Turn your old shoes into spider web shoes using hot glue gun, hot glue sticks, glitter and non-stick foil. Fun and creative idea for Halloween! Go to ohmy-creative.com for tutorial.
Turn white Ikea â€śBillyâ€ť 41 Âľâ€ť tall bookcase into a cute dollhouse or beach house by adding a roof, fences, paint, chimney and windows. Go to The Tamara Blog for step by step tutorial.
Click here to see video of the bookcases on Home & Family!
This project calls for some napkins with feather images, scissors, spoon, candles and wax.
Start melting the wax in your chosen dipping can.
Cut the designs out of the paper napkin.
Heat the spoons on a stove-plate. You'll work with one, while the other stays warm.
Position the design onto the candle, and working from the center outwards, rub the hot spoon over the design, melting and fixing it onto the candle. Go over it again and again, eliminating all air bubbles.
When the dipping wax reaches 93Â°C, (199Â°F), submerge the candle slowly, keep it in the wax for 3 seconds, and pull it out quickly.
Warm an old pan up on the stovetop, and neaten the base of the candle in it.
We adore the fabric wrapped hangers, they're so cheery and cute.
What a unique and cool idea making versatile wall pockets that can be used in any room of the house with cork mats and leather! Using old leather jackets for this project might be an idea?
What you need:
Round cork mats in various sizes
Leather scrap pieces big enough to use for pocket(these were found at my local fabric shop)
Small upholstery tacks
1/2â€ł wide Leather strips
Hot glue and a hot glue gun
Who says that pen canâ€™t be glamorous with feathers? Thereâ€™s something fancy about a quill pen and sometimes fancy is just what is needed to inspire great writing or (letâ€™s be real) doodling. Best of all, because they are so easy to make. You can use all kinds of material like lace, silk, fabric scraps or anything you desire!