I'm loving these wall decals by Loxii. It's a quick an easy way to add alot of style to a room.
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I'm pleased to share the latest DIY tutorial featuring Maeve Rogers of Color Theory. I love using this method for journals because it fairly simple to do and it has a really nice clean appearance. The supplies are minimal so It can be a really affordable project for those of us trying to save money.
Special thanks to Natalia Daniels for helping out with this one.
My latest obsession is all things embroidery. I'm doing some experimenting with mixing fabric, fused plastic, and stitching. The results are turning out pretty cool. Here's a few examples of stuff I've made so far.
This is a process photo. I ended up sewing all of the triangles down to reveal only a couple areas of the underneath fabric.
This is how it looks to embroidery on the fused plastic. It actually works quite well.
The next two images are some of Claire Coles work. I think these bird brooches are gorgeous and they are made out of upcycled wallpaper scraps. Very cool.
I love how the embroidery on porcelain turned out. I only wonder how the artist made holes without busting the porcelain. I bet it was all done before firing the pieces?? If anyone knows more about this process, let me know!
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I just came across this great article on re-nest explaining how to paint on porcelain. It actually seems really easy. This is something I've been wanting to try for awhile so now I'm going to go for it.
Artist Barnaby Bradford is the mastermind behind these modern interpretations of once innocent porcelain figurines. They make me laugh.....and then cry a little bit. Oh, whats the world coming to...