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Jajaja voy a hacer un canal de YT para subir mis tonteras que hago xD #DIY #MOON #MARCE #LOL
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DIY No Sew Tote to Cinch Bag or Light Backpack from Monsters Circus. This easy DIY uses readily available craft supplies - leather/pleather scraps, tote and keyrings.
Be your very best. Be vulnerable. Look to the sky and not at your feet. There is a pair of eyes waiting to connect with you, you just have to look. Take down those walls. Feel.
Crystal pendant necklace and bracelet:
I bought these pieces at the same gem store as my previous post with the quartz skull head necklace. Just created these yesterday on a whim! I’ve had them for almost a year and the moment yesterday struck me to finally let them live up to their potential!
I used the same pliable jewelry wire from the craft store, which was very helpful when it came to crafting the bracelet. I wanted to be able to create a piece which I could slip on and off easily, so I made the bracelet over sized. After putting it on your wrist, you can turn the extra length inward against the bracelet so that it molds to the specific size of the wrist.
I dID IT. I FINISHED THE FUCKING CHART AND I HAVR FIVE ROWS OF GARTER STITCH LEFT ON THIS AND THEN I GET TO START THE BACK PIECE. IM SO FUCKING HAPPY.
HERES TGE FUCKING CHART I’M USUNG:
What you chase as a dream, eventually leads you home.
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Skull wire necklace:
Made with quartz skull pendant and jewelry wire. I picked the pendant up at a gem store, and I bought the jewelry wire from the local Micheal’s. Some of the ends are still a little sharp but I work with it. :) Looks really great with a simple tee shirt or an edgier outfit!
I found a blazer at my local goodwill, and a picture pattern on the internet that showed how to create angel wings with safety pins. I slightly adapted the pattern by using different sizes of pins in different areas than described, reshaping the wings and using them on a blazer rather than a jacket. That idea was incredible. and I love how it turned out. :)- Tara G.
Hi Everyone! This is a jacket that I made. Please like the photo!
Not sure if I ever posted this here, but here is the jacket I created for a contest a while back! Took me about a month and a half to complete but that’s because I did little bits at a time and then would change the angles of the pins. :)
There is absolutely nothing wrong with slowly figuring out what you want, and then chasing it as fast as you possibly can.
DIY Easy Crystal Necklace Tutoial from Fall for DIY. TIP: You can buy cheaper rough crystals (still the real thing) in the science department of kids’ toy stores, museum shops and nature stores.
Here are some more of my favorite rough crystal DIYs that I’ve posted.