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Fabric-covered binder clips

Weekend Craft.

This, plus... this, plus... this, plus... this, equals... THIS. Ta da! Would you like to make some? 1. Gather the supplies pictured. 2. Tr...

Fabric Letters How To

Fabric Letters How To — Aflutter — Sarah Santosa

There is something about personalized items that just pulls you in. If strolling along in a store I see a cute little item with initials on them I simply feel compelled to go examine the S option. When I was a wee lass I always had to search out my name in every corny shop that sold light up keychai

Fabric covered cork circles

IKEA Hack: Fabric Covered Cork Board Tutorial

Ever been to IKEA? Ever visited the IKEA Hackers site? Well, here's my hack. I bought three cork heat boards that I turned into fabric co...

Susan's Quilt Creations: Designer steering wheel cover Tutorial

Designer steering wheel cover Tutorial

Don't we all love the beautiful Vera Bradley prints? Sometimes the patterns are TOO busy to carry around as a purse but who can resist having that gorgeous fabric on your steering wheel? This will keep your steering wheel cooler to the touch in summer and warmer in winter. It's easy to put on and take off too. (My husband and 17 year old son refuse to drive with it on.) The Vera Bradley Napkins are 100% cotton, measure 20" x 20" and cost $6. (Less if you get them on sale, on eBay, or at an…

Fabric-Covered Organizers

Budget-Friendly DIY Projects

Invest your time and energy -- not money -- to create a beautiful home. These project ideas and info will get you started.

Follow along with this step-by-step tutorial for turning inexpensive flip-flops into adorable, classy sandals you’ll want to wear again and again (Psst: You can even use fuzzy fabric for a DIY slipper you'll wear all winter long!). Read on!

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Flip-flops, the quintessential footwear – you find use from them for every season, from summer beach trips to wintertime spa days. Plus, they make great DIY projects. Buy them cheap at the dollar store and doll them up to create a look that’s all your own!

Journal cover tutorial by StitchedInColor, via Flickr

Journal Cover tutorial — Stitched in Color

Journal covers make great gifts and are a super-fun way to use fabric scraps. My tutorial is based off of this one by Jennifer Paganelli with a few modifications. Appearing here by popular demand! It's designed to cover a composition book, which measures 9 3/4" x 7 1/2&quo

Fabric covered alphabet letters- these are better than Anthro!!

Ultimate Guide to DIY Decorative Letters

The Plaid Palette explores DIY art & crafting through articles, creative inspiration galleries, how-to's, videos, expert advice & more. Explore & learn now!

Make Your Own Fun, Fabric Covered Letters :-)

Make Your Own Fun, Fabric Covered Letters

Ever since I set up my home office...I have had a place on top of my shelving unit that has just cried out for something to be put on it. Since I already have

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Vintage suitcases...

...are one of my current obsessions. I had found these two at a local rummage sale last spring for the bargain price of $0.25 a piece! They were in perfect condition and the linings were impeccable...minus a little parfum de moth balls. One of my sweet friends gave me this little cutie that she found at Goodwill. Love the yellow! Since I've had these sitting around for a while, I was so excited to stumble across this tutorial from Elsie over at A Beautiful Mess...and knew instantly that I…

Home Away from Home: How to Sew a Passport Cover

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If you're lucky enough to travel somewhere that requires a passport, then good for you! I love handing my passport to the customs people with a fancy cover on it. It gets a smile about 75% of the time, which is pretty good for such a serious group of employees.

Cover A Book Tutorial / Patchwork Posse

Book Cover Tutorial {52 UFO Quilt Block Pick Up} - Patchwork Posse

Composition book covers are wonderful! They are great to make in a bunch and then have on hand for quick presents along with a set of highlighters, or fancy pens. The books can be exchanged out when they get full {I go through one per year}. I have one that has a cover that was

Covered Journals

Covered Journals

Say goodbye to high-priced journals. Create a reusable slipcover to fit a standard notebook. Your friends will be asking where they can get one!