Project Supply List

UNDER CONSTRUCTION ... A much needed update is on the way!

I will list the supplies that I used for most of my projects here. I will put as much detail as I can. I just recently thought to do this so my memory may not be the best for some of my older projects.

Bedazzled Clock:
  1.) Batch of jewel pieces
  2.) Ikea Clock
  3.) Glue gun
  4.) A couple hours of free time.

Chair Reupholstery
  1.) Chair to reupholster
  2.) Needle nose pliers (used to remove staples)
  3.) Flat head screw driver (used to remove nails and staples)
  4.) Jute webbing (3" wide)
  5.) Upholstery nails
  6.) Hammer
  7.) Sand paper
  8.) Spray Paint (Black, Glossy)
  9.) Webbing Stretcher
10.) Burlap
11.) 20"x20" Foam (3") for seat cushion
12.) Batting
13.) Upholstery Fabric
14.) Staple Gun

Crepe Paper Chandelier
 1.) large roll of crepe paper
 2.) paper lantern
 3.) school glue
 4.) scissors
 5.) monofilament for hanging

DIY Wedding Extras:
  1.) Pack of Printable Post-Card paper (purchased from Office Depot)
  2.) Invitation Kit (purchased from Hobby Lobby & Michaels)
  3.) Lots of Card Stock paper (from Hobby Lobby)
  4.) Crop-a-dile (program fans)
  5.) 12x12 White Card Stock Paper (for favor cones)
  6.) Clear Mailing Lables (for favor cones)
  7.) Satin and Linen ribbon (from Hobby Lobby)
  8.) Wooden Letter (cake topper)
  9.) Dazzling stones (cake topper)
10.) Program Fan template

Dresser Re-Do/Make-Over:
  1.) Drill
  2.) Drill bits
  3.) Plywood
  4.) Wood Legs (with hardware) ...I purchased mine from Home Depot
  5.) Flat head screwdriver (to take the metal feet off)
  6.) Liquid Nails (used between everything I attached)
  7.) Leather-like fabric from Joann's (used on drawers)
  8.) Electric Hand sander and sand paper
  9.) Staple Gun and staples
10.) Glass knobs

Duvet, Euro and Standard Shams Project:
  1.) duvet and standard shams: 6 yards of upholstery fabric
  2.) duvet: (under side) 3 yards satin-like fabric, 1 yard of toille; 100" sleeping bag zipper
  3.) euro shams: 1 yard of softer upholstery fabric for front; 1 yard canvas fabric for back
  4.) Sewing Machine
  5.) Scissors
  6.) Lots of stick pins
  7.) Bobbins
  8.) All purpose thread
  9.) Machine needles
10.) Large work area

Paper Mache Letter N
 1.) Paper Mâché Letter N (Joann's $9.99... on sale $1 off)
 2.) 3 or 4 sheets of card stock paper (Joann's 6/$0.96)
 3.) 2 large artificial roses (Joann's $1.99/each... on sale 30% off)
 4.) Small bouquet of artificial roses with water drop detail (Joann's $1.99... on sale 30%)
 5.) Small wooden butterfly (Joann's $0.59)
 6.) Wooden Alphabet letter set (Hobby Lobby $3.99)
 7.) Glue gun (originally purchased from Hobby Lobby)
 8.) Jewel pieces

Popcorn Cup Favors
 1.) Popcorn Cup template
 2.) Cardstock paper pack (Hobby Lobby $3.99)
 3.) 2 rolls of curling ribbon - 2 different colors
 4.) cellophane (1 roll can create 6-8 sheets)
 5.) Paper creaser (or something to score your lines; in my, case a letter opener)
 6.) Glue (I used regular Elmer's school glue)
 7.) Plain paper to make tags/labels for the front
 8.) Goodies for the inside

Tulle Tu-Tu
 1.) 2 rolls of 6" tulle
 2.) 1" wide elastic
 3.) 1" wide ribbon
 4.) scissors
 5.) needle and thread

Upholstered Headboard Project:
  1.) 1/2" plywood or MDF (whichever you prefer, I used MDF... won't splinter when drilling) Home Depot cut all of my wood for me for free.
  2.) 1"x4" wood to use to support the headboard
  3.) Foam bed topper. I planned on buying 2" foam from Joann's but it was too expensive. I found bed toppers at Old Time Pottery for $9.99 up to a queen size so I just bought a couple of those to use instead.
  4.) Quilters batting
  5.) Cotton batting ... I wrapped this over the other batting because of it's nice tan oatmeal color. Just in case you can see it through my burlap fabric.
  6.) Fabric... it needs to be tough enough to handle the pulling, tugging, stapling, etc.
  7.) Drill ... for drilling the holes through the MDF and for screwing in screws.
  8.) Hammer and nails.
  9.) Staple Gun.
 10.) Staples... you'll need at least 1 pack.
 11.) Button making materials ... please see my post on making buttons here. You can get a lot of inexpensive supplies from
 12.) 2 Upholstery needles (You'll need one to do the threading and sewing of the button. The other needle you'll need as a guide to find your way back through the hole.)
 13.) Upholstery thread
 14.) Buttons (or you can use nails or staples) to hold the thread down on the back of your headboard. You can get a mixed bundle of buttons for about $2.50 from Hobby Lobby.
 15.) Scissors
 16.) Spray Adhesive/Glue
 17.) Pencil/Sharpie ... to mark out your pattern on the back of your board and where you plan to drill your holes for your future button tufting.
 18.) Time and Patience... making the buttons & tufting your headboard will be the most time consuming part... depending on the number of buttons you want on your headboard.