1. mycutecrush:

DIY pretty paper flowers!

    mycutecrush:

    DIY pretty paper flowers!

  2. brittybum:

carlee:

Materials:
* 175 wine corks, plus a few for mistakes
* hot glue sticks & gun
* non-adhesive shelf liner
* sharp pocket knife
* cutting board
* rotary cutter and mat
* long ruler or yardstick
* coarse sand paper
Step-by-step instructions here on Crafty Nest

I’m gonna have my mom and grandma save me corks. Summer to-do list.

    brittybum:

    carlee:

    Materials:

    * 175 wine corks, plus a few for mistakes

    * hot glue sticks & gun

    * non-adhesive shelf liner

    * sharp pocket knife

    * cutting board

    * rotary cutter and mat

    * long ruler or yardstick

    * coarse sand paper

    Step-by-step instructions here on Crafty Nest

    I’m gonna have my mom and grandma save me corks. Summer to-do list.

    (via craftdiscoveries)

  3. craftdiscoveries:

icouldmakethat:

Decoupaging with Lace - Urban Comfort
Oh my god, these are amazing.

Pretty AND easy!

    craftdiscoveries:

    icouldmakethat:

    Decoupaging with Lace - Urban Comfort

    Oh my god, these are amazing.

    Pretty AND easy!

  4. brittanynmorrison:

DIY candle holders via Fossil! Want to make them for yourself? Here are the instructions, straight from the site! (If you need extra pictures to figure out what you’re doing, click on the picture to go straight to the original post.)
Materials
candle holder with flat sides (any size)craft adhesive– multi-purpose for wood and glass surfacesgarden prunersdry tree or shrub branches


Step 1. Wash the candle holder with dish soap and dry well. Cut the  branches down to sticks close to the height of the candle holder, it is  best to cut a few at a time.
Step 2. Dab the glue on a stick making sure to hit the areas that will  be flush to the glass. Place on the glass.  You can do a few at a time  and then hold until they won’t slide off before you rotate the holder.
Step 3. Repeat until all of the glass has been covered. As always, if  using a candle holder do not leave these unattended! Isn’t the end  result just magnificent?

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    brittanynmorrison:

    DIY candle holders via Fossil! Want to make them for yourself? Here are the instructions, straight from the site! (If you need extra pictures to figure out what you’re doing, click on the picture to go straight to the original post.)

    Materials

    candle holder with flat sides (any size)
    craft adhesive– multi-purpose for wood and glass surfaces
    garden pruners
    dry tree or shrub branches

    Step 1. Wash the candle holder with dish soap and dry well. Cut the branches down to sticks close to the height of the candle holder, it is best to cut a few at a time.

    Step 2. Dab the glue on a stick making sure to hit the areas that will be flush to the glass. Place on the glass.  You can do a few at a time and then hold until they won’t slide off before you rotate the holder.

    Step 3. Repeat until all of the glass has been covered. As always, if using a candle holder do not leave these unattended! Isn’t the end result just magnificent?

    Ask | Submit

  5. winsomethings:

crafts- sewing: bow pillow tutorial via E Tells Tales

    winsomethings:

    crafts- sewing: bow pillow tutorial via E Tells Tales

  6. falling-in-love-tomorrow:

I love this railing, it reminds me of the wonderful architecture of the elves in the Lord of the Rings! It is so delicate, I love it!

    falling-in-love-tomorrow:

    I love this railing, it reminds me of the wonderful architecture of the elves in the Lord of the Rings! It is so delicate, I love it!

  7. falling-in-love-tomorrow:

How to: multi strand finger loop braiding

    falling-in-love-tomorrow:

    How to: multi strand finger loop braiding

  8. falling-in-love-tomorrow:

DIY: Tree Branch Coat Rack

    falling-in-love-tomorrow:

    DIY: Tree Branch Coat Rack