Halloween town painted rock video tutorial
Set of 12 acrylic paint markers for rock painting, ceramic, porcelain. Ready for endless inspiration and more new creative ideas?! 🤩🤩🤩
DIY Garden Trinkets & Yard Decorations • The Garden Glove
DIY Garden Trinkets • A round-up full of great ideas and tutorials! Including, from 'instructables', these cute and adorable 'garden things' made with rocks.
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The Very Hungry Caterpillar Painted Rocks
We spend a lot of time at the beach each week collecting rocks. Even as an adult I love the excitement of filling our buckets with these perfect treasures of all shapes, sizes, textures and
Bojen Sam Art & Creativity (@bojenlow) • Instagram photos and videos
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32 DIY Space Inspired Projects that are Out of this World
We've rounded-up 32 space inspired DIY projects that you’re sure to love! Whether you fancy creating any of these crafts for your space-obsessed children, loved ones, or even yourself – there’s sure to be multiple DIYs here to suit every type of intergalactic explorer.
Window Pendant No. 248 by Carly Wright (Silver & Enamel Pendant) | Artful Home
Hand-fabricated champleve enamel and cast oxidized sterling silver pendant with brush and pumice texture. The enamel is inlaid and fired several times in a kiln, building up multiple fine layers to achieve a rich coloration in the 6 small windows panes. Low maintenance, clean with toothpaste and brush under running water. Sterling silver snake chain with lobster clasp closure. Pendant (1.6"L by 0.8"W) is available in a variety of colors.
10 Charming DIY Garden Pebble Art Ideas
Tiny pebbles and stones are an easy material to obtain for crafts. Go for a long walk with the kids, and ask them to pick up the size and shape of stone that you desire, and watch them go! A lake, pond, or even the beach is a great place to find these stones as well. But what to make with all of these stones? The answer is simple. There are tons of great, simple projects that you can do with the kids or on your own in a single afternoon that range from silly to functional. You can even