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Another attempt to get back to painting without using my airbrush.

I also used dollar store craft paints only for this.

Another attempt to get back to painting without using my airbrush.

I also used dollar store craft paints only for this.

There's an event in Bellingham, WA happening Wednesday - a glow-in-the-dark art show at Glow Nightclub. We have 8+ painters, illustrators, and photographers working on the theme of "glow-in-the-dark." www.glowartshow.com

 

For my part of the show, I decided to photograph various subjects under a black light with UV body paint. I used a 5' black light and painted directly on the models. So far it's gone pretty well, although the paint I got is difficult to spread evenly with a paint brush, so I'll have to create stencils/use tape and sponge the paint on instead. I'm expecting better results with tomorrow's photo.

 

I found some stuff at the dollar store that gave me an awesome idea...gotta love dollar store craft ideas...I'm excited for it! "glowing orbs..."

 

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pom-pom garland, Nov 2005, made by stringing dollar store craft pom poms on upholstery thread

  

Blogged here: melstampz.blogspot.ca/2011/03/new-popcorn-box-template-se...

 

This free template set is one I made for a Popcorn box & its accessories: Liners and a detail trim strip for the top.

 

This flickr photo is a PNG. You can download the PDF version here: acrobat.com/app.html#d=TW8RSo*ME5HATEj23KViTw

 

The font on this is used (with permission) from a fab Dollar Store Crafts project here: dollarstorecrafts.com/2010/04/stenciled-decorator-tins/ Many Thanks!

 

I designed parts of it so that you could fill them with your favourite digital pattern or a photo or whatever.

 

No commercial use or resale, please.

 

I always appreciate a link to my blog if you use any of my templates or whatnots: melstampz.blogspot.com/

 

Thanks & Happy Crafting!

:o)

Mel

Yoda tote made in Jedi robe colors. Made in the style of Morsbags, can be used as a reusable grocery tote. Yoda's face is made from a scrap from a dollar store fleece blanket.

Blogged here: melstampz.blogspot.ca/2011/03/new-popcorn-box-template-se...

 

This free template set is one I made for a Popcorn box & its accessories: Liners and a detail trim strip for the top.

 

This flickr photo is a PNG. You can download the PDF version here: acrobat.com/app.html#d=Gn-caXAG2vNsssDZM0vtZQ

 

The font on this is used (with permission) from a fab Dollar Store Crafts project here: dollarstorecrafts.com/2010/04/stenciled-decorator-tins/ Many Thanks!

 

I designed parts of it so that you could fill them with your favourite digital pattern or a photo or whatever.

 

No commercial use or resale, please.

 

I always appreciate a link to my blog if you use any of my templates or whatnots: www.melstampz.blogspot.com/

 

Thanks & Happy Crafting!

:o)

Mel

Blogged here: melstampz.blogspot.ca/2011/03/new-popcorn-box-template-se...

 

This free template set is one I made for a Popcorn box & its accessories: Liners and a detail trim strip for the top.

 

This flickr photo is a PNG. You can download the PDF version here: acrobat.com/app.html#d=b*tsdgYWg73Dr0RUVNlXww

 

The font on this is used (with permission) from a fab Dollar Store Crafts project here: dollarstorecrafts.com/2010/04/stenciled-decorator-tins/ Many Thanks!

 

I designed parts of it so that you could fill them with your favourite digital pattern or a photo or whatever.

 

No commercial use or resale, please.

 

I always appreciate a link to my blog if you use any of my templates or whatnots: www.melstampz.blogspot.com/

 

Thanks & Happy Crafting!

:o)

Mel

Painting stage

 

I created the bases from cardboard and hockey masks (from Dollar Tree.) My children did the papier-mâché and painting themselves.

 

Featured on the Dollar Store Crafts website.

 

(taken with iPhone)

Cardboard and hockey mask bases. (Hockey masks came from the Dollar Tree.)

 

Shown here: created the bases from cardboard and hockey masks (from Dollar Tree.)

 

Next stages- papier-mâché and paint. My children did the papier-mâché and painting themselves.

 

Featured on the Dollar Store Crafts website.

(taken with iPhone)

Another attempt to get back to painting without using my airbrush.

I also used dollar store craft paints only for this.

This week flew by fast, so I decided to make a 1-day craft that showed my inner geek - a plastic canvas QR code!

 

I went to the QR-Code Generator and created an "I love you" code. Then I graphed it out and stitched it in plastic canvas.

I'm painting this model without airbrush. And i'll only use dollar store craft paints.

 

This collared shirt and tie is made of one dollar bill. It was pretty easy. I actually made this to tip a one of those balloon/magic guys at a restaurant a few weeks ago. He thought it was cool and said "I'm not going to spend this - I'm gunna keep it!"

 

Tutorial by Homemade Gifts Made Easy

I had the yarn on hand, so this wreath cost me $3 to make. The frame (what are those called?), flowers, and birds all came from the Dollar Tree.

 

My friend, Heather, has a blog dedicated to Dollar Store crafts (as well as a radtastic craft zine, Croq)! My favorite recent entries show how to make miniature chocolate boxes and flowers, complete with vase:

dollarstorecrafts.com/2011/01/make-a-miniature-vase-of-ro...

 

It's fun to see how people use materials in unexpected ways. I love that!

This is a camera made from a dollar bill. It didn't turn out as well as I hoped, and I had to use little bits of double-sided, removable tape to hold parts together. Had I used new, crisp bills, it would have held together on its own.

 

Tutorial by W. Park

Alien abduction lamp blogged here: dollarstorecrafts.com/2009/03/alien-lamp/

 

And inspired by Lasse Klein's conceptual lamp here: abductionlamp.com/

 

Made with all dollar store stuff!

All ingredients at the Dollar Tree store. Pom Poms, styrofoam wreath. Pin or glue on pom poms.

This is a pretty way to make a dollar origami heart that has a little more flair than the usual, flat front ones.

 

The bottom half has two layers, so you could stick it with the back layer in a book or card, with the front showing as a way to give it as a gift (and you can always use a $10 or $20 bill too!).

 

Tutorial by Homemade Gifts Made Easy

This is a camera made from a dollar bill. It didn't turn out as well as I hoped, and I had to use little bits of double-sided, removable tape to hold parts together. Had I used new, crisp bills, it would have held together on its own.

 

This picture shows it's size compared to my camera (this was taken with my iPhone!)

 

Tutorial by W. Park

Plastic grocery bags and plastic water bottles – those disposable environmental nightmares – have become iconic in the current green revolution. Which is why plastic grocery bags are banned in many states, with many more on the way. Alas, single-use soda and water bottles are still ubiquitous. And even those of us who refuse to buy them, somehow seem to find ourselves in possession of the little landfill disasters.

 

So you’ve found yourself with a stash of bottles, maybe from your Couch-To-5k run, or your company-provided lunch, or that one time you got caught on a long drive in the middle of nowhere. Beverage trash still happens to mindful people! But that’s okay. There’s plenty of ways to get creative and up-cycle them for new and useful purposes. Here are a few fantastic ideas to get you started:

 

1. You can construct surprisingly elegant hanging lights, like this incredible plastic bottle chandelier.

2. You can also make awesome standing lights, like this glamorous floor lamp or this awesome desk lamp.

3. Be a DIY exterminator! Make a bug trap to thwart those summer fruit flies that invade your kitchen.

4. Make an automatic-plant watering system, and never let another plant die due to forgetfulness.

5. While you’re at it, you can fashion a simple, small watering can to keep on hand.

6. Freeze your bottles full of water and use them as cold packs in your cooler, or in your cloth shopping bag to keep your cold items cool on the way home from the grocer.

7. Put them to work in your kitchen. Make a citrus juicer! Or a quick funnel!

8. Cut off the tops and use the bottoms as your seed starter pots for your spring garden’s indoor transplants.

9. Or, cut off the bottoms and use the tops to blow giant bubbles!

10. And don’t forget those caps too! You can use them to make mini stamps.

 

11. Fill them with tap water and drop them in your toilet tank instead of a brick. You’ll save gallons of water each day!

12. Make a DIY lava lamp! So fun!

13. Make a super cute piggy bank.

14. This is NOT just another boring old “plastic vase”. This idea from Dollar Store Crafts for a DIY flower vase is a most elegant-looking use of a plastic drink bottle!

15. This is a pretty boring, but very functional, plastic bag dispenser. You could totally paint or decoupage it to spruce it up.

16. Make custom fashion, like these fun water bottle bracelets.

17. Make a coin purse. .

18. These “flower garland” hangings look so modern and so chic.

19. Save them for the holidays and make strings of stars or icicle ornaments.

20. And finally, for the pros, you can set up a hydroponic window garden.

  

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Alien abduction lamp blogged here: dollarstorecrafts.com/2009/03/alien-lamp/

 

And inspired by Lasse Klein's conceptual lamp here: abductionlamp.com/

 

Made with all dollar store stuff!

Plastic grocery bags and plastic water bottles – those disposable environmental nightmares – have become iconic in the current green revolution. Which is why plastic grocery bags are banned in many states, with many more on the way. Alas, single-use soda and water bottles are still ubiquitous. And even those of us who refuse to buy them, somehow seem to find ourselves in possession of the little landfill disasters.

 

So you’ve found yourself with a stash of bottles, maybe from your Couch-To-5k run, or your company-provided lunch, or that one time you got caught on a long drive in the middle of nowhere. Beverage trash still happens to mindful people! But that’s okay. There’s plenty of ways to get creative and up-cycle them for new and useful purposes. Here are a few fantastic ideas to get you started:

 

1. You can construct surprisingly elegant hanging lights, like this incredible plastic bottle chandelier.

2. You can also make awesome standing lights, like this glamorous floor lamp or this awesome desk lamp.

3. Be a DIY exterminator! Make a bug trap to thwart those summer fruit flies that invade your kitchen.

4. Make an automatic-plant watering system, and never let another plant die due to forgetfulness.

5. While you’re at it, you can fashion a simple, small watering can to keep on hand.

6. Freeze your bottles full of water and use them as cold packs in your cooler, or in your cloth shopping bag to keep your cold items cool on the way home from the grocer.

7. Put them to work in your kitchen. Make a citrus juicer! Or a quick funnel!

8. Cut off the tops and use the bottoms as your seed starter pots for your spring garden’s indoor transplants.

9. Or, cut off the bottoms and use the tops to blow giant bubbles!

10. And don’t forget those caps too! You can use them to make mini stamps.

 

11. Fill them with tap water and drop them in your toilet tank instead of a brick. You’ll save gallons of water each day!

12. Make a DIY lava lamp! So fun!

13. Make a super cute piggy bank.

14. This is NOT just another boring old “plastic vase”. This idea from Dollar Store Crafts for a DIY flower vase is a most elegant-looking use of a plastic drink bottle!

15. This is a pretty boring, but very functional, plastic bag dispenser. You could totally paint or decoupage it to spruce it up.

16. Make custom fashion, like these fun water bottle bracelets.

17. Make a coin purse. .

18. These “flower garland” hangings look so modern and so chic.

19. Save them for the holidays and make strings of stars or icicle ornaments.

20. And finally, for the pros, you can set up a hydroponic window garden.

  

Accepting Submission for

April - December NOW!

 

community.humanityhealing.net/group/streetteam

 

Follow or Connect with us Here:

 

Facebook

www.facebook.com/groups/HHStreetTeam/

 

Twitter

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book lover gift set made from dollar store materials

I'm painting this model without airbrush. And i'll only use dollar store craft paints.

 

I made this starship for my husband. Unfortunately, he informed me that this model was not in any of the Star Trek fleets, so it wasn't as cool.

 

[Tutorial by J. Adams (page 6)]

book lover gift set made from dollar store materials

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This was pretty easy to make, and you can even see it's passenger - George Washington.

 

[Tutorial by Tom May]

Candle holder that I E-600'd to a mason jar. Drilled hole in top, inserted/glued on soap pump, filled with dish soap. Voila!

It has been said that each of the four leaves stand for something different. The first leaf stands for faith. The second leaf stands for hope. The third leaf stands for love. The fourth leaf stands for luck.

 

Here's the tutorial!

I bought the basic wreath at Michaels (on clearance), and added pine cones from a tree that was in my in-law's back yard. It was planted for my husband. They moved down here a year ago and saved the pine cones. I thought it would be a nice way to display them.

 

This week I added the bow (two different colors of Martha Stewart ribbon on clearance), and the "True Love Never Has Endings" quote from the Michael's Bravissimo line. It turned out really pretty, and I tried my Photoshopping magic to get the colors to show well, but it's hard in an all-white house with bad lighting!

I'm painting this model without airbrush. And i'll only use dollar store craft paints.

 

Alien abduction lamp blogged here: dollarstorecrafts.com/2009/03/alien-lamp/

 

And inspired by Lasse Klein's conceptual lamp here: abductionlamp.com/

 

Made with all dollar store stuff!

Alien abduction lamp blogged here: dollarstorecrafts.com/2009/03/alien-lamp/

 

And inspired by Lasse Klein's conceptual lamp here: abductionlamp.com/

 

Made with all dollar store stuff!

I used a scalloped heart-shaped cookie cutter to make this one, then I glued pressed flowers on it once it dried.

 

Here's the tutorial!

Hedgehog Baby Toy from Dollar Store Car Wash Mitt. More on Maggie Muggins Designs.

Yay, my Yoda costume tutorial is up at CRAFT!

 

blog.craftzine.com/archive/2009/10/kids_yoda_costume.html

 

This pattern is by Heather Mann of Dollar Store Crafts - see her great instructions here: dollarstorecrafts.com/2009/08/yoda-hat/

Alien abduction lamp blogged here: dollarstorecrafts.com/2009/03/alien-lamp/

 

And inspired by Lasse Klein's conceptual lamp here: abductionlamp.com/

 

Made with all dollar store stuff!

I purchased this pattern by Sarah Jane at Mama Said Sew in Fort Collins, CO. It can be transferred 7 times (Less than $1 per project isn't bad!) It's based on the song by Bob Marley.

 

I fused together both layers of one of my hubby's t-shirts that had holes in it for the canvas. The frame is from Dollar Tree.

 

Total cost: $2 + DMC floss on hand

 

Category 149 (Canvas item other than listed above under Canvas Work/Needlepoint)

 

(I've never done the bullion stitch before, let alone in a circle for the flowers!)

Hedgehog Baby Toy from Dollar Store Car Wash Mitt. More on Maggie Muggins Designs.

I created the bases from cardboard and hockey masks (from Dollar Tree.) My children did the papier-mâché and painting themselves.

 

Featured on the Dollar Store Crafts website.

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