Diy super simple desk

What do you need?
- 2 table trays
- 1 2x4 board (mine has a thickness of 0.5”)
- glue (optional)

7thseed:

Inspiration: A cute little clutch i saw at Marshalls :)

What You Need:
1. Circular table mat
2. Five colors of paint
3. Paint Brush & Tray
4. Long zipper
5. Pins & needle
6. Thin Skein Yarn
7. Sewing Machine
8. Sissors

What You Do:
  1. Lay out the table mat and your paints. I didn’t do this, but if you want your colors to pop more, prime the mat with white paint.
  2. Paint the outer circle. You can choose the width. I free handed this
  3. Add you second color
  4. The your third (continue on until you are finished)
  5. Fold the mat and the zipper in half. 
  6. Pin the middle points together
  7. The the zipper along the curve of the mat
  8. (Just a visual. DO NOT TRY TO SEW WITH BOTH SIDES PINNED. IT WILL PROVE TO BE DIFFICULT)
  9. Sew the zipper. Repeat step & to the other side and sew
  10. The left over space will leave a gap
  11. Take you thin yarn, thread it thru a needle and sew that side shut.
  12. repeat this step on both sides
  13. VOILA!

(Source: 7thseed.tumbr.com)

Inspiration: A cute little clutch i saw at Marshalls :)

What You Need:
1. Circular table mat
2. Five colors of paint
3. Paint Brush & Tray
4. Long zipper
5. Pins & needle
6. Thin Skein Yarn
7. Sewing Machine
8. Sissors

What You Do:
  1. Lay out the table mat and your paints. I didn’t do this, but if you want your colors to pop more, prime the mat with white paint.
  2. Paint the outer circle. You can choose the width. I free handed this
  3. Add you second color
  4. The your third (continue on until you are finished)
  5. Fold the mat and the zipper in half. 
  6. Pin the middle points together
  7. The the zipper along the curve of the mat
  8. (Just a visual. DO NOT TRY TO SEW WITH BOTH SIDES PINNED. IT WILL PROVE TO BE DIFFICULT)
  9. Sew the zipper. Repeat step & to the other side and sew
  10. The left over space will leave a gap
  11. Take you thin yarn, thread it thru a needle and sew that side shut.
  12. repeat this step on both sides
  13. VOILA!
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hey! I wanna make that skirt you put the illustration of up, but I'm really confused.. at the start you say fold the material in half and sow across down from that fold and then later tread the elastic threw that gap, but when you've sown all the sides together, there is no opening at the top because it was folded, and the two ends don't join up? could you explain what I'm doing wrong.. sorry it's not very well worded, it's hard to explain. thanks anyway, your blog's great! :D

Hi! :)

So I like to double the layers on my skirts. It’s a habit. I like the thickness. So what I did was take the (1)huge piece of fabric (most fabrics already come folded already). (2)Then I folded it horizontally, and (3)then vertically. 

I hope this helps!

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Hi Everyone!!

Thanks so much for following me :)

I’ve decided to revamp the page. I want to work with ready made materials.

It’s a lot more fun to revamp old clothes anyway! :) 

D.I.Y. Boheme Shirt

Materials Used

  • fabric
  • scissors
  • elastic
  • needle & thread OR sewing machine

Steps to take

  1. Take fabric
  2. Fold it in half
  3. Cut a shirt shape TO FIT YOU
  4. Right side together, sew the sides with enough room for your arms to fit through the arm holes
  5. Hem the collar (snip around the collar, then roll hem)
  6. Hem the armholes
  7. Hem bottom of the shirt. Leave enough room to insert elastic
  8. Insert elastic

VOILA!

Message me if you have any questions!

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Hand Sewing Basics by otohime0394

Just some basic hand sewing stitches (if you couldn’t get that from the name already :P).  These are perfect for small crafts, plushies, etc.  If you intend to use any of these on a garment, however, make sure that your stitches are really small, or else the seam or stitch is likely to become loose with wear.

EDIT: I finally understand the image limitations of tumblr, so now this post is a photoset, so the image won’t be blurry!  Yay!

DIY Lizard Tail Ring Bracelet

Tutorial Coming Soon!

So I revamped this purse. I didn’t think that the handles were lavish enough, lol

This is what I am left with and i’m in love!

I used

  • 2 Chains, 1 silver & 1 black
  • 2 Key rings as chain stoppers