thewingedpalate:

My plastic bottle window sill garden’s thriving beautifully 😄👌 #windowgarden #windowsillgarden #gardening #diy #reduce #reuse #recycle  (Taken with Instagram)

thewingedpalate:

My plastic bottle window sill garden’s thriving beautifully 😄👌 #windowgarden #windowsillgarden #gardening #diy #reduce #reuse #recycle (Taken with Instagram)

taylor-rhymeswithnaylor:

#picstitch before and after of my #diy project!! 💦✂👕 I really like how it came out but I’m a little mad at myself for getting that bleach stain near the right pocket by accident when it already looked perfect 😠 (Taken with Instagram)

taylor-rhymeswithnaylor:

#picstitch before and after of my #diy project!! 💦✂👕 I really like how it came out but I’m a little mad at myself for getting that bleach stain near the right pocket by accident when it already looked perfect 😠 (Taken with Instagram)

vicemag:

DIY Halloween Costume: Torso in a Suitcase
Back in the day when Halloween was way cooler, Celts would dress up in scary costumes to frighten away demons. I like my costumes to follow the same notion because it’s badass and because we’ve accumulated a lot of frightening shit over the past five centuries. One of the scarier stories that I’ve heard is of more recent history: The Tale of the Troubled Man-Boy Who Wanted to Become Famous by Dismembering Kittens and People.) That’s why this year I decided to dress up as the infamous torso in a suitcase. Maybe I’ll be able to rid the impulse-to-produce-snuff kinds of demons.

STEP 1: FIND A VICTIM
You’re going to have to cut up a suitcase, so find one that you don’t really care about. I found mine at a second-hand store for eight dollars. At the same time, you can’t just pick any old suitcase, so this might be a bit of a scavenger hunt. You have to make sure that whatever you choose will be big enough for the core of your body to fit inside of, and sturdy enough to hold up its structure. You’re essentially just making a dress out of a suitcase, so choose something you’re going to feel excited about.

STEP 2: CHOSE YOUR WEAPON
What I didn’t realize before starting the project is that it would require the use of power tools, which in this context made me feel sort of nauseous. If you don’t trust yourself to use power tools without accidentally cutting off your own arms, get a friend to help! We used a Dremel mini-grinder. If you don’t have one of these at home already, I would suggest buying one because they’re awesome. That would bring the total cost of this costume up to 40 dollars, which is still considerably less than a shitty packaged costume you would find at a Halloween story. Plus you’ll be the proud owner of a tiny, electric-powered death-bringer.
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vicemag:

DIY Halloween Costume: Torso in a Suitcase

Back in the day when Halloween was way cooler, Celts would dress up in scary costumes to frighten away demons. I like my costumes to follow the same notion because it’s badass and because we’ve accumulated a lot of frightening shit over the past five centuries. One of the scarier stories that I’ve heard is of more recent history: The Tale of the Troubled Man-Boy Who Wanted to Become Famous by Dismembering Kittens and People.) That’s why this year I decided to dress up as the infamous torso in a suitcase. Maybe I’ll be able to rid the impulse-to-produce-snuff kinds of demons.

STEP 1: FIND A VICTIM

You’re going to have to cut up a suitcase, so find one that you don’t really care about. I found mine at a second-hand store for eight dollars. At the same time, you can’t just pick any old suitcase, so this might be a bit of a scavenger hunt. You have to make sure that whatever you choose will be big enough for the core of your body to fit inside of, and sturdy enough to hold up its structure. You’re essentially just making a dress out of a suitcase, so choose something you’re going to feel excited about.

STEP 2: CHOSE YOUR WEAPON

What I didn’t realize before starting the project is that it would require the use of power tools, which in this context made me feel sort of nauseous. If you don’t trust yourself to use power tools without accidentally cutting off your own arms, get a friend to help! We used a Dremel mini-grinder. If you don’t have one of these at home already, I would suggest buying one because they’re awesome. That would bring the total cost of this costume up to 40 dollars, which is still considerably less than a shitty packaged costume you would find at a Halloween story. Plus you’ll be the proud owner of a tiny, electric-powered death-bringer.

my-colouring-book:

Electric Mavis Luminare © Bonasera by Monapart Barcelona on Flickr.
glitzknitsboutique:

Your Mom’s Mittens by heatherxxll

glitzknitsboutique:

Your Mom’s Mittens by heatherxxll

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Three Embellished Restyles for Friendship Bracelets. Great post today by Honestly…WTF! Not only do they give links to their past friendship bracelets, but there are three new restyle tutorials for these bracelets. Tutorial from Honestly…WTF here.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Three Embellished Restyles for Friendship Bracelets. Great post today by Honestly…WTF! Not only do they give links to their past friendship bracelets, but there are three new restyle tutorials for these bracelets. Tutorial from Honestly…WTF here.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Stamped Mermaid Dress Tutorial by Kate Gabrielle from Scathingly Brilliant for mermaidens here. Really easy DIY using a foam stamp you can make yourself and fabric paint (one the color you want and one that’s white). Top Photo: DIY from The Pineneedle Collective here (using Mermaidens’ tutorial), Bottom Photo: DIY from mermaidens.

-ohmy-:

love this idea so much

classymissmolassy:

DIY Succulent Terrarium.
salt-n-paper:

Heart Handmade UK: Free Printable GeoBall DIY Box for your desk from ZÜ
rainbowsandunicornscrafts:

DIY Woven Friendship Bracelet Using a Circular Cardboard Loom. Very easy, cool jewelry craft for kids weaving a seven strand friendship bracelet. Tutorial from Michael Ann Made here. 

rainbowsandunicornscrafts:

DIY Woven Friendship Bracelet Using a Circular Cardboard Loom. Very easy, cool jewelry craft for kids weaving a seven strand friendship bracelet. Tutorial from Michael Ann Made here. 

tutorializer:

Beaded & Braided Necklace - DIY Tutorial
(via More Design Please - MoreDesignPlease - DIY Braided Necklace)

tutorializer:

Beaded & Braided Necklace - DIY Tutorial

(via More Design Please - MoreDesignPlease - DIY Braided Necklace)