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  • HandyMandy2323

    flax & twine: DIY Photo Light Box - A Finish Fifty Project - You're creative, you create new things every day, you sell them, want to show them... but you... need better photos. So you need a Light Box (everyone needs one). :) #craft #DIY #lightbox #photography

  • Daisy Johnson

    Simple DIY Photo Light Box~ cardboard box with the sides & top mostly replaced by white paper. GREAT IDEA

  • Maria Hewitt

    DIY Photo Light Box. You go to a lot of trouble to create beautiful projects. Before giving them to friends etc, make sure to take a photograph to keep. This DIY light box is a clever way to ensure projects are recorded in the best light possible (excuse the pun). Only question is, where do I store it? May have to make a flat pack version.

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Simple DIY Photo Light Box~ it makes a huge difference when you take pictures of anything.

flax & twine: DIY Photo Light Box - A Finish Fifty Project - You're creative, you create new things every day, you sell them, want to show them... but you... need better photos. So you need a Light Box (everyone needs one). :)

Arm Knitting How-To // Part 1: Casting On - flax & twine | craft + diy pin now and read later

  • faith guy

    a good thing to do is take your finger knitting and use it for yarn for your arm knitting.

  • Debbie Terry

    I have failed at knitting (except for the circle looms) so this may be fun (if I don't get the tension too tight!)

  • Kristen

    Circle looms count, Debbie! 4 years ago I made infinity scarves on them before they were popular. Paid for all of our Christmas gifts selling them at $18 each while I was laid up with an injured foot. Arm knitting is fun too!

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Learn Arm Knitting with a gorgeous step-by-step PHOTO tutorial. No more confusing videos! Includes cowl pattern La Farme / Anne weil | flax & twine

t-shirt | I need to make a lot of these.

quote from former: "Good tutorial for a light box. Pinner says: " But I will say that I just use a large clear plastic bin for my light box. The plastic does a great job of defusing the light and you don't have to get all crazy with tissue paper and box cutting. And when I'm done shooting, I throw lights and all in the bin until I need it next."

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DIY Jewelry Box - could be done with a hollow book too!

"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.)