Well, the big move starts at 8am tomorrow...I'm nervous that I won't be ready! So, instead of packing, I thought I'd take some time to post a round up of cool crafty tutorials from around the web...because nothing says "ready-to-move" quite like an hour or two on the computer!
Make these cool "confetti crayons" from old leftover crayons. You don't need any special equipment. You can make them in your oven!
Make an origami shirt from a dollar bill. Great step-by-step instructions!
Fun tutorial on stamping with bleach. Quick and easy with some discussion of the results and why certain tools were chosen.
Very quirky website. It offers advice on what adhesives you can use to glue one thing to another. You just choose the two materials you're gluing together. Find it here.
This is one of the coolest DIY projects around! It's a kind of string papier maché lamp.
Similar idea here:
This cute little votive holder uses thread instead of string. Check out the tutorial here.
Use old silk ties to die your Easter eggs! How cool!!!!!
Or maybe this tutorial on dying eggs is more your style:
This is a process picture. The natural elements act as masks during the dying of the eggs. Find the tutorial here.
Also, using leaves and elements from nature:
You print leaves and flowers by hammering them. Find the step-by-step instructions here.
I've never heard of these "magic boxes" before, but I think they'd make amazing gifts! Check out the tutorial here.
There's nothing new about shrink plastic rings, but this is hands down, the best tutorial I've ever seen on making them. Totally comprehensive.
I think I'm going to have to try this one out in the new apartment. We stick our papers-to-be-recycled in a cardboard box. This is a much cuter idea! Tutorial is here.
I guess I have to get back to packing now...thanks for stopping by!