Posts Tagged ‘DIY’
The best gift you can give your child is the gift of time, so plan a special Valentines treat for your little girl and spend an afternoon making this precious gumball necklace!
I found this DIY at the One Charming Party site. This site is adorable and has tons of cute printables and party ideas!
Find the details on putting together this yummy necklace here.
Here’s a gift wrap idea from Sweet Paul for any time of year!
Wrap your gift in a pretty floral paper. Take regular size cupcake paper liners and turn them inside out; hot glue together. Take three small cupcake liners and do the same thing. Glue the large and small flower together. The middle is made of a small liner cut up in strips and glued in the center of the flower. The small tassels are pieces of the cut up liners glued on the string.
I found many cute paper cupcake liners at Art Fire for $4.25. You can build a huge garden of cupcake flowers for that price!
The Silhouette is one of the coolest tools I’ve seen for DIY’ers and crafters in a long time!
This digital cutting tool attaches to your computer and cuts designs with a thin blade. You get all of the fonts on your PC plus all of the cuttable designs found on the Silhouette Online Store. What can you make? I’m glad you asked….
Find all of the details and purchase this tool here. Kinda wish I would have put this on my Christmas list….
I love this project!! The best part would be eating my way through 50 different cereals to have 50 unique state shapes!
via a Beautiful Mess
As you’ve seen in a recent post, I’ve been inspired to spray paint things lately! Now I’m even more excited that I’ve seen this nifty spray nozzle made specifically for spray paint…or “spraint” as Scraplog calls it!
Santa, please stuff my stocking with one of these! Find them here. $2
Ready, aim, spraint!
Before you toss your bottles in the recycle bin, think about using it as your holiday centerpiece! With a little spray paint, any bottle can be turned into lovely candleholders.
Ever thought of recycling unconventional papers found in your house to use as gift wrap for the holidays? Here’s one that we could all do by finding an old book, or two, and sewing the pages together. The result is a beautiful display of interesting shapes that could leave the recipient more thrilled with the package than the present!
The hardest part of making this gift wrap will be threading the machine (I must admit I struggel with this…). I love the way Kellie custom fit the package to the shape of the gifts making each one unique. She used glitter paper, circular punch and twine to finish the look. Imagine using different color thread to add color!
Find additional instructions and details at Kellie’s Scraplog.
images via jason and kellie
Do you have a unique way of wrapping your gifts? Do tell!