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  • Recycling paper: Great christmas gifts

    Beading and knotting, Green crafts, Other, Recycle  |  0 Commentrecycling paper: great christmas gifts

    Handmade ornaments: Toy on the Christmas tree. Ideas made of Paper Making Christmas decorations from ... lined cells in which eggs are sold. Yes, here are the most banal gray cells. And, incidentally, make several good, useful and enjoyable at the same time cases. First of all, what could be better than the long autumn evenings do something with their hands, and even in the company of close friends and children, or alone, that's as you wish. Second, we significantly reduce the amount of household waste their families, and families to whom we ask not

  • Embroidery sewing: ornament crafts

    Embroidery, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Needle crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commentembroidery sewing: ornament crafts

    Hammock Project: Hand-Stitched Ornaments I found a great resource for hand-stitching from 1901: Hand Sewing Lessons: A Graded Course for Schools and for the Home by Sarah Ewell Krolik.It contains a lot of interesting details about hand sewing, different stitches including a section on how to draft children clothes. Best thing is that it's in the public domain, so you can download it for free. It was written during the transition between the Victorian and Edwardian Eras: "Pupils sit erect while sewing, with their feet on the floor and the lower part

  • Little beautiful decor

    Holiday & seasonal crafts, Home and garden  |  0 Commentlittle beautiful decor

    Making ornament for holiday    

  • Interesting and colorful ornaments of beads and sequins

    Beading and knotting, Jewelry making  |  0 Commentinteresting and colorful ornaments of beads and sequins

    These attractive ornaments can be done easily with their hands in just a few minutes with nothing at all - beads (you can even wood), and ribbon with sequins. Using this simple technique you can build such ornaments as: serki, rings, necklaces, bracelets and cloth, various straps, and even the cute decorations on the shoes.   How to make a ring out of sequins and beads: For the rings are used either wooden beads or penopolisterolovye. In a circle with hot glue sticks braid sequins in a row. Then finished the ball glued to the basis for

  • Decorative composition with temari

    Christmas's day, Embroidery, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Needle crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commentdecorative composition with temari

    On application of temari want to show pictures from an exhibition of creativity on the Bodensee. The exhibition was held in Germany two years ago. Master-classes for embroidery temari pavilion was decorated with beautiful compositions with their application. Conditions for photography were unimportant (artificial lighting, glass display cases), but you can get a general idea

  • Traditional Japanese embroidered balls

    Christmas's day, Embroidery, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Needle crafts  |  0 Commenttraditional japanese embroidered balls

    Temari Temari - Traditional Japanese embroidered balls, the ancient Japanese aristocrats entertainment, has become an art. In the VIII century Japan imported the first balls from China. Originally the balls were made of mothers and grandmothers of children from scraps of old kimonos. Fabric squeezed, was wound with thread and embroidered with decorative designs. Initially, the balls were intended to play down, they did so tight that they have actually jumped, and later similar toys used street jugglers, but eventually temari balls became more ornamental status. Balls with embroidered silk threads have appeared in XIV-XVI centuries. First

  • Hair ornament tutorial

    Felt, Needle crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commenthair ornament tutorial

    Behold the cutest little thing to put on hair, beautiful and respectful.  

  • Crochet small motif: more ideas

    Baby, Crochet  |  0 Commentcrochet small motif: more ideas

    The idea of ​​just such small crocheted appliques that you can decorate your children's veshchichki!

  • Rag Wreath Ornament tutorial

    Christmas's day  |  0 Commentrag wreath ornament tutorial

    ast night we came home from a full, fun, Blessed Christmas Day of celebration. I wanted to snuggle with my hubby for awhile before doing my post. And I did! A little too snuggly. Because I zonked out!!! Next thing I knew it was bright outside, our boys were bouncing on our bed and chanting that they wanted candy for breakfast. WHOOPS! I took some left over wire from one of those crazy kits I've mentioned before that look cool but never really work for us. And I formed a circle.