June 2014 - Only Deco


Sunday, 29 June 2014

girly tee-shirt

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feel amazing and beautiful with this black tee-shirt all you need is seissors and this is the tutorial to do this at home 
let's go girls ;)

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tiny cars

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make a beautiful small cars with paper and colors to decorate your kid's room 
and to teach him new things , easy and made at home 

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3D Drawing

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DIY 3D Drawing
  • If you ever meet your favourite celebrity, instead of asking for a signature take a print of their hands and do this!
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Friday, 27 June 2014

the magic heart

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DIY heart rope fun heart tutorial , Looks easy and leaves a beautifully knotted heart , enjoy doing it in your free time , have fun
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Simple Cat Eye Make Up

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While applying the Cat eye makeup the first step to be taken is to use concealer on the lower section of eyes after that apply thin liquid eyeliner to your eyes but one thing to remember is not to close your eyes as you can easily view the line you are drawing with the eyeliner.
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eye shadow

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make a beautiful makeup every morning to look amazing , this is a tutorial that shows you how to look like step by step , enjoy girls

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Thursday, 26 June 2014

new idea

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new envelope idea, could use i for cd wrapping

or something else like a letter , try to use many colors and many photos to dacorate it , it takes 

just 15 min to do it .

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smart decoration

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like this......but why do i get the feeling it woun't turn out the same for me??? All i'm seeing is paint splotches everywhere from where it dripped!

have fun
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DIY Mirror

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learn How to Make a Mirror from Plastic Spoon Tutorial that will decorate your room , for any occasion
you can try different colors and you can also do it with your kids
have fun !
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Monday, 23 June 2014

little pink flowers

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use pink paper to make beautiful roses that make you decorate your room, or something like a bag or tables
enjoy making them with your friends

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sweet boutonniere

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how to make a boutonniere. 1. Poppy Pods 2. Succulents 3. Birch bark 4. Lamb’s ear leaf 5. Flower Tape 6. Ivory garden rose 7. Snowberries 8. Peach garden rose 9. Seeded Grasses 10. Twine
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the braided bohemian updo

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change your ways to do your hair and look greate with this braided bohemian updo
feel beautiful and amazing , this is the titorial 
just for you
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Sunday, 22 June 2014

DIY: How To Make A 'Secret Stash' Book

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For this tutorial you will need:
A pretty hard back book - one that you wont be sad (or told off) to cut up!
White glue (we used Mod Podge)
A stiff & thick brush
A pencil and ruler
A scalpel
Cling film 
A drill

To start making your hollow book, you'll want to save a few pages at the beginning and at the end of the book so it looks more realistic; you wouldn't want to give away your secret as soon as the cover has been opened!

So, go about 5 pages in (at the start and the end) of the book and cover them with cling film. You should wrap this so it covers the hardback cover fully too. This will stop your glue from sticking them together.

Once it has dried, open the book and draw in where you're going to cut the inside. We recommend you measure a good couple of inches in from all sides so you have a decent rim all the way around.

The easiest way to cut where all the corners meet is to drill holes in each; this will help act as a guide for your cutting lines too. Make sure to drill slowly and not too deep when pressing down. You only want to cut about 3/4 or so into your glued pages, otherwise you might have a book that's all hole and no secrets! 

Corners done, your next job is to join the dots and cut out the rectangle section of the book. Use your ruler and a sharp scalpel and only cut a few pages deep at a time when doing this step. Slow and steady wins the race here! Gently lift out these pages as you go...
Once you're happy, give the book another good couple of thin coats with the white glue. Using your brush, cover the inside pages, both where you have cut, around the frame and around the outside again. 

If you want to neaten up the top page and hide those corners, the best way to do it is to glue down one of your front pages that you were saving. Gently pull it out of the cling film and smooth it down over the top so it is glued closed. Pop the book under several heavy books and let it dry, then cut your new hole out of the first page. Lovely!

Let the insides dry a little longer (the glue will go clear when it's done) and you're ready to go!
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Mason Jar Candle

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You will need these supplies:
  • mason jars (5-inch high or smaller)
  • tabbed 6-inch, waxed wicks
  • candle wax (you could melt down old candles or buy wax at the craft store. I only use high-qualityEcoSoya Advanced soy wax)
  • aluminum pot with handle for wax melting
  • large pot filled with water
  • scissors
  • optional: thermometer, fabric and/or burlap for lid decorating, bakers twine, ribbons, gift tag, candle burningwarning stickers, etc.)
 Mason Jar Candle Tutorial:

  1. Start by melting the wax. Put the wax into the aluminum pot, and put that in another pot filled with water. Heat up the water, but don’t let it boil. You might have to put a heavy plate on the top of the pot to keep it from floating up. I only use soy wax because it’s non-toxic and burns for a long time. I also like how soft it is, and easy to clean from containers.
  2. While the wax melts, wash the Mason jars and lids with warm water and soap, and dry them.
  3. Line your countertop with wax paper or paper or placemats that can get ruined.
  4. After the wax is melted, sit the pot on a plate on the table near the Mason jars.
  5. While the wax cools down a bit (I’ve learned that it’s best to pour my kind of wax when it’s around 120 degrees warm), take the wick and dunk the tab into the wax and then place it in the bottom of the jar. The wax will “glue” it down. Make sure it’s centered.
  6. You don’t need a thermometer to know when you have the ideal temperature for pouring the candles. When you stir the wax, you want it to look like thick maple syrup, not thin like water, at least that applies to the kind of wax I use.
  7. When the wax is cooled down and looks thicker when you stir it, slowly pour the wax into the Mason jar, but not all the way to the top. I pour my candles in two stages – I find that the surface layer will look smoother that way.
  8. If there are any bubbles in the surface of the wax, you can pop them or eliminate them by sticking one of the wicks into it. Since you will pour another layer on this one, the first one doesn’t have to be perfect.
  9. When the first wax layer hardens, double-check that the wicks are centered before you pour the last layer. You will most likely have to melt another batch of wax. Make sure the wax is the right temperature before you pour it to get best result. You’ll figure out the best temperature for your wax after the first batch.
  10. Once the second layer is completely cool, after about an hour, cut the wick shorter. It’s important to keep trimming the wick when you or the recipient burns the candle. Either make sure to give the candle away with written instructions, or add a warning sticker (available in candle supply stores) to the candle.
  11. Now you are ready to cut out fabric for the lid decoration. Only use thin fabric, otherwise you won’t be able to screw on the lid ring over it. I used burlap for one candle, and an old T-shirt from my son for the second lid. Put the fabric over the top of the jar and screw on the lid ring. Then cut off the excess, leaving about half an inch sticking out from under the lid ring.
  12. Then decorate it further to your liking with gift tags, stickers, yarn, etc. Hold on to the original lid top so that you can use it once the candle is used up.
A few more ideas for Mason jar candles:
  • If your mason jar doesn’t have a lot of raised writing on it, you could tape off a section on the jar with painter’s tape and paint that part with chalkboard paint, like I did for this jar, so you can write directly on the jar with chalk.
  • Instead of using fabric as a lid, you could paint the actual Mason jar lids with chalkboard paint and write on them directly – maybe a note, the name of the scent, or the name of the recipient.
  • I don’t add scents to my candles, but you could.
So don’t pass up Mason jars the next time you come across them at a thrift store or tag sale: these Mason jar candles make great Mother’s Day gifts, teacher’s gifts, and hostess gifts! Plus, after you’ll see how easy it is to make your own candles, you might never buy another one in a store.
Will you make these Mason jar candles as a gift or for yourself?
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Tic Tac Hack – What You Need:

Tic Tac box
Washi Tape
Bobby Pins
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Make This Woven Bead Statement Necklace

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- seed beads (we chose two colors, but possibilities are endless!)
- jewelry thread
- 2 silver cones
- 2 silver jump rings
- silver lobster clasp
- E6000 glue
- 2 head pins

- scissors
- 2 needle nose pliers
- jewelry needle

1. String seed beads onto jewelry thread. You will need four sets of three strands; two in each color. Each strand should be 30 inches long.
2. Tie strands together and tape to the table. Separate each set of three strands by color, in alternating colors.
3. Starting on the right  and moving toward the left, take grouping one and weave it over grouping two, then under grouping three and over grouping four.
4. Now take the *new* group three weave it over group two and under group one.
5. Take the *new* group two and weave it under group three and over group four.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 until you are at the bottom of the necklace.
7. Once you’ve reached the bottom, wrap some thread around all the seed bead strands. This will keep everything in place while you adjust the beaded strands.
8. Carefully cut the ends and release the beads below the wrapped thread. Tie these threads to one another to prevent other beads from falling off. Once all strands are cut, tie them together in one big knot.
9. Assemble the ends by inserting a head pin into the silver cone. Cut the wire and create a loop. Make two of these.
10. Attach a jump ring to one silver cone and then a jump ring and lobster clasp to the other silver cone.
11. Cut the extra thread from the necklace, add E6000 super glue and glue the end into the silver cone. Wait one hour for the glue to dry.
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Eggshell fortunes

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Craft loved ones notes and share them through this fortune-cookie spin-off.

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Saturday, 21 June 2014

amazing memory book

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create a tiny book so you can write a little words like '' i love you'' or ''happy birthday'' in it , it will be an amazing memory that will be with you for ever, this is a titorial that shows how to make it.

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snow bottle

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create youe own snow bottle with passion and colors , use simple things at home so you can give it a gift to your chlid or friend in any occasion to feel happy and thankful 

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Friday, 20 June 2014

beautiful nails

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Perfectly painted nails can express your mood, match your outfit and reflect your personality -- especially now that there are so many amazing colors to choose from. You can go with classic red, happy yellow, creative green or mysterious purple, to name but a few. With all this excitement, it's easy to forget the fact that painting your own nails (without making a mess) can be tricky. Read on to find out the best way to achieve beautifully polished nails at home, and you may never get a professional manicure again!

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Side braid your hair

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Side braid your hair: For a unique, bohemian-style look, try a side braid. It's basically the same technique as a French braid, but with a twist.
A good angled waterfall braid is a great braid to add to anyone's hairstyle arsenal. Learn how to get a waterfall braid for any occasion.

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Thursday, 19 June 2014

friendship bracelets

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Friendship bracelets are a great craft that you can take anywhere! They're especially nice for people who have failed repeatedly at learning to knit and crochet. And as a bonus, I feel like learning how to make a friendship bracelet is one of those rites of passage you always do at summer camp, so this might just be like figuring out how to ride a bike again. 

All you need to make a friendship bracelet is some embroidery floss! In this instructable I'll show you how to make the most basic of friendship bracelets 
You can make them as thick or thin as you like, and you can easily learn how to make a friendship bracelet in less than an hour. You'll get quicker and quicker as you go, too!

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Wednesday, 18 June 2014

watermelon print wrapping paper

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drowing new things ,We used a potato to make the prints on long sheets of freezer paper using pink washable paint. I think it’s kind of weird that we used a potato to make a watermelon print, but whatever! It worked well!
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