DIY Miniature Kids Kitchen Play Set Tutorial from Made By Joel here. Really practical because everything just fits into the oventop/Altoids Tin when the kids are finished playing.
truebluemeandyou: What’s popular on my kids’ DIY Tumblr blog Unicornhatparty.com? This DIY Altoids Tin kids’ kitchen playset. For more Altoids Tin DIYs like a zen garden, pool table, vampire hunting kit, survival kit etc… go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/altoids-tin
DIY Cheap, Easy & Creepy Specimen Shadow Boxes Tutorial with Free Labels Printable from Seeing Things here. I have posted quite a few tutorials from Seeing Things (a long with some good free printables). I have also written that I really like how she structures her tutorials and shows you exactly what she’s used to make her DIYs. Instructions for the shadow boxes are at the bottom of her post at the link.
truebluemeandyou: Jewelry Supplies. I’m reblogging this because of questions about where to get unique charms. Not all of these are available because of rotating stock. I really like Ornamentea for unique vintage one of a kind lots.
Where to buy unique DIY jewelry supplies. I’ve gotten two messages asking where I buy jewelry supplies. I buy a lot at Michaels (because it’s local), ebay and etsy. I love Rio Grand for high end jewelry supplies (like sterling silver ball chain). Ornamentea and Objects and Elements both have rotating stocks of unique supplies. For more jewelry supply resources go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/supplies For more info on buying jewelry supplies online go to Thanks, I Made It's excellent post here.
- Cameo Skull and other Macabre Jewelry Supplies from Etsy here.
- Examples of Ornamentea’s jewelry supplies here. LOVE their mini bottles. Some of the links don’t work because of rotating stock.
- Objects and Elements/Ornamantea jewelry supplies here. Again, some of the links to specific supplies may not work because they are sold out.
- Charms on Etsy here. These 36 keys cost $11.50 + $3.80 for shipping.
DIY Embroidery Floss Knit Necklace Tutorial from How Did You Make This? here. She used 4 skeins of embroidery floss which go for about $.35 a piece at my local craft store. There is also a link to an excellent i-cord tutorial.
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