This project comes from blog.kanelstrand.com
In the spirit of season, I would like to share a DIY project for candle lovers. The graphic look of these covers will turn your generic glass holders into a fun wintry scene. Just print the file on a regular A4 sheet (8.5 x 11), cut inside the yellow lines, and secure with transparent tape where the edges meet. Use single-side tape to keep the paper cover from sticking to the glass, that way is easier to remove in a pinch. Have time and an X-acto knife? Then go ahead and modify "Behind the Fence" by cutting out the white triangles for the light to shine through.
These covers are not meant for exposed candles. They fit the standard Glade 4-ounce candle jars.
This bench looks comfortable and would be great in the garden or on the deck. See here... how it's done step by step.
Here... you can find more interesting pallet ideas
Sara Sabater is the creator of the beautiful french blog Secrets Desco Quettes. There she shares hair styles, make-up and other tutorials. Here she shows us how this beautiful cushion is made.
Winter is coming! So put on some mittens or gloves and keep warm!
The Scandinavian Koozie! The product was originally designed in Iceland.
It is a Scandinavian beer holder, made from Sheep hair, that functions to keep your hands warm while drinking beer. It’s available in two colors: brown or gray. Via...
The Skuuzi is available online only at http://www.skuuzi.com/. Stock up now - it's going to be a long winter!
Fun mittens from Oeuf’s Fall 2012 Collection Is Filled With Fun, Whimsical Details Kids Will Love. Via...
If you are mourning the sun in the back garden or dreaming of your next adventure, you might like to have a look at these. We love them!
Tea Cup wine glasses from Paul. He scored the stems of two wineglasses with a glass cutter and snapped the stems off by tapping the bowls against a sink. He then adhered the stems to the bottoms of teacups with Super Glue's glass adhesive, which dries in 30 seconds.