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Parrots - felt by Mycute Handmade, via Flickr

Dip tip of waffle cone in warm water for about 20 seconds then microwave for 20 seconds. Roll the softened end of the cone around a clean pencil then hold in place for 20 seconds. Little cornucopias.

Grocery Bag Basket Tutorial

How to change the false fronts under the sink to a tilt-out little storage space!

How to Make a Bubble Quilt : Softy and squishy!

make your own planters

The Knot So Hard DIY Flip Flops!

Easy way to make hanging flower balls. Wiffle balls from dollar store, dollar store fake flowers, pull the stems off the flower, hot glue around the circle in the wiffle ball, press flower into the hole making sure the bottom of the flower, keep going until the ball is full of flowers, then hang with a ribbon. Genius!

Make Beautiful Origami Japanese Umbrellas

Golf tee fix for stripped holes - put in glue, hammer in golf tee, cut off excess, then add screw = fixed.

Scrapbook paper on cheap frame....this whole site has tons of ideas.

Snowflake patterns!!!

WARNING!!! a million DIY projects :) This website is as addicting as Pinterest. OMG...this is legit!!

DIY: Sharpie Tie Dye. Easy!

Do you have a bunch of near-empty lipsticks that you don't know what to do with? Don't throw them out! You can turn those favorite shades into tinted lip balms. Customize your color, flavor and scent, and even recycle old tins and tubs to give the balm a personal special touch. Just follow these four simple steps. HOW TO Make Your Own Lip Balm Choose a container or tin for your lip balm. You can use an empty Altoids tin (like the one above) or anything that will hold the balm.

Craft tips - sharpen scissors by cutting sandpaper, vaseline on the end of a glue gun stops glue strings, Create a stencil from large plastic lids...


  • Amy Daft

    Kim put this picture on my FB wall last year...LOL!! I was super prego!!

Bat craft - turn yourself into a bat! :)

Tin pocket friends // love these!

easy place cards

old dresser with the drawers removed, painted, and then $1.00 Sterlite boxes...awesome idea for craft room!!