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2 years ago

DIY: pretty nails edition!

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2 years ago
this craft could be 2 different things: a corkboard, as shown, or you can keep the glass from the frame, and put the fabric on display, and write on the glass as you would a whiteboard! :)

Supplies you will need:
picture frame
cork board material
pretty fabric
hot glue gun
scissors
measuring tape
Measure your fabric for the size of the corkboard material, and for the
cardboard/backing of the frame. Secure with hot glue, or you could also
use masking tape/duct tape since nobodywill see it anyway!
Set the glass piece aside.
Place backing with fabric back into the frame, and you have a corkboard :)

For the whiteboard:
I’ve seen many people draw a calendar outline on the fabric, or write little notes.
Just make sure you leave enough space for everything to be legible once you start
writing on the board! Use dry erase markers only. 

this craft could be 2 different things: a corkboard, as shown, or you can keep the glass from the frame, and put the fabric on display, and write on the glass as you would a whiteboard! :)

Supplies you will need:

  • picture frame
  • cork board material
  • pretty fabric
  • hot glue gun
  • scissors
  • measuring tape

Measure your fabric for the size of the corkboard material, and for the

cardboard/backing of the frame. Secure with hot glue, or you could also

use masking tape/duct tape since nobodywill see it anyway!

Set the glass piece aside.

Place backing with fabric back into the frame, and you have a corkboard :)

For the whiteboard:

I’ve seen many people draw a calendar outline on the fabric, or write little notes.

Just make sure you leave enough space for everything to be legible once you start

writing on the board! Use dry erase markers only. 

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2 years ago
Supplies you will need:
fabric
felt
stencil/shape
pen
scissors
thread/needle OR you can use a sewing machine, if you know how!
stuffing

Supplies you will need:

  • fabric
  • felt
  • stencil/shape
  • pen
  • scissors
  • thread/needle OR you can use a sewing machine, if you know how!
  • stuffing
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2 years ago
supplies you will need:
modge podge or elmer’s glue (cut with water)
brush
x-acto knife
pencil
scrapbook paper

supplies you will need:

  • modge podge or elmer’s glue (cut with water)
  • brush
  • x-acto knife
  • pencil
  • scrapbook paper
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2 years ago
make your own kindle/ipad/tablet cloth case!

make your own kindle/ipad/tablet cloth case!

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2 years ago
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