andy canes come in tons of color combinations, the swirls of complementing colors can be awesome. There are thousands of color combinations that can work for your personal decorating scheme- all it takes is a little work and a few rolls of ducktape!
What You'll Need:
5 rolls of ducktape in White Hot Pink Yellow Red Orange
1. Take white ductape and run it across your wastebasket diagonally taping it to the inside about three inches into the bin. 2. Take the tape on the bottom and rip it up the middle until the edge of the wastebasket's side. Tape the two across each other on the bottom till they reach the middle. 3. Next, take hot pink ductape, start it a half inch in from the start of the white ductape. Repeat the taping process. 4. Tape red, hot pink, orange, hot pink in 1/2" wide strips then use yellow in a 1/4" strip, then return to white again, and repeat step one. 5. Repeat until the wastebasket is covered. Take a strip of red and cover the rough edges in the inside of the wastebasket by making a horizontal line all around the inside. 6. Turn it over and tape a yellow square at the bottom of the can. Cut a heart out of pink ductape and tape it to the middle of the yellow square. Sign your art!
Ahh, Ratatouille! One of the best movies in the whole world, and who couldn't love rats after seeing how talented and cute they turn out to be?! I just made these totally simple rat ears and beret for a Prop. 37 commercial. Thought they would be a great last minute Halloween costume for any of you out there who might have a penchant for the gutter life.
Phoebe and Rob had the loveliest lakeside wedding at the Migis Lodge in Maine. It couldn't have been more perfect down to thunder clouds parting an hour before the wedding. One of the bride's wishes was to have a sign with her and Rob's name on it made out of the woodsy elements from the property. There were stacks of firewood for guests all over so it was easy to gather the elements we needed and make the sign. Here is the how to: What You Need: 1/2 inch thick pine board, this one is 12" tall by 3 1/2 feet wideWood stain and clothHot glue gunWood chisel HammerPine bark, birch bark, pine conesDirections:
1. Stain the board and let dry. 2. Gather up bark from pine trees and birch trees. A little goes a long way. We got so much in a matter of minutes and had enough extra to make another sign that said something else. 3. Plan out where the letters are going, make a mark at the top of each letter, but don't write out the letters because sometimes the bark won…