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I just realized that I have been doing my bows in a much more complicated way! New (easier) way!

Home Sweet Ruby: DIY Fall Wreath

sea shell craft | It just doesn’t get any easier than this project. First you paint ...

Tutorial: Easy Peasy Shell Art | Double the Fun Parties ®

Seahorse artwork made of sea glass and shells. "Shell Designs" is the team of Mary Bromberger Bowles and Kerrie Ostrowski Bromberger. All seashells, seaglass and sea life used to create our art and crafts are genuine, natural and non-endangered.

Patio table project - This old table had a stained, scratched and abused glass top. I purchased one foot square glass mosaic sheets from Home Depot. I cut the squares off the sheet and glued them down to the glass with clear waterproof caulking. Grouted with white grout. Easy!

homemade chapped lip balm

Make Your Own Lipgloss – DIY Lipgloss---> Want cute new lipgloss, but don’t want to pay for it? Here’s a great, inexpensive tip: Melt one cup of Vaseline in the microwave until liquid (just a few seconds necessary). Stir in one packet of Kool-Aid mix. Pour into a container and let sit until it hardens again. I JUST love this tip!

Make Your Own Lipgloss –

Dollar Store Crafts » Blog Archive » Make Water Balloon Candle Holders

DIY Heart Tote Bag - So fun and easy! Great #Craft for #Valentine's....could adapt for so many other things too!

*Rhinestoned Chevron Letter! - Great way to add that extra touch of sparkle - Love it!

Wall Canvas Letters Nursery Decor Nursery Letters by NurseryShoppe, $11.99 OR - fabric covering a canvas, paint letter, glue to canvas. I can do that!

Easy craft clay... dries hard. Perfect to make ornaments for the kids to paint. Fun Christmas craft!

"Better than salt dough? 1/2 cup cornstarch, 1 cup baking soda, 3/4 cup water. Bake at 175 for about an hour. Great idea for modern white Christmas ornaments"

50 Things to Make from Cement Mix and Concrete Blocks

Cement eggs, use stamps for words/sayings like the rocks with stamps

one part portland (or hawaiian) cement one part perlite two parts peat moss Add water slowly and mix thoroughly to get that "little wetter than cookie dough but not quite cottage cheese" consistancy. Put the "mud" in your mold. Let set in a shady place for a day or two (until you can just scratch the surface with your thumbnail) release the mold and do a little happy dance!

You can get several of those glass shapes at the dollar store. And you don't need wax paper, either. Just vaseline! I did something similar with a cake pan. Personally, I would use the circle or heart shaped glass thing and decorate them with crystals for a cosmically awesome candle holder.

Cement molds. I bet kids' sand molds would work, too in the fun shapes octopus or alligator in my garden?