Wednesday, April 29, 2015

DIY easy orb lampshade

 You know I like to make lighting this time I found a way to make a nice copper orb lighting using only cardboard and a paper lantern. I choose a copper paint but it will look great in any color! You will find the complete step by step tutorial on Dream a Little Bigger.

Monday, April 27, 2015

DIY Monday # Weaving tutorials

You couldn't missed the weaving vibe on crafts blogs lately! So I made a selection of nice tutorials to weave all around the house. Some are really easy and use a "cheating method" by customizing fabric or yarn. You will also find some cute weaving accessories! Happy Monday!

Woven stool diy // Smile and weave

DIY woven wall hanging // Crafts unleashed

 DIY woven pillow // A beautiful mess

DIY woven necklace //  Hello Hydrangea

DIY wire rack weaving // Wild olive

Woven circle mat diy // A beautiful mess

DIY weaving belt // Soul samourai

You may also like this weaving basket, I made it recycling old denim!

Friday, April 24, 2015

DIY herb garden

I'm so excited to share with you the first DIY I made as a contributor for Bob Vila. An easy idea to make a small plantation of aromatic plants. You don’t need to have a backyard or a lot of space, with just a few plastic bottles and some wood you can make your herbs shelf. What could be easier to have them on hand to season your dishes and summer salads? You will find the step by step tutorial on Bob Vila.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

How to make a tassel necklace pendant

Today I show you how to make an easy peasy tassel necklace, the perfect accessory for this summer. You can make it in any color, it will bring a bright touch to any outfit!

Supplies you gonna need: Chain, clasp, rings, beads, jewelry pin, embroidery thread and pliers.

 Puts the beads on the jewelry pin and fold the ends to make loops. Hook each loop with the chain.

 I choose two matching embroidery thread to make the tassel. Cut a piece of cardboard and wrap the thread around it. With an other piece of yarn make a knot on the top. Cut the bottom threads. Take an other piece of yarn and make a knot around the tassel to attach all yarns together.

Put a ring in the chain and attach the tassel on it with a knot. I wrapped a piece of jewelry wire around the tassel.... it gives a nice finish look.

Attach a few matching color beards on the side of the chain. 

And done! Easy! I love it and I think of doing more in different colors. Which color would you like to wear?
With the same spirit, you will probably love these neon earrings and this summer cocktail pendant!

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