Compass Painting ~ Housing A Forest
What you'll need to make bath bombs 2 Tbsp. baking soda 1 Tbsp. of citric acid (or 1/2 tablespoon cream of tartar) 1 Tbsp. of cornstarch 1 Tbsp. Epsom salts 1/4 tsp. Coconut oil 3/4 teaspoon liquid* brew a very strong, very concentrated tea a drop or two of food coloring Dump the dry ingredients (baking soda, acid, cornstarch, and salts) into a bowl and whisk together to remove lumps. baths, coconut oil bath bombs, diy bathbombs, food coloring, essential oils, bath fizzies, making bath bombs, diy projects, homemade bathbombs
DIY Natural Bathbombs
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Learn how to melt beads and make accessories with them. Pin it now and make them later! the36thavenue.com
no sew sleeping bag. What an ADORABLE "fancy" little girl's dreamy sleeping bag!!! Change the fabric and it works great for a boy! Make it smaller for babies when passing them around and you won't have to worry about them becoming uncovered!!!
leather bracelet tutorial
I love this, the year you were born, the year you were married, kids' birth years, etc.
Anonymous OT says it's not really like the real thing, but it has its advantages...Pinned on Pinterest, Tested in OT: DIY Therapy Putty
DIY beer coasters from six packs. Perfect gift for a boyfriend, brother, dad, or friend - And costs less than $5 to make! Click for tutorial.
Alcohol ink coasters- I tried them and they turned out gorgeous. Can even be easily monogrammed if you make your own stencil in MS WORD and sponge acrylic paint on after it dries (may have to seal it first so the ink doesnt seep through the paint, but a second layer after is a good idea anyways) ink dy, diy coasters, ink coaster, gift ideas, alcohol inks, craft projects, rub alcohol, tile coasters, christmas gifts
Rubbing alcohol and ink.
Buy plates from Dollar Store Use a Sharpie and decorate...Bake at 350 for 30 min. Becomes permanent and safe - could do with quotes, monogram, or special days of the year.
It's funny how much money we spend on stuff we can make ourselves. - I present 31 incredibly easy and clever DIY projects
Make a bowl for your jewelry...Use air drying clay, roll out to a thickness of 1/4" min. then roll a doily onto the clay to leave an impression of the lace. Cut into a circle and place in a bowl to dry, seal and use for a non-food use. doili, lace, ceramic bowls, air dry clay, craft, gift ideas, plate, diy rings, christmas gifts
Make a bowl for your jewelry...Use air drying clay, roll out to a thickness of 1/4" min. then roll a doily onto the clay to leave an impression of the lace. Cut into a circle and place in a bowl to dry, seal and use for a non-food use.-- love this idea.
Confused on how to make your nail design look as good as the photos? Stick a nail in the eraser of a pencil and put nail polish on the head. You will have more control over where the dots go and how big they are! how to make makeup, polkadot, how to make nail designs, nail crafts, nail design tricks, beauti, how to dot your nails, how to make dots on nails, nail polka dots how to
make polka dots on your nails or on cards...or anything else!
Cover a toilet paper tube in peanut butter and roll in bird seed. Then just slide it on a branch. Fun fall nature craft!
DIY: Sand Bowls- just sand mixed with glue and dripped over a bowl until it hardens. Perfect for holding your summer seashell collection! Must try!
awesome diy heart crayon art!!!
D.I.Y. Frosted Wine Glasses: dollar store wine glasses, assorted rubber bands, frosted glass spray paint. I'm not crafty at all.... but this looks cool. I'd try different sizes and shapes of wine glasses. glass spray, frost wine, gift ideas, frost glass, rubber bands, frosted glass, wine glass, bridal showers, christmas gifts
D.I.Y. Frosted Wine Glasses: dollar store wine glasses, assorted rubber bands, & frosted glass spray paint. AWESOME!
How to: Celtic Heart Knot
Crayons melt onto hot eggs after they've been boiled. Who knew?