Posts Tagged Tutorials

Wild Olive’s Needle Threader

Photo courtesy of Wildolive.blogspot.com

Happy August, ya’ll!!!  And to celebrate August I have brought you an adorable needle threader project.  Hooray!  Working with crochet cotton as much as I do it is sometimes necessary for me to thread small needles with the cotton thread for beading, giant embroidery, zombie and/or Frankenstein making or whatever I’m doing and this is the cutest thing ever!  The cutest needle threader in the history of needle threaders!  Click here for Wild Olive’s fun tutorial.

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Fabric Covered Shoe Makeover

Photo courtesy of blog.craftzine.com

Spring and summer is my big Goodwill hunting (har har) season and this year I’m all about new shoes.  I love shoes, I mean I REALLY love shoes, but I don’t have the budget for the kinds of shoes I’d love to own so I am stoked about this tutorial at Craftzine on fabric covered shoes!  Click here to view the full post and tutorial.

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Makeup Tutorial with Hana The Banana

Hana is funny and talented and is quickly becoming one of my favorite people.  If you’re just starting out with makeup or just want to see how someone else creates their blended eye looks, check out Hana’s video below.

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Mani Monday Cure :: Apples!

Photo courtesy of luuthienluv.blog.m

I can’t get over this one!  How cute are these scrumptious red delicious and granny smith apples?  Get the full tutorial over at Luuthienluv.blog.m by clicking here.  The site is not in English, but luckily this is a photo-tuto!

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Deb Roby’s Stretches for Crafters

I felt a little silly following along with Deb’s instructions in my cubicle here at work, but I really like this routine!  I especially like the idea of rolling a ball over my wrists, forearms and neck!

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Mother’s Day Paper Bouquet Tutorial

Photo courtesy of ellinee.com

I’ve seen a lot of flower tutorials using felt, paper, fabric and even duct tape and I always thought they were great ideas, but never though of how I could use them.  That is until now, Ellinee has shared this great idea on a gorgeous and inventive Mother’s Day gift.  Click here for the full post and the tutorial on how to make the flowers and butterflies.

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Fabric Covered Suitcase DIY

Photo courtesy of shopliftvintage.com/

Looking for a new set of matching luggage or just want to spruce up your old favorite?  Check out Shop Lift Vintage’s post on how to make your own fabric covered suitcase and be in need of a little color on your luggage no longer!  Click here for the full post and how-to.

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