DIY Clothes DIY Refashion DIY Open Back, No Sew T-Shir
I think doing an easy re-fashion like this would still give the feel of a sewing-ish craft without actually having to deal with the stress of machines/thread/needles/etc. prep: would mostly just be buying t-shirts. We could pick up basic XL hanes ones (or whatever is cheapest) is white, gray, and black or people could bring their own if they prefer. So the cost would pretty much just be the flat cost of the shirt.
Easy Draped vest out of a XL tee.
DIY Tutorial: DIY SWEATERS / DIY Basket Weaving Old Tshirts - Bead
DIY Two Tutorials for the Bina Brianca Wrap. Have you see this? It can be worn as a scarf, cardigan, poncho, blouse, shrug, stole, turtleneck, shoulder scarf, back wrap, tunic and headscarf. You can download the PDF “how-to” manual for all these styles from Bina Brianca here. Top Photo: Bina Brianca Wrap here, Bottom Photos: DIY Bina Brianca Wrap Tutorial by Organized Living Solutions here. Not pictured original tutorial for the wrap at The Craft Guild here. *If you are even thinkin
This looks too COOL - Oil, water, food coloring, and paper = easy art
Good idea to make your t-shirts more feminine.
Turn shoe box lids into art by covering them with book pages (or sheet music or other text) and painting a continuous image. also, could take pages of your favorite books and put up silhouettes that have to do with the plots.
Buy cheap, kitschy things at a thrift store and spray paint them white (or any color you'd like). An easy way to have a crisp, modern collection of items to decorate any room with.
Take an old sweater, cut a slit in along the shoulder down about 7". Fold over raw edge and sew in place. Sew a piece of ribbon about 15" long to one side of neckline and another ribbon to the other side of the neckline; tie together.
Mosquito trap - No more mosquitos!! Cut the top off a 2 liter bottle. Invert the cone and place it inside the bottle. Glue the two pieces together. Add 1 tsp yeast and 1/2 cup sugar to some luke warm water, and pour the mixture into the bottle. Mosquitoes are attracted to the carbon dioxide that you exhale. The yeast feeds off the sugar and emits the same gas, so the mosquito enters the bottle, thinking she will find food there. FLIES LOVE THIS!!! Have caught 1000's of flies!! @Ginny Taylor