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I enjoy watercolors, pastels, sharpies and colored pencils. I want to learn how to knit and I have started crocheting. I enjoy tie dying and customizing my own clothing. I would also like to learn how to cross stich. I collect charms and I make too many bracelettes. I'm trying to get into papercutting. I enjoy making things to hang on my walls. I like origami and thrifty remakes and diys!
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18 / 10 / 14

hundredacre-woods:

mattidwan:

staceythinx:

Pressed flower clear phone cases from Flower Cases on Etsy

i want one!!!

I need the last one

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16 / 9 / 14

dulldrops:

maegalcarwenraven:

Here is what to do with some old, broken terracotta pots!

Omfg

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22 / 8 / 14

ps-imadethis:

Fall into autumn by repurposing your summer denim with a baroque printed jean! Often the only thing that eases our transition into cooler months is the thought of stepping into more fashion-y, less jean short-y, flip floppy outfits. But when seasonal shopping becomes a bummer on the wallet, it’s time to take your summer style the extra mile with a little DIY. Check out the poppin’ patterns we created on these Express denim staples…with some paint and baroque inspired stencils, these jeans are reborn as a fall fashion dream come true. 
To create:  Place the floral stencil onto the desired area of your Express jeans. We recommend starting from one end and working your way to the other. With a sponge pouncer fill in the stencil with white fabric paint. Peel off the stencil and let the paint dry for a few seconds. Repeat the steps until the entire surface of the jean is covered with a baroque pattern.
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abakkusdraws:

Head & neck anatomy sheets by juusan13 | gallery (with larger images)

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rutella:

sketchypanda:

kiriiv:

how the fuck do legs work i don’t

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i have a few feet ones too

thank u

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3 / 6 / 14

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1 / 5 / 14

ps-imadethis:

Crank up the heat from mild to medium at your Cinco de Mayo fiesta with this fringe garland project from Erica’s book, P.S.-You’re Invited…!  No Mexican inspired bash is complete without a dash of bold and lively color; and just like salt on the rim of a tasty margarita, this sassy accent adds just the right touch of decorative flavor. 

To create: Use scissors to cut rope into measured 18-inch pieces then fold in half and place each piece over a long base string. Leave extra base string in order to hang the finished product. Loop around the base string and pull through the loop. Pull tight and continue to fringe on!