Washi Tape Light Switch & Outlet Covers
So I may have mentioned before that my new craft room will be shared with the washer and dryer and that’s fine by me. I don’t mind company but what I do mind are the
Hanna Nunn's Paper Cut Lamps
Inspired by nature, Hanna Nunn's paper cut lamps are as beautiful as their inspiration. Designed and handmade in her workshop, the lamps are available in the table variety as well as wall, pendant (lampshades) and fairy. Pictured above is 'Allium' and below is 'Goldenrod'. The lamps range from $75 to $92 whereas the fairy lights (for indoor use only) will set you back about $158 US.
Make your own DIY Paper Lantern Today I’m sharing with you this DIY Paper Lantern Lamp Shade I made today. I love paper lanterns as they are so simple and in-expensive but I fancied adding a little something extra to this one. As I seem to be adding paper butterflies to everything at the moment I thought it was only appropriate to add some more to other objects in the house. To recycle a paper lantern all you need is: 1 x Paper Lantern Paper Butterflies in various sizes. Glue To make the…
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Tervetuloa Kotilieden blogimaailmaan. Seuranasi Suklaapossu, Himahella, Frutti di Mutsi, Kaakao kermavaahdolla, Vappu Pimiä ja Paratiisi takapihalla sekä ruokablogiverkostomme!
More lace things – DIY.
Last summer I made a TV program for Swedish Television –SVT called Hemma Hos... (at home with…) We visited different well known swedish artist and threw a party. I made the decorations. With the same technique as the lace lamp I also made napkin rings and I made a smaller ball (round a normal sized…
100 + Washi Tapes Project Ideas And Where To Buy Washi Tape
I've had a lightly obsession with washi.. I just haven't gotten the time to do projects. I have lots of them that even Aries loves it and keeps wanting me to give her some tapes to place on her doll house.Some weeks ago, Micheal's had on clearance Washi Tape for $1.74 for a pack of 2 -4. So, I…
A DIY Flower Chandelier: My MASKROS Makeover
Good Morning! I'm very excited to post pics of my 2nd DIY project for my daughter's room. I'm so happy with the result and all it took was some time and a few craft store supplies. No artistic experience needed. :) Be warned... this is a long post as I wanted to share the details of each step. Without further adieu... Here's how it went down: Step 1: I wanted to cut down the flowers. Nothing wrong with them and you can easily do this project leaving the paper flowers as is. Personally, I…