Make this Burlap Bunny Table Runner Easter Craft (& free bunny template) eclecticallyvinta... This is soo cute!
Catnip Valentine Heart with mouse catnip toy catnip by MauveMoose, $6.00
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Disguise kit...free download for your next awesome shindig
Bath 'snow balls'
Do it yourself mason jar solar light
reusable grocery bags to make
Cookie Cutter Christmas Wreath If making cutout cookies isn't your thing, use cookie cutters in a new way this Christmas. To make this wreath, arrange large cookie cutters on a paper-covered work surface in a circular shape, and fill in the gaps with smaller cookie cutters. Glue the arrangement together with an adhesive appropriate for metals; let dry. Spray-paint the wreath, if desired, and finish with a festive bow.
Don't waste $ on expensive 'crackle finish' paints, good ol' white school glue works! Instructions: 1.Paint wood surface with base coat paint and allow to dry thoroughly. 2.Brush White Glue on top of base coat. (A thicker coat results in larger cracks - apply a thinner coat for fine cracks.) 3.While glue is tacky, brush on top coat. 4.Dry completely.
Crackle Finish with Elmer's Glue
4. Embellished Resin Rings, 6. Wine Cork Coasters, 15. Paint Chip Magnets, 21. Ribbon Headband, 22. Photo Clock, 23. Glass Tile Pendants, 30. Decoupage Frame, 50. Hemp Coasters, 52. Paper Clip Earrings, 71. Watermark Tee, 73. Bottle Vases, 82. Film Negative Candle, 90. Envelope Clutch, 101. Knotted Headband
101 Great Handmade Gifts - list of links - EverythingEtsy.com
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how to make a Sea Shell Wind Chime
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