Photo 6 Feb 1,756 notes craftsbunch:

Has anyone ever made their own pinatas? It seems like a lot of work but they look so nice! Will have to try. http://ohhappyday.com/2011/08/how-to-make-a-number-pinata/ Blog about Crafts & DIY? Share your blog with more Crafts & DIY enthusiasts.

craftsbunch:

Has anyone ever made their own pinatas? It seems like a lot of work but they look so nice! Will have to try. http://ohhappyday.com/2011/08/how-to-make-a-number-pinata/
Blog about Crafts & DIY? Share your blog with more Crafts & DIY enthusiasts.

Photo 6 Feb 1,560 notes dulceetdecorus:

DIY Doily Chandelier
Photo 6 Feb 574 notes naturally-nikon:

My first ever tutorial! Yay :D
Supplies: light switch plate, glitter, liquid glue (will work best), paper plate or newspaper, plastic knife, clear finishing spray (optional)
Step 1: Pick any old light switch plate you want, I already had this one in my bedroom.
Step 2: Set up your working area by either laying out newspaper, or just grabbing a paper plate.
Step 3: Make sure the switch plate you are using is clean, and begin by spreading the glue all around it with the knife.
Step 4: Once the entire switch plate is covered in glue, start to slowly pour your choice glitter onto it, be careful not to pour too much, it’s a waste.
Step 5: Touch up any areas you might have missed, corners, edges, etc.
Step 6: Let it dry over night or at least 12 hours.
And now, you have an amazinggg light switch plate!
Step 8 (optional): If you want to make sure that the glitter does not flake or fall off, you can use a clear finishing spray that you can get at almost any craft store. Make sure you are in an outdoor area away from people and pets. Spray over the switch plate according to directions on can of spray. 
And finally, your switch plate will be perfect!

naturally-nikon:

My first ever tutorial! Yay :D

Supplies: light switch plate, glitter, liquid glue (will work best), paper plate or newspaper, plastic knife, clear finishing spray (optional)

Step 1: Pick any old light switch plate you want, I already had this one in my bedroom.

Step 2: Set up your working area by either laying out newspaper, or just grabbing a paper plate.

Step 3: Make sure the switch plate you are using is clean, and begin by spreading the glue all around it with the knife.

Step 4: Once the entire switch plate is covered in glue, start to slowly pour your choice glitter onto it, be careful not to pour too much, it’s a waste.

Step 5: Touch up any areas you might have missed, corners, edges, etc.

Step 6: Let it dry over night or at least 12 hours.

And now, you have an amazinggg light switch plate!

Step 8 (optional): If you want to make sure that the glitter does not flake or fall off, you can use a clear finishing spray that you can get at almost any craft store. Make sure you are in an outdoor area away from people and pets. Spray over the switch plate according to directions on can of spray. 

And finally, your switch plate will be perfect!

Photo 6 Feb 2,038 notes papapeyton:

Dress lanturns

papapeyton:

Dress lanturns

Video 6 Feb 494 notes

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Ribbon Woven Book Page Beads Bracelet Tutorial from LYSM Design here. If you want to seal the beads I would strongly suggest going to this post by Saved By Love Creations here. *For more paper bead tutorials go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/paper-beads

Photo 6 Feb 885 notes 
This is an awesome idea reuse old clothes


This is an awesome idea reuse old clothes

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Photo 6 Feb 742 notes craftovision:

DIY Magazine envelopes via OhSoPretty. I love writing letters which means I really love stationary. These envelopes appeal to both the writer and environmentalist in me. 

craftovision:

DIY Magazine envelopes via OhSoPretty. I love writing letters which means I really love stationary. These envelopes appeal to both the writer and environmentalist in me. 

Photo 6 Feb 2,311 notes mariapalito:

Polka Dot Cake http://bit.ly/YTeZ0u
Photo 3 Apr 556 notes This shoe is awsome!!!!!

This shoe is awsome!!!!!

Photo 2 Apr 6,279 notes This is so awsome!!!!

This is so awsome!!!!


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