DIY (126) – Paper lantern

Hi everyone!!!

Today we will see how to make this nice colored paper lantern.

The procedure is quite simple, but you only have to have the patience to carve the images on the card with a cutter.

If this procedure seems too complex, you can use some lace-coated cardboard.

Let’s start!!!

DIY N. 126

PAPER LANTERN

material:

colored cardboard – printer – scissors – glue – lumine (electrical) – template (below)

First, print the two templates above the size you want. The first will be the outside of your lantern, while the second (a little smaller) will form the inside.

Proceed by carving the template transferred to the colored card. If you don’t have time to carve the card, you can cut some lace and attach it to the inside.

Glue to close both the outside and the inside.

Join them together and insert a light (strictly led, to avoid accidents).

Your lantern is ready!

I hope you liked today’s idea!

See you tomorrow with another DIY!

DIY (126) – Lanterna di cartoncino

Buongiorno a tutti!!!

Oggi vedremo come fare questa simpatica lanterna in cartoncino colorato.

La procedura è piuttosto semplice, ma dovrete avere solo la pazienza di intagliare le immagini sul cartoncino con un cutter.

Se questa procedura vi sembra troppo complessa, potrete usare del cartoncino rivestito di pizzo.

Cominciamo!!!

DIY N. 126

LANTERNA DI CARTONCINO

materiali:

cartoncino colorato – stampante – forbici – colla – lumino (elettrico) – template (qui sotto)

Per prima cosa, stampate i due template qui sopra della misura che desiderate. Il primo sarà l’esterno della vostra lanterna, mentre il secondo (un po’ più piccolo) costituirà l’interno.

Procedete intagliando il template trasferito sul cartoncino colorato. Se non avete il tempo di intagliare il cartoncino, potete tagliare del pizzo ed attaccarlo sulla parte interna.

Incollate per chiudere sia l’esterno che l’interno.

Uniteli ed inserite un lumino (rigorosamente a led, per evitare incidenti).

La vostra lanterna è pronta!

Spero che l’idea di oggi vi sia piaciuta.

Appuntamento a domani con un altro DIY

DIY (125) – Easy Sew T-shirt tote bag

Hi everyone!!!

It’s so easy to make your own tote bags using tshirts!

You can use old, recycled t-shirts or buy brand new shirts. The shirts can be any kind of material, they don’t have to be strictly cotton.

If you don’t have a sewing machine, don’t worry, a straight stitch with needle and thread will do.

Let’s start!!!

DIY N. 125

EASY SEW T-SHIRT TOTE BAG

material:

a t-shirt – needle and thread – scissors – template (below)

Follow the scheme above in cutting your t-shirt.

Use needle and thread to close the bag.

I hope you liked today’s idea! 🙂

See you tomorrow with another DIY!

Original post: https://www.100directions.com/easy-sew-t-shirt-tote-bag/

DIY (125) – Borsa fatta con una t-shirt

Buongiorno a tutti!!!

E ‘così facile fare delle borse utilizzando delle semplici t-shirt!

È possibile utilizzare vecchie t-shirt riciclate o acquistarne di nuove. Le magliette possono essere qualsiasi tipo di materiale, non devono essere rigorosamente di cotone.

Se non avete la macchina da cucire, non preoccupatevi, andranno bene anche ago e filo.

Cominciamo!!!

DIY N. 125

BORSA FATTA CON UNA T-SHIRT

materiali:

t-shirt – ago e filo – forbici – template (sotto)

Seguite lo schema sopra per tagliare e cucire la vostra borsa.

Cucite dove indicato con ago e filo.

Spero che l’idea di oggi vi sia piaciuta.

Appuntamento a domani con un altro DIY

Original post: https://www.100directions.com/easy-sew-t-shirt-tote-bag/

DIY (125) – Button bracelet

Hi everyone!!!

Today’s DIY is so easy and it’s also a great way to recycle old buttons.

Let’s start!!!

DIY N. 124

BUTTON BRACELET

material:

a piece of cloth (of the measure of your wrist) – buttons – elastic band – needle and thread

First of all decide the width and the length of your bracelet.

Collect the buttons you like most (you will need quite a few of them!).

Place them on the bracelet in the way you like most. All you have to do now is to attach them using needle and thread or hot glue.

Apply one larger button on one end of the bracelet and sew the elastic on the other side.

Your bracelet is ready! In this case the buttons are all white mother pearls, but if you can also use colored ones and in different sizes!

I hope you liked today’s idea! 🙂

See you tomorrow with another DIY!

Original post: https://www.pinterest.it/pin/345651340122518912/

DIY (125) – Braccialetto bottoni

Buongiorno a tutti!!!

Il DIY di oggi è così facile ed è anche un ottimo modo per riciclare i vecchi bottoni.

Cominciamo!!!

DIY N. 125

BRACCIALETTO BOTTONI

materiali:

un pezzo di stoffa (della misura del polso) – bottoni – elastico – ago e filo

Prima di tutto decidete la larghezza e la lunghezza del vostro braccialetto.

Raccogliete i bottoni che più vi piacciono (ne avrete bisogno di un bel po’!).

Metteteli sul braccialetto nel modo che più vi piace. Tutto quello che dovete fare ora è di attaccarli con ago e filo o colla a caldo.

Applicate un bottone più grande su un’estremità del bracciale e cucire l’elastico sul lato opposto (questa sarà la chiusura del vostro bracciale).

Il vostro braccialetto è pronto! In questo caso i bottoni sono tutti di madreperla bianca, ma se volete potete usare anche quelli colorati e di diverse misure!

Spero che vi sia piaciuta anche l’idea creativa di oggi! : -)

Appuntamento a domani con un altro FAI DA TE!

post originale: https://www.pinterest.it/pin/345651340122518912/

DIY (124) – Candles from crayons

Hi everyone!!!

Do you have some old crayons at home? This is the best way to recycle them!

By mixing them with candle wax, you will be able to make beautiful candles! It’s up to you to decide if you want to make them in a recycled glass vase, or in an old glass.

Let’s start!!!

DIY N. 124

CANDLES FROM CRAYONS

material:

Wax – Old crayons – Candle Wick – Glass cups – Paper cups – Crisco Shortening (optional)

In each paper cup, put wax and one color crayons and heat in the microwave for one minute.

Place the wick in the middle of the glass cup, and then pour your first melted wax.

Wait for the first color wax to become solid enough that it holds the shape that you want. You can also make this project a little easier by having horizontal blocks of colors instead of diagonal ones.

But still, you have to wait for the wax to cool and become solid before you pour the next color so they will not mix.

Make sure that the wick stays in the middle. And when you are with the last color, place the glass in an upright position.

I hope you liked today’s idea! 🙂

See you tomorrow with another DIY!

Original post: https://craft.ideas2live4.com/2015/04/24/diy-candles-from-crayons/?utm_content=buffer1703e&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

DIY (123) – Tic Tac Toe

Hi everyone!!!

Summer is getting closer and closer… what about preparing this tic tac toe game simply by coloring rocks and using a piece of wood for the base.

You will have so many entertainment hours ahead with your kids… before by creating the game and later by playing!

Let’s start!!!

DIY N. 123

TIC TAC TOE

material:

a large piece of wood (circular or rectangular, as you prefer) – acrilic colors – brush

As you may have guessed from the picture, this project doesn’t need too many instructions; just your creativity together with a large piece of wood, acrylic colors and rocks.

In the first place, choose 9 rocks per symbol (for a total of 18). I suggest that you find them all approximately of the same size.

Color them with the acrylic paints and at last draw an x on nine of them and a circle on the other nine remaining.

Take large wood base and draw the tic tac toe scheme.

Your game is ready! It will be fun for the very young but als for the adults.

I hope you liked today’s idea! 🙂

See you tomorrow with another DIY!

Original post: https://fabulesslyfrugal.com/diy/easy-rock-painting-ideas-for-beginners/

DIY (122) – Heart shaped plant cover

Hi everyone!!!

Sometimes it takes little to make a gift a little more special!

Even a small plant, packaged in this heart shaped cover will become much more precious!

Let’s start!!!

DIY N. 122

HEART SHAPED PLANT COVER

material:

colored cardboard – hearts punch hole (if you don’t have it, you can also use the classic one to insert the sheets in the binders, circular) – glue – printer – scissors – cutter – heart shaped cover template (below)

First of all, print the template provided above to the desired size. The one in the photo (a little smaller than an A4 sheet), is enough to cover a very small vase (such as cacti that you can find at very low prices in supermarkets).

Cut around the edges and with the scissors and the line on the drawing with a cutter, in which you will insert the lid to close the cover.

Now leave room for your creativity to decorate your vase cover. I used a heart-shaped punch hole that I then pasted all over the card. But you can also simply cover the card with lace, or with a floral découpage.

Close the lid by inserting it in the side cut (I suggest you put a little glue to prevent it from opening.

I hope you liked today’s idea! 🙂

See you tomorrow with another DIY!

DIY (121) – Paper-cut heart shaped garland

Hi everyone!!

This garland is so easy and you can use it for so many things: to decorate the table on Mothers’ day, as an element on a greeting card, etc.

Let’s start!!!

DIY N. 121

PAPER-CUT HEART SHAPED GARLAND

material:

paper – pen – scissors

Cut your paper in the shape of a square.

Follow the picture below:

I hope you enjoyed today’s idea.

See you tomorrow with another easy DIY!

For the video tutorial: https://www.pinterest.it/pin/594967800769446575/