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Street Artists, Tins Cans Art, Art Faces, Garden, Tin Cans, Dogs Sigh, Paintings Faces, Recycled Art, Streetart
Tin Can Faces .. Resources for Art faces, mixed media, up cycled, recycled art
"Can Men" by street artist My Dog Sighs. He leaves these painted cans on the streets in random places for passers-by to take home. Street art installation project and an altruistic gesture dedicated to the cause of free art for everyone. #streetart
My Dog Sighs: Can Men -Street artist My Dog Sighs creates painted faces on found crushed cans, which he then leaves on the streets in random places for passers-by to take home. It is both a street art installation project and an altruistic gesture dedicated to the cause of free art for everyone. #wallartroad #recycled #art
Tin can soda / DiY / déco / création / idea / Street Art / babouchka canettes et boîtes de conserve usagées transformées en personnage par l’artiste britannique connu sous le pseudo de My Dog Sighs. Pour en voir plus : http://funtastique.fr/transformer-des-canettes-en-personnages/
Tin can art at: my dog sighs http://www.flickr.com/photos/mydogsighs/with/12174826893/
Hair Flowers, Crafts Ideas, Clip Tutorials, Hair Pieces, Flowers Hair Clip, Felt Patterns, Felt Flowers, Fabrics Flowers, Flower Hair
felt and button hair flowers
Working with felt is really is and I've made tons of different kinds of hair pieces.
Felt Patterns | 400 Things: Felt Flower Hair Clips Tutorial
Crafts Ideas, Punchbal, Candles Holders, Teas Lights, Punch Bags, Punch Ball, Wax Candles, Centerpieces, Water Balloon
Lovely Lumiere: DIY Candles Hope you’re all sufficiently rested after lovely weekends to feel up to tackling this gorgeous little project that we found on www.candletech.com. So simple to make, and so gorgeous for any party or wedding, these little wax lumieres can be made in any size (depending on how big you make the balloons), so we’d suggest making lots and lots of all different dimensions and group them together to create glowing, organic centerpieces. Also, if you’re feeling braver, mix some colour into the wax and play around with different shades and tones – we’re going to try milky pinks and peaches for a soft, romantic feel… we’ll keep you posted on how we get on!! Enjoy, Aoife & Deirdre xx Now for the ‘How-To’… we’re giving you the pretty pictures first, and the instructions below ;0) You will need : High Melt Paraffin Wax (try most good craft stores), party balloons, a double boiler, non-stick cookie / biscuit sheet. 1. Fill balloon with tepid water. 2. Melt your wax. Optimum working temperature for this project is 180 degrees Fahrenheit. Try to maintain this temperature for your wax while working by keeping it on a double boiler. 3. Slowly dip your balloon into the wax to just below the water level in the balloon. Warning: Do not dip the balloon into the wax past the water level. This could cause the balloon to pop. 4. Hold the balloon in the wax for a few seconds, and then slowly lift it out of the wax. Dip the balloon a few more times, allowing some time between dips to let the wax cool. 5. While it is still quite warm, carefully set the balloon down onto a piece of paper or a cookie sheet, making sure it is level. This will create a flat bottom for the lumiere. 6. Dip your balloon a few more times until it is the desired thickness. A good target thickness is 1/4 to 1/2 of an inch. 7. Set the balloon on the paper or cookie sheet again and let it cool. 8. When the wax is completely cooled, hold the balloon over a sink or bucket, facing away from you. Carefully pop the balloon with a skewer or knife and let the water drain out. Throw away the balloon shards. 9. To level the top of the lumiere, heat a cookie sheet on the stove and place the lumiere top-down onto the hot sheet and carefully melt the edges until it is level. 10. Place a tea light or votive inside the lumiere and burn on a candle holder in a dark area…. gorgeous!
wax candle holder via water balloon
DIY wax candle holders - from blog with other great craft ideas ~ 36th Avenue