The earliest known piece of Shibori fabric was made in the 7th century in Japan. By binding, or pressing pieces of wood together over folded cloth, you will get different patterns. If you make it with real indigo dye, you … Read the rest
This Hello door sign is created out of a wood slab. Use a burning tool to create the design then color it in with sharpies or paints.
If you sealed the surface you could use this technique for making wooden … Read the rest
Sketch your desired shape onto paper or card and cut out. Fold the fabric in half with wrong sides together, place template on the fabric and trace around it with a pencil or fabric chalk. Pin the fabric together around … Read the rest
I Love this reclaimed wood wall art. Not sure I see that as an F though, but that is totally off topic. I see “bamily”.
Use reclaimed wood or fake it with untreated wood from the hardware store. These frames … Read the rest
Make this dainty and cute bird feeder and invite your feathered friends to tea!
What you need
Ceramic teacups and saucers
3/4 inch wooden dowels
Acrylic paint (optional)
For the full instructions head over to … Read the rest
I really love this Vintage wood styled sign as it fits in to this Modern decor with ease. The tutorial is easy to follow and you can customized for your own words or logo. You can follow the DIY tutorial … Read the rest
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So this week I started renovating my lounge room, nothing major just a feature wall or two. I have an issue with following the rules, so … Read the rest
For the first time ever, Pantone has chosen two colours for 2016; Rose Quartz, a warm pastel pink, and Serenity, a soft tranquil blue. Rose Quartz and Serenity were chosen by Pantone this year as an antidote to … Read the rest
We spend Christmas with family in Australia and let me say finding a “Real” Christmas tree is like finding a pine needle in a present stack. The local stores sell trees that are alive but you’re lucky if they are … Read the rest