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Diaper pouch/changing pad tutorial. Like this one because it was created by a mom who tried others that didn't work for her needs, so she made one that worked.

Tutorial: Diaper Pouch + Changing Pad | Craft Buds

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How To Make Chalk Paint | Homemade Chalk Paint Recipe | How To Distress Furniture | Distressed Furniture Tutorials

How To Make Chalk Paint

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How to recover a chair. Modest Maven: Vintage Blossom Wingback Chair

Modest Maven: Vintage Blossom Wingback Chair

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How to recover a chair easily. One of those head-scratching "why didn't I think of that" moments. This could be brilliant the next time I see a worn out chair!

The Yellow Cape Cod: Dr. Suess Chair "How To"

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Do I even dare --- DIY Reupholstered Chair- The girl who did this one didn't have experience and it turned out great! also her instructions are super detailed and easy to understand...... It seems like the Upholstering Newbies always are an expert after they recover the wing back chair. Yes this is the easiest chair for any Non-Upholsterer to do. I never see them do any other style of chair.

How to reupholster a wingback chair

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Learn how to Reupholster Anything! Tutorials for just about everything - how to recover an arm chair, office chair, ottoman, head board, etc.

A Blessed and Blissful Life: Learn to Reupholster Anything!

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can't believe I am even considering recovering these chairs after the horror stories I've read, but I'm thinking it's my only hope for these babies!

How much fabric do you need for reupholstering?

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shows you just how easy it can be to recover a chair. Just wait until I try...bet it isn't nearly as easy.

Upholstering a Wing Back Chair, Upholstery Tips

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Rag Quilt Letters Tutorial by ohsohappytogether. Includes templates for the letters and numbers. Great way to use scraps!

lovemylittle: Pearl craft! So cute in your sorority logo ♥Spread glue in the shape that you want, and sprinkle craft pearls on top of the glue, use a toothpick or tweezers to move strays into place and let dry! top with a coat of sealer or glue to get in between the pearls.

cornstarch/baking soda clay that dries like porcelain, beautiful white. Use to make ornaments with the kids.

DIY Leopard Animal Print Christmas Ornament Craft by tokyoblues | best stuff