that is the only difficult part of this tutorial. Basic run through: -Clean your vase. Now go have fun and paint something! Tapestry Animals. Tin/Can - Dosen. Recycled Crafts - Recyclable Crafts for Kids - Recycling Craft Ideas.
This photo originally appeared in FamilyFun Magazine Total Time 2 to 3 hours Ages school-age These friendly robots are more than just good-looking; magnets hold their features in place, making the 'bots the metallic equivalent of a Mr.
Potato Head. What you'll need Tin can Electrical tape (optional) Hardware, and various recyclables such as bottle caps, keys, etc. Sewing 101: embroidered eggs. Some people may get spring fever, but around this time of year, I get egg fever.
Egg decorating is, without a doubt, my all-time favorite holiday-crafting activity. When I came across an image recently of eggs made by Ukrainian folk artist Forostyuk Inna that were embroidered (yes, really embroidered!) , my mind was officially blown. Vintage Photo Mason Jars. Shrinky Dinks Test Lab – The Wrap-up Of It All… [16 Jul 2008 | By Dot | 16 Comment(s) | 33,762 views ] Hope you all enjoyed the shrinky dinks test lab… I sure did!
A reminder, I want to see your creations. If you’re on Flickr, add your pictures to the new Dabbled pool, and/or put a comment here (with a link to your blog) or one of the other Test Lab posts. If we get enough fun stuff, i’ll do a spotlight on readers’ shrinkies :) Also, be sure to check out the comments, because there are alot of talented people who posted their experiences, especially with sealing, and there is good info to be had. Here are links to all the posts, for your ease of reading pleasure. 8 egg craft ideas. What would Easter be without those adorable little eggs?
The sign of new life, new beginnings, a true ‘salute’ to Spring! I have been amazed by the “eggs”traordinary craft ideas being submitted to IShare that involve these amazing little objects! Who knew there were so many things to make and do with eggs? 1. Playing Cards Love Book. 52 Reasons Playing Card Booklet this is a "52 Reasons" booklet i saw once and descided to make for valentine's day!!
Needless to say, it caused an "aaawwwww" and provoced endless kisses!! Always Chrysti - Always Chrysti - 100+ Ways to Creatively Reuse Old Magazines. Two Drawers Repurposed into a "Basket" I woke up too early on Wednesday, 11/16, to a wonderful surprise....my little drawer project was featured by Savvy Southern Style.
I imagine you're aware of Kim's Wow us Wednesday link-up party, but if for some reason you've missed it...you should definitely check it out. DIY Idea: Make a Decorative Ampersand! ...or whatever character your heart desires. Love the letter "C"? The number "5"? This easy DIY decor project is customizable, great looking, and practically free! Using scrap wood, nails, and string, blogger and craft lover Elise Blaha created this charming decorative ampersand. The Pinterest Challenge. A little bit ago, Sherry from Young House Love got together with a few of her friends and issued a Pinterest challenge, the idea being to actually use Pinterest to inspire you to make something, and not just to glamour you like a time-sucking vampire with the pretty colors.
Oooooo, pretty colors. A Starburst Mirror for the Dining Room. I’ve been ‘oohing’ and ‘ahhing” over all the Starburst Mirrors out there.
I think they’re just gorgeous. But I couldn’t really find one to fit my style. I’ve been wanting one for our dining room – I have the perfect little 1/4 wall for it. ;) Well after looking and plotting and trying to figure out materials – I had the idea that since it was for the dining room, it might look cute made from Silverware! After much debate on layout (Mr. F.T. absolutely LOVES being a craft adviser, haha) and lots of glue, this is what I came up with!!
Crystal Egg Geodes - Martha Stewart Easter. Geodes can be grown without using egg dye.
The resulting crystals are clear to milky white, like quartz. While large chicken eggshells are suggested in this process, larger eggshells can be used. Simply increase the size of the plastic or glass container and double or triple the amounts of dye (1 packet), alum (3/4 part), and water (2 parts) used to create the growing solution. This Easter craft from Jim "Figgy" Noonan doubles as a science project, offering an opportunity to show kids the crystallization process at work. 31 Ways to Use a Mason Jar in Your Kitchen. How To Make Terra Cotta Pot Pendant Lamps Apartment Therapy Design Evenings. At last night's Apartment Therapy Design Evening, we heard from a couple of readers who presented their original DIY projects in front of a sold-out crowd.
For those who weren't able to make it, here are the full instructions for making Robin Horton's Terra Cotta Pot Pendant Lamps. Robin Horton of Urban Gardens came up with this clever DIY lamp for a potting shed they converted into a "Creative Garden Retreat". They used ordinary reclaimed terra cotta garden pots, turned them upside down, added a ceiling cord set, and hung them as ceiling pendant lamps, bringing a bit of garden to an indoor room.
Previous image Next image What You Need• Terracotta Garden Pots• Ceiling Cord Set (find at IKEA or Home Depot, or here if you prefer cloth cords)• Toggle-bolt hooks to hang the lamp Step By Step Instructions Note: You will likely need to enlarge the drainage hole on the bottom of the pot to accommodate the cord socket. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Thanks, Robin! DIY vintage tins. How many of you have Christmas tins (or any tin for that matter) that just don't make the cut on being cute enough and will most likely be in the garbage in one week? Well, I have plenty. Flannel Lanterns.