Category Archives: Projects

DIY Jenga Keychain

{…} Here’s what you’ll need:- Wooden blocks – Decorative paper (scrapbook page, map, sheet music, pretty wrapping paper, pages of a book, ect…) – Screw eye – Key ring – Round nose pliers – Mod Podge – Brush – Pencil

DIY Jenga Keychain

{…} Here’s what you’ll need:- Wooden blocks – Decorative paper (scrapbook page, map, sheet music, pretty wrapping paper, pages of a book, ect…) – Screw eye – Key ring – Round nose pliers – Mod Podge – Brush – Pencil

Shaving Cream Marbling

What you’ll need: – 1 can shaving cream (the foamy white kind, not a gel type) {I STRONGLY recommend Barbasol, usually works great.} – 1 shallow dish or tray large enough for your paper – Colorant (You can use tempera, acrylic or

Shaving Cream Marbling

What you’ll need: – 1 can shaving cream (the foamy white kind, not a gel type) {I STRONGLY recommend Barbasol, usually works great.} – 1 shallow dish or tray large enough for your paper – Colorant (You can use tempera, acrylic or

Etsy Papier-mâché Bowl

DIY: Etsy Papier-mâché Bowl Supplies: Balloon(s), Newspaper or Magazines Papier-mâché Glue or Modge Podge Paint or Sealant/Varnish Inflate the balloon, and glue one layer of newspaper strips to the balloon. Wait for it to dry completely and add another layer. I

Etsy Papier-mâché Bowl

DIY: Etsy Papier-mâché Bowl Supplies: Balloon(s), Newspaper or Magazines Papier-mâché Glue or Modge Podge Paint or Sealant/Varnish Inflate the balloon, and glue one layer of newspaper strips to the balloon. Wait for it to dry completely and add another layer. I

DIY Terrariums

Supplies: glass vase small plate pebbles soil moss small plant with shallow roots You can find a list of the best plants for terrariums here. Place some small stones or pebbles on the plates. Wet a handful of soil and place

DIY Terrariums

Supplies: glass vase small plate pebbles soil moss small plant with shallow roots You can find a list of the best plants for terrariums here. Place some small stones or pebbles on the plates. Wet a handful of soil and place

Spooky Halloween Terrariums

STEP 1: First, wash each container and dry thoroughly. Choose a sturdy twig that’s slightly shorter than the jar and hot-glue it to the inside of the lid, so that the twig sticks straight up. STEP 2: Hot-glue plastic bugs to the

Spooky Halloween Terrariums

STEP 1: First, wash each container and dry thoroughly. Choose a sturdy twig that’s slightly shorter than the jar and hot-glue it to the inside of the lid, so that the twig sticks straight up. STEP 2: Hot-glue plastic bugs to the

Lace Balloons

sin-vida: Step one: Blow up a balloon. Step two: Soak any piece of cute cloth or lace in wallpaper glue. Step three: When putting the cloth on the balloon, make sure the sides overlap each other so it stays formed

Lace Balloons

sin-vida: Step one: Blow up a balloon. Step two: Soak any piece of cute cloth or lace in wallpaper glue. Step three: When putting the cloth on the balloon, make sure the sides overlap each other so it stays formed

Knitted Light

therhumboogie: By llot llov, another cool and quirky interior lighting design that also is constructed with knitting, this seems to be a really on trend, flexible way to control your lighting sources. “The knitted light object Matt promises its user

Knitted Light

therhumboogie: By llot llov, another cool and quirky interior lighting design that also is constructed with knitting, this seems to be a really on trend, flexible way to control your lighting sources. “The knitted light object Matt promises its user