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DIY Easy Tassel Cord Belt Tutorial from Anna Evers here. Really easy DIY with good instructions/photos. There is a Google translator on site or I use Chrome and it translates automatically.
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DIY Wire Your Name or Bow Bracelet Tutorial from Born in ‘82 here. Emi at Small Good Things also has a good wire name ring tutorial here. *If you want more info on wire gauges, pages of DIY wire jewelry tutorials and other wire projects go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/wire
DIY Nine Free Printable Pocket Watch Faces from EPBOT here. Perfect for collages, scrapbooking, altered art, steampunk art etc… My source for printable clock faces has been pulled from the internet (post here) but she used her clock faces as stickers she put on old CDs. You could then either use them as coasters, ornaments, or even put a $5 clock work piece in the back of the CD.
Jen does request this:
All I ask is that you only use these for personal use, and that you credit/link back to Epbot when applicable. Oh, and send me pictures if you make something cool with them. ;)
DIY Huge Big Texas Hair Bow Tutorial from Prudent Baby here. I wasn’t sure which blog to put this on, but it would be perfect for so many costumes/eras.
Truebluemeandyou: Originally posted on my Halloween Blog for dress up and costumes. But this project could have gone on any of my blogs.
DIY Jeffrey Campbell Zorro Gold Toe Combat Boots Tutorial from Boat People here. Top Photo: $249 (2 sizes left and sold out other places) Jeffrey Campbell Zorro Gold Toe Combat Boots here (Actual Photo by Pink Kitten here), Bottom Photo: DIY by Boat People, with a link to a similar tutorial they did earlier.
DIY Chunky Knit Cable Headband Pattern from Scarffaces here. I love knitting cables because they are so easy to do and look hard to do. This is a really fast project: size 17 needles, super bulky weight yarn (category 6) and using two strands at the same time to knit with. From the comments section on kollobora here by Scarffaces:
This takes me about 30-45 minutes to complete but I am really speedy. I used two strands worked together of lion brand wool-ease thick & quick, and it uses less than one ball.