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6 file(s) - Uploaded by: Revive
Created: Mar 25, 2010 | Flag
Total Views: 139
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Start by recycling various size and shapes of cigar boxes. Decoupage, paint or just add extras. Screw on a recycled belt, handmade necklace with recycled beads, or use plant hangers (chain or material as handles. Line inside of bag with felt and add a mirror.
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: marlo6277
Created: Sep 15, 2009 | Flag
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This was a fairly easy project to make. It did take a little time (drying, etc...
I purchased pink styrofoam from Home Depot (4X8 sheets for next to nothing!, cut them down into the shapes I wanted - 2 sheets made 14 GOOD SIZED tombstones.
I also purchased flat black canned spray paint and a few cans of granite look spray paint (different tones - blue, green, grey. And one more purchase - dowel rods (I believe I used 1/2 " round. This too is very inexpensive
Used my soldering pen and engraved the letters and dates, etc...into the styrofoam. (the soldering pen will melt the stryofoam, so don't press too hard! A little goes a long way.
Cut your dowel rods down to the desired length - you will want them to go up into your tombstones a fair distance to add stability.
At this point you can stake them using the dowels and stick them into the ground - that way you can spray paint both sides and make for a faster job.
Next - spray paint the whole thing with black to ensure a dark base and no pink stryofoam will show through on the next step.
Spray paint using your granite-look spray paint. Don't worry about making sure it is completely covered with every little bit of black covered - having some show through makes it look older as well.
Also - DO NOT worry if perhaps your shapes are not perfect - cut off a corner or two, make them look old and chipped away.
Final touch - put a few cobwebs on them and voila! With a fog machine at night, they look amazing!
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: paintingismypass...
Created: Nov 27, 2008 | Flag
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Total Ratings: 6
These are the ornaments that I made for this Christmas for the family.
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: HappyHouseQuil...
Created: Jul 29, 2008 | Flag
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Draw or trace your design onto freezer paper use wool setting iron the waxy side onto your felt cut your shapes sew the design then stitch the smaller shape onto the larger shape (embroidery floss works. Then use a strong fabric glue to attach the large metal paper clip to the backside of the other larger shape...gently add the stitched shape on top of the identical shape ...line it up press gently and wait for it to dry.
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: amyc222
Created: Jul 28, 2008 | Flag
Total Views: 97
Total Ratings: 2
Made with K & Co patterned papers hanging on brown gingham ribbon this is perfect for a shower gift or even for a young boys room. The top paper is embossed and the shapes are popped up for added texture. The sides of the frame are painted in tan. You can view this in my etsy shop at http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=9858592