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DIY Owl Pillows

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my DIY owl costume & halloween at the ace!

halloween at the ace hotel. smilebooth rocked our worlds! details on my DIY owl costume: 1) buy a used pillowcase from the thrift store & wash it. mine happened to be jersey so it was nice and comfy, with a little stretch. 2) cut out a hole for the neck and two holes for the arms. 3) on cardstock or paper, draw up a template for the feathers and cut it out. 4) pick out a bunch of fabrics in whatever colors/textures suit your fancy! i used gold metallic, yellow felt, brown wool, dark tan corduroy, and beige, brown & orange cotton. 5) trace the template onto those fabrics about a million times. try folding your fabric and cutting out 2 or more feathers at a time, depending on how thick your fabric is. 6) get out your sewing machine. starting at the bottom of your pillowcase, line up a row of feathers in whatever pattern you like. i staggered my rows so that each feather's point covered up a gap between the lower feathers. pin on the row of feathers. 7) sew away! i used gold thread & a zig zag stitch, but you don't have to be neat - the thread will only show on the top row of feathers. 8) i made a little headband with fabric scraps, some stretchy brown elastic, and buttons for eyes. add some leggings (i wore gold) and you'll be comfy all night :) my costume inspiration: here and here. will's costume inspiration: here and here. will was willie nelson. he had a long grey braid, in case you couldn't see it. more photos from the night HERE. fun night with fun friends! love love love halloween :) i just bought a new container, and lovingly placed my halloween decorations inside. i will miss my little skeletons hanging from my front door.

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Rag Doll Halloween Costume D.I.Y.

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Easter Egg Chalkboard Place Cards

Easter Egg Chalkboard Place Cards 3 comments crafts, DIY, Holidays, spray paint, tutorial Share It: Hi Friends! I whipped up some Easter egg place cards recently and they were so easy and fun to make! I feel like chalkboard is the craft/decor world's little black dress in that it is always appropriate and it will never go out of style! While browsing through Wal-mart the other day I came across these plastic eggs. I like them because they are dyeable with regular egg dye and they don't open so there is no little line around the middle. Brilliant! To spray paint the eggs with chalkboard paint, I placed them back in the egg carton but skipped every other section. This keeps them from flying away when the spray hits them. These eggs are very light. I sprayed the top half with a good coating of the chalkboard paint. Let them dry. Once dry, flip each egg over and spray the other side. Once that half was dry, I used a chalk paint pen, available at most craft stores, to write each name. I think these chalkboard place cards would be cute for Easter brunch or an informal dinner. The chalkboard theme gets carried to the centerpiece too. I painted a thrift store frame with chalk paint and sprayed the glass with chalkboard paint. It makes a cute tray for other little Easter decorations. Thanks so much for visiting today! You can always follow me these ways: Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest Thank you! Jenny You May Also Like: DIY Sea Glass Napkin Rings Cloth Napkins Quick & Easy DIY Wall Art Easter Spring Decor Jar/DIY Chocola...

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SPOOKY HALLOWEEN OWL Vintage Illustration. Halloween Vintage Die Cut Owl. Halloween Decor Vintage Printable Digital Download.

Great vintage Halloween die-cut ornament. Perfect to use in your creative projects. Great for Halloween decor, invites and other paper crafts. Card-making, scrapbooking, bookmarks, place cards, invitations. It is around 10 x 7 inches and/or 3000 by 2100 pixels. You will get a jpg file. It will be a crisp high quality printable 300 dpi image, without the watermark. Print it out, frame it, craft, enjoy it! Why digital? Because you get it right away and you can use it as many times as you wish! Digital files also allow being creative because you can resize, embellish, enhance, alter to your own needs. The mages can be used for a wide range of projects, bellow you will find only a few of the infinite ways in which the files can be used but the unique limit will be your creativity and imagination! - Magnets, Pendants and much other jewelry uses including the cards to hold them - All kind of paper or cardboard holders to hold and display merchandising - Scrapbooking, Collage, Mixed Media Arts, Decoupage, Temporary Tattoos - All kind of Iron-On transfers such as T-Shirts or Pillow covers or Tea Towels among lots of other transfer ideas - You can also decorate Totes, kitchen table and also bath linens - Greeting Cards, Digital Arts, Banners, Paper Crafts, Tags and Labels, Pocket Mirrors, Magnets - Printed Graphic Design from a personal card to a brochure or Packaging Design. - Paper Weights, Magnets, Coasters, Box Decoration, Place Mats, Holiday Decoration OUR TERMS YOU CAN print our digital images as many times as you wish and use it for many purposes such as your art and craft creations and then sell the items made by you on Etsy or other shops or marketplaces but are only available to create non-digital products for personal or small-scale commercial use not available for resale in any digital format. YOU CAN also print it as many times you wish for your personal use BUT this listing is for the printable Jpg or Png file only, NOT THE ARTWORK ITSELF. No part of this printable digital image may be reproduced as is in any digital form to be resold. As we told you above you can sell products made with it as many products as you wish, but the image must be used as an ornament. It can not be sold in any digital form as-is or printed as is as a print. So to synthesize it means that YOU CAN NOT : - Re-sell our digital images or sell prints made with our images as they are, or even use a part in a digital file you are going to sell. - Resell our digital images on a compilation CD or use them in any digital form such as Blog, Shop Banner or website unless they are a part of a custom design that we made for you and they cannot be a part of a digital collage sheet or sold as the individual digital image. Please do not resell the images respect our policies. Mostly the images we sell are in the public domain but we spend a long time choosing, researching rights and history of the image, retouching, cleaning, sharpening, removing backgrounds enhancing the color, etc to make them perfect and suitable as digital images for download. This also makes them derivative art and protected by copyright.

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my DIY owl costume & halloween at the ace!

halloween at the ace hotel. smilebooth rocked our worlds! details on my DIY owl costume: 1) buy a used pillowcase from the thrift store & wash it. mine happened to be jersey so it was nice and comfy, with a little stretch. 2) cut out a hole for the neck and two holes for the arms. 3) on cardstock or paper, draw up a template for the feathers and cut it out. 4) pick out a bunch of fabrics in whatever colors/textures suit your fancy! i used gold metallic, yellow felt, brown wool, dark tan corduroy, and beige, brown & orange cotton. 5) trace the template onto those fabrics about a million times. try folding your fabric and cutting out 2 or more feathers at a time, depending on how thick your fabric is. 6) get out your sewing machine. starting at the bottom of your pillowcase, line up a row of feathers in whatever pattern you like. i staggered my rows so that each feather's point covered up a gap between the lower feathers. pin on the row of feathers. 7) sew away! i used gold thread & a zig zag stitch, but you don't have to be neat - the thread will only show on the top row of feathers. 8) i made a little headband with fabric scraps, some stretchy brown elastic, and buttons for eyes. add some leggings (i wore gold) and you'll be comfy all night :) my costume inspiration: here and here. will's costume inspiration: here and here. will was willie nelson. he had a long grey braid, in case you couldn't see it. more photos from the night HERE. fun night with fun friends! love love love halloween :) i just bought a new container, and lovingly placed my halloween decorations inside. i will miss my little skeletons hanging from my front door.

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