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sweetdrk1:

Lol! But I mean it!

Best Gift Tag Ever!

sweetdrk1:

Lol! But I mean it!

Best Gift Tag Ever!

DIY Camo Parka with fake leather sleeves. When two become one…

http://www.flcty.com/2013/05/05/diy-parka-mit-leder%C3%A4rmeln/

new epic woodkid clip. i love you. i love it.

zanthia:

Svenja on Flickr.Beautiful creatures at our jimdo.com Halloween party.
Hamburg, Germany

zanthia:

Svenja on Flickr.

Beautiful creatures at our jimdo.com Halloween party.

Hamburg, Germany

zanthia:

Svenja on Flickr.Beautiful creatures at our jimdo.com Halloween party.
Hamburg, Germany

Scary me!

zanthia:

Svenja on Flickr.

Beautiful creatures at our jimdo.com Halloween party.

Hamburg, Germany

Scary me!

Chet Faker - I’m Into You <3

truebluemeandyou:

diychristmascrafts:

DIY Felt Rosebud Basket Tutorial from The Blooming Thread here. The photo is no longer up for this DIY at The Blooming Thread so I’m posting basic instructions because those may disappear too, but go to the link for more info in the comments.
She used felt bought from Joanne’s Fabric store that was about 3/8 to 1/4 inch thick (in comments).
Cut a basic hexagon shape. *once folded, it will remain roughly the same size. This will help you gauge how big or small to cut your shape.
Use a ruler and a rotary cut to make slits from each adjacent corner as shown.
Fold up the each side, layering as you rotate to the next. You glue or stitch the final corners down.

Truebluemeandyou: I never publish tutorials but I think this one may be taken down because the photo is down. If this isn’t the case I hope the blogger gets in touch with me.

Love the idea!

truebluemeandyou:

diychristmascrafts:

DIY Felt Rosebud Basket Tutorial from The Blooming Thread here. The photo is no longer up for this DIY at The Blooming Thread so I’m posting basic instructions because those may disappear too, but go to the link for more info in the comments.

  • She used felt bought from Joanne’s Fabric store that was about 3/8 to 1/4 inch thick (in comments).
  • Cut a basic hexagon shape. *once folded, it will remain roughly the same size. This will help you gauge how big or small to cut your shape.
  • Use a ruler and a rotary cut to make slits from each adjacent corner as shown.
  • Fold up the each side, layering as you rotate to the next. You glue or stitch the final corners down.

Truebluemeandyou: I never publish tutorials but I think this one may be taken down because the photo is down. If this isn’t the case I hope the blogger gets in touch with me.

Love the idea!

aaaaah, i want that one!! :)

aaaaah, i want that one!! :)