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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
Free Tattoo Designs ImagesWhat is more, do take note that the Tattoo Me Now website is more than just tattoo me now Design a Tattoo
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
14" Pillow Dimensions:Pillow Pieces: 15 x 15, 15 x 12 & 15 x 9Circle Sizes: 2-3/4" & 2"Pillow Insert 14"16" Pillow Dimensions:Pillow Pieces: 17 x 17, 17 x 13 &17 x 10Circle Sizes: 3-1/8" & 2-1/4"Pillow Insert 16"After I was satisfied with the 14" pillow I found some fabric that was perfect for my living room, (the front was a discontinued fabric sample piece which they were selling at JoAnn Fabrics for $1) to make a 16"
Christmas Guest Post Seriessupplies:(my crafting philosophy is all about using what you have and making it work for you, so i see most of this as a guideline)scissorshot glue (a crafty girl's best friend),sewing machine (or needle and thread since there is minimal sewing involved)ribbon (just a few inches worth)embellishments (puff paint, buttons, and sequins)fabric in two colors (i'm using wool fabric upcycled from thirft store skirts) but you can use whatever you have. if it's not heavy enough just
I've had a lot of requests on how to make a simple valentine hair clip so here you go!Suppliesfeltscissorsbuttonhair clipneedle embroidery threadpinMake a heart template out of thick paper by folding it in half and drawing half a heart.Cut out template.Trace around heart onto felt.Cut out two hearts. Pin both hearts together.Using 3 strands of embroidery floss, sew a blanket stitch around the out side edge of both hearts.For the center
Here's a little friendly 'pillar ready to keep an eye on your shades this summer!This design can be done in any color combination using whatever felt and fabrics you've got around. My first version was red and I used felt balls to create the caterpillar. For this tutorial, I decided to make one up with a button caterpillar instead to show variation.Materials:Felted wool sweater scrap, about 8" squarePrint fabric
Last Friday, I mentioned there possibly was a tutorial in the works . It's been tested now over the weekend and she loves it - and so do I! So, here's a tutorial for a fancy ruffled messenger bag!This bag sort of happened. The only requirements were it had to be a messenger bag and the strap needed to be adjustable. And it definitely needed frills of some sort as little H. is a girly girl. Hence,
As already mentioned in my previous post I did take pictures of every step in the process of making my new little toiletry bag. Being only one step away from a tutorial, I decided to write down everything now that it's still fresh in my mind. So, that's what I have ready for you today: a new tutorial!There are several reasons why I like this project. Most importantly, the way in which a much loved shirt was put to a
Good Morning!!! Ah, it's really good to be back after some R&R and limited internet time. So what did I do?Well, I thought a lot.....and no, I don't need a whole two weeks off to do that. I was thinking interesting thoughts rather than functional thoughts like "There's no food in the fridge, what are we gonna eat tonight?" No, my thoughts revolved around
My t-shirt is almost ready: it just needs a few more petals. It's comfortable and the pattern is modeled after one of my favorite shirts. The stitching is a bit rough, one where I don't concentrate that much on what I stitch, but that I stitch and it worked well. It's my "beginning of summer shirt" and ready to be worn.There was a tool advertisement on the back and
they each made a heat therapy cherry pit pillow. Big girl M. made the most gorgeous tote, big enough to fit a large sized book in it. And they both made a little linen pouch for their cousins, with their cousins' names embroidered on it - too bad I didn't have time to take pictures as these were REALLY cute. For all of these projects, all I did was provide the fabric, cut the fabric and
What does Greta Garbo have to do with annekata? Nothing, really....except, we wear similar hats. And if you want to look like Greta this winter, here's a little holiday gift. Make you very own "Garbo Hat". To finish it off, just add some red lipstick. (To the lips, not the hat.)This hat can be easily sewn in an afternoon without a sewing machine. Don't
Here is the fully lined deluxe version of the "Garbo Hat". Sew the hat until the last step where the band is folded. STOP. Sew another hat the same way, which will be the lining, exactly like the first with a band 1.75 inches wide. The two parts are now ready to be joined together:The outside of the hat above is heavy tweed
I found some spare time to finally write down the tutorial I promised last week. The bag has been used extensively lately, and I must say it's one of my favorites (didn't I say that of every single one of my bags?). It's sturdy, carries quite a bit and yet it still looks elegant, if I may say so myself. And it's so simple to make. Ready?!Here is what you need:- enough denim, canvas, or any other