Today’s DIY inspiration comes from Alaska Crafter and they are very nifty chalkboard glasses. Chalkboard paint is very interesting and can be used in so many different ways. Sure makes for easy labels for all those jars in the pantry.
See the DIY how-to here!
I made my dry erase board! I used a frame from Ikea, the whole surface is just glass, and I lined it with some wintery scrapbooking paper I had laying around… turned out pretty cute :)
I started coming up with some ideas for these chipboard/cardboard letters I’ve collected, so I decided to create a collage of different papers or magazine pages and glue them on top … work in progress!
Color Etch letters from UO
This has to be one of the easiest DIYs on the planet!
Today’s DIY idea inspiration is courtesy of papernstitch — You can make your own dry erase board out of a picture frame, lined with pretty paper or fabric and topped with glass/acrylic/plastic or anything else of that sort. Easy as pie! I already have my materials ready … I’ll keep you posted!
Came across this crafty masterpiece on Etsy today. I love the stitching and use of fabric! This is a perfect end of fall DIY project, hopefully in the near future.
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Today’s DIY inspiration is a leaf bracelet by Elle of A Slippery Maiden, made out of faux leather and sewn together. How brilliant?! This could be applied to so many other materials…
I’m itching to DIY so bad! This project seems like a fun one, block printing on fabric. This shirt looks like it was bleached first and then stamped with a turtle design. Kinda hippie so I’m loving it!
Image via The Dye Forum
Here’s the finished project for my first BLOCK PRINT! I must say it’s a little tricky, especially if you want to spell something out. So I stuck with an easier project to start with and I’m excited to bring on more difficult projects in the near future! Yay! Check out the steps I took to create this little masterpiece. ;)
Didn’t realize that this Block Printing starter kit would be a slight splurge, but I went for it anyways. I’ve watched a few tutorials and I think I can manage…hopefully! Stay tuned to see what fun little designs I come up with. Practice Makes Perfect.
I’ve started creating my own magazine bowl — right now it looks a little bit like a coaster, which isn’t bad at all either! I haven’t gotten through one magazine yet so I’ll keep you posted…