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I was inspired by two of my favorite artists for this project……Alisa Burke and Elena Nuez. They both have talent oozing out of every pore and they do an amazing job sharing it, too. Alisa has online classes which are wonderful, so definitely check them out learn something amazing.
Have fun! xoxo, Mark
My first attempt
Everything looks better in a frame surrounded by bric-a-brac!
My favorite pin cushion
My 2nd attempt
I felt like I was getting better!
I tried some smaller canvases using the Creative Coloring For Grown-Ups books as a guide
Grab your fabric scraps because we’re taking the DIY train to tassel town! I raided my scrap box (okay, it’s more like a warehouse) and made colorful tassels and then attached them to a funky bracelet. Now you might want to hang them on a doorknob, attach one to a skeleton key or your keychain. Whatever you decide to do with them, I promise these little tassels will make you very happy! Have fun! xoxo, Mark
STUFF YOU’LL NEED
Large zip ties
Strips of scrap fabric
Ribbon and trim
Trim the head off of your zip tie
Tape it into a bracelet that fits your hand
Hot glue a strip of fabric to the bracelet and then wrap it
Wrap yarn around the fabric wrapped bracelet and secure in place
*Either knot it or glue it down
Knot two strips of contrasting fabric together at the ends
Twist together to create a colorful rope
*Twist the pieces toward the center over and over again
Cut about 20 pieces of trim, fabric and ribbon in 8″ lengths
Tie the rope around the bracelet and a pencil
*This will create some room for it to move
Tie the rope around the center of the 8″ pieces
Create your tassel shape and wrap another piece of fabric to make the neck
My gram used to have these beautiful floral tins in her kitchen filled with everything from sewing supplies to receipts. My obsession with those tins has turned into a love for almost anything covered in colorful flowers……..except cheap sofas. I do not like cheap sofas covered in flowers. I do, however, love this box and I hope you do, too. I may have to make a few for holiday gifts.
Enjoy and be creative! xoxo, Mark
I’m in LOVE with some of the new blocks from DCWV. This one is called Solstice.
When I was looking around in my yard for a place to photograph these little Vegas showgirl fairy dolls, I actually found a fairy door on my tree. See the 3rd photo. Granted, I only make fairy dolls because I have a boatload of nieces who are obsessed with anything fairy or princess….OBSESSED! I think all little girls are actually. Every day on my street, when the parents take their kids to school, it’s a fairy parade! Wait a minute…..Who am I kidding? I made these fairy dolls because they were just darn fun to make! BTW, I did a video collaboration with my friend Cas at Clutterbug. Hers are amazing! Have fun….XOXO, Mark
Getting ready for the Vegas fairy doll kick line!
Americana Multi Surface Satin Paints
*red, black, pink and flesh
Thick galvanized wire
Large wooden beads
Needle nose pliers with wire cutting ability
Put the large bead on a stick and paint the face
*The stick helps!
Bend a 6″ wire in half with a loop and insert in the bead from the top
Bend the arms to shape and curl the ends for hands
Bend an 8″ wire in half, add glue to the bead and insert for legs
Curl the ends for feet
Wrap a 1/2″ strip of fabric around the torso and glue in place
There is a small park in my neighborhood that is next to a home for the elderly. It’s a beautiful park with groups of men and women chatting like birds and playing checkers. Picturesque is the only way to describe it. On a recent trip to this park I noticed that the game tables weren’t in the best shape, so I decided to make one for them. With this process, you could encase almost anything from copies of old photos to memorabilia, even coins and toys. By the way, they loved it. Be creative!
There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t clip something from my garden to put in a vase on my table or in my kitchen window. Yes, I’m a fussy fellow. Having those little blooms all over the house just makes me feel better and it gives my little bungalow a warm, comfortable look. These little flower vases aren’t actually pottery if you can believe it, they’re made from dollar store glassware and my secret faux pottery painting technique. Why not make some for yourself? Have fun!
Let’s face it, I’m a messy DIY’er! I mean call in the Merry Maids kind of mess maker! Every corner of my entire house gets destroyed when I make something, especially mosaic. I decided to try a different mosaic technique, without the traditional Greek breaking of the plates, and this is what happened. My nephew happened to be in town when I was making these and we had a blast making them. We did manage to turn my house into a glitterized palace, but it was worth it. NEVER let an 11 year old handle large jars of glitter….NEVER!
Nothing better than a funky plate to make your dinner table look amazing, don’t you think?! These sugar skull plates are super easy to make AND you can eat off of them! How cool is that! Because all of the paint and decoupage is on the back, they’re completely food safe. I got my images at GraphicStock.com. They’re having a free 7 day trial and you can download tons of images for free. Just like the images I used for this project. My glass plates are from the 99c store, but you can get them for pennies at Ikea. Have fun!
Love this color combo!
I made them in every color under the sun
Try picking a color from the skull for your background
This citrus yellow is one of my favorite Krylon colors
I love a good thrift store find, don’t you? Who can resist a big white lamp for $5 bucks? I certainly can’t! I decided to see if my spray paint marbling technique would work on this huge lamp base and to my great joy, it did. While I was at it, I decided to give the lampshade a little makeover, too. Why stop just at the base? If you find a lamp that will work for this project and it’s not already white, just spray paint it. Have fun!
I can’t help grabbing all of those fun silicone molds at the dollar store. I don’t bake, but I sure love to fill them with things like plaster of Paris and resin! This mold is one of my favorites and though I was only in need of a cute incense burner, I ended up making a mirror and some place card holders as well. The faux glaze technique is really rocking my world lately, too! Check out the video to see how I made all three projects.