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  • Chickens from the beads

    Beading and knotting, Easter's day, Holiday & seasonal crafts  |  0 Commentchickens from the beads

    2. 3. 4. 5. Materials and tools: 1.Biser. The chicken: yellow, orange, black. On the chocolate hare: chocolate, dark chocolate, white, black. 2.Payetki white small. Super-3.Nitki. 4.Igly for beads. 5.Holofayber (gasket). Cut the thread length of approximately 2 m. Secures the first bead. 6. Dress has 3 and closed in the ring. 7. The technique of mosaic weaving whips the second row. 8. Dressing up, the last bead the second row, skipping the needle through the two beads (at the end of each row skipping the needle through 2 beads, rather than one). 9. Scourge third row. Stringing beads for 2 to expand the body. 10. At the end of the series, do

  • How to cut a snowflake

    Christmas's day, Cutting paper, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Kirigami, Paper crafts  |  0 Commenthow to cut a snowflake

    New Year's Eve, many make crafts for the New Year, or at least try to cut out snowflakes from paper. I suggest that you several options for how to cut snowflakes and surprise everyone. How to cut a snowflake Kirigami snowflakes more ideas             Source: http://podelkidoma.ru

  • Mini Herringbone bead for Christmas gift

    Beading and knotting, Christmas's day, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Making flower  |  4 Commentsmini herringbone bead for christmas gift

    We need green and clear beads, oval bead, monofilament, the pin with a ball, toothpick. Mini Herringbone bead for Christmas gift So, let's begin. Take the oval bead, I took Amber. Take a bead diameter of 2 cm and a bottom connected to it with glue "Moment" plastic or metal ring to bead was more stable. In a hole beads insert the wand, you can paste it right away. Of green and clear beads nizhem fir twigs, according to the scheme. Need to work on the fishing line to keep the shape of branches. Make a ring of eight

  • Pumpkin for Halloween for children

    Cutting paper, Hallooween's day, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Origami, Paper crafts  |  0 Commentpumpkin for halloween for children

    small, sweet Pumpkin appeal to any child. For the work you need nothing at all: - Orange kardstok; - A small piece of kraft paper; - 2 Brads, preferably with a longer legs; - Cut the cord; - Some kind of raffia; - Candy or eggs Kinder Surprise; - Tools: punch, scissors and a pencil. Step 1. Make a dense cardboard template of 14 cm in length and about 5 inches wide in the middle. A pattern cut out 6 items from the orange kardstoka. Punch holes to make kontsay petals.  Step 2. From raffia pile laminated bow. I just cut raffia

  • Pleated Plaid Skirt

    Needle crafts, Sewing, Skirts  |  0 Commentpleated plaid skirt

    I used a yard of this plaid fabric and had plenty left over. I also used a bit of an "elastic for the back waist. Start with a (crude) sketch of the dimensions of the skirt. I wanted pleats starting below a 4 "yoke. There are several ways to make the yoke. You can make a rectangle that fits around the hip, sew the sides up and insert elastic in the waistband, like a typical rectangular gathered skirt. You could also cut a fitted yoke for the front and back and insert a zipper at the

  • Notebook Scrapbooking tutorial

    Paper crafts, Scrapbooking, Sewing, Wrapping and Packaging  |  0 Commentnotebook scrapbooking tutorial

    Here are the pieces you'll need for a planner that measures 6 "x 9" approx. Cut 2 "13" x 10 "main fabric pieces Cut 2 "13" X 10 "fusible interfacing (I use Pellon 809/Decor Bond) Cut 2 ~ 11 "x 10" coordinating fabric pieces for inside / side pockets. Cut 2 ~ 5 "x 5" coordinating fabric pieces for inside square pocket. Cut 1 ~ 4 "x 18" coordinating fabric piece for ruffle in front. Cut 1 ~ 3 "x 10" coordinating fabric piece for strip over ruffle. Cut a ~ 1.5 "x 10" fusible interfacing Cut a

  • A-Line Skirt tutorial

    Needle crafts, Sewing, Skirts  |  0 Commenta-line skirt tutorial

    Today's project is a basic A-Line skirt. It's fitted at the waist through the hip but roomy in the thigh. This is important because we're making it in a knit, and knits can cling. Eep! I picked french terry because it is a robust knit and very easy to sew. It is thick, non-clingy, doesn't need interfacing and has a nice weight for a skirt. It also has a nice stretch but behaves much like a woven when under the presser foot. This means it can take top-stitching! I used a universal needle (after trying out a ballpoint

  • Accessories for hair: infant hair clippie Instructions

    Making flower, Sewing  |  0 Commentaccessories for hair: infant hair clippie instructions

    How to make Infant hair clippie   Things needed: 3/8 Grosgrain ribbon, Alligator clip, hot glue. Start: 1.Cut three strips of 3/8 inch ribbon 4.5 inches 4 inches and 1 inch long and heatseal the ends. 2.Line your alligator clip using the 4.5inch strip.(partial takes 4.5 inches and fully lined takes 7 inches ribbon). 3.Take the 4 inch strip glue the ends together and make it like a circle. Then press the center and glue inbetween the ribbon.Now it looks like a tie bow. 4. Glue the tie bow on top of the alligator clip. 5. Use the third

  • Tiered skirt tutorial

    Needle crafts, Sewing, Skirts  |  0 Commenttiered skirt tutorial

    In a typical tiered gathered skirt, there is a roughly consistent ratio of widths between the tiers. Many people use a 1: 1.5 to 1:2 ratio. Usually, the waistband of the skirt is a gathered elastic casing. The waistband of the skirt is also usually of a larger circumference than the wearer's waist, and gathered to size by the elastic.Like this: The picture below shows an example of the ratio of widths in the tiers of a skirt. Everyone knows how to make an elastic-casing waisted skirt, so I thought today we'd do one of

  • Gift presents: Make A Terrarium

    Garden, Home and garden  |  0 Commentgift presents: make a terrarium

    Terrariums are a fun and versatile way to enjoy landscaping indoors! These small natural arrangements are easy to create and maintain, and the enclosed containers protect them from assaults by kids or pets. This craft is both “green” and inexpensive – you may already have everything you need to make one! DIY Materials: Any enclosed container with a bottom, such as a Mason jar, fish bowl, vase, bell jar, hurricane lamp, or covered cake stand. If you don’t own anything suitable, thrift stores usually have a great selection of these items. Glass

  • Wedding cushion tutorial

    Bead embroidery, Embroidery, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Needle crafts, Pillows, Sewing, Wedding day  |  0 Commentwedding cushion tutorial

    Elegant original element of the wedding ring is a cushion under which you can easily produce their own hands, thereby emphasizing the exclusivity of taste and give an extra touch of solemnity of the event. Pillow can be made any shape, color, differently decorated, depending on how much is enough imagination. 1. 2. Materials: satin milk-white (at least 26h52 cm) Average pearls (? 0.5 mm) Satin Ribbons (width 0,6 and 1,3 cm) Lace (length ~ 2.3 m) Paetki (14 pcs.) White beads (3 pcs.) white thread Silver thread Sintepon (minimum 25h150 cm) 3. Circles: diameter 26

  • Bride Purse tutorial

    Bags, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Needle crafts, Sewing, Wedding day  |  0 Commentbride purse tutorial

    For many of the ladies handbag plays an important role in creating a certain image. Anyway, every woman wants to stand out, to have such a thing, which would not be in others. We offer one of the options as possible to make a handbag, which is not and can not be in another person by virtue of its exclusivity because the unit of production. 1. 2. White and silver satin (at least 70x90 cm) tissue adhesive (dublerin, crinoline) (~ 100x150 cm) Lining (~ 40h70 cm) Velcro (5x5 cm), Stripe Metal Ring (2 pcs.) White