November92013
ricebeat:

justinsbeach:

How to make a pond in a small pot or bucket

This is absolutely the best! I really want to do this!

ricebeat:

justinsbeach:

How to make a pond in a small pot or bucket

This is absolutely the best! I really want to do this!

(via mamasam)

diy 

September102013
August252013
July302013

firewolf826:

This seamless trim technique is a method I’ve been using for years to add custom trim to my costumes without any top-stitching at all. Similar in a way to bias tape, but with many key differences in implementation and results. No one taught me this technique, but now I’m teaching it to you! Please read through all the instructions below before asking any further questions, and happy trim-making! C:

Read More

(via raritarous)

sewing diy 

July92013

milkteasympathy:

CLOTHING LIFE HACKS

(Source: viekastv, via scienceyeah)

diy sewing 

June242013

truebluemeandyou:

truebluemeandyou: What’s popular on my blog tonight? DIY Natural Fabric Dyes Chart and How To Dye Fabric.

DIY Natural Fabric Dyes Chart and How To Dye Fabric from Anjou Clothing here. The yellow powder is tumeric and the bottom purple leaves are lavandar. These are the results that she got using 100% natural fabric liked undyed silk. For a how-to on dyeing natural fabrics go to the link (and also read the comments). First seen at Transient Expression here.

(via briannaclawson)

sewing diy 

June122013
whatwouldkhaleesiwear:

What Would Khaleesi Wear?A relaxed, casual modern day version of her Dothraki braids

whatwouldkhaleesiwear:

What Would Khaleesi Wear?
A relaxed, casual modern day version of her Dothraki braids

(via whatwouldkhaleesiwear)

diy 

May242013

Moss Graffiti: A How To Guide

(via thingamajig314)

diy 

May202013

costumecommunityservice:

[full size][full size][full size]

Darts 101, or Fabric May Not Be Metal but It Still Needs to be Beaten Into Shape

Our old friend Isabela is my guinea pig for today’s onslaught of learning, as well as several sheets of laser paper. May they rest in peace.

May132013

thecakebar:

DIY S’mores Pie Pops {must click the link for recipe and FULL tutorial}

(via punksm0ker)

diy recipe 

May122013

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Easy Draped Chain Headpiece Tutorial from Minted Strawberry here. The only difficult thing about this tutorial is that a drill was used for the holes in the wooden stars. You could use a cluster of beads instead including the dangling one. For 4 pages of DIY headpieces go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/headpiece

(via naweenie)

diy 

May22013
May12013

cosplay-help:

cosfluff101:

portlybibliophile:

livebetterr:

How to make your own dress form

HOLY SHIT, ATTENTION ALL COSPLAYERS.c

oh, hey, we didn’t have a tutorial last tuesday because I’m a dumb and I put this one to post on 4/23/2012 and tumblr didn’t know what I wanted. OOps.

image

The sound I made was inhuman.

(via wardenkoya-deactivated20140228)

sewing diy 

April302013
skankazoidd:

atheistangel:

Because chemicals hurt you (and your pets) insides. Add orange peels (or any citrus peel) to a quart of white vinegar in a closed container and let it set for two weeks. Then you just strain it, add water to the solution until it’s about 50/50 and put it a seal-able bottle. It works great on floors, tiles, fixtures, kitchen and bath, etc. It’s antibacterial, smells good and it’s tough on dirt and grease. Best of all, there are no harmful chemicals

And cheap. Yeah, I like the cheap part. And not having to worry about buying from corporations whose ethics are questionable. Yes, this will come in handy.

skankazoidd:

atheistangel:

Because chemicals hurt you (and your pets) insides.

Add orange peels (or any citrus peel) to a quart of white vinegar in a closed container and let it set for two weeks. Then you just strain it, add water to the solution until it’s about 50/50 and put it a seal-able bottle. It works great on floors, tiles, fixtures, kitchen and bath, etc. It’s antibacterial, smells good and it’s tough on dirt and grease. Best of all, there are no harmful chemicals

And cheap. Yeah, I like the cheap part. And not having to worry about buying from corporations whose ethics are questionable. Yes, this will come in handy.

(via thingamajig314)

diy 

January252013
← Older entries Page 1 of 2