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Cut lengths of 30cm colourful cotton threads, as many as you like. 2. Glue one end of each of the threads to make it easier to thread the crimps and beads.

Word jewelry DIY courtesy of Berry Rules original @http://theberry.com/2012/06/26/accessorize-yourself-with-awesome-39-photos/awesome-accessories-17-37/

Photo tutorial on how to make this bracelet. I have done two and they come out great! :)

"Good Night" Night Light. — This would be perfect hanging under a loft by your futon if you want a little light while you're relaxing at night. I'd probably scale it down and use a lighter painters canvas + large-bulb string lights so you can hang it on a wall hook without worrying about it being too heavy. (Just don't leave it on overnight! Might get too hot with the string lights.)

make for a swimsuit cover up? knot fringe. Great for beach wear and layering! I bet you could do a whole shirt like this! No need to purchase those cool new crocheted Tees. You can make your own! (Also, I bet you can cut a long strand around the shirt to your desired length and crochet with the original t-shirt's pattern.)

DIY bracelet. Made a similar one to the one in the bottom right corner, it almost never leaves my wrist.

teahab: Tutorial Today Wednesday

  • Renee Vs

    Tool list: Tigertail (nylon coated wire) / Seed beads in graduating colours / Crimps / Jump rings / Chain / Clasp Instructions: Cut 6 lengths of tigertail that are all 12cm long / Put a crimp onto the end of one piece of tigertail, then thread that end through a jump ring and back on itself into the crimp / Push the crimp tight against the jump ring and squash between pliers / Thread on equal amounts of each colour seed bead to required length / Thread another crimp on after the the last seed bead / Thread the tigertail through a second jump ring and back through the crimp / Pull tight and squash the crimp / Trim any excess tigertail / Repeat these steps twice for each jump ring so you end up with three lots of two strands / Attach all three sections with a jump ring at one end / Plait the three sections together and secure with another jump ring / Measure the extra chain needed to fit around the rest of your wrist and secure each end to the outer jump rings of the plaited section / Part your chain in the middle and attach your clasp to one end (and a jump ring to the other if needed) / Put it on your wrist and rock some ombre styling!

DIY charm bracelets. Use charms of your sorority's symbol as a great gift for your big/little!

✔Foto "pinnata" dalla nostra lettrice carla Covasce blogger di Craft Patisserie DIY threaded chairs