Instruction on Chinese knotting
AMAZING! wish I could order!
I have been schooled in a scarf-tying method that keeps your scarf in place whether you are caught in a wind storm or some little fushnicken has decided to yank on it, and I would like to pass along his knowledge to you.
This is very cool! At first I thought you glued the lace to the case, I love that you used spray paint. Nice!Peace!
thanks for that great tutorial. i also really love the shirt; i'm so excited for the new harry potter movie.
What do you get if you mix and old sweater, some cheap flat shoes, and lots of hot glue? Sweater boots, that's what!
I love it... do you think it would work alright if I don't have a laser printer. Oh and what type of paper did you use to print the pictures.
this is amazinggg!!! i love it! especially the colors you chose. i'm lazy though... i would rather just pay you to make me one :) ...seriously though, think about it.
The perfect dress is hard to come by. So make your own with this cheap but chic everyday dress tutorial project that will take just 30 minutes and $6! Yep. Under $10!
Fabulous effect!! I need to invest in more paint dabbers, as it's mostly tubes of paint I have!! xx
Yay Tonia, I LOVE this! I need to make some of my own, the possibilities are endless. :) Thanks for sharing the how-to!
These are the kind of simple projects for the laziest and most inept of crafters. Even if you can barely operate a drill, you can do most of these projects — and in less than an hour.