crafty-bitch:

Diy polkadot sunglasses.
Click the pic for the link.

Truebluemeandyou: From Henry Happened here. Sharpie Love - what else can I say?

crafty-bitch:

Diy polkadot sunglasses.

Click the pic for the link.

Truebluemeandyou: From Henry Happened here. Sharpie Love - what else can I say?

(via crafty-niche)

Great idea for turning cheap glass shades into modern, sleek bird feeders. Tutorial from Design Sponge.

Time: 1/2 hour
 Cost: $4 ($2 for the glass shade from a second-hand store, $1 worth of rope, $1 worth of birdseed)
Basic Steps: Cut the appropriate amount of rope for branch height. Loop around glass shade. Apply silicone adhesive to rope and shade. Hang from the branch, and fill with seed. Do NOT buy your shades new. They’re $15 new. At a second-hand store, they’re $2 or $3 depending on the size. Make sure you buy nylon rope; cotton rope will eventually deteriorate and stain outside.  

Great idea for turning cheap glass shades into modern, sleek bird feeders. Tutorial from Design Sponge.

Time: 1/2 hour

 Cost: $4 ($2 for the glass shade from a second-hand store, $1 worth of rope, $1 worth of birdseed)

Basic Steps: Cut the appropriate amount of rope for branch height. Loop around glass shade. Apply silicone adhesive to rope and shade. Hang from the branch, and fill with seed. Do NOT buy your shades new. They’re $15 new. At a second-hand store, they’re $2 or $3 depending on the size. Make sure you buy nylon rope; cotton rope will eventually deteriorate and stain outside.