Uses Balsa wood and nail polish – genius!
Category Archives: Crafts
- About 1/2 yard main fabric (fabric A, in my bag it’s the tan)
- About 1/4 yard accent fabric (fabric B, in my bag it’s the patterned fabric)
- 2″ x 2″ scrap of fusible interfacing
- Matching Thread
- Freezer paper
- Fabric Paint
Also: think about adjusting the size for your son’s or daughter’s dorm room
- Wilton Mini Flower Silicone Mold
- Pam Nonstick Spray
- *Mortar- not concrete
- (6) Tea Light Candles
- Container to Mix Mortar
- Trowel to mix the Mortar
- Sand Paper (Fine or 150 grit)
- Spray Paint (Optional)
Option 1: Glue flat backed jewels onto the entire bottle. Let dry… done!
Option 2: Spray paint the bottle a flat color. When dry, use acrylics to paint geometric designs like in the picture. Let dry.
- Materials: Two pieces of wood (about 1″ x 3.75″ x 1/8″ each) Thin sheet metal (about 2″ x 3.75″) Two #8 machine screw lock nuts Two #8 machine screws, 3/4″ long Ten #8 machine screw washers Glue that is able to bond wood to metal (not pictured) Wood stain (optional) Polyurethane (optional)
- Tools: Drill and bit set Tin snips Sand paper/sanding block Small binder clamps Pencil Ruler
- Source Tips: Paint stir sticks are a good size to be used for the wood pieces. These are generally free at the paint section of most hardware stores. For the sheet metal, I used a baking sheet that I found at dollar tree for $1. This yields about 13″ x 9″ of metal.