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Thursday
Jun142012

diy with mikel welch: new york

What: DIY with Mikel Welch

Where: CB2 SoHo
When: Saturday, June 16 from 2-4pm

Where else: CB2 Eastside
When else: Thursday, June 21 from 6-8pm

A self-taught designer—and former CB2 Soho team member—Mikel’s vast experience ranges from prop stylist for Jerseylicious to professional set designer.

He loves common sense design solutions and looks forward to sharing many of them during two in-store DIY sessions while his current project—a finalist on HGTV’s Design Star—is in process.

Friday
Apr272012

milan finale: buyer's favorites

Friday
Nov112011

how to: make a tacktile board wreath

Supplies:
1 tacktile message board
10 wall-mounted candleholders
10 clear-cupped tealight candles
standard t-pins

Directions:
1. Hang the tacktile board in desired location according to the product instructions.
2. Starting at the 12:00 position, secure one wall-mounted candleholder with a t-pin.
3. Repeat at the 6:00 position.
4. Creating a circle, fill in between those positions spacing candleholders equally apart.
5. Light tealights and place in candleholders.
Optional: spray glue the sides of the clear tealight cup and roll in glitter.

Thanks to marcus, prop stylist on this CB2 catalog shoot.

Wednesday
Oct262011

watch: halloween

Thursday
Oct202011

how to: create a whirly tree

Supplies:
36 whirly candleholders
36 smart tealights
36 nails or screws, about 4” long
small glass pebbles, available at craft stores

Directions:
1. Using a soft pencil, plot a triangle on the wall about 36” wide at the base and 48” tall—starting about 18” from the floor.

2. Mark “X”s about 6” apart left to right—alternating their placement like bowling pins—and with about 8” between rows.

3. Screw or nail the hanging hardware deep enough for each candleholder to hang securely.

4. Hang whirly candleholders—each with about 1/4 cup of glass pebbles—and insert smart tealights.
hint: for a temporary display, use a painted mdf panel like we did for our bubble wreath.

file under: DIY, alternative tree