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Lille Shop- DIY craft

This is a DIY post about lille shop. The reason I love lille shop is because it can be anything you want it to be! You can take the walls out and make it an open plan, or leave one 2 or 3 walls in to change your configuration. Because all of our walls and floors are made of paperboard you can punch holes in it if you need to string up a cute bunting or sign for your shop. Directions for 5 cool projects to do with your lille shop: No.1: No. 2: No. 3: No. 4: Punch holes in your upper floor and feed the string through to hold you sign onto your house. No. 5: No. 5.A – Make a mini bunting out of paper scraps and use rub on letters to make a “sale” sign for your shop! All together… Supplies and things we love: Cover your mini books with cool paper like paper from the Repro Depot pattern book Mini Book: To make one just cut one of your old …

Lille Huset DIY: Record Player!

Stuff you will need: – 1 small, discarded gift box (the one I used is about 1”x 2”x 3” inches) – 1 pin back -3 straight pins -scissors -ink pen or marker -glue stick -hot glue gun (and adult supervision) -black paper -colored paper and patterned paper (optional) -small piece of felt -regular hole punch and an xs hole punch (both optional) Rec0rd Player: Step 1. Discard the lid and turn the box upside down. The bottom of the box will be the top of your record player. Step 2. Cut a 1 inch circle out of your felt. Glue it on the top of your box and pierce a straight pin through the middle of the felt, this will be the nodule that will hold your record in place. Step 3. Ask a grown-up to help you use the hot glue gun to glue your pin back on to the box, next to the felt piece. This pin will act as your ‘record needle’. Step 4. Cut a strip of paper to wrap around …

Miniature Mondays! DIY: Atomic Clock

Stuff you will need: -12 straight pins (the kind that have a plastic ball on the end) – a plastic cap from a drinking bottle – scraps of white and black paperĀ  – scissors and glue Step 1. Place the cap on a white sheet of paper and trace a circle around it. Cut out your circle you just traced, this will be your clock face. Step 2. Pierce 4 straight pins into the side of the cap at ’12:00′, ‘3:00′,’6:00’ and ‘9:00’ and then evenly place the rest of the pins around the cap. Be sure to leave them sticking out a little. Step 3. Cut two small strips of black paper to use as your clock hands. One should be shorter (hour hand) and the longer one will be your minute hand. Glue the hands onto the clock face, making sure that the meet together in the center. Step 4. Glue the clock face onto your cap that you just stuck your pins in. Ta-da! An Atomic Clock you can now glue onto …