Candy buffet - Glue glass jar onto a candlestick from the dollar store!!
No-Sew-Window-Treaatment-- via @Diane Haan Lohmeyer Haan Lohmeyer Haan Lohmeyer Henkler of In My Own Style
radical possibility: anthropologie knockoffs
Magnets on bottom of bottles, and then they can always be ready to use. A must for my craft space!
*NEW* How to make a rainbow loom starburst bracelet. This is a really good tutorial, and very explanatory. There are also different kinds underneath!
Mix Elmer's glue with food coloring to paint onto anything glass to create a seaglass effect when dry. Now that's just cool.
Brackets from hobby lobby and a piece of wood. Perfect.
This site shows how to build TONS & TONS of stuff WITH complete plans! Free. Not just kids stuff. This would be perfect in the baby's room after the crib is removed.
Easiest Tshirt Quilt: A How-To
Jewelery box behind a photo frame. How clever!
Cool!! It's alive! One of the coolest science experiments ever!- cornstarch and water mixture moves to sound so kids can visually experience sound waves.
i love her description of the black clips haha "for years i've been hanging my necklaces off those black paper clippy things that look like Barbie purses, hanging from twine pinned to my wall with thumb tacks. TACKY is right. This is such an amazing solution instead. Wire mesh (rabbit fencing or other), frame, mismatched door knobs, and you have DIY jewelry holder. Awesome."
DIY Jewelry Holder
DIY fork bracelet, oh my! Love this!
Never would have thought of using a Mr. Clean Magic eraser! Great tip from fantabulouscricut...
23 Things to Make With Old T-Shirts...I actually saw a few I hadn't seen before.
science project: Make rainbow roses by splitting the stems into strands and placing each one in food coloring. The roses draw the food coloring into the petals.Miranda saw these once and wanted some for her birthday- now I know how to make them!
Not ever throwing another one of these away! Tons of ways to use paper rolls, great project tutorials!
Prep your shoes by cleaning the soles with rubbing alcohol. Prime your shoes with white nail-polish. Once you paint the sole of each shoe, let them dry (should take about 10 minutes). Start painting the soles the color of your choice. You will probably need two coats, yet be sure to let the first coat dry before starting on your second coat. Let dry.
31 easy and clever DIY projects