Posts Tagged: decorating

Playing Card Ornaments

{Check out more ideas for using those extra playing cards at the source, link below. Said link has more links to a variety of cool things. Might post some here too. Really, how many pikachu and oddish could you NEED

Playing Card Ornaments

{Check out more ideas for using those extra playing cards at the source, link below. Said link has more links to a variety of cool things. Might post some here too. Really, how many pikachu and oddish could you NEED

Onion Eggs

Here are some easter eggs, dyed using a technique my mum taught me.You place a pretty leaf or flower on a blown egg, cover it with a piece of stocking and secure it with a rubber band so that the

Onion Eggs

Here are some easter eggs, dyed using a technique my mum taught me.You place a pretty leaf or flower on a blown egg, cover it with a piece of stocking and secure it with a rubber band so that the

Patterned Easter Eggs

{…} I started with patterned hosiery, wrapping squares of it around eggs, then securing it with a rubber band in the back and dipping it into a dye bath. I was surprised at how clearly the intricate designs showed up

Patterned Easter Eggs

{…} I started with patterned hosiery, wrapping squares of it around eggs, then securing it with a rubber band in the back and dipping it into a dye bath. I was surprised at how clearly the intricate designs showed up

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

Kool-Eggs

  In the 90s, I dyed my hair with Kool-Aid. Last year, I dyed yarn with Kool-Aid. And this year, we’re dyeing Easter eggs with Kool-Aid. I mean, why not? It smells fruity and awesome. It makes me nostalgic for hot summer

Kool-Eggs

  In the 90s, I dyed my hair with Kool-Aid. Last year, I dyed yarn with Kool-Aid. And this year, we’re dyeing Easter eggs with Kool-Aid. I mean, why not? It smells fruity and awesome. It makes me nostalgic for hot summer

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

Epsom Salt Snow Candles

thediypanda: simply fill a clean mason jar with as much Epsom salt as you would like, and add a pretty candle! Another simple candle idea, pick out some candles of your choice, paint with modge podge, roll in Epsom salt,

Epsom Salt Snow Candles

thediypanda: simply fill a clean mason jar with as much Epsom salt as you would like, and add a pretty candle! Another simple candle idea, pick out some candles of your choice, paint with modge podge, roll in Epsom salt,