How to make fabric wall hangings. Looks like fabric covered canvas. The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: Simple, Thrifty DIY Art
The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: Simple, Thrifty DIY Art Really big DIY wall art using styrofoam and fabric. Also on the page is a tutorial to make your own painting using styrofoam, canvas drop cloth and random paint. Love the idea after we've painted a few rooms, to use the different colors to create a gigantic painting that ties the rooms together.
The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: Simple, Thrifty DIY Art Styrofoam insulation and fabric
The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: Simple, Thrifty DIY Art. (good blog for other household things)
The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: Simple, Thrifty DIY Art LOVE these colors- the directions list the fabrics and also instructions for a duvet cover
The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: Simple, Thrifty DIY Art...for empty area above display shelves
Love these and the other project after the jump! The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: Simple, Thrifty DIY Art
DIY art using sheets of one inch thick stryrofoam insulation covered with fabric. .... The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: Simple, Thrifty DIY Art
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Found it at Wayfair - Calming Circles Nature's Colors Kids Rug
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Alphabet Calming Circles ABC Kids Carpet
Alphabet Calming Circles Rectangle
Calming Circles Classroom Rugs
Carpets for Kids Calming Circles Nature's Colors Kids Rug
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magazine art...will be making something like this!!!
Rolled paper art--(The link doesn't open to website, but the photo illustrates the idea.)
Rolled up magazine art! April is Magazine Crafts for Pin It Crafts at TSCPL
Rolled paper wall art. Something to do with all of the old magazines I have
wall art - recycled magazines/paper - art mural - magasines recyclés
wall art made from recycled magazines great class art project
With recycled magazines! Day camp art project or just me?
Rolled paper art - http://www.ragandbone.com/blog/?p=1526
Rolled Paper Wall Art Project
This wall art was made by rolled up strips of magazine paper, glued together. Crafts,creative ideas,DIY,DIY Craft Ideas,DIY for the house,Dorm :),Things to Make and Do,Upcycling and Repurposing,✂ DIY & Crafts ✂,
25 of the best repurposed magazine projects. These repurposed craft and DIY ideas range from easy to advanced, some come with tutorials, and others you get to figure out for yourself (or even buy in the case of a few). What do I like best with repurposed magazine arts and crafts...they are low-to-no cost!
Blue Velvet Chair: 25 Repurposed Magazine Projects - DIY
25 of the best repurposed magazine DIY projects
25 Repurposed Magazine Projects
repurposed magazine placemats
recycled magazine crafts
25 of the best repurposed magazine projects. These repurposed craft and DIY ideas range from easy to advanced, some come with tutorials, and others you get to figure out for yourself (or even buy in the case of a few). W
On a mission to find cute placemats for a dinner party I was having this past Sunday, I ran into Pier One. I found these placemats that were made from magazine articles all sewn together. I didn't purchase those, but the idea stayed fresh in my mind, and once everyone had left the house, I knew just what I would be staying up late to create. My own repurposed magazine placemats... only more colorful. As it turns out, they are super-duper easy to make and only took me about an hour to make 2 placemats. I used 2 Modern Brides magazines for mime. (my favorite magazine ever!) I just tore out the advertisements that were brightly colored or that had interesting photos/graphics. Don't worry if you didn't tear the entire page evenly, I went through and trimmed each page to about 3/4 to 1/2 the size of the original page. Fold the torn pages in half, and then in half again and in half one more time. (3 folds all together) I used 20 strips of paper for each place mat. I took a piece of scotch tape, sticky side up and arranged the strips of paper so that the edges were stuck to the tape. This made sewing so much easier! I just sewed down the length of each placemat about 12 times, and then took the tape off. If you want to seal them, which you probably will, you can use a few coats of matte or gloss mod-podge for paper, or clear contact paper. Hopefully this is easy enough to follow along, but if you'd like, I can always make another quick placemat and take step-by-step photos? They really are so simple and fun to make. Hope you like them!!! I'm thinking of making some scapbook paper this same way too. It'd be a great way to re-use my ever growing stash of magazines!
It's time for another installment of 'My Favorite Things'. This time I've scoured the net and found 25 of the best repurposed magazine projects. These repurposed craft and DIY ideas range from easy...
Wall decor. more dimension, also looks like fish scales.
really fun diy artwork - modern dining room by Sindahl
Inexpensive DIY wall art idea.
fish scale wall art
Fishscale art work
You can see that post here. But I always wondered how the rest of that home looked. Here it is... Faux chincilla from Zgallerie & floating shelves from Ikea... The nails were hammered in in a diy project... Crystals were glued on to a towel rack for glam... A diy fish scale art project that…
Made from toilet paper rolls!!! Green, cheap, modern, and easy!!!http://pinterest.com/hsmithses/diy-projects/#
Made from toilet paper rolls!!! So green, cheap, modern, and easy!!! And check out all the options for designs - who knew toilet paper rolls (or I imagine paper towel rolls would work too) could make such awesom art!
Who would've thought empty toilet paper rolls could be so useful? :-) Toilet Paper Wall Art
Made from toilet paper rolls!!! You will need: Toilet paper rolls. (duh!) How many? Doesn’t matter. At least 10. You can also use paper towel rolls. Scissors Hot glue gun/sticks (don’t have one? Mine is a simple one I got for $3 at JoAnn because I don’t hot glue too much.) Spray paint in the color of your decor choice. I am using Rustoleum’s Metallic paint in Dark Bronze. Clothespins or similar clips. Rubber Gloves (optional, but HIGHLY recommended. Trust.)
Designs made of toilet paper rolls!!! You can probably use paper towel rolls too.
Make wall hangings out of toilet paper and paper towel rolls
Toilet paper and paper towel roll art! Awesome cheap project
TOILET PAPER ROLL art! DIY crafts
Toilet Paper Rolls Wall Art. You will need: Toilet paper rolls. (duh!) How many? Doesn’t matter. At least 10. You can also use paper towel rolls. Scissors Hot glue gun/sticks (don’t have one? Mine is a simple one I got for $3 at JoAnn because I don’t hot glue too much.) Spray paint in the color of your decor choice. I am using Rustoleum’s Metallic paint in Dark Bronze. Clothespins or similar clips. Rubber Gloves (optional, but HIGHLY recommended. Trust.) First. Flatten your rolls, then cut into 6 equal strips. If you have paper towel rolls, cut strips the same size as your TP roll strips, or about 1″ wide. Now, lay out TONS of newspaper in your garage (or set out a cardboard box). Here’s where the gloves come in handy. You can lay out all of the TP strips on the newspaper and just spray away, but I tried that. Those suckers flew all over the garage. So. My suggestion is to hold them in in your hand and spray. You can line a few up on your fingers, but I did one at a time and it wasn’t terribly time consuming. Plus, this can be your “me time“! Get it inside and out. Lay it on the paper so that the flat side doesn’t sit on the paper. Let it dry for an hour (or 15 hours, because let’s be honest…we mom’s are not on anyone’s schedule but our own.) and re-spray. This second coat can be a mass spraying over the whole group of strips. Let them dry 24 hours (or so.) Once dry, start hot gluing the corners of two of the little “petals” together. Then glue two more to it, creating an “X” with the four petals. Secure with clothespins on each touching side. Once you have all of your petals grouped into pods of four, you’ll want to start gluing the pods together, once again securing with clothespins as you go (If you don’t have enough clothespins, wait until the pods are all dry, then move on to this step). Keep gluing the pods all together in the pattern you like. I did 3 pods tall, 4 pods long. Once the glue is dry (an hour or so) it is ready to display!!! Take off those clothespins and hang that baby up! Impress (or gross out) your friends when you tell them how you made your new piece of art.
Create this tree shadowbox with recycled magazine pieces (and maybe foam core?)
Old magazine articles used by Colorstory Designs to develop this shadow box. It is an intricately hand-cut tree against a multi-hued collage of discarded pages sold on Fab.com
Create this tree shadowbox with recycled magazine pieces and foam core. Try initials, numbers, silhouettes.
Create this tree shadowbox with recycled magazine pieces (and maybe foam core?) // Oh, my! Quilt inspiration!
set of 5 tree shadowboxes- made from recycled magazines, handcut, colorful, winter, spring, summer, fall
Maybe top of side table, with paint and book spines? Create this tree shadowbox with recycled magazine pieces (and maybe foam core?)
Bright Tree Shadowbox - made from magazines! Great art project!
Magazine collages by colorstorydesigns on etsy.
DIY magazine shadowbox
This is our first shadowbox design and it continues to be our most popular- and each tree lives in a unique environment made from selected recycled magazines. Each living tree has been hand cut and can be a great gift for someone else or a unique gift for yourself. This tree makes a great statement piece for your home- beautiful! There are 2 layers of the living tree design, and at the back of the shadowbox is the background- which is made from recycled magazines. The depth that the various layers create can add dimension to any room in your home. The shadowbox can either be hung on the wall, or it is deep enough that it can sit on a table, as well. You might also enjoy our smaller tree shadowbox: https://www.etsy.com/listing/59494414/tree-shadowbox-on-the-right-made-from ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ measurements: The overall shadowbox is 20 1/2"x 20 1/2" and the black frame is 3/4" thick and 1 3/4" deep. Each shadowbox includes hanging hardware. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Our products by their very nature insist that each piece be one of a kind. General color schemes are all similar with a slight variation, due to the character of recycled magazines. This ensures that each product has a unique quality. Made with love...