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cutesiecraft:

DIY Picture Frames made from fabric and cereal boxes!

cutesiecraft:

DIY Picture Frames made from fabric and cereal boxes!

(via doityourselfcrafts)

cutesiecraft:

Embroider a trip on the map and frame it!

cutesiecraft:

Embroider a trip on the map and frame it!

(via doityourselfcrafts)

craftyminded:

DIY: Paper Mice Infestation
Creepy critters for your home!
Tutorial: http://www.bystephanielynn.com/2011/09/cut-your-own-martha-stewart-paper-mice.html

craftyminded:

DIY: Paper Mice Infestation

Creepy critters for your home!

Tutorial: http://www.bystephanielynn.com/2011/09/cut-your-own-martha-stewart-paper-mice.html

photojojo:

Dress to impress… your photo instructor!

35mm film jewelry by HappyFactory on Etsy.

icouldmakethat:

The Crafty Cupboard: How-To: Business Card Holder
What a cute little idea! I’m going to put this on my list of possible things to make for my aunt.

icouldmakethat:

The Crafty Cupboard: How-To: Business Card Holder

What a cute little idea! I’m going to put this on my list of possible things to make for my aunt.

daintyloops:

always adorable. The worlds smallest post kit. So freakin’ cute.
 
(Source: cdn.babble.com)

daintyloops:

always adorable. The worlds smallest post kit. So freakin’ cute.

(Source: cdn.babble.com)

(via daintyloops)

scissorsandthread:

Tshirt Scarf | Method Home
They’ve named these Hipster Scarves but even if you’re not a hipster I encourage you to try this! Haha! They are super fun to make and quite easy too. Plus they’re cheap and great to give as presents. The beauty of them is that they can be worn in loops around your neck (comfy, warm and pretty) or like a necklace, loose around your neck (if you get hot) for decorative effect. Plain tshirts are easy but if you have something with a small print that would work well too. It’s better to have tshirts that don’t have side seams but I scoured the op shops and do they not make seam free tshirts anymore or did everyone already buy them? Or you can try what I did and buy some tshirt fabric and sew loops, stretch them, then wrap all the joints together with a matching piece of fabric.

scissorsandthread:

Tshirt Scarf | Method Home

They’ve named these Hipster Scarves but even if you’re not a hipster I encourage you to try this! Haha! They are super fun to make and quite easy too. Plus they’re cheap and great to give as presents. The beauty of them is that they can be worn in loops around your neck (comfy, warm and pretty) or like a necklace, loose around your neck (if you get hot) for decorative effect. Plain tshirts are easy but if you have something with a small print that would work well too. It’s better to have tshirts that don’t have side seams but I scoured the op shops and do they not make seam free tshirts anymore or did everyone already buy them? Or you can try what I did and buy some tshirt fabric and sew loops, stretch them, then wrap all the joints together with a matching piece of fabric.

daintyloops:

gorgeous

briarmark:

Another stitched poster.. 

(via daintyloops)

homemadecrap:

Spaghetti Sauce Jar Moroccan Lanterns
(via Matsutake)

homemadecrap:

Spaghetti Sauce Jar Moroccan Lanterns

(via Matsutake)

craftovision:

Inspired by S/S 2010 New York Fashion Week, I show you how to make a nude color block necklace. I love all the color block that is happening! Helps get me out of my just wearing black allllll the time syndrome. I really like how the color blocking looks with nude colors and just a smidge of rose metallic. Click through for the video! xox c

craftovision:

Inspired by S/S 2010 New York Fashion Week, I show you how to make a nude color block necklace. I love all the color block that is happening! Helps get me out of my just wearing black allllll the time syndrome. I really like how the color blocking looks with nude colors and just a smidge of rose metallic. Click through for the video! xox c

cutesiecraft:

DIY Picture Frames made from fabric and cereal boxes!

cutesiecraft:

DIY Picture Frames made from fabric and cereal boxes!

(via doityourselfcrafts)

cutesiecraft:

Embroider a trip on the map and frame it!

cutesiecraft:

Embroider a trip on the map and frame it!

(via doityourselfcrafts)

craftyminded:

DIY: Paper Mice Infestation
Creepy critters for your home!
Tutorial: http://www.bystephanielynn.com/2011/09/cut-your-own-martha-stewart-paper-mice.html

craftyminded:

DIY: Paper Mice Infestation

Creepy critters for your home!

Tutorial: http://www.bystephanielynn.com/2011/09/cut-your-own-martha-stewart-paper-mice.html

photojojo:

Dress to impress… your photo instructor!

35mm film jewelry by HappyFactory on Etsy.

icouldmakethat:

The Crafty Cupboard: How-To: Business Card Holder
What a cute little idea! I’m going to put this on my list of possible things to make for my aunt.

icouldmakethat:

The Crafty Cupboard: How-To: Business Card Holder

What a cute little idea! I’m going to put this on my list of possible things to make for my aunt.

daintyloops:

always adorable. The worlds smallest post kit. So freakin’ cute.
 
(Source: cdn.babble.com)

daintyloops:

always adorable. The worlds smallest post kit. So freakin’ cute.

(Source: cdn.babble.com)

(via daintyloops)

scissorsandthread:

Tshirt Scarf | Method Home
They’ve named these Hipster Scarves but even if you’re not a hipster I encourage you to try this! Haha! They are super fun to make and quite easy too. Plus they’re cheap and great to give as presents. The beauty of them is that they can be worn in loops around your neck (comfy, warm and pretty) or like a necklace, loose around your neck (if you get hot) for decorative effect. Plain tshirts are easy but if you have something with a small print that would work well too. It’s better to have tshirts that don’t have side seams but I scoured the op shops and do they not make seam free tshirts anymore or did everyone already buy them? Or you can try what I did and buy some tshirt fabric and sew loops, stretch them, then wrap all the joints together with a matching piece of fabric.

scissorsandthread:

Tshirt Scarf | Method Home

They’ve named these Hipster Scarves but even if you’re not a hipster I encourage you to try this! Haha! They are super fun to make and quite easy too. Plus they’re cheap and great to give as presents. The beauty of them is that they can be worn in loops around your neck (comfy, warm and pretty) or like a necklace, loose around your neck (if you get hot) for decorative effect. Plain tshirts are easy but if you have something with a small print that would work well too. It’s better to have tshirts that don’t have side seams but I scoured the op shops and do they not make seam free tshirts anymore or did everyone already buy them? Or you can try what I did and buy some tshirt fabric and sew loops, stretch them, then wrap all the joints together with a matching piece of fabric.

daintyloops:

gorgeous

briarmark:

Another stitched poster.. 

(via daintyloops)

homemadecrap:

Spaghetti Sauce Jar Moroccan Lanterns
(via Matsutake)

homemadecrap:

Spaghetti Sauce Jar Moroccan Lanterns

(via Matsutake)

(via )

craftovision:

Inspired by S/S 2010 New York Fashion Week, I show you how to make a nude color block necklace. I love all the color block that is happening! Helps get me out of my just wearing black allllll the time syndrome. I really like how the color blocking looks with nude colors and just a smidge of rose metallic. Click through for the video! xox c

craftovision:

Inspired by S/S 2010 New York Fashion Week, I show you how to make a nude color block necklace. I love all the color block that is happening! Helps get me out of my just wearing black allllll the time syndrome. I really like how the color blocking looks with nude colors and just a smidge of rose metallic. Click through for the video! xox c

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