How to Trace Images    1. Print out your image (not a reflection) the size you want it on computer paper.   2. Lay tissue paper (the kind by john
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john How to Trace Images 1. Print out your image (not a reflection) the size you want it on computer paper. 2. Lay tissue paper (the kind
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How to Trace Images    1. Print out your image (not a reflection) the size you want it on computer paper.   2. Lay tissue paper (the kind by john
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john How to Trace Images 1. Print out your image (not a reflection) the size you want it on computer paper. 2. Lay tissue paper (the kind
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How to Trace Images    1. Print out your image (not a reflection) the size you want it on computer paper.   2. Lay tissue paper (the kind you put in presents) over it and trace the image with a lead pencil onto the tissue paper, just like with tracing paper  3. Using painter's tape, tape the tissue paper with the image in pencil where you want it on the cooler.   4. Using a Sharpie, trace over the pencil lines. Press firmly, and every inch or by leta
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leta How to Trace Images 1. Print out your image (not a reflection) the size you want it on computer paper. 2. Lay tissue paper (the kind you put in presents) over it and trace the image with a lead pencil onto the tissue paper, just like with tracing paper 3. Using painter's tape, tape the tissue paper with the image in pencil where you want it on the cooler. 4. Using a Sharpie, trace over the pencil lines. Press firmly, and every inch or
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Google images of "_____ silhouettes", print in desired size and cut out. Trace on back of scrapbook paper and cut out again. by john
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john Google images of "_____ silhouettes", print in desired size and cut out. Trace on back of scrapbook paper and cut out again.
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Crayon art DIY 1) Print off a black and white portrait. 2) Tape it to cardboard. 3) Use an x-acto knife to cut out all of the negative or positive space. 4) Move the pieces you keep to canvas, and trace. 5) Tape over whatever you don't want colored. 6) Melt your crayons. 7) Peel off the tape (Could skip 1-4, and draw the image directly on the canvas.) by teri-71
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teri-71 Crayon art DIY 1) Print off a black and white portrait. 2) Tape it to cardboard. 3) Use an x-acto knife to cut out all of the negative or positive space. 4) Move the pieces you keep to canvas, and trace. 5) Tape over whatever you don't want colored. 6) Melt your crayons. 7) Peel off the tape (Could skip 1-4, and draw the image directly on the canvas.)
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One of the most common questions I get is "How do I print pictures in the perfect size for my project?".   There are so many programs you can use to customize your photo size, I wanted to share instructions that would be universal for all computer users. Here are the step by step instructions for printing your desired images in any size:    For PC Users in Microsoft Office:  1. Open a new document in Microsoft Word.  2. On the menu bar, select by lilly
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lilly One of the most common questions I get is "How do I print pictures in the perfect size for my project?". There are so many programs you can use to customize your photo size, I wanted to share instructions that would be universal for all computer users. Here are the step by step instructions for printing your desired images in any size: For PC Users in Microsoft Office: 1. Open a new document in Microsoft Word. 2. On the menu bar, select
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Google images of "____ silhouettes", print in desired size and cut out. Trace on back of scrapbook paper and cut out again.  Frame.  So by john
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john Google images of "____ silhouettes", print in desired size and cut out. Trace on back of scrapbook paper and cut out again. Frame. So
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Google images of "____ silhouettes", print in desired size and cut out. Trace on back of scrapbook paper and cut out again. Frame. So simple and cute! by l!sa
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l!sa Google images of "____ silhouettes", print in desired size and cut out. Trace on back of scrapbook paper and cut out again. Frame. So simple and cute!
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This may be the best crafting tip of the month. "print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint, by jessicaj
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jessicaj This may be the best crafting tip of the month. "print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint,
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To create raised letters for craft projects: print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Then use puffy paint and trace. Let by purplemadusa
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purplemadusa To create raised letters for craft projects: print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Then use puffy paint and trace. Let
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How to import your own images on a Sihlouette Cameo. Also how to trace around it then cut it out. by terrie
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terrie How to import your own images on a Sihlouette Cameo. Also how to trace around it then cut it out.
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White Chocolate Snowflakes by atasteofkoko: Print out images of snowflakes on copy paper. Cover with parchment and simply pipe and trace by Mariya <3
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Mariya <3 White Chocolate Snowflakes by atasteofkoko: Print out images of snowflakes on copy paper. Cover with parchment and simply pipe and trace
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np-DIY Moroccan-Style Wall Stencil Tutorial    Here's what you do.  1. Find a Moroccan-ish shape you like online and print it out whatever size you want (Google images is a good place to go).  The larger you go... the less work it is.  I had to tile mine onto 4 sheets of paper, then tape them together.  Don't worry about the design being all blurry if by Kardemon
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Kardemon np-DIY Moroccan-Style Wall Stencil Tutorial Here's what you do. 1. Find a Moroccan-ish shape you like online and print it out whatever size you want (Google images is a good place to go). The larger you go... the less work it is. I had to tile mine onto 4 sheets of paper, then tape them together. Don't worry about the design being all blurry if
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I am so glad I just saw this. Make raised letters for craft projects: print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace by jessicaj
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jessicaj I am so glad I just saw this. Make raised letters for craft projects: print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace
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Easy, inexpensive recycled party favor  September 12, 2011 By Amy    Looking for a super easy, inexpensive party favor to pass out at your next birthday party?    This one really is easy, cheap and will still make the kids smile:  Here’s how you can make these yourself.    1. Collect as many toilet paper rolls as you have guests. Or use paper towel rolls and cut to the size you would prefer.    2. Fill rolls with individually-wrapped candy or by brandie
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brandie Easy, inexpensive recycled party favor September 12, 2011 By Amy Looking for a super easy, inexpensive party favor to pass out at your next birthday party? This one really is easy, cheap and will still make the kids smile: Here’s how you can make these yourself. 1. Collect as many toilet paper rolls as you have guests. Or use paper towel rolls and cut to the size you would prefer. 2. Fill rolls with individually-wrapped candy or
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They're made from computer paper. How to:  1. Cut one piece of 8 1/2" x 11" paper into 1" strips (oriented landscape so you end up with 11 strips). by lesa
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lesa They're made from computer paper. How to: 1. Cut one piece of 8 1/2" x 11" paper into 1" strips (oriented landscape so you end up with 11 strips).
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How to embroider your hand knits. I use this same basic method, but I trace my design onto tissue paper. by leta
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leta How to embroider your hand knits. I use this same basic method, but I trace my design onto tissue paper.
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Relax & Unwind.... this is amazing!  Could do this with any words.  Just print out what you want your board to say, trace the letters, add the nails and go nuts ! My parents would love this for the living room ! by Maiden11976
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Maiden11976 Relax & Unwind.... this is amazing! Could do this with any words. Just print out what you want your board to say, trace the letters, add the nails and go nuts ! My parents would love this for the living room !
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WHO KNEW!! you print out words on basic white paper, but in mirror image form… lay them on the wood… with a damp paint brush wet the paper on top of the words… use the cap of a sharpie to rub on top of the letters to help them transfer … then remove the paper and stand in shock and awe! by isabelle07
isabelle07
isabelle07 WHO KNEW!! you print out words on basic white paper, but in mirror image form… lay them on the wood… with a damp paint brush wet the paper on top of the words… use the cap of a sharpie to rub on top of the letters to help them transfer … then remove the paper and stand in shock and awe!
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Print what you want to say, put the words under your window, trace with a sharpie and fill in with paint by irenepo
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irenepo Print what you want to say, put the words under your window, trace with a sharpie and fill in with paint
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Colored tips-- 1. Wet your hair where you want the color to be.  2. Twist your hair and stroke with a soft pastel (like the chalky kind you by flora
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flora Colored tips-- 1. Wet your hair where you want the color to be. 2. Twist your hair and stroke with a soft pastel (like the chalky kind you
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Martha Stewart. Cute packaging for a cookie take home treat.    Tools and Materials  Tissue paper  Ruler  Scissors  Cookie  Sticker    Cookie Envelope How-To  1. Cut an 8-by-8-inch square of tissue paper.    2. Fold all four corners around the cookie.    3. Seal with a sticker.    4. You can monogram your stickers using initials, numbers, or phrases. by cora
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cora Martha Stewart. Cute packaging for a cookie take home treat. Tools and Materials Tissue paper Ruler Scissors Cookie Sticker Cookie Envelope How-To 1. Cut an 8-by-8-inch square of tissue paper. 2. Fold all four corners around the cookie. 3. Seal with a sticker. 4. You can monogram your stickers using initials, numbers, or phrases.
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1. Wet your hair where you want the color to be. 2. Twist your hair & stroke w/a chalk pastel (like the kind you create art with.) 3. Let by chris del
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chris del 1. Wet your hair where you want the color to be. 2. Twist your hair & stroke w/a chalk pastel (like the kind you create art with.) 3. Let
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How-To: Print on Fabric with an Inkjet Printer by Andrew Lewis, craftzine. Check out spoonflower if you don't want to risk your printer. by estelle
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estelle How-To: Print on Fabric with an Inkjet Printer by Andrew Lewis, craftzine. Check out spoonflower if you don't want to risk your printer.
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STEP 1:  Cut card to 51/2 inches by 41/4 inches.  STEP 2:  Cut a piece of patterned paper 1 3/4 inches by 5 1/2 inches and adhere to the card fold edge.  STEP 3:  Tie a ribbon around the card where the patterned paper and the white part of the card meet.  STEP 4:  Using sage ink, stamp one image on your card and one onto a scrap piece of white cardstock.  STEP 5:  Cut out a few of the images on your scrap piece and adhere them on top of the ones by emilia
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emilia STEP 1: Cut card to 51/2 inches by 41/4 inches. STEP 2: Cut a piece of patterned paper 1 3/4 inches by 5 1/2 inches and adhere to the card fold edge. STEP 3: Tie a ribbon around the card where the patterned paper and the white part of the card meet. STEP 4: Using sage ink, stamp one image on your card and one onto a scrap piece of white cardstock. STEP 5: Cut out a few of the images on your scrap piece and adhere them on top of the ones
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How to make the PERFECT tissue paper pom-poms!  Plus, she tells you how to get 5 poms out of one $.99 package of tissue paper! by ammieiscool
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ammieiscool How to make the PERFECT tissue paper pom-poms! Plus, she tells you how to get 5 poms out of one $.99 package of tissue paper!
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Print out designs on white paper and put under wax paper. Use puffy paint to trace the images. Let dry and remove slowly. - Could be fun to do with YW. by batjas88
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batjas88 Print out designs on white paper and put under wax paper. Use puffy paint to trace the images. Let dry and remove slowly. - Could be fun to do with YW.
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Key thing to remember: 80% Alkaline (1/2 Raw), 20% Acid! Save the picture below to your computer (double click to zoom in and 'Save Image As') print and post on your refrigerator. by rochelle
rochelle
rochelle Key thing to remember: 80% Alkaline (1/2 Raw), 20% Acid! Save the picture below to your computer (double click to zoom in and 'Save Image As') print and post on your refrigerator.
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1/2 Tablespoon of oil and 1 teaspoon food coloring on top of small amount of water in shallow pan. Lay heavy paper (cardstock) on top and wait until you see oil coming through back. Lift paper and see your design. Can drag toothpick through colors to make new design. by shari
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shari 1/2 Tablespoon of oil and 1 teaspoon food coloring on top of small amount of water in shallow pan. Lay heavy paper (cardstock) on top and wait until you see oil coming through back. Lift paper and see your design. Can drag toothpick through colors to make new design.
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Alpha Sigma Tau homemade craft. Print out what design you want ( I made this one on Microsoft word) then using a ball point pen trace the outline of the words on the paper set on top of the wood creating a grove. Then paint and decorate away! Somebody make this for me!! :) by michele
michele
michele Alpha Sigma Tau homemade craft. Print out what design you want ( I made this one on Microsoft word) then using a ball point pen trace the outline of the words on the paper set on top of the wood creating a grove. Then paint and decorate away! Somebody make this for me!! :)
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Holy smokes. This may be the best crafting tip of the month. "print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint, let dry, then use mod podge to secure letters to canvas, etc. Brilliant." by Seradwen
Seradwen
Seradwen Holy smokes. This may be the best crafting tip of the month. "print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint, let dry, then use mod podge to secure letters to canvas, etc. Brilliant."
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