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Fun for Christmas!
Christmas Cards, Footprints, Christmas Crafts, For Kids, Baby Feet, Foot Prints, Cute Ideas, Reindeer Footprint, Christmas Gift
Christmas Craft Baby Feet - Such a cute idea. Okay may not for the shower but it would make a great Grandparents Christmas gift! Hint!!!
Reindeer Footprint cute Christmas card idea.
Foot print reindeer, cute idea for kids
Christmas craft for kids - reindeer footprints!
Button Art for Children
Valentine'S Day, Crafts Ideas, Homemade Valentine, Valentine Day Cards, Gift Ideas, Valentine Cards, Buttons Cards, Buttons Heart, Heart Cards
valentine's day gift ideas - Google Search
Button heart homemade valentine card.
Valentines Day card | http://mydreamcarscollectionsjaydon.blogspot.com
Valentine's Day Craft Ideas
DIY button heart card
button card - Valentine's Day by lynne
Hands Prints, Families Handprint, Gift Ideas, Cute Ideas, Handprint Art, Fathers Day Gift, Hand Prints, Families Hands, Crafts
Framed Hand Prints, family handprints. Good gift idea.
Family Hand Prints tutorial - cute idea!
Cute Family Hand Print Craft
Father's Day gift idea: handprint art
Family Hand Prints - father's day gift idea?
Wrapping paper bow. I like this idea, especially for all those little left over pieces that won't fit gifts.
Gift Bows, Bows Tutorials, Gift Ideas, Paper Bows, Make A Bows, Paper Scrap, Gift Wraps, Make Bows, Wraps Paper
Use wrapping paper scraps for gift bow
Wrapping paper Bow... love using leftover paper scraps to make bows!! I've been doing this for years... but I was cutting strips and then taping it all together... this is sooo much easier!!
Wrapping paper bow TUTORIAL
craft gift ideas
Make a bow with the wrapping paper scraps!
Did this for a baby shower gift Wrapping paper Bow... now I know what to do with the leftover paper scraps!
want to try this again.
Lace Jewelry, Air Dry Clay, Diy Lace, Diy Crafts, Vintage Lace, Lace Bowls, Clay Bowls, Ceramics Bowls, Salts Dough
Gorgeous DIY lace bowl. The ceramic bowl enough beautiful? But you can think of it, not only does it burn at high temperatures, or even white flour is it DIY, as an ornament, key articles, especially match house style is a very good choice. Because you do not need sophisticated equipment to burn, so it cannot completely isolate humidity, therefore the bowls need to be coated with LaTeX, isolated role!
Gorgeous DIY lace bowl. Might be good as a salt dough and some sealer. It is in Koren or Chinese my Google Chrome offered to translate but it wasn't much more info.
DIY crafts lace bowl.
DIY Lace Jewelry Bowl
clay bowls w/ pattern made with vintage lace (very pretty, but in this colour looks a bit like cauliflower. could make with air dry clay, painted, then coated in sealer.)
DIY vintage lace bowls tutorial try mod roc or air drying clay
great idea- I'd use it for a child's room
Book Display, Bookshelves, Kids Room, Book Storage, Plates Racks, Bookcas, Book Shelves, Kids Book, Children Book
plate rack kids book display
bookcae to go on the wall behind chair.
Place rack book storage. great for kid's room or playroom! Tools and Materials Tape measure Plate rack Anchors and screws Cordless drill L-shape brackets 1. Decide at what level you want the plate rack to hang. Measure from the top of the baseboard, making sure it's level, and mark the wall. Attach one mount to the top of each side of the plate rack. (Martha uses keyhole mounts; consult your local hardware store for the anchors and screws appropriate for your walls.) Drill holes into the wall, and insert anchors. Using a cordless drill, drill screws 1/4 inch in. 2. Hang rack on screws, one side at a time. Secure the bottom of the rack beneath the bottom shelf with one L-shape bracket on each side; screw them in. Bookshelves How-To 2 pieces lumber, each 3/4 by 3 by 50 inches, for shelf sides 5 pieces lumber, each 3/4 by 2 3/4 by 39 inches, for shelves 5 pieces lumber, each 40 1/2 inches, for shelf edging 4 pieces lumber, each 39 inches, for railing 3/4-inch brads Primer and paint Tape measure Pencil Compass Jigsaw 100-, 120-, and 220-grit sandpaper 2 C-clamps Combination square Cordless drill with 1/16- and 3/8-inch drill bits and countersinking bit 10 wood screws Wood glue Phillips-head screwdriver Nail set Hammer Wood putty Putty knife Semigloss paint 1. Have all of the lumber cut to size. (Martha likes to use poplar because it's free of knots and imperfections, but pine works well as long as there are only a few knots.) Prime and paint all of the pieces; let dry. 2. Select the two longest pieces; these will be the vertical sides of the shelf, or the shelf supports. Mark the wood 3 1/4 inch from one end, and designate this as the top. For a rounded top, place the point of the compass on this mark, and make an arc that sweeps from the top edge to the end. Using the jigsaw, cut close to the line, and remove the corner. Sand out the kerf marks left by the saw with 100-grit sandpaper. Lay this piece on top of the other piece to act as a template, and draw the other arc. Cut the new shelf side, and sand. You now have the two sides of your shelf. 3. To install the shelves, clamp the two arched sides together so that the shelf supports are flush with each other. The arc should be facing forward. Work from the bottom up. The bottom shelf will be screwed flush with the bottom of the shelf sides. Using a tape measure and pencil, make a mark 3/8 inch up from the bottom edge. Extend the line across the side with a combination square. Continue to mark off all the shelves in the same way. 4. The next shelf will be placed 7 inches from the top of the bottom shelf. Again, use the tape measure, pencil, and the combination square to mark this placement. For each shelf, draw two lines on the shelf support: one for the bottom edge of the shelf, and one for the center, 3/8 inch up from this initial mark. Continue this process up the shelf supports at the following increments: 18 and 18 3/8 inches, and 40 1/2 and 40 7/8 inches. The result will be five shelves spaced 7, 9 1/2, 9 1/2, and 11 1/2 inches apart. 5. With the pieces still clamped together, predrill holes for the shelf screws. Find the centerline of each shelf by marking 3/8 inch up from the bottom of each shelf. Drill holes 3/4 inch from each side of the shelf support. Once all the holes are made, take the countersink bit, and countersink each hole. The countersink should be the same diameter as the screw head. 6. Starting at the bottom shelf, spread a small amount of wood glue on the ends of the shelf. Place it at the bottom end of the shelf supports. Make certain that it is flush with the back and bottom of the support sides, leaving space at the front of the shelf for the trim. Screw the shelves tightly into place with a Phillips-head drill bit and a Phillips-head wood screw. Move to the next shelf. Using the square, make sure that each shelf is perpendicular and horizontal. Clean up any glue with water before it dries. Make sure that all the screw heads are sunk below the surface of the wood and that the shelves are tight to the sides. 7. To add the shelf-edge moldings, tack the brads at 4-inch intervals along the molding before attaching them. Put a small amount of wood glue on the back of the molding, and align it to the shelf face. Drive the brads into the shelf, leaving about a 1/4 inch of the brad from the surface. Don't drive the brad flush because the hammer will damage the molding. Use the nail set to drive the brad just below the surface. Repeat this process for all the shelves. 8. The remainder of the molding forms the rail for each shelf. Measure 3 1/2 inches up from the top of each shelf, and make a mark. Measure from both sides to ensure that it is level. Glue and nail in place. 9. To mount the shelves on the wall, turn the shelf over so that you are looking at the back side (the side that will face the wall). Measure 2 inches down from the top on each shelf support, and make a mark with a pencil on the center roughly 3/8 inch from either side. Using the 3/8-inch drill bit, make a hole in each side about 1/2 inch deep; these holes are made for the nails that will hang the shelves. 10. Fill all the brad and screw holes with wood putty, using a putty knife. Sand these bumps with 120-grit paper until they are flush with the wood. Sand entire surface of the shelves lightly with 220-grit paper, and prime. When the primer is dry, lightly sand again, and paint with two coats of semigloss paint.
Children's Bookshelves - A ready-made plate rack can be easily transformed into a child's bookshelf, displaying both toys and children's books. You can also make your own shelves; just have all the wood cut to size at a lumberyard.
Kids book shelves made from plate racks
Plate rack to children's book shelves
Books Christmas Tree
Xmas Trees, Crafts Ideas, Christmas Crafts, Book Christmas, Christmas Mornings, Christmas Trees, Book Trees, Altered Book, Book Crafts
book christmas tree -needs somenlights
Read all about this Xmas tree
Christmas by the book. omg if this was what my tree turned into on christmas morning i would die.
Ideas, Organic, Chalkboards Painting, Schools Supplies, Chalkboard Paint, Mason Jars, Chalkboards Labels, Art Supplies, Crafts
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Chalkboard labels on mason jars - great idea for organizing in my craft room
Use mason jars and chalkboard paint to organize art supplies
Organizing school supplies into mason jars and painting chalkboard paint to label the jars
framed wallpaper—cheap yet so chic
Frames Wallpapers, Wall Decor, Diy Art, Wall Frames, Frames Fabrics, Diy Wall Art, Scrapbook Paper, Old Frames, Pictures Frames
Framed fabric wall decor
DIY art for walls: Frame a fabric or wallpaper sample.
DIY Art: framed wallpaper
5 cent scrapbook paper and old frames. Bam!
Picture frame fabrics
framed wallpaper, love or use scrapbook paper
I like this framed paper, thinking of printing on a color printer and then using old frames i already have. Definitely would make nice laundry room art. 39 Ideas for DIY wall art
Monogram pumpkin. Love the contrast of the white pumpkin and black letter!
Fall Pumpkin, Decor Ideas, Monograms Pumpkin, Fall Decor, Front Doors, White Pumpkin, Fall Porches, Holiday Decor, Front Porches
Monogrammed pumpkin. (Follow my "Holiday Decor: Halloween" board for more decorative ideas!) #Halloween
Front Porch Fall Decor Ideas - White Pumpkins
DIY Halloween Monogram Pumpkin: by my front door
Simple painted Monogram Pumpkin, great idea for a front porch! From The Butlers. #Fall #Pumpkin
Cute Monogrammed Pumpkin Fall Porch Decor Ideas
baby shower. mason jars.