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73 posts categorized "Craft"

Special Handmade issue from 101 Woonideeen

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Are you ready for the weekend? And are you ready for some fun DIY projects? I have started working on a beautiful patchwork blanket for our bed...of course images will follow soon...and i'm going to show this image to my husband and ask him if he could consider making the wooden box cabinet for us, according to the instructions it is very simple...so were do these great images coming from? I received an email from Monique van der Vlist and Jeske van Weel both working for the best crafting and decorating magazine from the Netherlands: 101 woonideeen...telling me about their special December project...to celebrate the Holiday Season the latest December issue comes with an extra little magazine called the 'handmade special' and I'm allowed to share some images with you...

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The 'handmade issue' features 9 DIY projects from the following Dutch bloggers, AnjaHester en JantienMartineHydiIngridPetra en MarijkeBjørkeJurianne en Maurille.

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You can find the instructions for the Paper Tree Cake toppers here in dutch and here in English...do you reconise Jurianne's signature on the pattern :)

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...so if you would like to receive the whole booklet you have to try and get the December issue of 101-woonideeen or follow their blog and see all the nine different projects passing by .... have fun creating!

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Kasa's ♥ for owls, knitting and paper

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Today I fell in love with Kasa, who I believe is an American lady living in Köln in Germany. She ♥ patterns, paper and all the beautiful things you can create with it and started bookbinding in her freetime in 2007. I belive she has a passion for owls too :) Would you like to knit this super cute Owl sweater too...click here for the pattern only 3.50usd. Kasa also authors the blog paperama....unbelievable how talented this crafty lady is. The online shop and German blog here. 

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{found via HelloLucky's via My Owl Barn}

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Art Embroidery :: Pas de Panique

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This is probably some of the most beautiful embroidery I have seen in a while...how gorgeous is this linen sheet with 'Pas de Panique' embroidered on it, I wish I could frame it and hang it on the wall next to my desk...

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Susie Cowie is a freelance embroidery designer based in London and a graduate of Glasgow School of Art. Her work includes fashion and interior concepts, costume and prop pieces plus these amazing illustrative embroidery art pieces, more images and a nice interview on  Tommy right here... {found via via this blog}

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Ribbons and Crafts from Munich

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Some bright and colurful attention for a sponsor of Bloesem today. The lovely Diana from Ribbons and Crafts has added so many new things to her shop that you might like to see. Diana is a Dutch girl living in Germany's Bavaria. She has a weakness for felt, fabric and all things crafty, that why she probably authors two blogs, caught crafting and oh my bag. I really like the Girls Garland that Diana made herself and sells in her shop. You can use the garland to hang small notes, images or something made by your child. 

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A while back Diana wrote a lovely report for Bloesem about her hometown Munich...

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DIY customized table ware from 101-woonideeen

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I was scrolling online through the February issue of 101-woonideeen, one of the best DIY and interior magazines from the Netherlands at the moment, when I spotted these plates, I send Anne-Marie from 101-woonideeen an email asking her whether I could share this DIY project with you ... yes of course she said, so here you go...make your own customized art plates!

What you need::
*Used or vintage plates with a floral pattern
* Adhesive foil, white mat 
*Spray Paint  *Templates   *Scissors *Cutter
How to make::
Prepare the baking plates by making them grease-free. Trace your pattern or template on the adhesive foil
Cut it out from the adhesive foil and paste it onto your plate. Make sure you rub the adhesive foil securely, there should be no paint running under. Spray a thin layer of paint on your plate, it is fun when the original pattern of your plate shines thorugh the paint. Allow the plates to dry and then carefully pull the adhesive foil.

Thanks 101-woonideeen.........

{The templates used for the plates are from the book Stencil 101 Decor by Ed Roth}

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Purlbee winter wreath

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Did you see this...?!
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