SEPTEMBER 8TH, 2008 3:54PM PST 

*Oh, Fransson! has a sweet charging basket tutorial.

*Whimsy Love shares her tutorial for making Oreo Truffles-YUM! To our readers at work-this site does have music! (And mouth-watering photos!)

*Jane's Apron has come up with a clever way to use a vintage album as art.

*Green Kitchen has a tutorial for a kid's sweater-apron.

*Corgi Pants shares her colorful ribbon wreath how-to.

*I love how Flickr user Tagisa inserted hooks into a frame to create this fun necklace holder.

*Sara covered her kitchen wall with chalkboard paint and scrapbook paper. So colorful!

*Re-Nest shows us how to make a vintage cake stand.

*Film in the Fridge turned a beloved fabric into a fun piece of wall art.

*Interested in moss murals? Green Upgrader has lots of ideas and there are tutorials here and here.

*A Friend to Knit With shares her pattern for wrist and hand warmers.

*Make Fido a cheap and easy fleece rope toy.

*Thimbly Things posted a Satin Petals tutorial. How cute would this brooch be in fall plaid?

*Pimp Stitch has am embroidered button tutorial complete with mini patterns to try!

*The Corchet Dude has a cables and ruffles scarf that resembles a lot of the crazy collars that came down the fall runways. Fun and helpful-they're trying to 5,000 scarves donated so that every participant in the Special Olympics will get one!

*Make your own dog leash with a tutorial from Anna Maria Horner.

*Chica and Jo teach us how to make homemade peanut butter dog biscuits.

*Make lavender pillows with directions from Martha.

*Crochet this Cascade Scarf with a pattern from A Little Slice of Life.

*Apartment Therapy has a a fun pet silhouette how-to. These would be geat for kid's rooms!

*Resurrection Fern shows us how to knit a camera case.

*Oh Fransson shows us how to make Little Shopping Bags.

*The Crafty Chica has a fun Homegirl Laptop Case how-to.

*And Five Whys teaches us how to make a bed pocket.

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And I have two additions to our soon-to-be Crafty Business Resources page:

*Thinking of Starting a Vintage or Handmade Business? Part One: Vision : Vintage Indie

*Thinking of Starting a Vintage or Handmade Business? Part Two: What You Put Into It : Vintage indie

9 Responses to “Daily DIY”

  1. paisleyduke Says:

    I love all of the dog projects!

    Thanks for the music warning, too.

  2. leslie Says:

    thank you!
    and i LOVE your blog!!

  3. Patricia Says:

    Moss murals?!?!? What a great idea!

  4. tagisa Says:

    Wow! Thanks so much for asking to put my necklace frame on your site! It’s my pleasure!

    I’ll be visiting your site often to see all your fun picks of the day :o )

    Thanks again!

    ♥ tagisa

  5. Kellie Says:

    Thank you so much for such a great place to visit … I need hours to spend here!!!!!

  6. Linda@ Restyled Home Says:

    Where and how do you find all this loveliness??

    Please stop by my blog give-away: Matthew Mead is giving away ten signed, hard covered, collector’s editions of his new Halloween mag. Check it out!

    Linda

  7. Firefly Hill Says:

    Hi Rachel,

    I love the horse ribbon wreath!! Also, thanks for the info on craft businesses…
    you are the best!

    Annie

  8. adult friend Says:

    adult friend…

    Cool topic…I thought about your points and must say I agree with a lot of what you mentioned. I’m going to share your blog with my loyal readers. …

  9. Austin Vallandingham Says:

    A pal recommended me to read this page, nice post, fanstatic read… keep up the cool work!

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