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beastwares:

My very first coat. I made it. I nerded out about it. I blogged about it. There are pictures.

http://beastwares.wordpress.com/2014/03/20/coats-101/

oh WOW


posted 3 months ago with 9 notes

that moment right after your first cut into diy-ing a shirt you really like

image

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homedepot:

There’s a disturbance in The Force … It’s time to construct your lightsaber

This is the best sponsored post I’ve seen on dash, bar none. 4 for you, Home Depot. You go, Home Depot.


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pnkpanther65:

I made some shitty holsters out of scrap I had laying around my room. Now I have a place to hold my shit whenever I don’t have pockets :3

fucking snazzy~!


posted 1 year ago with 2 notes

2am is the best time for diy

posted 1 year ago with 1 note

possible patches: 

  • moon phase patch
  • "snatch kisses and vice versa"
  • whiskey heart patch [mmm whiskey]
  • rat [ouroboros maybe?]

If you have any suggestions, put ‘em in my box! 

#diy
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agirlnamedfrangipane:

COMIC BOOK CRAFT TABLE - DIY (by thestylishvids)

Cos you know, I need to mod podge MORE THINGS WITH SPIDER-MAN.

adkflj;s I neeeeeed to do this~! Ooh, or maybe with parts and piecies from normal books… 


posted 1 year ago with 17 notes

Mug cozy and tea wallet~! Tutorial here. 


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wehavethemunchies:

Homemade Mints

oooh making these~!


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makesomethingmarvelous:

Hanging teacup candles

These are so fun! I would recommend them for outdoor use, if only because of the chance of the hanging string catching on fire. (You never know!)

I would LOVE these at the new apartment :3


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wasabiflux:

jesusismadistolehisbirthday:

handmadepride:

Click here for more awesome ideas.

This idea is super rad, despite the fact that it’s not really advised to keep tea in glass :] 

That’s just because of light exposure, right? What if you painted the outside of the jar with the same (very opaque, I assume) blackboard paint?

Ooooh you make a good and valid point, sir~! 


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emimachine:

You can get the pattern for free here!

Cuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuute~


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handmadepride:

Click here for more awesome ideas.

This idea is super rad, despite the fact that it’s not really advised to keep tea in glass :] 


posted 1 year ago with 16 notes

Okay, so. 

» This took me like an hour and a half
» The petals aren’t spaced the best
» That d20 is not glued in because it’s my Borealis d20, so, no

BUT. That being said. I’m proud of this. These flowers are kind of hard, and take a lot of patience to make.  

[Tutorial found >here< ]