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well-this-is-neat:

Simple and adorable idea for halloween/autumn decor!

1. Use a plate, a bowl or similar item to trace a circle onto the backside of orange fabric.
2. Cut out the circle. Secure the thread end and hand sew a running stitch around the edge of the circle, about 5 mm or 1/4 inch from the edge.
3. Pull the threads together and stuff the pumpkin slightly while pulling the threads tighter. Continue pulling and stuffing until the pumpkin is full and soft. Once that is finished, glue a twig into the opening and secure and knot the end thread and cut off the remaining thread.

(via Mini Fabric Pumpkins)

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Embroidered Cat Shoes Inspired by Charlotte Olympia. Tutorial on The Teal Cat Project here. By Andrea from  PaperSparrow (another favorite site). Love these.

 

crafty-bitch:

Sweater turned tote bag.

Click the pic for the link.

artssake:

vintage tea towel upholstery

thecakebar:

imagine having your sprinkles, candy, confectioners sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon powder, all waiting for you like this as you are about to bake something delish! I’m going to die right now :x :D :s

diy-htm:

How to Gain More Closet Space Without Renovating

Double Up

You need to dedicate only two-thirds of your closet to hanging rods. To maximize that space, mount two of them—one well above eye level for longer garments and one a little more than 3 feet off the ground for shorter (or foldable) ones. Position both at least 1 foot from the back wall.

Put Small Items in Their Place

Designate a container (a bowl or bin on a shelf, or a pouch that hangs on the inside of the door) to serve as a catchall for loose change, receipts, or other items that accumulate in your pockets.

You need to dedicate only two-thirds of your closet to hanging rods. To maximize that space, mount two of them—one well above eye level for longer garments and one a little more than 3 feet off the ground for shorter (or foldable) ones. Position both at least 1 foot from the back wall.

Put Small Items in Their Place

Designate a container (a bowl or bin on a shelf, or a pouch that hangs on the inside of the door) to serve as a catchall for loose change, receipts, or other items that accumulate in your pockets.

Add Guiding Lights

Closets should be wired for lighting. If yours isn’t, use battery-powered stick-up LED pucks, such as Sylvania’s Dot-its along the top and under shelves so that you can find what you’re looking for.

Divide and Conquer

Avoid jumbled piles of folded clothes by limiting shelf stacks to a height of 10 inches and partitioning them with thin bookends, like Highsmith’s steel versions

Raise It Up

Only things that can be easily lifted or rolled away, such as suitcases, should be stored directly on the floor; everything else should sit at least 1 inch off the ground to allow for regular vacuuming.

diyfashion:

If you want a tutorial of how to make it click here! 

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Coiled Magazine Dish with Lid. Found at Saved by Love Creations here. This is not the fastest project but it is virtually free and the end result, if it comes close to the photo, is really pretty.

cajunmama:

(via Sew Many Ways…: Tool Time Tuesday…In Honor of The “Napkin”) lots of cute, easy, and (mostly) free place setting ideas

future-mrs-s:

I’m going to string up a line of yellow yarn behind the food table or the cake table and hang pictures from it with clothespins. I haven’t decided yet if it’ll be pictures of me and Steven or old family wedding pictures. I’ve got the stuff for this already except the pictures.

mikaelchoe:

Turn your boring old gas tank into a giant LEGO head, an Instructable about how to do it



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