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Sep 12th, 2011
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Jul 21st, 2011
one other diy inspiration for a clouds mobile. super cute!

one other diy inspiration for a clouds mobile. super cute!

(via labottegadiamrita)

Jul 10th, 2011
really sweet! and it couldn’t be easier to make!
stitchinnetka:I love this super simple idea ! Any kid can do this one :)

momjunk: DIY room clouds… the kids will love this!

really sweet! and it couldn’t be easier to make!

stitchinnetka:I love this super simple idea ! Any kid can do this one :)

momjunk: DIY room clouds… the kids will love this!

(Source: ohdeedoh.com, via tumbleweed3)

Jul 7th, 2011
cute baby shower inspiration. click through for lots of lovely details.
(via baby shower - Lisa Storms)

cute baby shower inspiration. click through for lots of lovely details.

(via baby shower - Lisa Storms)

Jul 5th, 2011
cute cloud pendants, yay! and quite easy to make with some polymer clay.
(via Cupcake’s Clothes: Bits & Bobs)

cute cloud pendants, yay! and quite easy to make with some polymer clay.

(via Cupcake’s Clothes: Bits & Bobs)

Jun 21st, 2011
Jun 20th, 2011
the best thing about this one is that you can use any old rugs or doormats you have lying around the house.
falling-in-love-tomorrow:

DIY: Cloud Doormat
Tools:
a doormat (gray)
sharp scissors / knife
pencil
vacuum
Instructions:
 Draw a cloud on the back of the mat (see example).
Cut out the cloud, using a good sharp knife and a good surface such as a cutting mat or a wooden board. (Use scissors for the tricky corners).
 With a vacuum, remove all loose parts of the doormat.  
 Time:about 25 min

the best thing about this one is that you can use any old rugs or doormats you have lying around the house.

falling-in-love-tomorrow:

DIY: Cloud Doormat

Tools:

  • a doormat (gray)
  • sharp scissors / knife
  • pencil
  • vacuum

Instructions:

  1. Draw a cloud on the back of the mat (see example).
  2. Cut out the cloud, using a good sharp knife and a good surface such as a cutting mat or a wooden board. (Use scissors for the tricky corners).
  3. With a vacuum, remove all loose parts of the doormat. 

Time:
about 25 min

Jun 9th, 2011
this key holder is magnetized, how cool is that?
homedecorideasilove:

fun idea from dshott

this key holder is magnetized, how cool is that?

homedecorideasilove:

fun idea from dshott

(Source: etsy.com, via labottegadiamrita)

Jun 1st, 2011
May 24th, 2011
now this is something anyone can easily do in their kitchen or, for that matter, anywhere else in the house.
(via Design*Sponge » Blog Archive » sneak peek: jutta rikola)

now this is something anyone can easily do in their kitchen or, for that matter, anywhere else in the house.

(via Design*Sponge » Blog Archive » sneak peek: jutta rikola)

May 18th, 2011
perfect for kids’ rooms, but i do want something like that in mine.

perfect for kids’ rooms, but i do want something like that in mine.

(via labottegadiamrita)

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