8-Bit Hoodie featured on Man Made! LOVE! →
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DIY 8-Bit Hoodie, CRAFTOVISION with Corinne Leigh This week I get inspired by aWierdo’s question, show you how-to make a dude-esqe 8-bit hoodie and talk with The Shy Lion. Raynor aka The Shy Lion’s links: Blog - http://www.theshylion.com Shop - http://www.morrisandsons.com.au Numbers I circled on my grid: 3, 9, 15, 19, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 42, 43, 45, 46, 47,...
craftyamy93 asked: Oh my word! Corinne!! im so glad you came back to us! =]...i have been watching threadbanger ever since you started youtubing..i have always loved crafts since i was in kindergarden and now im like REALLY crafty...thats how i got my name craftyamy...thank you for all your videos...God Bless! =]
cup + penny: DIY dry-erase board →
cupandpenny: Did you know glass acts as a dry-erase board? With some dry-erase markers, you can turn any window, mirror, or picture frame into a writing surface. Here’s a free project I did (well, free because I already had the materials lying around), which now resides in my kitchen. Materials 1. Piece… Click through for the complete how-to. What a great idea!
theycallmemals asked: Hi, I used to watch you on threadbanger. I'm so glad you're making craft videos again! Anyway I know its good to save your project scraps to use as stuffing, but I was wondering is there any way to make them more fluffy and polyfill like? Specificly tee shirt scraps. Thanks! I love you(: