Turn a blanket into a car seat cover for your dog Tutorial - too clever! You could use it for kids too just don't hook front part to seats on top hook to bottom of front seats to cover carpets... Car Seats, Suddenly Stop And, Cars Seats Covers, Car Seat Covers, Pet, Dogs Cars Seats, Diy Cars, Hair, Dogs Hammocks Style
Aztec Print iPhone 5 Case - White
Iphone Cases, Iphone 5S, Prints Iphone, Aztec Prints, Iphone 5 Cases
Homemade coconut milk shampoo ~ slightly different recipe. I'm so anxious to try this. Bought my coconut milk today! I'm going to add vanilla essential oil to mine. EDITED TO Add: some women are swapping the Castile soap in this popular recipe for an organic baby shampoo/wash. They say if you have hard water it's a better mix for the hair.
35 money saving home decor knock offs
Diy Home Decor, 35 Money Sav, 35 Diy, Decor Ideas, 35 Fun, Money Save, Decor Diy, Diy Projects, Decor Knock Off
Personalized Monogram Print Family Name with Established Date on Burlap Wedding Anniversary or Housewarming Gift. $20.00, via Etsy.
Gifts Ideas, Burlap Prints, Burlap Weddings, Monograms Prints, Prints Burlap, Wedding Anniversaries, Prints Families, Families Names, Housewarming Gifts
Personalized burlap Print Burlap Wedding Gift by 33marketstreet, $20.00
DIY stenciled burlap pillows with freezer paper.
Pillows Covers, Burlap Monograms, Burlap Gulp, Burlap Pillows, Diy Stencil, Monograms Pillows, Fabrics, Stencil Burlap, Diy Burlap
NashvillePug: Stenciled Burlap Pillow Covers
DIY stenciled burlap pillows with freezer paper. WHAT is freezer paper?
DIY burlap pillows using freezer paper for stencil
DIY stenciled monogram pillow for bedroom
These stenciled burlap candleholders are easy to make and look beautiful lit.
Burlap Candlehold, Candles Holders, Volack Stencil, Christmas Theme, Burlap Candles, Burlap Burlap, Stencil Burlap, Theme Stencil, Reindeer Ideas
@Hannah Volack Stenciled Burlap Candleholders
with christmas theme stencils - would be super cute
These stenciled burlap candle holders are easy to make and look beautiful lit. Something other than deer...
satchel styled plarn tote bag pattern
Recycled Plastic, Crochet Patterns Free, Plastic Bags, Crochet Bags, Crochet Plarn, Crochet Totes, Beaches Bags, Free Patterns, All Bags Patterns
Recycled plastic crocheted tote bag
Looks like a fun beach bag.
Satchel style tote bag: 14” wide x 10” long, with 14” handles. One large ball of plastic bag yarn “Plarn” in white (approx. 40 bags); small ball of pink plarn (approx. 20 bags). Hook size J. Worked in rounds with HDC stitch, easy to adjust size. #crochet #bag #plarn #repurpose #reuse #recycle
plarn crochet patterns free | ... crochet plarn sandals crochet plarn can cozy crochet plarn ripple
Miss Julias Vintage Knit & Crochet Patterns: Free Patterns with Plarn - Recycled Plastic Bags
plarn tote bag pattern
Plarn tote bag
Crochet Tote, Bags Patterns, Plarn Patterns, Crochet Patterns, Simple Patterns, Bag Patterns
Another PLARN pattern. She says it can hold a whole week's worth of groceries in this GIGANTIC plastic tote. It is crocheted from plastic grocery sacks, and you can make your own with this simple pattern.
Box-Bottom Tote #crochet #pattern #free_pattern #upcycle #recycle #repurpose #plarn #upcycle_plastic #grocery_bags #tote
Plarn Crochet Tote Bag
square bottom crocheted bag pattern using plarn
DIY paper cut map
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paper cut city map
Cut paper maps of cities -
DIY: paper cut out of map of favorite city
Map Cut Outs
Paper Cut Map
DIY canvas transfer
Gel Medium, Canvas Photos, Canvas Prints, Photos Canvas, Image Transfer, Photos Transfer, Diy Canvas, Canvas Pictures, Canvas Portraits
DIY canvas print using photo transfer to fabric
DIY Canvas Photo Transfer
DIY Canvas Photo - Image Transfer
Black and white photo canvas portraits... I heart this!
DIY Canvas Portrait: Transfer a laser copy (not inkjet) of a photograph to canvas using a gel medium.
DIY canvas picture
transferring images with contact paper
Con Tact Paper, Wall Art, Clear Contact, Transfer Photocopi, Transfer Image, Image Transfer, Photocopi Texts, Contact Paper, Lilblueboo With
Transfer photocopied text and images to contact paper. Very cool! Maybe this could be an alternative to vinyl wall art? by nona bologna
contact paper ideas: photo / image transfer
Journaling using clear contact paper to transfer images
DIY Chalkboard Porcelain Serving Platter
Idea, Chee Platters, Chalkboards Paintings, Chalk Boards, Chee Plates, Cheese Platters, Cheese Boards, Cheese Plates, Serving Platters
chalkboard serving platter, GREAT idea, but is chalkboard paint food safe?
such a great idea for tasting trays or cheese boards //DIY Chalkboard Porcelain Serving Platter
Well hello good idea. Chalk board cheese platter.
Such a cute cheese plate idea! A serving platter with chalk board paint for labeling those delicious cheese!
DIY braided nut bracelet
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DIY Animal Lamp
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DIY Fox Lamp - great for a kid's room
This is such a cute idea! Take a stuffed animal (one without fur) paint it over with craft goo called Stiffy, yank the stuffing out and replace it with a string of LED lights and you've made an adorable night light for your favorite kid
DIY tutorial to make this cute fox lamp, with LED lights only.
Stuffed animal lamp, easy DIY project.
DIY Fox Lamp. So easy! Just sew, stuff, paint the fabric with fabric stiffener, unstuff then run some Christmas lights into the hardened shell. Brilliant and cheap! Would be great for a night light too.
Idea, Moustache, Baby Gifts, Baby Boys, Mustache Pacifiers, Baby Shower Gifts, Future Baby, Kids, Baby Shower
Mustache Pacifier - sooo #baby boy #cute kid #Cute Baby #lovely kid
I found the baby shower gift @Hannah Miller should always give. #baby #gift #moustache
Ok totally doing this for my future baby boy or girl if I can remember since it will be a WHILE
Idea for baby boy. :) And she's having a girl! No mustache pacifiers.
Babyshower # moustache
how to tie a nautical knot
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Monkeys fist knot
diy nautical knot (monkey knot)
decorative knot for a knot board
How to tie a nautical rope knot
DIY Jewelry DIY Nautical Rope : DIY tie a Nautical Knot
Transfer printed words from your computer onto wood to make sweet signs,
Salvaged Wood, Vintage Looks, Painted Signs, Distressed Wood Signs, Distressed Signs, Homemade Signs, Wooden Signs, Paintings Signs, Transfer Prints
Transfer printed words from your computer onto wood to make sweet signs. AWESOME and easier than how I've always done them! Today I have a little tutorial for you. I'm going to show you how to (easily!) make these sweet wooden signs. I promise- they're a cinch, they don't take long at all to make and cost pretty much nothing. You will need: piece of salvaged wood upholstery tacks or short nails (optional) hammer acrylic paint (background color) black acrylic paint (or other color to fill in letters) large paint brush small paint brush laser printer twine Sharpie Marker or other dull, rounded tool This project started with a pile of cedar fence pieces that we've had sitting in our backyard for ages. My husband had just loaded a good portion of them into our chiminea to be burned when I got the idea for these signs and was able to save them from becoming ash. I loved how grey and weathered they had become from sitting outside. Start by lightly sanding your piece of wood if it's too rough, or just wiping it off to remove any dirt or other loose particles. Next, distress the wood to your liking. I hammered a few upholstery tacks into the corners, added a couple of empty nail holes then banged on it with the claw of my hammer. In the photo below the top piece is untouched and the bottom one has been beaten. Poor thing. Next, choose your paint. Most home improvement stores sell miss-tinted paints for very cheap, so during one of my visits to the Home Depot I picked up this little sample pot of pretty blueish gray paint for .50. Sweet! After experimenting with different paints while makig these signs, I've found that the less sheen the paint has, the better. Cheap acrylic craft paint works best, flat latex paint like the kind I used here is next best. DON'T bother with spray paint- your letters won't transfer well at all. (I wasn't really sure if I was going to be doing a tutorial for this or not until I was finished, so I'm afraid I'm missing a few photos for some of the steps. Don't worry. It will make sense anyway.) After you've properly dented and nicked your piece of wood to perfection and added your tacks or nails, take your large , dry paint brush and get a little paint on it. Wipe off any excess on the lip of your paint can and sweep your paint lightly over the wood. You're not going for a perfect paint job here. In fact, you want it to be as imperfect as possible without it looking like you were trying to make it imperfect, if that makes any sense. And don't bother painting the sides, just the front. Once you're happy with the paint, put the wood aside to dry and head to your computer. Choose a word and a font that you want on your sign and enlarge it to a size that will fit on the piece of wood that you have. Flip it so it's backwards and print. I used Adobe Photoshop to print my backwards words using the "Rotate Canvas" feature under Image, then clicking on "Flip Horizontal". If you're using another software program like Microsoft Word, it might be a little trickier. Check the already submitted comments to see if you can find something that works, or check out this link that I found that explains how to either flip the text using your printer's functions, or in Word itself. It seems like kind of an involved process, but I tried it with my older version of Word and it worked. Go back to your wood and rinse the paintbrush you just used, but don't worry about getting the brush dry. Turn your piece of paper over so that the ink is face down on your wood, position it so that it's centered (I like to crease the bottom of my paper along the edge of the wood so it doesn't move around) and begin brushing the paper with your wet paintbrush. You don't want to make your paper sopping wet or the ink will just run and the paper will disintegrate. Just wet it enough so that it seeps through to the other side and starts to release the ink from the paper. Take your Sharpie lid and begin to burnish your letters going horizontally and vertically. You want to transfer as much of the ink from the paper to the wood as you can. Don't peek, though. You don't want to accidentally shift your paper. Just scribble over each letter being sure you've burnished over every bit of each one. Here's what it should look like when you're done. You could leave it like this if you want it to be really faded looking, or... ... you can go back with your small paint brush and fill in the letters a little with some very, very diluted black paint. Once you've finished with the word, distress the sign a little more with some sandpaper, taking off some of the paint along the edges and swiping it over the word a bit to make it look more aged and authentic. Finally, nail or staple twine to the back of your wood to act as a hanger for your new, old-looking sign. I used some of my favorite foods for the signs I made for my kitchen and I just adore them. The "cocoa" sign was the very first one I did, and as you can see I was more deliberate when filling in the letters with paint than I was with the others. I like the faded look of the other ones more, so I'll go back and sand it a little so that it matches them better. Here are a couple more signs that need their twine hangers nailed on before they make the trip to the consignment store. I plan on making several more using other colors of paint and maybe even other colors of ink! Wouldn't it be cute to have a little white-washed board with the word "apples" painted on it in red? I haven't tried using other colors of ink yet, but I don't know why it wouldn't work just as well as the black. Don't limit yourself to food items when thinking of words to put on these signs. You could hang these above a bedroom door and paint the child's name on them, or your favorite inspirational word or scripture reference, or a simple word like "family" or "home" or "welcome". There's really no limit to where these could go in your house. I might just have to make another "soap" one for my laundry room. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed the tutorial, and that you can salvage some wood to
Vintage looking painted sign from salvaged wood
Transfer printed words from your computer onto wood to make a homemade sign. Good tutorial per post.
Distressed wood sign
Transfer printed words from your computer onto wood to make distressed signs - transfer vintage packaging logos onto miniatures (?) thorough instructions plus links to other helpful print transfer resources
Homemade dog car seat cover
Car Seats, Suddenly Stop And, Cars Seats Covers, Car Seat Covers, Pet, Dogs Cars Seats, Diy Cars, Hair, Dogs Hammocks Style
dog car seat cover... keep car from being covered in dog hair!
- I NEED TO MAKE THIS!!! DIY car seat cover for dogs, hammock style keeps them from jumping into the front and keeps them from hurting themselves if there is a sudden stop.. and keeps the hair out of the car!
~~DIY car seat cover for dogs~~ hammock style keeps them from jumping into the front and keeps them from hurting themselves if there is a sudden stop. Also would be great for keeping pet hair out of the seats and carpet
Kids Birthday, Birthday Parties, Party Invitations, Banners Invite, Diy Birthday Invitations, Parties Ideas, Invitations Ideas, Parties Invitations, Cards
birthday party #Party Ideas
Cute banner invitation idea
Cute DIY birthday invites
party invite idea, sew on flags or bunting shapes
Bunting Party Invites - kids birthday invitation card ideas
Kid's Birthday Party invitations
Wood Centerpieces, Jars Centerpieces, Pretty Parties, Trees Trunks, Centerpieces Flowers, Logs Sets, Wood Slices, Trees Trays, Mason Jars
i like the wood and mason jar centerpiece
Wood slice centerpiece
Notice the centerpiece... flowers in mason jars placed on a sliver of a tree trunk....LOVE IT
I like the varying heights of the mason jars and the wood centerpiece
log setting- darling!
Love the tree trunk
Chalkboards Diy, Diy Crafts, Paintings Ideas, Chalkboards Paintings, Chalkboards Sprays Paintings, Old Frames, Homemade Chalkboards, Diy Chalkboards, Chalkboards Ideas
Chalkboard paint ideas
chalkboard spray paint
Cute idea! Just use an old frame
DIY Chalkboard DIY Home DIY Crafts DIY Homemade Chalkboards
chalkboards diy! #diy chalkboard paint!
dyeing with bleach
Diy Crafts, Bleach Stencil, Books Nerd, Bleach Sprays, Bleach Shirts, Bleach Tshirt, Bleach Dyes, T Shirts, Crafty Ideas
Home bleached tshirt tutorial!
DIY bleach dye t-shirt - Book Nerd
Bleach dyeing T Shirts
book nerd bleach shirt @Jessica Huch
Soak steel wool in apple cider vinegar, rub down new wood with the soaked steel wool for an instantly aged wood look.
Steel Wool, Aged Wood, Apple Cider Vinegar, Wood Signs, Apples Cider Vinegar, Soaking Steel, Vintage Signs, Instant Age, Age Wood
SO FREAKIN AWESOME!!! Soak steel wool in apple cider vinegar, rub down new wood with the soaked steel wool for an instantly aged wood look. Good to know for "vintage" signs. This will go great with the carving wood signs.
to do: learn paper quilling