Here are some ways you can make home cosmetics out of things that can mostly be found in your kitchen. It's fun, safe for kids and good for your skin!
Some time ago my husband spotted a pair of quality speakers on a flea market at a ridiculously low price and he bought them. I have nothing against a good sound quality but the worn cherry wood finish was not really something I wanted to see in our living room. After some thinking, I bought black woodgrain d-c-fix adhesive vinyl to cover the red cherry wood. I don’t know if I have ever used d-c-fix before but it was really easy to use. I removed part of the backing paper and just rolled it on my speakers, removing any bubbles with a plastic ruler. The vinyl was sturdy enough for…
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I show how I turned an old light bulb in to a nice hanging flower vase. Askartelin vanhasta hehkulampusta kivan roikkuvan yhden kukan maljakon.
I made some bracelets using both glass, metal, acai and buri-beads strung into elastic cord. The design came out in accident but I like it.
I was inspired by my daughters spring circus performance theme, "Underwater animals", to create her an unique gold fish circus costume. For once I could let my imagination run wild and this is what I came up with!
Pimping your bicycle is a nice project. I crocheted a skirt guard and made a nice basket liner that uses old pillow case lace as a decoration. To add some more refashioning, I turned old baby mitten holders into bicycle skirt garters.
Testasin Ison Omenan Pajaa ja kokelin 3D-printtausta, laserleikkuria ja vinyylileikkuria. I tested the maker's space "Paja" at the local library and tried out 3D-printing, laser cutting and a vinyl cutter.
In my series of Oldies I post some of my older makes and tell how they have behaved in use. I start with this Upländsk Fågelkrans hat that I knitted 5 years ago and have been using a lot.
The beginning of the New Year is a good time for reflection. I have been spending a lot of time thinking about what I do and why I do it. From these thoughts arose these 10 questions. I decided to challenge all sewers, knitters, crafters etc. to answer 10 questions about their hobby! Below are the questions.