This beautiful wooden map is the second in a series of maps from Neutral Ground, a ‘digital woodshop’ based in New Orleans, Louisiana. Designed in collaboration with Alex Griendling, the Woodlands series pays tribute to classic maps from video games, and to the intrepid explorers who dedicated themselves to the discovery of everything in them.
Every map is laser-etched on hand-selected maple ply that measures 18-½" wide by 14" tall, with a keyhole slot on the back for hanging. You can see more details at the Neutral Ground Shop, or follow them on Twitter or Facebook for updates on the series.
YouTube contributor The King of Random (aka Grant Thompson) recently used SFHandyman’s tutorial to create his own gummy LEGO candies in a variety of sizes, including little gummy LEGO minifigs! Here’s his enticing preview video:
This is actually a very easy DIY. Melody of Melmaria Designs used a lace curtain she found at Goodwill that was not scratchy but still had a good drape to it. Top Photos: All sold out/NA Anthropologie Shirts - all are button down in the front. Bottom Photo: DIY by Melmaria Designs. For more knockoffs of all types go here.
Paper flowers are one of my favorite DIY projects to take on. They always look beautiful when they are done and they last way longer than a real flower. Here are 26 Absolutely Stunning Paper Flower DIYs that will take you to the next level with paper flowers. Every single one of these ideas is absolutely awesome check them out!
Simplify the tedious chore of de-leafing herbs by making it a quick and easy task using the herb stripper. With a single pull of the stem through one of the specially designed holes, the herbs will fall neatly into a small receptacle so you can use them as needed.
Sweater foxes who are almost done (I pinned their parts together to show in the pics, they still gotta be sewn), plus ponies and cowls and owls in progress. Also not shown are 4 vintage style bunnies that have been in pieces for weeks, who will all be for sale first week of June! I am gonna be hand sewing a bunch of stuff at a friend’s place next week. :)
Perfect summer bag that takes about 3 hours to make if you crochet. Under all those tasssels the construction is much easier than it looks and if you have any questions Alexis will get back to you in the comment section or on Facebook. If you read my blog you know I like tassels and fringe - they are so much fun and very easy to add to scarves, blankets, etc…