DIY Nautical Driftwood Sailboat Tutorial from Tidewater and Tulle. First seen at Mollie Makes here. TIP: You can use liquid starch to make bigger sails.that keep their shape.

DIY Nautical Driftwood Sailboat Tutorial from Tidewater and Tulle. First seen at Mollie Makes here. TIP: You can use liquid starch to make bigger sails.that keep their shape.

DIY Dinosaur Toilet Paper Holder Tutorial from The Chic Home. I like plastic animals and toys for crafting because they are so cheap - but recently I haven’t seen any good DIYs using them.
For more pages of clever plastic and rubber toy DIYs go here. Keeping with the dinosaur theme, here are 4 DIYs I posted.
Dinosaur Serving Plate from Three Little Monkeys Studio.
Dinosaur Necklace.
Dinosaur Cell Phone Stand Tutorial from Eat.Sleep.Make.
Dinosaur Ring Holder Tutorial from I Spy DIY.

DIY Dinosaur Toilet Paper Holder Tutorial from The Chic Home. I like plastic animals and toys for crafting because they are so cheap - but recently I haven’t seen any good DIYs using them.

For more pages of clever plastic and rubber toy DIYs go here. Keeping with the dinosaur theme, here are 4 DIYs I posted.

  1. Dinosaur Serving Plate from Three Little Monkeys Studio.
  2. Dinosaur Necklace.
  3. Dinosaur Cell Phone Stand Tutorial from Eat.Sleep.Make.
  4. Dinosaur Ring Holder Tutorial from I Spy DIY.

Taxidermy Felt Piñata Skin Rug from Etsy Seller SomeRabbits. Gif by me using my favorite program - makeagif.com. First seen at Make. For everything piñata including piñata cookies, cakes etc… go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/pinata 

"No piñatas were harmed in the production of this rug."

Taxidermy Felt Piñata Skin Rug from Etsy Seller SomeRabbits. Gif by me using my favorite program - makeagif.com. First seen at Make. For everything piñata including piñata cookies, cakes etc… go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/pinata 

"No piñatas were harmed in the production of this rug."

DIY $8 Modern Concrete Lamp Tutorial from HomeMade Modern. Excellent video and written tutorial at the link. I have used concrete/Quikcrete for stepping stones, modern art sculptures, etc… Quikcrete sets up quickly and isn’t as hard to use as real concrete - but the bags are really heavy.