Now Summer seems to be done with (sad face), I am looking forward to the next celebration; Halloween!
I found this awesome tutorial about how to (professionally) make vampire dentures.
Even though obviously only people with access to this kind of equipment can actually have a go themselves, I thought it was interesting to see the process.
I am already quite familiar because I trained as a dental technician, and I wish I’d made some fangs when I had the chance now! If you’re interested in this kind of thing, I also wrote an article here about how dental crowns are made.
Take a look at this tutorial to learn how to make your own statement garden display using the macrame technique.
A brilliant first project for people who want to learn how to needle felt; this tutorial shows you how to add minimalist but colourful crosses to a blanket.
This video shows you how to make an outline with wire and then fill it with a coloured ‘plastic’ to form a sculpture. According to the comments, you can make the coloured ‘plastic’ yourself by mixing some acrylic paint into PVA glue 🙂
Layer mosaic tiles, plywood and felt to make very professional looking placemats and coasters for your dining table. A fun and easy introduction to making mosaics 🙂
I have recently become interested in dyeing my own yarn using natural dyes, and this petal-dyeing tutorial looks like the perfect place to start.
Time to grab some colourful flowers from the garden and make myself some speckly yarn, I think 🙂
This tutorial shows you exactly how to make a wonderful twisted pleat embellishment – which you could then use to add interesting detail to bags, pouches and cushions.