DIY for the soul

motleymakery:

Free Sewing Pattern and Tutorial for this awesome Bucket Bag:
From Sew Mama Sew.

motleymakery:

Free Sewing Pattern and Tutorial for this awesome Bucket Bag:

From Sew Mama Sew.

— 11 hours ago with 186 notes

craftjunkie:

Terra Cotta Planters {Tutorial}

Found at: youngaustinian

— 12 hours ago with 68 notes
julietta98:

Follow our instructions to create your own handmade slippers. They’re a perfect gift — but you’ll also want to make a pair for yourself. How to —> http://wonderfuldiy.com/wonderful-diy-simple-handmade-slippers/ More #DIY projects: www.wonderfuldiy.com unter We Heart It.

julietta98:

Follow our instructions to create your own handmade slippers. They’re a perfect gift — but you’ll also want to make a pair for yourself. How to —> http://wonderfuldiy.com/wonderful-diy-simple-handmade-slippers/ More #DIY projects: www.wonderfuldiy.com unter We Heart It.

— 12 hours ago with 61 notes
bythepartygirl:

These spiderweb cupcakes are super cute, and the web design makes so much sense thanks to this tutorial from Vicky Barone! The best part is that those bat toppers are made out of stickers - what a great idea for making quick and easy toppers! Get the project here: http://ow.ly/CAM6L http://ift.tt/1sBfMSg

bythepartygirl:

These spiderweb cupcakes are super cute, and the web design makes so much sense thanks to this tutorial from Vicky Barone! The best part is that those bat toppers are made out of stickers - what a great idea for making quick and easy toppers! Get the project here: http://ow.ly/CAM6L http://ift.tt/1sBfMSg

— 1 week ago with 6 notes
lifeinapt506:

Cute ottoman made from a tire and rope. Nice. #diy #thisoldhousemagazine

lifeinapt506:

Cute ottoman made from a tire and rope. Nice. #diy #thisoldhousemagazine

— 1 week ago with 5 notes

beezeeart:

The bat sewing pattern is now available :)

(And just as a note, most of the fabric for my bats came from Joann Fabric if you’d like to purchase something similar)

You can buy this pattern on Etsy or Craftsy

If you’ve never heard of craftsy, I highly recommend you check it out. Unlike many other sites, they don’t charge a fee for listing or take a cut of the sale, allowing the designer to receive more of their profit for their hard work.

— 1 week ago with 9669 notes