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Make your own bleach spray t shirt in just 10 minutes! This looks like a super fun project for a ladies night project party!!!

Washi Tape Shadow Box to Display Your Found Treasures. Take advantage of products available now such as Washi tape, to update the old shadow box idea.

DIY Washi Tape Shadow Box Art | Lia Griffith

Idea for re-purposing the glass entertainment center doors. Could build a small cabinet and use spice jars for craft items or even put my nail polish collection inside. This way you can see it all before you open the door!

Put fabric under glass of inexpensive picture frame to create a tray - cute for a bathroom.

vintage sheets made into dresses - I have some old sheets that would make a great dress...will have to find a pattern for something like this :)

Sand (or sugar), faux pearls & a candle. This is insanely easy and looks so elegant.

I used a hole punch to make two holes in each of our wedding cards and then ran a wire up, around, and back down through the two holes to make this nifty book of cards. Just make sure to leave a bit of extra wire so that the pages can be turned. Now we can always remember all of the thoughtful things our friends and family wrote to us on our special day.

I made my own stencil out of some adhesive paper and stuck it to four blank canvases. Then I painted it all purple and peeled away the stencil. I love the way it fills this big boring wall behind the couch!

Just an old coffee can with twine glued around it and a piece of lace and some rickrack to give it some style. Could use it to hold a number of craft items or even plastic cutlery for a party.

Used a simple watering can and painted over a stencil to make this cute gift for my mother on her Birthday. Her birth flower is the lilly of the valley and her favorite bird is the humming bird.

Place weighted coffee can in center of bucket (or larger coffee can), fill with water and freeze. Could be a bottle chiller, or put a candle in the center and line the walkway to your house for a cute wintry luminary!

It's simple to make: Wrap a can with brown paper (or paint it to mask the surface), and cover it with small, straight sticks, gluing them in place (or securing them with a rubber band). Tied with a length of raffia, it makes a charming holder for garden flowers or a rustic desk organizer

Rope, coffee cans and a glue gun. Could even use these for holding paint brushes in the craft room or to hold plastic cutlery for a party!

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I like the idea of this but I might try it on something other than a wine bottle...maybe a wreath or flower vase...