Jun. 28th, 2012

[identity profile] poisons-sanity.livejournal.com
Oh man craftgirls, it feels like it's been foreveeeeeeeeeeer since I last posted. I haven't been making as much jewelry due to time constraints of when people are home in my apartment(I don't like to infect neighbors with loud scary drilling)and...because Diablo 3 came out. Anyway, here is a couple of fused dichroic glass mushrooms I made weeks ago, that I finally got around to taking photographs of.

two more here )
[identity profile] ethora.livejournal.com
As you may remember from my posts here many years ago, I make trees like this one:

Read more... )
[identity profile] jerricajaneen.livejournal.com

Yesterday I posted about the current and upcoming Fall trend of Contrast Collars. I got crafty last night and created an easy-DIY project to share with you! Here we go...

Items you will need:
- Collared shirt in a pattern/color of your choice
- Chain link bracelet that has a clasp (I just found one that had been lying around)
- Diagonal pliers (or something that will cut through the bracelet)
- Sewing needle
- Thread
- Iron
- Scissors

Tutorial under here! )

[identity profile] claddaghemerald.livejournal.com
I've started making my own clothing. This is one of my first pieces, a shirt I am calling 'sunset shirt.' XD

What do you think?
my shirt! )
[identity profile] leahg2007.livejournal.com
lovely illustration for our company packaging label was created by the wonderful artist Dan Bereznitsky – who happens to be my nephew!
[identity profile] jerricajaneen.livejournal.com

I'm on a roll with DIYs these days. I recently saw a cute & creative Countdown Frame on Pinterest (on which I waste my days away). I have a stack of picture frames we received as gifts from the wedding, that haven't been given a good use yet. I chose one that would fit a 5x7 photo and got to work recreating the project! Here's my version of the tutorial:

Items you will need:
- Photo frame (I used a 5x7, but you may use a larger or smaller one. Keep in mind that if you are using playing cards for the countdown numbers, the frame will need to be large enough for the card)
- Playing cards
- Clothespin (I used a mini "paper-clip" clothespin that I found a while back at Walmart)
- Fabric
- Scissors
- Name plate
- Cardstock (for the back & inside of the name plate)
- Hot glue gun & glue sticks

Tutorial under here! )

[identity profile] michannosekai.livejournal.com
I had this urge to upcycle my old-and-already-torn jeans and my t-shirt, so I decided to make a bag from them. I used the leg part of the jeans as the sling and the flap, I used the t-shirt for the lining, and I use some nice remnant fabric for the flap, just to make it looks nicer.

(click the photo to see more photos of the bag)


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