If you want to perk up your home but don’t want to spend a lot of money on it, the solution is obvious. You have to do it yourself – make your own decor accessories. And a good place to start is a DIY chandelier. It’s a great way to light up your home (literally …
Actualmente es complicado ver innovación en los gadgets, más aún si tomamos en cuenta que cada día es más difícil sorprender a los usuarios, sin embargo, este año Moto logró hacerlo al presentar el Moto Z, que si bien no es el primer…
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Speedball Super Value Opaque Fabric Screen Printing Kit
This kit houses everything you need to start printing on paper, wood or cardboard. It’s easy to use and has great, informative instructions. Complete with Opaque Pearl Inks for printing onto dark fabrics.
Name recognition is a staple to my preschool curriculum! If the children learn only one thing from me (but let’s hope it’s waaaay more), it is how to identify their names. For today’s back to school themed blog hop, I decided to try out this DIY Name Stamp. Sometimes the first week of school is …
♥ This cute hooded bear cocoon is made with super bulky yarn. It is perfect for a newborn baby photo shoot. It is very fast and easy to make. It may be your go-to crochet pattern for a baby gift or shower. This listing is for a CROCHET PATTERN, not the actual crochet cocoon. ♥ Pattern name: Chunky Hooded Bear Cocoon Pattern ♥ Easy pattern that works up quickly using worsted weight yarn. The Cocoon is one size designed for a newborn. The pattern is written in American Standard Terms using basic crochet stitches. ♥ The PDF pattern download link is sent to the email address on file with Etsy directly after your payment. ♥ This pattern is copyright protected and cannot be changed, sold, or reproduced. You have permission to sell your finished product. ♥ Finished cocoon should only be used as a photo prop, not left with baby unattended. More beautiful patterns – https://www.etsy.com/shop/DeborahOLearyPattern Feel free to contact me with any questions. Thank you! Deborah
There’s nothing more heartwarming than receiving a gift that a child handmade for you, and children get such pride in giving something that they’ve made! It’s a win/win for everyone! These ideas are a great place to start if your… Continue Reading →
I love Christmas crafting during November as it gets me in the festive mood without going OTT too soon. When December dawns, I prefer to relax / eat / watch Christmas movies, knowing any homemade decorations and gifts are all taken care of. (My onions are already pickling! – Now’s also a good time to get going on your Christmas cake or pudding if you’re making one.) Homemade glitter baubles have been brightening up my Pinterest feed in recent weeks, so I decided to give them a go. Not only because they look pretty but are super simple to make. You just need to order a few bits during the week and you’ve got a fun Christmas craft project you can enjoy for a couple of hours one weekend. DIFFICULTY RATING: EASYORIGINAL PIN: Via MY ATTEMPT: SHOPPING LIST * Clear glass baubles (make sure the tops are removable. I sourced a pack of 12 from Ebay) * Craft glitter * Star confetti * Lametta * Nylon cord (get 6M rather than 3 as I ran out) Colour-wise you can go for anything you like! The above list covers the colours I wanted to try: multi-coloured glitter with silver and green accents. HOW-TO 1. Fill up your baubles with the glitter, confetti and cut-up lametta 2. Replace the bauble string with a pretty nylon cord bow – And you’re DONE! Here’s some pics of the process: TOP TIPS * Use a funnel for the glitter otherwise it gets pretty messy! Make sure the funnel fits into your bauble before filling it! * Make sure to split up the lametta strands before feeding them into the baubles, as they have a tendency to clump and you want that structure inside * Give your bauble a good shake afterwards, ensuring your finger is on the top-! * Check your tops are fixed properly – you don’t want them coming off, spilling glitter everywhere! * You don’t have to put them on your tree – I’m planning to hang mine from my staircase bannister amongst fairy lights. You could also pop them in a glass lantern to create a Christmas table centrepiece, or use them as additions to your Christmas wrapping as an extra gift (be careful though as they’re delicate). VERDICT Super easy, not too costly and they look pretty professional at the end! For more Christmas craft ideas, take a look at my Christmas Pinterest board . YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE…
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