DIY Easy Stenciled Typography Water Pet Bowl Tutorial from inspiration & realisation here. Love really good and stylish DIYs for pets. This one uses contact paper for the stencil and non-toxic Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Paint Pens (just don’t place design on plates or inside of cups where food comes in contact with it) - so you can put them in the dishwasher unlike the untested (for toxicity) sharpies. For pages more of PET DIYs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/pets

DIY Easy Stenciled Typography Water Pet Bowl Tutorial from inspiration & realisation here. Love really good and stylish DIYs for pets. This one uses contact paper for the stencil and non-toxic Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Paint Pens (just don’t place design on plates or inside of cups where food comes in contact with it) - so you can put them in the dishwasher unlike the untested (for toxicity) sharpies. For pages more of PET DIYs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/pets

DIY Confetti Bowl Tutorial from V Juliet here. This is kind of like regular paper mache, but I think more fun as you aren’t laying strip after strip of paper covered in paste. I have a question in about how many layers were actually done to make this bowl. Will edit the post if I get an answer.

DIY Confetti Bowl Tutorial from V Juliet here. This is kind of like regular paper mache, but I think more fun as you aren’t laying strip after strip of paper covered in paste. I have a question in about how many layers were actually done to make this bowl. Will edit the post if I get an answer.

DIY Bamboo Wooden Yarn Bowl Tutorial by dtextor from Instructables here. Great photos and good instructions. I normally do not post projects that need power tools, but in the numerous comments a “coping saw” was mentioned as an alternative (like the ones at Amazon here). What a great gift this would have made over the holidays for someone who knits or crochets. First seen at Make here.

DIY Bamboo Wooden Yarn Bowl Tutorial by dtextor from Instructables here. Great photos and good instructions. I normally do not post projects that need power tools, but in the numerous comments a “coping saw” was mentioned as an alternative (like the ones at Amazon here). What a great gift this would have made over the holidays for someone who knits or crochets. First seen at Make here.

DIY Fabric Coil Bowl Tutorial from The Red Thread Blog here. This is a cheap project where you can use any fabric, thick yarn, hardware store cord etc… There is also has a simple chart on how to cut a continuous strip of fabric (recycled tee shirt?). First seen at MAKE here.

DIY Fabric Coil Bowl Tutorial from The Red Thread Blog here. This is a cheap project where you can use any fabric, thick yarn, hardware store cord etc… There is also has a simple chart on how to cut a continuous strip of fabric (recycled tee shirt?). First seen at MAKE here.