Friday, September 30, 2016

How to make a skull stamp


 A life true: stamps are one of the coolest things in the world! I should stamp more, it makes me happy! It's kind of silly, let's just say it's my childish side that speaks! Long ago I make some stamps for my daughter birthday's party, I just used the same technique again to create this skull one. As Halloween is just around the corner, it's the perfect timing.


You will need a piece of wood, some foam sheet, a cutter, glue and some scissors.


On the foam draw the skull shape. Start with a circle and draw a square below to make the jaw. Cut it out using the cutter or scissors.


Cut out two circles for the eyes, little triangles for the nasal cavity and tree vertical rectangles for the teeth.


Foam sheets comes in various thicknesses, if you used one of 5 mm you can skip this step. If  your sheet is thinner, it's better to make a second skull. That way your skull shape will have a little more thick and it will work better to stamp.


Glue the shape(s) on the wood piece.


Apply the paint on the stamp and start having fun. I tried different way, and what works better, it's applied the paint with a brush on the stamp. That way you don't put too much paint and is well spread out.


I just stamped on a sheet to make a Halloween wall art. But It will be fun to stamp on fabric to make a skull scarf or a tea towel!!! Do you have any other ideas how to use your skull stamp?





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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

How to make a fall wreath with scrap paper


 As fall officially begun, let's make a nice wreath using some paper scraps. It's a very easy craft to achieve and you don't need a lot of material. You can hang it to decor your front door, or place it indoor, maybe above the fire place....what do you thing? You will find the step by step tutorial on Dream a Little Bigger. Don't hesitate to have a look at the others post, Allison has some stunning decor ideas for Halloween!



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Monday, September 26, 2016

DIY to try # Clothing rack


We all agree that an organized home makes life easier. Today we have a few clever ideas to build your own clothes rack. It can be useful if you have a too small closet and need some extra space to hang your clothes. It can also be a good option if you want to keep the entryway or the mudroom organized. You can hang your jackets and coats on the rail, and leave your shoes on the bottom board.
I hope you will feel inspired! Have a nice week.

DIY planter closet // Katleen Roggeman via Cocolapinedesign

DIY copper clothing rack // Minimal craft

DIY pipe clothing rack //  Black oak studio



DIY ladder wardrobe // A pair and a spare


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