Spring encourages the desire to break out our colorful clothes; however, that doesn’t mean that you have to buy a new wardrobe. The clothes that you already love may just need a little spicing up. A pair of scissors and 30 minutes can upcycle drab or old clothes into something unique. This tutorial will explain how to upcycle an ordinary t-shirt into a work of wearable art.
Difficulty Level: Easy Supplies: Sharpie markers: multiple colors Glass: look for glass in packaging which says microwave or oven safe; glass in a picture frame, plates, bowls, mugs and stemware usually work Desired design Rubbing alcohol or white vinegar Rag or paper towel Oven Clean baking sheet Gloves I have made my fair share of craft projects from Pinterest and YouTube, some that were simple and easy, and others that were dreadful and just down right impossible. But not all online crafts are bad. I found this Sharpie Art on Glass project on both Pinterest and YouTube, which usually means it’s accomplishable. It was so
Don’t have enough organization in your backpack or purse for all of those little gadgets? A snap bag might be what you need. This bag can be made in any size and shape. This tutorial explains how to make your own 6” X 8.5” snap bag. For a larger bag, just increase by adding inches to the side of the bag that you want to make larger.
Stress is something that everybody deals with whether the situation is good or bad. Studying throughout the term, work and other household obligations makes for one very stressed person. How we deal with that stress is important. The fun way to deal with stress is to color. There are numerous ways to get your hands on these coloring pages, some can cost a few dollars while others only a few cents. In the crisis center previously used as the Riverhawk Bistro at the student center students can walk in and sit down at one of tables to color, or even talk to the councilor that
Fabric Selection Tips: You will need two types of fabric: fleece and a decorative fabric, preferably not stretch, to cover the fleece. Measure your laptop with a tape measure or bring your laptop with you when you go to buy your fabric to be sure that you’ll have enough. For the fleece, measure the width of your laptop and add an approximate one inch seam allowance. Also, measure the length and double then add one inch for seam allowance. Give the dimensions to the fabric store clerk to cut your fleece to size. For the decorative fabric, measure and cut the same way except add