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diy bag    now I know what to do with those leather and suede skirts I have gotten from the good will store!  SWEET!

diy bag now I know what to do with those leather and suede skirts I have gotten from the good will store! SWEET!

using SU owl punch

using SU owl punch

Simple steps to a chevron-chic home accent! 1) Back a piece of cork with interfacing so that the other layers below won’t be seen through the fabric. 2) Glue the cork to foam core, cover it with fabric and place it in a pretty frame. 3) Use a handsaw to shorten the screws from a variety of knobs so they’re flush against the wall when hanging. 4) Use an awl to poke holes for the knobs into the cork. 5) Repeat the first three steps to create a matching back piece.

Simple steps to a chevron-chic home accent! 1) Back a piece of cork with interfacing so that the other layers below won’t be seen through the fabric. 2) Glue the cork to foam core, cover it with fabric and place it in a pretty frame. 3) Use a handsaw to shorten the screws from a variety of knobs so they’re flush against the wall when hanging. 4) Use an awl to poke holes for the knobs into the cork. 5) Repeat the first three steps to create a matching back piece.

Husbands and sons alike will love this homemade slingshot

Husbands and sons alike will love this homemade slingshot

For a jewelry board.. 1. Using an X-Acto knife, cut balsa wood to fit the dimensions of the window panes. 2. Attach batting to one side of the balsa with spray-on glue. Place fabric over the batting and pull it taut, then staple it to the backside of the balsa. 3. Use an awl or drill to make holes in the back of the balsa, then screw hooks (just do it by hand) through the front of it. 4 Attach the finished boards to the windows with a glue gun.

For a jewelry board.. 1. Using an X-Acto knife, cut balsa wood to fit the dimensions of the window panes. 2. Attach batting to one side of the balsa with spray-on glue. Place fabric over the batting and pull it taut, then staple it to the backside of the balsa. 3. Use an awl or drill to make holes in the back of the balsa, then screw hooks (just do it by hand) through the front of it. 4 Attach the finished boards to the windows with a glue gun.

handcrafted gifts

handcrafted gifts

DIY Embellishments by Jennie Garcia

DIY Embellishments by Jennie Garcia

Prerequisite:  How to thread your needles for hand-sewing   Things you'll need: Basic: To start out, you'll need your leather pieces (whatever project you're working on or maybe just some scrap to practice on), a Stitching Wheel, Stitching Groover, Sewing Awl, 2 Needles, Waxed Thread and any kind of scissors. Note: I'm using a stitching pony in the photos. You won't need one to start with or if you only do a few projects but it helps to hold your leather in place while sewing.  Even more…

Prerequisite: How to thread your needles for hand-sewing Things you'll need: Basic: To start out, you'll need your leather pieces (whatever project you're working on or maybe just some scrap to practice on), a Stitching Wheel, Stitching Groover, Sewing Awl, 2 Needles, Waxed Thread and any kind of scissors. Note: I'm using a stitching pony in the photos. You won't need one to start with or if you only do a few projects but it helps to hold your leather in place while sewing. Even more…

using border punches for other than just a card or page

using border punches for other than just a card or page

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