a tensioning trick you may not know (this is good to know ... my grandma showed me to check this but I had no idea what I was checking, or how to fix it if it's not right!)
Bookmaking for Kids: Accordion Envelope Books
A pinner wrote:"Must see if you crochet or want to crochet... lots of video links. Mikey is an awesome teacher he is how I learned to crochet!" I seriously watch his videos to learn new stitches! Very easy to follow!
38 amazing things you can do with an empty Altoid tin box. Some simple, some super crafty, some awesomely functional, some keepsakes, and lots just for fun.
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! Art club?
If you enjoy foldables, then you'll love these!
Magnets made of leftover coins from traveling.
1. Cut out 10 scalloped circles from a book (or a newspaper, scrapbook paper, magazine...) 2. Gather all the circles and use a 1/16" punch to make a hole in the center. 3. Attach a brad (the color doesn't matter because you won't be seeing it in the end result) 4. Layer by layer, scrunch up each circle 5. Now just fluff out the flower and voila!
who knew these little paper flowers were so easy
Vases found at Dollar Tree. Then you print the photos on vellum and mod podge them to the vase. It looks like the photos were printed in black and white. Then light your votive and youve got a beautiful holiday decoration or gift for friends and family! --- Or wedding decoration using all your fabulous engagement pictures!
DIY foam rugs.-love love love this!! So easy!
Bookmarks using all those single earrings that have lost their matches. Pretty!
Wow, DIY Sand Bowls- sand & glue dripped over a bowl until it hardens. Perfect for holding your summer seashell collection! Must try!