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Kirsty Elson

Beautiful sculptures made from driftwood and recycled materials by Kirsty Elson Designs

Fill a tin can with water, freeze it, and punch a design using a hammer and nail. once the ice has melted, you can paint the can’s exteri...

Cute idea for a garden party! Tin Can Lanterns Put sand in the bottom first then add water. This will keep the bottom of the can from bowing out

Практичные шторы на кухню...

Практичные шторы на кухню...

Seaview        Pub On The Pond     Ten days ago, my 5 year-old son found this           An old plank of wood, with remnants of paint and...

Seaview Pub On The Pond Ten days ago, my 5 year-old son found this An old plank of wood, with remnants of paint and.

"Polperro" by Kirsty Elson. This is so cool...Made from driftwood and old nails for chimneys!

"There’s a special charm about Kirsty Elson’s driftwood houses. With their tiny windows, weathered driftwood doors and roofs of wood or slate held on with rusty nails, they evoke the naive art of St Ives century fisherman-painter Alfred Wallis.

DIY Ring Holder: Since all the tutorials I found meant a LOT of cutting, rolling and gluing, I decided to do it MY way. Repurposed materials: a cheap sponge, a discarded tin & fabric scrap. Actually used my fingers to tuck the fabric instead of the knife as shown. Didn't bother with glue.

DIY Ring Holder - repurposed materials: a cheap sponge or piece of foam, a discarded tin, fabric scrap, glue (optional, works without). Formula for fabric size: fabric Width by D+D+L+(number of slits X fabric Length.

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