Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Seepferdchen Strand Schild / Seahorse Beach Sign

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Was man braucht: 
Brett
Nägel
Bleistift
Acrylfarbe
Wolle 
Muscheln 
What you need: 
board
nails
pencil
acrylic paint
wool
shells
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Ein Seepferdchen mit Bleistift auf das Brett malen. 
Draw a seahorse on the board with the pencil. 
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Entlang der Linien Nägel in das Brett schlagen. 
Beat nails along the line into the board. 
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Nun das Brett mit Acrylfarbe bemalen und trocknen lassen. 
Now paint the board with acrylic paint and let it dry. 
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Mit der Wolle die Nägel kreuz und quer bespannen. 
Stringing the nails crisscross with the wool. 
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Jetzt Muscheln unter die Fäden legen. 
Now put shells under the yarns. 
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Jetzt noch das Wort "BEACH" drunter schreiben und ein Pfeil - fertig!
Write the word "BEACH" and an arrow on the board - ready!
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47 comments:

  1. I LOVE it! I've just started seeing the strand art around and I love that you chose a seahorse. Fantastic job!

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  2. This is very pretty! It makes me what to have a house on the beach, just so I could make one of these signs :)

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  3. that is a wonderful piece of art!

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  4. Love how this came out, very nice, pinned!

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  5. The gang at My Personal Accent thinks your post about the Sea Horse Beach Sign is fantastic and we would like to invite you to party with us at starting at 5:00 Thursday nights at our new Blog Strut Peacock Style Link Party to share your creative ideas. Come on over!! http://wp.me/p2Vf55-XA

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  6. Oh my goodness, I love this! My bathroom is done in a beachy theme and I think I need to make one of these for myself now! :o)

    Tania

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  7. I love Seahorses! This is really a great project! Nice job!

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  8. I love it! In fact I am going to pin it so I can remember to make one myself. I am going to add seashells.

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  9. How pretty! I love beach decor and this is just too cute!

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  10. This is beautiful! Thank you for sharing. So nicely done, and so creative.

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  11. this is a stunning work of art hun, I love all you've done to create this lovely sign!!

    Thank you for sharing @ Inspire Me Fridays!
    xx

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  12. Super cute! I should make one of these - my man would love it!

    Natashalh

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  13. Such a neat idea!!! Pinned it!! Thanks for sharing this project with One Sharendipity Place this weekend!!

    Krys @thet2women.com and www.worshipingwhilewaiting.blogspot.com

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  14. Wow, this turned out fantastic! So beautiful and perfect for summer and the beach!

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  15. I totally love this =D. How sweet, I love seahorses so much! Hope you are having an awesome weekend my friend!


    Hugs
    Cami @ TitiCrafty by Camila
    Sunday Bewitch Me & Titi {Link Party}
    Thursday Titi's Spot for the Silly HOP

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  16. This is beautiful and just perfect for summer.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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  17. I love seahorses. This is a great project. I found you via Creative bloggers.

    Handmade at Warratahstree

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  18. So cute! I love seahorses! Would love it if you would link this up to Give Me The Goods Monday: 1 Party, 4 Blogs! http://rainonatinroof.com/2013/07/give-me-the-goods-monday-19/
    Jenna @ Rain on a Tin Roof

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  19. Love this - it is so cute... found you through Give Me the Goods Monday Party - am a new follower....

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  20. How lovely, and what a great technique! Your sign looks beautiful, what a great idea for summer decorating! :)

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  21. This is gorgeous! I love beach themed decor. Beautiful job! Thanks for sharing at All Things Pretty!

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  22. AMAZING! love it!
    I am stopping by from Inspire Me Monday Blog Hop. I look forward to your visit at http://www.homemaker-mom.com/2/post/2013/07/old-boxes-with-a-new-purpose.html. Happy creating!

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  23. I love seahorses and anything else to do with the ocean. I love it!

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  24. This is so amazing!! I am in love and am going to have to try this. I would love if you shared at my Weekend Beautiful Blog party :-)
    Shawna

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  25. This is so beautiful! I love the shells and twine together. Thanks so much for sharing this at last week's All Things Thursday Blog Hop. I have picked your project to be one of my features. I hope you'll link up more projects at tonight's party.
    Blessings,
    Nici

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  26. What a neat idea! This could be expanded so easily with other shapes/creatures and mediums! Fun!

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  27. Wow, this is really great! I love the creativity. Thanks for sharing at the Friday Follow Along.

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  28. manualidad de toda la vida,pero no por eso menos bonita

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  29. It's gorgeous! And well done! Love if you would share this at our Nautical themed party (which closes today)http://www.applesbyashley.com/2013/07/make-along-monday-link-up-nautical.html

    Again, wonderful work!
    Ashley

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  30. That's a neat way to make a 3 dimensional wall hanging.

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  31. I have featured your seahorse on my blog tomorrow. Thanks for linking up to my Weekend Beautiful Blog Party. I just love this soo much! Have a great weekend!
    Shawna

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  32. This is such an amazing idea! You were featured at the Friday Follow Along this week at Frugal Fit Family! I can not WAIT to let my kids string the wool!!!! I hope you will swing by and linkup! http://www.ffflinkypals.blogspot.com/

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  33. This is beautiful! I love how it came out. Thank you for sharing at our Pinteresting Party!

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  34. It's so nice to see this old fashioned string art in a fresh and beautiful way. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.

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  35. Beautiful!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!

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  36. Love this --Thanks for sharing.

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  37. Your seahorse art is wonderful. Love the natural look to it.
    Thanks for sharing,
    Suzanne
    Pieced Pastimes
    PS-Would love to have you link this up to Saturday Sparks. Links are open till Friday.

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  38. I really love this! Thanks for linking!

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  39. oh yeah, we used to do this as kids. loved it. your design is pretty indeed!

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  40. Awesome art for any beach front yard or home decor. Thanks for sharing. I may have to put something like this together for my daughters bathroom. She loves sea shells so I may do a sea shells theme in a threesome mix. Thanks for reminding me of childhood days when we did string art.

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  41. Love this seahorsie made with rope and a few spun threads... Great for the kids to make this summer! Get them to apply those loomband skills they have been building up all year... to something more freeform ;-)

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  42. This is such a great idea! I wanted to let you know that I've featured you as one of my favorite projects from last weeks Summer in Bloom party. Thanks so much for taking the time to participate! http://www.andersonandgrant.com/2014/08/some-highlights-from-last-weeks-link.html

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