How to make your own vintage-looking Garden Sign… DIY!
Elegant Nest: Garden Sign…
Print out picture onto wax paper, put wax paper on board, transfer by rubbing with old credit card. Voila, new sign.
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Craft Shop Garden Decor
Organized Clutter: Birdhouses, Birdfeeders and Birdbaths
How to make photo transfers// DIY// Photocopy picture, place on page (or wherever you are going to transfer picture to), saturate with transfer pen. voila.
Instant Photo Transfers With Blender Pens - Free People Blog
A lovely project to share and discuss with children on Veterans Day.
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great for when you pick veggies/fruit, can hose them off before bringing inside--website has instructions
Primative Pumpkins. $25.00, via Etsy.
Vine stars-from The Magic Onion. You could do this with any shape.
5 simple games to teach number recognition to preschoolers
vinegar salt. Fill a quart yogurt container half full of vinegar, and 1tsp salt. dunk any metal you want to age.
mini tutorial on painting trees by blotting with paper towel to lift areas of the paint.
Mod Podge Recipe Just add half water, half Elmer's school glue, replace the lid, shake it up and you’re ready to go. If you need it thicker, use less water! My preferred rate of dilution is 3/4 Glue, 1/4 water.
DIY - Aged Wood. You’ll need: Grade #0000 Steel Wool, Vinegar, Mason Jar, a pot of tea (cold). Put a hunk of steel wool in a jar and fill jar with vinegar. Let stand overnight. Then paint wood with tea, let dry, then paint with vinegar mixture. Let dry and it will change colour and look like old wood! aging wood, diycraft idea, old wood, paint, age wood diy, mason jars, how to age wood with vinegar, diy aged wood, vintage style
DIY - Aged Wood. You’ll need: Grade #0000 Steel Wool, Vinegar, Mason Jar, a pot of tea (cold). Put a hunk of steel wool in a jar and fill jar with vinegar. Let stand overnight. Then paint wood with tea, let dry, then paint with vinegar mixture. Let dry and it will change colour and look like old wood!
I sprayed the caps with simple varnish in a tin can. The best result for the dots you get, if you use nail or screw heads. Dab it in a speckle of the white varnish and then onto the cap, don´t press, just dab. Use different nail/screw sizes.