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Japanese Basket Rocks (with Clay!)
How to Create an Abalone Effect on Wood
Fake Security Camera Birdhouse Made From Scrapwood
Garbage Bin With the Ikea Shoe Rack Trones
Couple of super cute Instructables Mummybots friends are sharing some candies!
Extra Fluffy Brioche Cinnamon Roll (Cooking With Children Edition)
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Building a SLINGSHOT From Scratch (step by Step)
DIY PVC Pipe Privacy Screen
Japanese Style Desk Lamp
Slat-Built Modern Coffee Table (w/ Additive Joinery)
How to Make Book Page Flowers
Triaxial Weaving Canvas (with Bias)
Geometric Concrete Planters Made With Paper Molds
Interlocking Plywood Laptop Riser
Aero-style Goggles for Bike Helmet
On second thought... there is no time like the present!
Useful Triangular Table From Old Cabinet Door
Pull Tab Wallet
Homemade Flavoured Butters
Smalec, the Polish's Best Friend
Denim Feather Earrings and NecklaceView Instructable »
Microcement Worktops for a Bespoke Kitchen
Modern Nightstand / Bedside Table With Cable Management System & Wireless Charging
Thank you! It is really a show stealer at dinner, and it tastes good too!
3.14 PieView Instructable »
Thank you very much for compliments and tips! I love working with denim - there are endless color shades and a constant supply of it.
Thank you for pointing this out. It was a mistake on my part and English is not my native language. However, "weaved" is actually the past tense of "to weave". "Woven" is the past participle. In the current context, "woven" is the correct one though.
Thank you! Theoretically, it is possible, but if you made it out of jeans the clothing would be very heavy. You could try to use thinner jean fabric or a different fabric altogether. Maybe you could try making a part of a piece of clothing rather than a complete garment? I haven't made any clothing myself so I'm unsure how it will turn out.
Thank you! The squares do really stand out, as if they are 3D!
Denim WeavingView Instructable »
Thank you for the comment! I apologize for the delay in my response - I was out of the country and had some troubles posting on the website. Yes, I used the brush to carefully spread the glue over the whole paper evenly. Unfortunately, my skin is very sensitive and I try to avoid touching anything like glue with my bare hands. However, if I don't have a paintbrush at my immediate disposal I sometimes use a simple piece of cardboard as a spatula. It is true that wavy lines will likely never give you a flat surface - it is important to evenly spread the glue. I used the pictures with the wavy glue lines just because they look nice :)
That's wonderful! Best of luck with your project!
You can use regular white carpenter's glue instead (I used LePage), the mod podge simply adds a nice sturdy finish. You can also use laquer, which will give a more realistic wood feel. When you add any one of these, the paper becomes more durable.
Thank you! It definitely is! :)
Warm and Cozy SweaterView Instructable »
DIY Cardboard Glue Gun Stand
How to Make Hokey Pokey Candy
CBD Gummy Dinosaurs From Whole Fruit
The Swedish Killevipp Or: Dessert Goes Supernova
Chikki Aka PEANUT JAGGERY BAR
Faux Wood Notebook CoverView Instructable »
Paper Candle ShadesView Instructable »
I made a candle holder and candy box combination from this Robot Cupid. Thank you Elaina for the design of this wonderfully cute instructable!
You are welcome!
Thank you, Elizabeth!
Slow-Roasted LambView Instructable »
Cardboard + Denim DrawerView Instructable »