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Lynne Wilson
Wire, wire, wire bed, next to nothing, a little corner to dream II Tiny Furniture, Barbie Furniture, Miniature Furniture, Dollhouse Furniture, Dollhouse Kits, Vintage Dollhouse, Dollhouse Miniatures, Sculptures Sur Fil, Ann Wood

Rêver {2} - Trois fois rien

"Dans mon tiroir sont rangés, mes rêves, mes songes et mes pensées..." Scénette fil de fer, petit lit fil de fer et lin, paravent fil de...

Wood diy - Wooden Wood iPhone Cell Phone Smartphone iPad Stand Mount Holder Business Card Display Stand Holder desktop ornaments for iPhone 77 Plus and other smartphones Wooden Projects, Woodworking Projects Diy, Wood Crafts, Diy And Crafts, Diy Projects, Woodworking Wood, Support Ipad, Handy Smartphone, Handy Iphone

Natural Bamboo Wood SmartPhone Stand Holder

Wooden Wood iPhone Cell Phone Smartphone iPad Stand Mount Holder Business Card Display Stand Holder desktop ornaments for iPhone 77 Plus6s6s Plus and other smartphones

DIY Wood Stove made from Tire Rims that I use for my cast iron skillet cooking! DIY Wood Stove made from Tire Rims that I use for my cast iron skillet cooking! Diy Wood Stove, Camping Wood Stove, Welding Projects, Diy Welding, Metal Welding, Welding Tools, Welding Ideas, Metal Projects, Wire Welder

DIY Wood Stove made from Tire Rims

Check out this DIY Wood Stove made from tire rims! How cool is that to make something from recycled projects. Be sure to read all the tips we included.

DIY chalkboard wine rack made with PVC and fiberboard. Two sections of board, cut pvc pipe sandwiched in the middle, chalkboard paint. Pvc Pipe Projects, Home Projects, Craft Projects, Chalkboard Paint, Kitchen Chalkboard, Wine Storage, Hidden Storage, Pvc Storage, Extra Storage

30+ Creative Uses of PVC Pipes in Your Home and Garden --> DIY Chalkboard and Wine Rack

Scotty ART: April 2010 Garden Sculpture, Lion Sculpture, Statue, Outdoor Decor, Art, Art Background, Kunst, Sculpture, Sculptures

Scotty ART

Making shrunken apple heads is a lot of fun and carving the simple faces on the apples really does help develop your sculpting and three dimensional skills. Here are some nice close up photos showing the freshly carved apples prior to drying. Information on how I make my shrunken heads can be found here.