To DIY For
To DIY For
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designexplorers:

Urbis Design Day 2012. Douglas + Bec / Workroom Design. Ponsonby. Auckland.
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impl0ded:

i’d love it if someone did this for me.  or how nice would it be to do that for someone else.
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Etched Map Serving Tray by Kate Pruitt on Design Sponge
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DIY Wood Burning by The Sweetest Occasion
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gonerunning:

laddersthroughtime:

oh my god

this is INCREDIBLE 
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LED Bar Table by gambiologia on Instructables
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Materials Needed: Cereal boxes, scissors, exacto knife, crepe paper in folds, tape, glue

Step One: Draw a picture of the donkey on a cereal box and cut it out with scissors. You need one for the front and one for the back of each pinata. Then cut out long strips from the cereal box about 1.5″ thick. Tape the front and the back together with the strip. (See more detailed instructions here.)
Step Two: Once your armature is built its time to decorate. Cut off the end of the crepe paper fold and cut on one side to create the fringe. Add lines of glue starting at the bottom. Then glue on the fringe, wrapping it around the pinata until its all covered.
Step Three: When you are done cut a trap door at the bottom to fill with treats like small candies, gifts, party poppers, and confetti. Guests can choose to use the little door or can take it apart anyway they like to get the goods.

Tutorial by ohhappyday