That's rad, Craft Time?
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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!
Angel theme for Tumblr by Felice Fawn
15 / 4 / 14

hemelbeestje:

cutielittledimple:

Pom Pom Fruit Tutorial, made me wanna try to

Pom Pom Fruit Tutorial, made me wanna CRY

(via 420sadgirlsclub)

28 / 2 / 14

fuckyeahembroidery:

By heisk:

Hand Embroidered Skeleton Love w/ flower accents! Available in my etsy shop! www.etsy.com/shop/heisk

20 / 2 / 14

ps-imadethis:

When dynamic jewelry duo Peppercotton revived and updated this beloved trend from the jelly shoes and charm necklace era we couldn’t wait to get going on a DIY rendition. So get crafty, mix ‘em up and show ‘em off…adding a little rainbow brightness to your wrist is sure to help sooth the winter blues!
To create: Gently insert funnel into one end of the tube bracelet, then pour a mixture of enough Swarovski Chaton crystals to fill the entire tube. Plug both ends to secure the crystals, then connect ends together. Create a wrist full of stacked fun by layering your DIY tube bracelets or connect several together to create a unique wrapped piece.
14 / 2 / 14

fuckingtigress:

loveyou-tothebones:

My first attempt at making a dreamcatcher. I’d say it turned out pretty well :)

Omfg this is so cute

(via raveonchildren)

10 / 2 / 14

niftyncrafty:

14 Cool Uses for Dried Flowers // Brit+Co

Long gone are the days where you only ever saw dried flowers in your Grandma’s potpourri stash. Dried flowers can be just as pretty as their living counterparts and perhaps even more useful in the decorative sense.

Click on through to see how you can put your dead flowers to good use.



17 / 1 / 14

(Source: creativeneko)

16 / 1 / 14

ps-imadethis:

Turning an everyday staple into a work of wearable art is no sweat. Inspired by the painterly prints of designers like PreenMSGM and Reed Krakoff, a little dab of abstract floral radness does wonders for a drab old crew neck…so get on board and bring out your inner DIY Picasso, baby!
To create: Insert a piece of cardboard or bristol paper inside the sweatshirt to prevent paint from bleeding through. Soak a kitchen sponge in water; ring out excess, then gently dampen the sweatshirt. Use a wet paint brush to dampen the watercolor paints, then mix onto a plate to achieve your desired colors. Paint the design onto your sweatshirt. Let dry completely before wearing. 

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10 / 11 / 13

(Source: milklake, via 420sadgirlsclub)

9 / 10 / 13

glamour:

Crushing hard on this handmade, rustic-eclectic mobile from (where else?) Etsy. *Dressed

28 / 9 / 13

scissorsandthread:

Felted Fox Pillow | The Felted Fox

On the front cover of the new Mollie Makes magazine is a little doxie printed pillow that I immediately sewed and stuffed. He is adorable and now sitting on my side table. But then I wanted more, and after checking out etsy I found lots of pre-made kits… then I saw this adorable DIY on TFF! It’s fate. Once you check out the gorgeous pictures of Norway, scroll down and download the free pattern. I think once I’ve made one for myself I’ll make one for my cousin’s baby - perfect!

edit: In my excitement I forgot to add the link! All fixed!

28 / 9 / 13

thegregorythomas:

I made this DIY pop-surrealism decor.
1:) Take a plastic, hollow skull from a Halloween store.
2:)Cut off the top and Spray paint it.
3:) Find a styrofoam ball for flower arrangements and faux flowers from any craft shop.
4:)Use wire cutters to trim flower stems. Arrange accordingly. Use a strong glue like gorilla glue to fix the styrofoam ball in place inside the skull.

(Source: witchesofmars)

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21 / 8 / 13

DIY Heart Friendship Bracelet (by simpleDIYs)