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Ideas of projects to make with the slides of world art we carry from the former collection of the Swarthmore College Art History Department. 50 for $1.

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Recycled Book of Art

Recycled Book of Art - by Deborah Leger from Repurposed: Art from Recycled Materials art exhibit

DIY projects can always bring fun to us. Today prettydesigns are going to bring you some DIY projects to spice up your lamp. If you don’t like your lamp any more, you can give it some makeovers to make it new again. How to refresh your old lamp Ideias Diy, Home And Deco, Lamp Shades, My New Room, Home Projects, Fun Crafts, Decor Crafts, Diy Home Decor, Diys

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Find the perfect handmade gift, vintage & on-trend clothes, unique jewelry, and more… lots more.

I took a workshop at the San Francisco Center for the Book. One of the projects we did used Formica sample cards (from Home Depot). These make great foundations for collage. History Department, Home Depot, Reuse, Art History, Repurposed, Projects To Try, Workshop, Collage, Paper

Paper Collage - Formica Sample

I took a workshop at the San Francisco Center for the Book. One of the projects we did used Formica sample cards (from Home Depot). These make great foundations for collage. I learned how to bind them, but haven't done so with these.

Here is a great diy craft idea for your home decor. Take those old photos and create a modern and fabulous lamp shade perfect for any room in your home. Photo Craft, Diy Photo, Cool Diy Projects, Photo Projects, Retro Renovation, Lamp Shades, Decoration, Upcycle, Arts And Crafts

Make your own Kodachrome slide lamp shade - but it will be hard to top Shane's -

Yesterday I saw some instructions on how make a curtain or lampshade out of vintage Kodachrome slides. You know: The gazillions of old family vacation..

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Upcycled: Neat Projects Made With Old Photo Slides

Cool things you can make with old photo slides

I now know what to do with those slides I have sitting in my cupboard! Dishfunctional Designs: Upcycled: Neat Projects Made With Old Photo Slides Upcycled Home Decor, Repurposed, Photo Projects, Diy Projects, Labo Photo, Objet Deco Design, Photo Negative, Beaded Curtains, Ideas Geniales

Cahaya Dan Kertas - Wisata Indonesia

Informasi seputar wisata wisata eksotis di indonesia yang menjadi tempat destinasi wisata baik wisatawan lokal maupun mancanegara

DIY Stained Glass curtain with old film slides - Adame - how many slides do you have? Or does Dad have them? It would be neat to have this in the bedroom instead of regular curtains. Curtain Tutorial, Glass Curtain, Curtain Call, Suncatcher, Diy Casa, Repurposed Items, Diy Curtains, Panel Curtains, Window Drapes

Kodachrome curtains

Here's the finished curtains I made out of Kodachrome slides! The slides date from the 50s and early 60s, and are all from a lot of slides I got in Kansas City last fall. The majority of slides on the right panel are of horses. Go figure. Travis drilled 8 holes in the slides using a Dremel tool in a Dremel drill press thingy, and I connected them all using aluminum chainmail rings. Hey, this made Flickr Explore! Woot! Holy crap, now this is on Lifehacker and Make and Craft and Craftster…

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David Clark - Projects

David Clark is a media artist, filmmaker, and visual artist.

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Craft Project: Slide Lamp

My friend Katherine had a subscription to ReadyMade before I did. She and my other friend, Lara, shared a subscription (is it me, or did it really use to cost $24.95 a year???). I looked at them after they both did (I was much too cheap for a subscription myself). One thing that caught my eye, and Katherine's, too, was the slide lamp. When we found out at the end of our junior year in high school that one of the teachers as going to throw away all the old school slides, we dove in and took…