Paper crafts: make a Panda Gift Candy Box tutorial In the summer times, let your kids make a special candy box, this crafts only needs paper
Christmas craft ideas: paper snowflake flower tutorial Snowflake flower tutorial This snowflake is easy to do with the children. Will need: Paper, A4 or A5, scissors, glue and
Paper craft: mother's day card and canvas Whoa. Mother's Day is definitely creeping up on us. Here are a few ideas. It's next Sunday people!!! Last year,
Make a doll is not difficult, need an hour - a half. For the work you need: a piece of stretchable fabric 10 / 15 cm,
Butttons art: 10 unusual ideas of buttons in interior decoration Herringbone from pearlies The real decoration of your home can be this Christmas Tree, which is made
Christmas ornament: Paper Snowflake Tutorial Here is a tutorial for a stunning paper snowflake that is approx. 20 inches in diameter. It's a real show stopper!
Sweet gift boxes for holiday with printable patterns More patterns for making gift boxes Beautiful gift boxes for holiday We continue gift boxes with templates for processing gift
Paper crafts: mini grad cards It's that time of year again - graduation season. I don't know about you, but every year we know of quite
The word "tatting" is borrowed from French. Italians call this type of lace "occhi", ie, the "eyes" (compare with the Russian "eyes"), for its characteristic shape
Here is a great little “what the heck am I going to make for my daughters class party tomorrow?” treat .Yes, this is what I threw
Step 1: Choose a variety of coordinating decorative papers and cut them into 8cm x 4cm strips (you will need six pieces for each decoration) Step
We will learn from the example of a dichroic glass cabochon This would require this: Glue Bikonusy 3 mm Beads number 11 Beads number 15 Delica number 11 Cabochon Oval or teardrop-shaped beads Threads Needle Felt
Recently became involved crocheting, tied a couple of pots, knitted blanket and a bag, but now I knit a hat for his Shrimp and decorate
Mini Book Photo Tutorial My advanced bookbinding class last spring took on the big project of coptic stitch books and so to reward them for all
Female characters in the wonderful works of Eugene Evseeva. 2.Quilling art: Female characters in the wonderful paper art 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. see more: http://foto.mail.ru/mail/evgeniya.evseeva.1948/4
Easter Hen, sewing patterns This little Easter hen can hide a big egg-shaped surprise! This Easter hen is a small, simple package which you can close with Velcro at the bottom and can easily be made with children. Supplies Tools Pins, Sewing needles, Scissors Materials 1 yellow cotton rectangle 20 x15 cm(8 x6 inches), Some pieces of felt: an orange one of 5cm x5 cm(2 inchesx2 inches) and a 6cm x 10cm (2.4 inchesx4 inches) yellow one, 5 cm(2 inches) of Velcro, Matching thread, Fabric glue (optional), Two beads or little buttons for
When I was a kid, my family had a "boo-boo bunny." It was this little terry cloth pocket that you could put an ice cube in and hold onto your various kid boo-boos. Now, I had a wonderful childhood, but I don't often remember many details like that from it. Ask anyone who knows me, I just have a horrible memory when it comes to that stuff. (Although, for some reason I can remember any song lyric that was ever
You will need: Felt fabric scraps thread and needle scissors keychain First, download, print and cut out the owl pattern ;D Then, cut out two pieces of the body. Then, use fabric to cut out the wings. Now, you can cut out a half circle of a different colour of felt. See? Sew it to the body. Then, add the wings. And two buttons for the eyes. Already looks cute, right? Now, cut a triangle to make the beak. Now, cut a strap from the felt to use it as the hanger…. Also take the
Sewing tutorial: Strawberry Mini Pin Cushions One problem I have while hand sewing are the pins. I mean, sure there is that little tomoto where pins can go, but a lot of times I'll wander off with my pinned project, I'll be cutting, and sewing, and I don't want a loose tomoto. I saw these mini strawberries (and the tutorial here) you can attach to your tools to solve this little problem. These also help identify which tool belongs to you in a group of sewers.
So you’re wondering what to do with an unused faux-wool car wash mitt, an old pair of black fleece mitts, and an old pair of black chenille gloves (you’re not alone, it’s been a confounding daily ponderable for me, too). Well, with these items, you can make a new friend. Recycling ideas: sheep plush out of mitts and gloves tutorial That’s right, I made this lovable little sheep using the above variety of mitts and gloves. I picked up the car wash
If you have a lonely glove, tucked away somewhere in the back of a drawer, then why not dust it off and turn it into this adorable chipmunk softie. Recycled Glove: sewing tutorial You can download complete instuctions, provided by crafter and author Miyako Kanamori Recycled Glove
Sewing tutorial: Wash Mitt Ball-Creature! These funky wash mitts are back at the dollar store! Run -- do not walk -- and stock up before they are gone! These things are made of the weirdest, most fun material to create stuff out of! Anyway. Today I will show you how I made a quick, easy, FUN ball out of one of these mitts. Here's what you need: ~ one mitt ~ handful of stuffing ~ needle and thread ~ googly eyes (optional) STEP ONE: Cut your mitt open as shown.
Baby favor: Make your own elephant softie, sewing patterns This is a little elephant softie I made for my daughter. I wanted to try to design something myself rather than use a pattern from someone else. I think it turned out cute though the next time I will make one, I'll definitely make double seams for more endurance. Here is how to make an elephant of your own: Download the free pattern, print it on letter size paper and cut out. (The original
sewing patterns Here’s an easy little fish toy that I made today for the baby. I used fabric scraps, including part of an old neck tie. So far she likes to watch me wiggle the fish tail in front of her. It’s pretty cute. If you want to try making one, there are photos and directions below. Happy fish making! Instructions: First cut out two pieces of fabric into your fish shape. (I used a natural denim fabric.) Then get some small scraps
love bugs - tutorial & pattern!! (and cuteness, as promised!) UPDATE: I have had some emails and comments that the link for the pattern is not working. I believe this is corrected now. If you are unable to download the pattern please email and I will be happy to send it to you! :) As promised - the infestation is here!! I have officially fallen in love with the little guys (and girls) and I hope you will too! This is going to be
Some of my favorite ornaments growing up were these birds that didn’t hang on the tree, but instead wrapped around the branches with wire. They looked so lovely sitting up on the branch and you could pose them anyway you liked. Recently someone told me that in Germany they have little wooden mushrooms on wires and they fill their Christmas tree with them. I thought we should have more wired ornaments. My first idea was a pinecone because they naturally
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