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Use epoxy rather than hot glue or craft glue. In extreme climates- Hot/cold the pinecone comes off the bottle.
Thanks for the great suggestion Christina!
Some people add a tbs of oil or cold cream to prevent cracking. Also, I have really good results coloring mine (I make flowers) with chalk pastels and a medium soft dry paint brush. The effect is translucent and blending colors is very easy. Hope it helps!
LOL…that is too cool!! I love this Idea! Im so doing this for my grandkids this yr!! Thanks ,and Happy Spring )
really cool bunny!
Great work, Hallie!Shamil is ready to work on his own, now!
U say how to start but how do you continue im confused how to do the second set of loops with it connected
Hi Randi. Our blog post actually explains the whole the process and includes a wonderful video on how to make the whole bracelet. You basically just create your knots and “slide” them up to where you prefer the spacing. Remember to start your “knots” on the opposite side as the previous knot. Please let me know if you have any other questions!
What a cute rainy day craft. You could make a whole zoo!
To all of you very creative people, Help! Is there another way to color pine cones w/o using paint? I put pine cones back outside to decompose into new soil. Any ideas? Thank you!
You could try making some home made glue,then sprinkling them with the colored sugar sprinkles, or use food coloring to color the glue. I did a google search on home made glue and there is one that uses only flour, water, sugar and vinegar. They should all be compostable.
I am curious as to what product was used on the top of the cupcake to give it the frosting look. Csn you help me? Donna
Hi Donna! We used a snow texturizing product to give it dimension. You can find it here: factorydirectcraft.com/catalog/products/1302_2105_1060-18612-4fl_oz_aleenes_true_snow.html Please let me know if you have any other questions!
Thank you for your reply!!! -) I thought that that was what you may have used. Donna
When I pull the fabric doe sit matter if I go along witht he weave of the fabric? I tested this with a knit tshirt first and it never rolled.
How thick did you cut your strips Erin? Try cutting them at a minimum of 15mm wide or wider, this may be your issue. Please let me know if this works for you!
I love the fact you are showing these projects! Thank You!!
Hows this with squirrels? A Feast?
I like this any out door things like looks so easy do to Thanks ,,,Cookie17
I cut the strips at least 20-25 mm. Im thinking it was the type of fabric of that particular shirt that I tried to use, so I used those for the weft of the t shirt rug I was weaving. I have been successful with other shirts to make the yarn! Thanks!
Oh awesome! Thanks for letting me know. Im so glad you figured out the issue! Enjoy and happy crafting!
This is a great idea for using up old soap ends or extra soap when not in use. The old soap will have to be melted but recycling is super.
I think there great can use these in so meny places.
I have used this technique on drinking glasses, picture frames and such which has worked well for me. The texture of the dolly also keeps the glasses from slipping while absorbing the liquid.
Like Angie, Id like to know how to make the rosette. Please?
A better stitch would be to use a zig zag stitch across the bottom to allow for the give that knits have. It is less likely to rip out when placing items (especially heavier ones) into this bag! Great idea and have made a number of these bags in a variety of styles. Have taught several youth groups how to do this!
Is Mod Podge a glue?
Hi Julie! Mod Podge is a type of glue but it is also a sealer and finish. You can find the different types of Mod Podge that we offer here: factorydirectcraft.com/catalog/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=mod+podge&submit.x=0&submit.y=0
tell jen about this
This is a must-read post in order to get more ideas that are crafty and really unique.Message in a bottle wedding invitations are something that gives a touch of creativeness to your wedding. No matter what theme you have or planned, they are flexible and can suit well making your wedding a dream come true.
would also would work with rocks, if your yard has more oh those then pinecones.
Love everything Ive seen so far, but just where to get the bride and groom pegs from thank you
I tried to Pin It on Pinterest but the image wont come through. Any ideas?
Hi Sharon. Try pinning with this link: factorydirectcraft.com/factorydirectcraft_blog/teeny-rosette-bobbies/ I think that may work better. Please let me know if you are still having any issues though.
I see Christmas pressies!
I think this is one of the cutest ideas Ive seen in a while. Have to make one.
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