This is day 3 from my 10 day washi tape marathon. Today we are going to make a washi tape mini bunting. These are great for cute decorations and for cake toppers. You could also use these to make a cute birthday card!
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It’s finally time for a new DIY project on ByWilma.com! I thought it would be nice to do my tutorial in illustrations this time. It has been a while and I thought a new start needed also a new layout. So I hope you like it!
These yarn wrapped Easter eggs are really pretty to look at and perfect for hanging in some branches. I love the look of the yarn and the endless color possibilities you have with it. I used fake eggs for this project but of course you can use real ones too. The reason why I used fake eggs is that they are a lot easier to handle than the real deal. But it’s your choice! If you want to use real eggs you can use my decoupage Easter egg tutorial from last year for the ‘blow out’ part.
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I really like bracelets and bangle bracelets are one of my favorites. I really love the chunky ones. So when I found some hideous bangle bracelets at the dollar store I just had to buy them. You say hideous? Why in the world would I buy those? Well, you know me, for a restyle project of course!
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I really like thread ball lamps. They look amazing, cost little to make and would fit perfectly in my interior. So for my new home I decided to make one. I found a tutorial over at Pickles but I wanted my tread ball lamp to be perfectly round. This tutorial shows you exactly how to create a perfectly round thread ball lamp.
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The weather is asking for new flip flops. So I thought I could make a cute pair out of cheap flip flops and some ‘t-shirt yarn’. I used store bought yarn (Zpagetti from Hoooked), but you can also make the yarn yourself from old t-shirts. You can find a tutorial on how to do this here on Youtube.
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