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dreaminvintage:

Entirely smitten by these crochet baskets!Found here.

dreaminvintage:

Entirely smitten by these crochet baskets!
Found here.

podkins:

This is a nifty little idea found over at kirsten kapur designs.  Similar to the ear bud tutorial I posted a few weeks back.  Loving that yarn!

podkins:

This is a nifty little idea found over at kirsten kapur designs.  Similar to the ear bud tutorial I posted a few weeks back.  Loving that yarn!

supersonicart:

Michael Kerbow, Paintings.

Paintings by artist Michael Kerbow that seem to depict a future rife with unsupervised consumption.  See more below.

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brit:

DIY gift alert! These sweet holiday butters just went to the top of our to-make list.

brit:

DIY gift alert! These sweet holiday butters just went to the top of our to-make list.

simplegirlbeautyjuni:

4 CUTE D.I.Y VALENTINE’S CARDS

Valentine’s Day is coming up!

Whether you want to give a card to your crush, your best friend, or a family member, this holiday is all about spreading the love (romantic and platonic). So why not give your someone special cute handmade card?

Option 1: Cardboard hearts (pics 1-3)

You need: cardstock or construction paper, a few different kinds of ribbon, scissors, glue, and a pencil.

Instructions: 

Fold your paper in half.

Draw a heart on one side in pencil.

Cut out strips of ribbon in different lengths.

Arrange the ribbon inside the heart. Glue them down when you’re happy with the arrangement.

Erase the pencil marks at the end.

You can try this with twine or rhinestones too!

Option 2: Valentine’s Fortune “Cookies”

You need: pretty paper with the designs on both sides, a scissor, adhesive or a brad, and a pen.

Instructions:

Cut out a circle of paper.

Fold the paper in half, then pinch the corners together.

Fasten with adhesive or a brad in the middle.

With a second strip of paper, write a Valentine’s-themed fortune on it, then tuck it inside.

Option 3: Criss-Cross Hearts

You need: white construction paper, red and pink paper or ribbon, tape, and scissors

Instructions: 

Fold the piece of white paper in half, then cut a heart shape out of the middle.

With a pink piece of paper, cut the strips almost all the way to the end. Leave a little bit so they’re still attached.

Completely cut out more strips of pink and red with separate sheets of paper.

Weave the red strips through the pink cut piece of paper. Add in the other pink ones too.

Glue the woven section onto the white cardstock.

Option 4: Cupcake liner ribbons

You need: cupcake liners, double-sided tape, ribbon, cardstock or construction paper, and scissors.

Instructions: 

Layer the cupcake liners in a pattern you like (if you have zig-zag scissors, you can trim the edges for a cute look).

Cut out a heart from the cardstock. Adding glitter is optional!

Cut two short pieces of ribbon.

Glue everything down onto a piece of cardstock – first the short ribbons, then the cupcake liners, then the heart.

Source : weheartit

codecartooning:

In 2005 I printed a zine, with some of my randomly generated code artworks. Now it’s available in Blurb’s new deluxe magazine format.

RAN DUM 1 is full-color, 28 pages (including covers), 8.5 x 11 inches. First published in 2005, in an edition of 200 copies.

The second printing of RAN DUM 1 is now available for $15.00 US (plus shipping) from Blurb.com.

See some interior art here. And here, and here.

codecartooning:

#070, "SCATTERING”, a frame captured from a randomly generated animation. Drawn in JavaScript and HTML5 Canvas.

codecartooning:

#070, "SCATTERING, a frame captured from a randomly generated animation. Drawn in JavaScript and HTML5 Canvas.

codecartooning:

SIX WOOWOO STORIES, from LOOP 19, one of my randomly generated code art sketchbooks. Drawn purely by writing code.

codecartooning:

SIX WOOWOO STORIES, from LOOP 19, one of my randomly generated code art sketchbooks. Drawn purely by writing code.

podkins:

Lion Brand shares a free beginner’s pattern for these crochet fingerless gloves.  A great first crochet project for newbies! There’s also a knitting version via the link.  

podkins:

Lion Brand shares a free beginner’s pattern for these crochet fingerless gloves.  A great first crochet project for newbies! There’s also a knitting version via the link.