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Fox Perler Bead Pattern                                                                                                                                                      More

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Valokuva

Valokuva

bought our lumber: 4 long planks for the top, 9 smaller planks bracing and framing the bottom, and 2 longer small planks to frame the outer edges. We used mostly pine (because it is pretty and affordable) with a few oak pieces among the 9 s

bought our lumber: 4 long planks for the top, 9 smaller planks bracing and framing the bottom, and 2 longer small planks to frame the outer edges. We used mostly pine (because it is pretty and affordable) with a few oak pieces among the 9 s

DIY Luna Pants / sewing pattern by made by rae

DIY Luna Pants / sewing pattern by made by rae

DIY slippers. Would be beautiful made from leather.

DIY slippers. Would be beautiful made from leather.

DIY kids house slippers

DIY kids house slippers

pantuflas ideales para hacer con cualquier material                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

pantuflas ideales para hacer con cualquier material Más

How to make a tulle skirt. This post has pictorials for the math part and the sewing part, so it makes it super easy.

How to make a tulle skirt. This post has pictorials for the math part and the sewing part, so it makes it super easy.

so beautiful........

so beautiful........

While painting the dull gray surface of standard concrete works, I knew there had to be a cooler way of coloring these little plant homes. After some research and hands-on testing, it turns out that the trick is starting with white concrete and stirring in powdered pigments. From there, the sky's the limit. Marble them, create an ombre stack, go two-tone. You really can't go wrong with this foolproof project, and they're ridiculously fun to make.

While painting the dull gray surface of standard concrete works, I knew there had to be a cooler way of coloring these little plant homes. After some research and hands-on testing, it turns out that the trick is starting with white concrete and stirring in powdered pigments. From there, the sky's the limit. Marble them, create an ombre stack, go two-tone. You really can't go wrong with this foolproof project, and they're ridiculously fun to make.