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Easter day origami
Have you been like me and just loved on those adorable fabric roses and wanted to make some of your own? Well today wait no
Paper flowers (MC)We will need:- Corrugated paper- Scissors- White floral tape- White floral wire- Glue- Small beadsInstructions:1.Cut a strip of paper about 4-5 inches (10-13
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I like sea shell flower scarves. Nice pattern and made special by beads.
Beading color flower for jewelry and...For work, we need ordinary polyester thread, bead needle (and preferably several, as they quickly break down), glass-cutting of multiple
Recyclig paperr: Roses made of corve notebookКладем склеенные розочки на просушку:
Can a tropical island located in the usual German village between Berlin and Dresden? Yes, easily! Moreover, this has really exists, and no one is not particularly
I love jewelry- a lot. I rarely wear it (only on Sundays) and I have tacky 90 year old grandma pretty funky taste so I feel guilty
How to make bow and felt flower
1. I am in love with your blog, Hello!Self, not only is it gorgeous, but it hits right at the heart of celebrations…creating memorable moments
T-shirt Scarf TutorialMy Readers, Time for a super easy tutorial. I'm giving away one of my secrets so get ready! This is a simple jersey scarf made from a plain t-shirt. I get mine for $1-$2 at the thrift store. That is all this craft will cost you! Here's what you need: an old men/women's XL t-shirt (XXL works too), scissors, and a flat space to work. Easy, right? Step 1. Lay the shirt flat and line up the
This is the tutorial with which I presented myself atMaries Cozy Corner.I call it the Crochet delight necklace tutorial.For this necklace I used some wooden rings left from a model making project.I crocheted all around the rings .As you can see, I used all the pinks and purples for this one! Work on the colors and the design.When I work on my necklaces I want to step out a bit further and make it unusual so this was no exception.
A while ago, Nikki emailed me commenting on my post about Hawaii. It turned out we both grew up there. We started talking via emails and here I am, guest posting. My tutorial is a yarn lei. It's a thing all keikis (children) in Hawaii learn to make. This would be great if you are planning a luau or want to teach your children something new. Supplies:yarnscissors1. Take the tip from the ball of yarn and have it come from
You probably have a handprint of your littleone recorded in plaster somewhere but it’s notexactly something that you can carry with you.With this fingerprint pendant, you can create aprecious keepsake as well as a one-of-a-kindpiece of jewelry! *click on pictures to enlarge*Materials:white polymer clay*32″ waxed string or your preference**round wood toothpick or skewersmooth round-bodied pentrimmed plastic lidwax paper to work on1: roll a small ball of clay (about a ½” in diameter)2: use your round pen as a
T-shirt Scarf Tutorial RevisitedHey Readers, I promised you an addition to the scarf I made and her it is! We are going to start at Step 3, only this time we are cutting all the way to the end. This leaves you roughly fourteen long loops. Now, pick up a loop and begin winding it around your hand like so: You don't want to wrap too tightly or too many times. This will effect how long your scarf turns out.
The holidays are such a great time to do craft projects. With the weather getting colder and family and friends all around it's the perfect time to settle in and do something creative. The only problem is that with all the parties, cooking, and traveling it's sometimes hard to find the time to indulge in the crafty aspects of the holidays.This project is the perfect antidote to the holiday time crunch. It's quick and easy and requires very little sewing.
Purple Flower Friendship BraceletInstructions 1Sort out your threads and make sure that your three green threads are on top. They shouldn't match up like in a normal arrow bracelet. (steps 2-5 might make this even more confusing, so skip reading them if it makes it easier. It's just to do the arrow bracelet)2Start making knots towards the center, like in a typical arrow bracelet (a pattern which can be found in any cheap bracelet book, or maybe even here on CO+K)3Make
So I was browsing some high end designer jewelry a while back, and though I never buy designer things, it's sometimes interesting to look through such items. I came across this bracelet that i thought was really cute...except it was $385!the $385 bracelet.Looked simple enough. So I decided to make my own; except with brass chain, since well, I like brass chain better. the materials.- Thick curb chain (I used brass chain from Michael's, $2.99)- Embroidery thread, of your color choice(s).-
JesseJov's video tutorial shows wirewrapping beads around a large washer to make a really neat pendant.beadinggem.com
Knicky Knitwear - Hand Crocheted NecklaceSmall, finely crocheted cotton flowers, individually hand made and embellished with beads are joined together to create pretty necklaces, bracelets and brooches. Lovely to wear for casual summer days or for special occasions. They make the perfect wedding accessories for bridesmaids, or for the bride herself. Hand Crocheted BraceletHand Crocheted BraceletNicky Mills began Knicky Knitwear in the 1970’s creating hand knitted and then machine knitted garments for adults. Children’s knitwear designs soon followed. These children’s garments
Circuit Breaker necklaceOver the summer, I helped a friend clean out a storage unit. Everything had to go, except for the few small items that caught my eye for future use. Two boxes of different colored fuses? Why not...I'll think of something to do with them!Materials and ToolsFuses of different colors28 gauge colored craft wireSeed beads, sizes 11/0 and 8/0Beading wire4 crimps4-5 mm round beadsMagnetic claspWire cuttersFlat nose pliers1. Cut off a 5 to 6 foot piece of colored craft
wire and ribbon necklaceBlue Bells has no clasp, so make sure that you string the necklace long enough to fit comfortably over your head. I used some terrific multi-colored ribbon-style yarn to make this necklace, but feel free to experiment with the fabulous array of fibers that are available these days!Materials:Ribbon yarn28 gauge wireCzech crystals or other beadsBeading wire2 crimps2 dozen Indian bells2 large-holed silver beadsSmall beads, approximately 4 mmTools:Large crochet hookScissorsWire cuttersChain nose pliers1. String 50 Czech crystals onto 28