I stll have some old cassettes I don’t listen to anymore. But because I’m always reluctant to throw anything away I’m thinking of making some purses from the cassettes by following the tutorial at craftster ;-)
I don’t like rubber gloves because they 1. don’t feel good and 2. look silly.
Now I can do something against the silly look by following the instruction on how to revamp rubber gloves.
Because I haven’t found anything yet against the first point, I think that I won’t never try them, but I found them great anyway :)
The instruction on how to make a poor man side flash is really great!
I just made a very quick try. On the left photo you see an indirectly flashed glass and on the right photo a directly flashed glass.
I find the result convincing, especially because I 1. didn’t pay anything for it and it was 2. a very, very quick try!
(The more so as you don’t see so good at the indirectly flashed glass that I didn’t dried the glass too well at the last washing up ;-)))
This indirect flashing is similar to my entry Taking Photos from Jewelry.
Here at unikatissima: Taking Photos from Jewelry
Recently I browsed the internet for Peyote bead work and this way I found the
instruction on how to make a Peyote triangle bracelet (see instead this diagram).
Looks great, doesn’t it?
My to-do-list gets longer and longer ;-))
But I found a diagram (Triangle Peyote Stitch.Beadwork.) that you can possibly use instead.
I found a Japanese website (translated) where you can download photo frames to be printed and fold by yourself. Some look really nice, I find.
Following links translated with Google Translator:
Paper Museum – Overview categories of photo frames
Overview Wedding Photo Frames (The button with the text (A4/PDF/2 photos) next to it downloads the PDF file with the photo frame)
Instruction on how to fold the photo frames
Following links original (Japanese):
Paper Museum – Overview categories of photo frames (Japanese)
Overview Wedding Photo Frames (Japanese)
Instruction on how to fold the photo frames (Japanese)