DIY Celtic Knot Pillow Tutorial from Cut Out + Keep here. “The Witness to Your Splendor” celtic knot is used for this pillow. Mainly posting because the bottom pillow from Seymour here was taken down because artist Ragnheiður Ösp said she created the original pillow. *So what happens when a DIY is removed that you really wanted to do? Improvise. Cut Out + Keep Tutorial + Sailor’s Knot = Celtic Knot Pillow
great idea for pumpkins! I am definitely going to try this idea from dressdesigndecor.blogspot.com
I will let you know how it goes!
Follow your DIY dreams and add an eclectic inspiring touch to any room. Originating from Native American culture, dreamcatchers are said to filter out bad dreams and allow the good ones to float through. A geometric weave, bright feathers and the elegant touch of colorful stone accouterments combine to create a covetable object that’s trendy yet timeless.
To create: Web the elastic cord around the embroidery hoop - get inspired by structured spider webs or intertwine your own unique organic shape. Secure the web and wrap the frame of the embroidery hoop with suede cord. Embellish the web with gemstones or beads. Finish off by tying scrap suede cord in a variety of lengths to the bottom of the hoop and dangle an assortment of feathers.
We found these two left over overlay pieces in the back and had a great idea.
We then laid one on top of the other.
Began to fold.
After a shape was made, all there was left to do was to put it in action.
Because of the gauze material the colors play off each other and look different in every light. This is a little something we came up with in the shop today and wanted to share.