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Because every child should know how to make a crown of wild flowers . . .via wabisabiwanderings

Wabi-Sabi Wanderings: Crowned with Flowers - A Tutorial

How to do custom lettering without a fancy machine or carbon paper...i love smart people. So simple even I COULD DO IT :)

Save a bunch of money on 34 products by switching to coconut oil. ;-) No seriously, this oil can do some fabulous things (did you know it can replace KY jelly!?!?). Read more about it's uses for hair, beauty, baby, diet, household repairs and everything in between:

clever idea - use a garden wall planter to keep things off the counter; if it's not the right color you can spray paint it to match your decor

DIY Simple Envelope

baked clay ornaments | Places we have lived ornaments - key imprinted on and hole poked into ...

Easy DIY Crafts: Glass Photo Magnets

salt dough - 2 cups flour, 1 cup salt, cold water. Mix until has consistency of play dough. bake at 250 for 2 hours, then cool and paint....good recipe for thumbprint pendants.

Make your own 50-hour candles for less than 2 dollars a piece. you can even add scents and color. All natural soy even.

Items needed: Kit Kat regular sized bars Candy Canes Hershey Mini's, (I used the Christmas Edition) Ribbon and bows Hot glue gun, two glue sticks

DIY Sharpie Mug. Dots around stickers & then remove stickers. Easy DIY gift and you can stuff it with hot cocoa or tea!

Hot Snowmen: 3 pint size or baby food jars. One for hot chocolate mix, one for mini marshmallows & one for peppermints. Cute gift idea.

DIY Gift Idea: How to Make Vintage Teacup Candles Read more: DIY Gift: Vintage Teacup Candles | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Watercolor book pages --- of course, only to be done with a duplicate copy of a book, or Twilight. Best idea? Hit your local or campus library's book sales, when they sell off older books really really cheap. Pick up some you'd want to read, set aside the oldest ones (you never know what they're worth), and grab a couple for art projects :D