Plywood bought from Michael's (desired size). Paint the front whatever color you want. Once it's dry use a paint pen or paint to write a by annette
annette
annette Plywood bought from Michael's (desired size). Paint the front whatever color you want. Once it's dry use a paint pen or paint to write a
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Plywood bought from Michael's (desired size). Paint the front whatever color you want. Once it's dry use a paint pen or paint to write a by denojo69
denojo69
denojo69 Plywood bought from Michael's (desired size). Paint the front whatever color you want. Once it's dry use a paint pen or paint to write a
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I love these! Plywood bought from Michael's (desired size). Paint the front whatever color you want. Once it's dry use a paint pen or paint to write a quote. Cut scrapbooking paper and modge podge it on. Modge podge over everything, two coats. Hot glue a metal binder clip on the scrapbook paper. by jams1033
jams1033
jams1033 I love these! Plywood bought from Michael's (desired size). Paint the front whatever color you want. Once it's dry use a paint pen or paint to write a quote. Cut scrapbooking paper and modge podge it on. Modge podge over everything, two coats. Hot glue a metal binder clip on the scrapbook paper.
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Perfect for escort cards & place settings, these watercolor nametags are whimsical, fresh and simple to make! Start with cardstock trimmed to your desired size. Then, water down acrylic paint. Add more water or more paint to get your desired opacity. Using a paint brush, make rough strokes on the cardstock. After they dry, use a Micron pen to write your guest’s names. C'est magnifique! by marjorie
marjorie
marjorie Perfect for escort cards & place settings, these watercolor nametags are whimsical, fresh and simple to make! Start with cardstock trimmed to your desired size. Then, water down acrylic paint. Add more water or more paint to get your desired opacity. Using a paint brush, make rough strokes on the cardstock. After they dry, use a Micron pen to write your guest’s names. C'est magnifique!
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Very cool! How great does this look on a big wall! Paint the canvas with the desired colour, once dry use masking tape to cover the parts you want to keep coloured then paint the rest! #art by herminia
herminia
herminia Very cool! How great does this look on a big wall! Paint the canvas with the desired colour, once dry use masking tape to cover the parts you want to keep coloured then paint the rest! #art
christmas cheer.
Look up for headboard materials: Use tin ceiling tiles. Cut a pattern from kraft paper in your desired size and shape. Trace the pattern onto plywood, and cut using a jigsaw. Place tin tiles on the plywood, allowing tiles to overhang. Use adhesive caulk to secure tiles one at a time to the plywood. Use tin snips to cut the tiles to the shape of the plywood. Grind down any rough edges. Paint the tin and sides, and let dry. Hang at desired height using a cleat. by casey
casey
casey Look up for headboard materials: Use tin ceiling tiles. Cut a pattern from kraft paper in your desired size and shape. Trace the pattern onto plywood, and cut using a jigsaw. Place tin tiles on the plywood, allowing tiles to overhang. Use adhesive caulk to secure tiles one at a time to the plywood. Use tin snips to cut the tiles to the shape of the plywood. Grind down any rough edges. Paint the tin and sides, and let dry. Hang at desired height using a cleat.
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They didn't provide instructions to achieve the end result, so I'll fill in the blanks:   *paint entire canvas (the color  you want the leaves to be)  * place leaves over the canvas and spray paint the desired background color (lighter than 1st color, ideally - they used gold or white, etc)   * Use a line brush to hand paint stems in desired color.   (my best guess) by ddarragh9
ddarragh9
ddarragh9 They didn't provide instructions to achieve the end result, so I'll fill in the blanks: *paint entire canvas (the color you want the leaves to be) * place leaves over the canvas and spray paint the desired background color (lighter than 1st color, ideally - they used gold or white, etc) * Use a line brush to hand paint stems in desired color. (my best guess)
PAINTINGS
Paint pen or oil based sharpie,allow them to dry for at least 24 hours. Once 24 hours has passed place them in a cold oven (this is important! you want them to heat up with the oven). Turn the oven to 400 degrees and set a timer for 40 minutes. After the 40 minutes is up, turn the oven off and leave the cups to cool with the oven. Once they’re cool they’re ready to use! by rjw88
rjw88
rjw88 Paint pen or oil based sharpie,allow them to dry for at least 24 hours. Once 24 hours has passed place them in a cold oven (this is important! you want them to heat up with the oven). Turn the oven to 400 degrees and set a timer for 40 minutes. After the 40 minutes is up, turn the oven off and leave the cups to cool with the oven. Once they’re cool they’re ready to use!
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His and Hers Coffee Mug, such a cute thing to write on them!! DIY tip: get white mugs from the dollar store, use sharpies to write whatever message you want on them, then bake them at 350 degrees for 45 minutes, and viola! It's permanent! Hand wash only!!! by montse.esquivel.779
montse.esquivel.779
montse.esquivel.779 His and Hers Coffee Mug, such a cute thing to write on them!! DIY tip: get white mugs from the dollar store, use sharpies to write whatever message you want on them, then bake them at 350 degrees for 45 minutes, and viola! It's permanent! Hand wash only!!!
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{Paint your piece of wood the desired color and let dry.  With the pencil, make light marks on the wood, showing where you want to position the knobs.  Screw in the screws, being careful not to screw into the floor or table.  Twist the knobs onto the screws.  Hang your new coat rack where it's needed and fill with your Fall garb!} by Yolybesha
Yolybesha
Yolybesha {Paint your piece of wood the desired color and let dry. With the pencil, make light marks on the wood, showing where you want to position the knobs. Screw in the screws, being careful not to screw into the floor or table. Twist the knobs onto the screws. Hang your new coat rack where it's needed and fill with your Fall garb!}
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Tip Dry Erase Marker, Saves the day! She said to use any dry erase marker color you have, it doesn't matter. Scribble over the permanent marker and then wipe it away with a paper towel, cloth or whatever you have and, "POOF", it's gone. She also told me that when I use it on the white wall it might leave a hint of the dry erase markers color but all you need is a wet rag or something to get that off. To my surprise, IT WORKED! ON ALL THE SURFACES! Makesme want draw on something By Shannon by lea
lea
lea Tip Dry Erase Marker, Saves the day! She said to use any dry erase marker color you have, it doesn't matter. Scribble over the permanent marker and then wipe it away with a paper towel, cloth or whatever you have and, "POOF", it's gone. She also told me that when I use it on the white wall it might leave a hint of the dry erase markers color but all you need is a wet rag or something to get that off. To my surprise, IT WORKED! ON ALL THE SURFACES! Makesme want draw on something By Shannon
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homemade watercolor paints, they're solid
Combine 3 tablespoons each of the baking soda, cornstarch and vinegar and add 1 1/2 teaspoons of the corn syrup/sugar substitute. Allow the fizzing to subside and mix completely. Pour the mixture into whatever you'd like to use to hold your paints. I bought a $2 paint tray at Michaels, but you can also use a plastic egg carton. Add the food coloring to create your desired palette and leave out to harden by deerdre.els.18
deerdre.els.18
deerdre.els.18 homemade watercolor paints, they're solid Combine 3 tablespoons each of the baking soda, cornstarch and vinegar and add 1 1/2 teaspoons of the corn syrup/sugar substitute. Allow the fizzing to subside and mix completely. Pour the mixture into whatever you'd like to use to hold your paints. I bought a $2 paint tray at Michaels, but you can also use a plastic egg carton. Add the food coloring to create your desired palette and leave out to harden
kinders
On this site, upload a photo and paste or write whatever text you want. I did the lyrics to his favorite lullaby: "You Are My Sunshine". by jayne.weathers
jayne.weathers
jayne.weathers On this site, upload a photo and paste or write whatever text you want. I did the lyrics to his favorite lullaby: "You Are My Sunshine".
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Cheap glasses, rubber bands, and frost spray paint. Place rubber bands how you want, then use Rust-Oleum Frosted Glass spray paint, waiting 2 min in between coats. Once dry you will want to use a sealer to make it water resistant. You can use Krylon Matte Finish Spray or Krylon Crystal Clear Acrylic Coating. by Marlynn Rutenberg
Marlynn Rutenberg
Marlynn Rutenberg Cheap glasses, rubber bands, and frost spray paint. Place rubber bands how you want, then use Rust-Oleum Frosted Glass spray paint, waiting 2 min in between coats. Once dry you will want to use a sealer to make it water resistant. You can use Krylon Matte Finish Spray or Krylon Crystal Clear Acrylic Coating.
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Good tutorial if you ever want to use a bleach pen to write on clothing. by diane.smith
diane.smith
diane.smith Good tutorial if you ever want to use a bleach pen to write on clothing.
Crafts
Get you a cheap little charger at Wal-mart or Dollar Tree and use a paint pen to write on it. Could be made for birthday parties and have the guests sign it, graduation parties, etc. by terra
terra
terra Get you a cheap little charger at Wal-mart or Dollar Tree and use a paint pen to write on it. Could be made for birthday parties and have the guests sign it, graduation parties, etc.
Wedding Dreams
CHANDELIER :: Easy DIY "Fairy Light Ball" :: Made from a couple of plant baskets & Christmas lights! She used zip ties & silver spray paint, but you could use galvanized wire to tie them together & whatever color you want. | #pendantlight #chandelier #lightball #wirebaskets by DonnyBoo
DonnyBoo
DonnyBoo CHANDELIER :: Easy DIY "Fairy Light Ball" :: Made from a couple of plant baskets & Christmas lights! She used zip ties & silver spray paint, but you could use galvanized wire to tie them together & whatever color you want. | #pendantlight #chandelier #lightball #wirebaskets
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Use a hot glue gun to write words or make a pattern, then paint the bottle. by cristina.martindelcamporamirz
cristina.martindelcamporamirz
cristina.martindelcamporamirz Use a hot glue gun to write words or make a pattern, then paint the bottle.
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use a hot glue gun to write words or make a pattern, then paint the bottle. by mavrica
mavrica
mavrica use a hot glue gun to write words or make a pattern, then paint the bottle.
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How to make encharmed waters.  1. Write charm, word or sigil with watercolor pencil.  2. Place it into water while praying, chanting, spinning in circles and drooling on yourself, or whatever else does it for you.  3. Once the majority of pigment has run off into the water use it to dress objects, anoint people, sprinkle about a place, add to baths, floor washes, or to the laundry water; or (provided they’re non-toxic) infuse it with herbs to make a potion. by laurel
laurel
laurel How to make encharmed waters. 1. Write charm, word or sigil with watercolor pencil. 2. Place it into water while praying, chanting, spinning in circles and drooling on yourself, or whatever else does it for you. 3. Once the majority of pigment has run off into the water use it to dress objects, anoint people, sprinkle about a place, add to baths, floor washes, or to the laundry water; or (provided they’re non-toxic) infuse it with herbs to make a potion.
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write on the jar using a glue gun, once dry spray paint in your choice of color by Liliana Garrido
Liliana Garrido
Liliana Garrido write on the jar using a glue gun, once dry spray paint in your choice of color
Manualidades
Use Sharpie markers and write whatever you want! by ilyssa.morgan.3
ilyssa.morgan.3
ilyssa.morgan.3 Use Sharpie markers and write whatever you want!
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Cool DIY Ideas - Write on the jar using a glue gun, once dry spray paint in your choice of color. by rosanna
rosanna
rosanna Cool DIY Ideas - Write on the jar using a glue gun, once dry spray paint in your choice of color.
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1) Draw a template of desired shape onto paper and attach to the mason jar with double-sided tape. 2) Apply paint to exposed areas. Allow to dry. 3) Once the first coat of paint has dried, carefully remove tape and apply next color of paint. Repeat until all colors are applied. 4) Once the jar has dried, use sandpaper to lightly distress. Use a gold-leafing marker to outline shapes and stripes. 5) Wrap the bottom of the jars with large jute and hot glue on the back. by harriett
harriett
harriett 1) Draw a template of desired shape onto paper and attach to the mason jar with double-sided tape. 2) Apply paint to exposed areas. Allow to dry. 3) Once the first coat of paint has dried, carefully remove tape and apply next color of paint. Repeat until all colors are applied. 4) Once the jar has dried, use sandpaper to lightly distress. Use a gold-leafing marker to outline shapes and stripes. 5) Wrap the bottom of the jars with large jute and hot glue on the back.
Artsy fartsy
Christmas Barn Wood-or write whatever you want on the wood by vivian
vivian
vivian Christmas Barn Wood-or write whatever you want on the wood
Wedding ideas...
Lumber Crayon - While you're hiking home from whatever disaster you are surviving, it's not a bad idea to leave a trail of markings along your trek in case a rescue team is out looking for you.  These crayons write on wet or dry wood, metal, concrete and most other surfaces. by becky
becky
becky Lumber Crayon - While you're hiking home from whatever disaster you are surviving, it's not a bad idea to leave a trail of markings along your trek in case a rescue team is out looking for you. These crayons write on wet or dry wood, metal, concrete and most other surfaces.
carnivale
Crate or Pallet Cat Bed - remove front board from crate or use reclaimed wood from crate to create box; use a stencil or free hand paint the heart... by dawn
dawn
dawn Crate or Pallet Cat Bed - remove front board from crate or use reclaimed wood from crate to create box; use a stencil or free hand paint the heart...
Bags & Wallets
If you want to use a too-small (or too-big) pattern, you need to know the way garments differ in proportion from one size to another. by hester
hester
hester If you want to use a too-small (or too-big) pattern, you need to know the way garments differ in proportion from one size to another.
Jewelry.
Once you use chalkboard art pens, you'll never want to use chalk again.  :) #chalkboard pen by mariam
mariam
mariam Once you use chalkboard art pens, you'll never want to use chalk again. :) #chalkboard pen
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This is a neat idea! You buy regular Elmer's glue at the store and a canvas. And then you make a design with the glue on the canvas and wait for it to dry. Once it's dry, you pick a color that you like and paint over the entire thing! by Linda Oliveras
Linda Oliveras
Linda Oliveras This is a neat idea! You buy regular Elmer's glue at the store and a canvas. And then you make a design with the glue on the canvas and wait for it to dry. Once it's dry, you pick a color that you like and paint over the entire thing!
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Don't want to use chalkboard paint for the whole door? Michael's sells rolls of chalkboard stick-on paper! (pantry door) by Gardendiva
Gardendiva
Gardendiva Don't want to use chalkboard paint for the whole door? Michael's sells rolls of chalkboard stick-on paper! (pantry door)
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