DIY Fabric Scrap Necklace Tutorial from Button Bird Designs. This is an easy DIY that you can machine or hand stitch. I like the handmade look, eyelet (eyelet setters are cheap), and of course the ball chain (you can go cheap with hardware ball chain or buy sterling silver ball chain from some place like Rio Grande).

DIY Fabric Scrap Necklace Tutorial from Button Bird Designs. This is an easy DIY that you can machine or hand stitch. I like the handmade look, eyelet (eyelet setters are cheap), and of course the ball chain (you can go cheap with hardware ball chain or buy sterling silver ball chain from some place like Rio Grande).

DIY Faux Batik Tutorial from Pearmama. Rather than using hot wax as a “resist” and then having to iron off the wax, this tutorial uses washable clear glue and craft paints.
For real batik instructions you can go here or check out thisDIY Beginners’ Batik Wax and Dye Wall Art from Kelli Murray here.

DIY Faux Batik Tutorial from Pearmama. Rather than using hot wax as a “resist” and then having to iron off the wax, this tutorial uses washable clear glue and craft paints.

For real batik instructions you can go here or check out thisDIY Beginners’ Batik Wax and Dye Wall Art from Kelli Murray here.

diychristmascrafts:
DIY Custom Paper Tape Tutorial from Just Something I Made. You could also use ribbon or fabric to make custom tape.
truebluemeandyou: Want to make your own custom tape? This is an easy way to do it.

diychristmascrafts:

DIY Custom Paper Tape Tutorial from Just Something I Made. You could also use ribbon or fabric to make custom tape.

truebluemeandyou: Want to make your own custom tape? This is an easy way to do it.

DIY Sharpie and Alcohol Fabric Tutorial from Creative in Chicago. This is the best tutorial I’ve seen using this technique. Go to the link to see the beautiful fabric she created using sharpies and alcohol. First seen at Oh! Crafts here.

DIY Sharpie and Alcohol Fabric Tutorial from Creative in Chicago. This is the best tutorial I’ve seen using this technique. Go to the link to see the beautiful fabric she created using sharpies and alcohol. First seen at Oh! Crafts here.