Online Tutorials

Electronic instructions for Junking projects

How your instructions will be delivered:
Once I receive communication from paypal of your order, I will email the instructions to the email address attached to the paypal account. Many times the instructions are filtered into the junk mail folder of your email account. Please look there to see if that is where they have gone. If you do not receive the instructions you have ordered, within 24 hrs, please contact me directly at robolady@hotmail.com.


Spindle Tree

Make a shabby Christmas Tree with vintage spindles, also works with branches. You'll need spindles, Drill and metal rod for this project. An old side table base is also recommended. I've worked through the problems so you don't have to. $7.00


Spindle Wire Christmas Tree

Escape the pitfalls of this project with my Junky Wire Christmas Tree Tutorial: This tutorial covers everything you will need to make this fun and whimsical Christmas Ball Display Tree. Measurements and hints are given throughout. I worked through the problems so you don't have to. $7.00


Spindle Angels


How to make Angels from Spindles or table legs. I spend a lot of time dealing with the "wings" issue in this tutorial. You'll learn what different and fun things can become Angel wings, as well as techniques, and glues to use. Lots of pictures, of several different angel designs. $6.00



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China Wreath

The most frequently asked question I receive is for directions on how to make these Swags and wreaths. I now offer complete instructions, with full color pictures and a list of glues to use, all for only $8.00. Simply click the buy now button below, and I'll send you the link to the instructions, you don't even have to wait for the mail. You can print them right from your computer and get started. Note: it may take a few hours for me to be aware of your payment. I check several times per day, and as soon as I see the payment, I'll send the instructions.


Spindle Wreath

You'll need to be able to cut the spindles to various lengths for this project. After that it's pretty strait forward. Difficulty Level Medium because of the cutting $6.50


Etched Mirror

As seen in the 2011 Spring/Summer issue of Flea Market Style


This is really an easy project and great for a beginner. All you need to get started, is an old mirror and a few scraping tools. Just $7


Note about ordering:
Once I receive communication from paypal of your order, I will email the instructions to the email address attached to the paypal account. Many times the instructions are filtered into the junk mail folder of your email account. Please look there to see if that is where they have gone. If you do not receive the instructions you have ordered, within 24 hrs, please contact me directly at robolady@hotmail.com.


Tied Fabric Scrap Lamp Shade

All you need is an old lamp shade, scraps of fabric and scissors and time to tie, I've worked through the problems so you don't have to. $5.00



Soldered Charm Tutorial

By Popular Demand


In this tutorial I will cover the supplies and techniques needed to make soldered charms out of glass, china shards and other items. I've included lots of pictures, and step by step instructions. After your purchase, you will be sent a link via email, within 24 hours, to view the complete instructions, Only $7.00.


Perfume Bottle Pendant Tutorial

This tutorial covers all materials and techniques needed to make these cute soldered Pefume Bottle Pendants with my exclusive scroll hook. I've included lots of pictures, and step by step instructions. After your purchase, you will be sent a link via email, within 24 hours, to view the complete instructions, Only $7.00. Note: it may take a few hours for me to be aware of your payment. I check several times per day, and as soon as I see the payment, I'll send the instructions.


Dress Form Mold

A fun and easy project. You will need a dress form base to do this project. If you have one or one you can borrow the rest is easy. Your dress form will not be harmed making this fun mold. I use it for Jewelry display at both home and in my booth spaces. Only $6.00, Difficulty level - Easy



Note about ordering:
Once I receive communication from paypal of your order, I will email the instructions to the email address attached to the paypal account. Many times the instructions are filtered into the junk mail folder of your email account. Please look there to see if that is where they have gone. If you do not receive the instructions you have ordered, within 24 hrs, please contact me directly at robolady@hotmail.com.



Burlap Coffee Sack Cart Liners

This is an easy no-sew project.

I've even designed a pocket feature into it.

This is an easy 15 min project and the sacks are so great looking



Instructions only $5 ea


China Cup Organizer


You'll need to have access to a Tile Wet Saw for this project. Other than that, it uses materials you'll be familiar with. This is a multi step project, on the medium to hard end of the scale. Only because it requires you to use the wet saw, and to cut a piece of wood. If you can conquer those two things, then you can create your own wonderful China Cup Organizer with these instructions. Tutorial covers all materials, and glues needed to complete this project.

Only $8.00


Now by popular demand, A complete tutorial for making soldered bottles


This tutorial covers all materials and techniques needed to make these cute soldered bottles of your own (except the figurine bottle, which is given in the instructions below). I've included lots of pictures, and step by step instructions. After your purchase, you will be sent a link via email, within 24 hours, to view the complete instructions, Only $7.00. Note: it may take a few hours for me to be aware of your payment. I check several times per day, and as soon as I see the payment, I'll send the instructions.


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