Easter day origami
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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
Casket laptopInvented and made Asya39That is, decided to make an unnecessary and confusing for the contents of the book an interesting little thing - the casket. First on the cut missed the adhesive. To cover (a future cap) is not stuck - has paved the film (has a simple transparent file (foliyu)). A few days, all dried up on the battery. Desirable - under pressure to tight pages stuck together and not warped.2.When all dried - tagging a wall thickness of the box (2-3 cm). Prepared,
THE PROBLEM: THE SOLUTION:THE IN-BETWEEN:find rocket shape online and print.use t-shirt scraps to cut out rocket "applique".pin to t-shirt.hand stitch (or machine, but with all the corners i thought by hand would be nice)add some flair.
Dont we all just love rosettes. I believe that there is no better way to welcome spring than with flowers. So keeping in mind my theme for this month - Reinvention or Re purposed jewelry, I would now like to show you a quick way to whip up a rosette brooch/clip in less than 15 minutes (10 with practice :).I have used an old hairband (pony tailer) that had gotten elongated because of use. It can no longer be used as a
Hey here's a post on accessories after a really long time...(I'll accept it that jewelry is much more fun to make). But now faced with an emergency (I need a scarflet desperately) I decided to make one. A re-purposed one.When a newly bought cami tears, I find it very irritating..The only thing the comes out of it is a dust cloth that you use to clean the showcase glasses once and then you throw it away. But what if it can
Add some pretty petals to your swim suit: DIYBefore:Step One: Pick a plain suit. I bought this suit last year on the Gap Clearance rack for 6.98. At the time I was large and pregnant and hoped for a better slimmer summer the next year. Step Two: Cut out squares: 2 inches by 2 inches (I never really measure every single one it takes too long, I just mostly guess)NOTE: You have to use dance/swimwear fabric. It feels like swim suit materiel and drys like it too. Step Three: Fold
In the summer I always want to put my daughter Eden in "easy outfits".... Hence, the embellished Onsie, it doesn't get easier than that!To start I cut out circles of white Jersey Knit fabric (Doesn't fray!)I placed them on shirt trying to figure out where and how many I wanted... I chose Three 1inch circles with three smaller circles in the center for each shoulder.Next I used my sewing machine (Set to zig zag stitch) to sew them on the shoulders.
i have WAY too many stupid scraps!!! i always tell myself i will make some sort of cute hair-thing out of every little tiny extra nothing... who needs that many freaking hair-things!! well... ok... my girls think they do :)i was having a tinkerbell moment when this came to me...a cute pink tank from H&Mcheck out that price (totally made my day)tons of scraps cut into big fat petals(i NEVER measure... sorry but big or small this will be adorable!)make little "petal sandwiches" right
For this ruffled butt onesie no need to cut strips of fabric and finish edges. I used 1 1/2 inch wide organza ribbon. So grab a onesie (a nicer quality one than I had on hand) and some ribbon and you are ready to go.Position the ribbon where you want the ruffle and measure three times the width. Repeat this for each of the three (or more) rows. I had three lengths of ribbon in slightly decreasing size.Place Fray Check
As much as I enjoy sewing, I really don't like mending.But recently we've had an epidemic of holes-in-knees, to the point where children we running out of jeans-options in their wardrobes. I really didn't like the thought of buying replacements - especially for the youngest of each gender - just to get us through the last few months of pants-weather.So here is what I came
I have been thinking of writing a series of posts on mending for a while. Last year, I wrote about how to mend jeans with a rip in the rear… that really rolls off the tongue…. which was practical, but not at all stylish.For those mending projects I don’t have a clue on- such as darning a sock or mending a sweater, I want to find an expert
Someone is growing at our house and her jeans have become to short!So I cut off the legs just above the crotch.I then cut the legs into four equal strips. I left the seam and a bit of fabric on the other side of the seam on each leg piece. If you didn't want to use the legs of the jeans for the ruffle a cute cotton fabric would work great and make an extra cute skirt.Hem one edge on