Posts Tagged: project

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

Bloom Baubles

Please enjoy this free tutorial for Bloom Baubles from SAKYNA MagazineInspired by Japanese farmer Masanobu Fukuoka’s revival of the ancient Japanese cultivation use of nendo dango or earth balls, Bloom Baubles provide a nurturing and protective environment for seedlings. Instead of a

Bloom Baubles

Please enjoy this free tutorial for Bloom Baubles from SAKYNA MagazineInspired by Japanese farmer Masanobu Fukuoka’s revival of the ancient Japanese cultivation use of nendo dango or earth balls, Bloom Baubles provide a nurturing and protective environment for seedlings. Instead of a

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

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

DIY Spooky Halloween Mirror

365daysofhalloween: DIY Spooky Halloween Mirror – a small old looking frame (thrift store) – an old book with creepy photos/images (thrift store) – razor blade for scraping -glossy black spray paint 1. Take the mirror apart. 2. Cut out the

DIY Spooky Halloween Mirror

365daysofhalloween: DIY Spooky Halloween Mirror – a small old looking frame (thrift store) – an old book with creepy photos/images (thrift store) – razor blade for scraping -glossy black spray paint 1. Take the mirror apart. 2. Cut out the

Lace Heart Garland Tutorial

handmadebrigade: Materials: Assorted Lace Heart Shaped Cookie Cutter (I’m sure other shapes will be fine too) Mod Podge A Paint Brush Needle and Thread (I think I’d use fishing line instead) Scissors Directions Use a paint brush to spread a

Lace Heart Garland Tutorial

handmadebrigade: Materials: Assorted Lace Heart Shaped Cookie Cutter (I’m sure other shapes will be fine too) Mod Podge A Paint Brush Needle and Thread (I think I’d use fishing line instead) Scissors Directions Use a paint brush to spread a