Old books have the best artwork.
Even better, if the book was published before 1923, the book and its artwork are part of the public domain. What does this mean for you? That means you can use those images however you want! Personally, I’m using old book illustrations as wedding decor. (more…)
When my fiance and I started planning our wedding, we knew we wanted to DIY as much as possible. We’re having a laid back, cookout-style reception on my family’s property, so we decided to go for simple decor in lots of neutrals and select bright, bold colors.
Today I’m going to share with you my love for these simple yet bold 3d Paper Diamonds – or their mathematical term – Octahedrons.
I’m knitting dice bags to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network during Extra Life on October 25th. Want to help me out? Please donate on my Extra Life page.
Making dice bags is incredibly simple. I used this Dice Bag pattern on Ravelry as a start, and after making a few, I’ve come up with my own recipe of sorts.
On October 25th, I’ll be participating in Extra Life – a 24-hour gaming event to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network. I’m a part of a team – the USS Artemis – and we’ll be live-streaming our games all day and night long!
My nephew is obsessed with Minecraft. And for good reason – it’s an awesome game! I knew I wanted to knit him something Minecraft related for Christmas, and these Creeper Gloves just popped into my head one day. They are so simple to make! Just knit up some basic gloves, make a simple Creeper chart (or use mine), duplicate stitch your Creeper, and you’re done!
My fiance is from Dallas originally and is a diehard Dallas Stars fan. So when they updated their official colors and logo, I knew I had to knit him a custom Dallas Stars hat.
The process of setting up your logo correctly can be a little tricky, but if you have some photo manipulation software experience (like Photoshop), you can figure it out. I also recommend learning Duplicate Stitch as opposed to trying to insartia knit the logo.
Follow along with a logo of your choice to knit your own custom logo hat!
Last June, Jác and I attended a BYOBeard Art Show, hosted by the Pump Project Art Complex.