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    Hey everyone! I want to share with you the way I disassemble a shirt into working yardage. I use this all the time to get material from the clothes I get from myself or from Goodwill.


    A Sharpie and alcohol art project on canvas with incredible results!

    Felted bird ornament with scarf and hat Beedeebabee: A Cup of Squirrel...

    diy scrapbook paper branches JUST IN CASE U MISSED IT FIRST GO ROUND

    terra cotta ideas: cover it with lace and then sponge on paint. Lace acts as stencil.

    Framed monogram wall hanging using burlap and Hobby Lobby letter and paints via loveoffamilyandho...!

    Stamp on felt, cut out and colour in with markers. Very creative! Felt Pup

    draw cute faces on the light bulbs

    Wood Sign, Home Decor, No Vinyl, Kitchen, Dining Room Wall Decor, Blessing Sign, Distressed Rustic Primitive, Bless The Food Before Us on Etsy, $48.00

    paper crafts

    this is seriously the coolest thing ever

    I ❤ crazy quilting & embroidery . . . Today I made a bag for my new IPad (my birthday present). I have been working on the crazy quilted flap for the past few days. Stitching, buttons, beads, charms, ribbon etc. I started crazy quilting when I was young, and it is still one of my favourites! I recently started using thicker threads (Edmar "Lola" is my favourite, but also Kreinik #8 braid & Trebizond silk) & now I think I need to get bigger beads (a trip to the bead store maybe.)

    DIY book paper leaves

    little houses on pillow cases. great way to use fabric scraps.

    ReCycled Denim Pair RePurposed Pocket PotHolders

    Fabric butterfly tutorial

    Design Tips Archives - Page 3 of 5 - Magnolia Homes

    Elephant Ribbon Sculpture Hair Clip


    52 Free Apron Patterns You Can Make:

    This easy embroidered photo is a perfect Christmas gift for Grandma or Grandpa! Click through for excellent directions. | The Glamorous Housewife

    TEA CUP mixed media collage by Kate Mason ~ original artwork included collage elements: paint, patterned paper, old music sheets, napkins, rub ons and fabric.

    Easy, straightforward steps to making your own black-out lined back-tab curtains!