I'm doing this next halloween!
DIY- Tinkerbell Dust Pumpkin for the Win
Make Your Own Sponge Daubers
okistampqueen: Sponge Daubers on Saturday...
DIY Beverage and Paper Goods Station ~ so easy to make and could be used for any event from a BBQ to a Holiday Get Together. And the paper goods can be switched by color so easily for any event... Awesome!
Hand scrub - kind of like MaryKay's Satin Hands...only cheaper! GREAT GIFT IDEA! - make, put in mason jar, tie with bow, add a tag!
I can't believe these are DIY! I really, really want to try this.
photography leaves- would make an awesome family tree! This is amazing!
Faux Tin Tiles made from disposable cookie sheets from the dollar store
Homemade "porcelain" - this stuff air dries!
distressed metal - actually cardboard, aluminum foil and paint!
Did you know #6 plastic can be used instead of 'shrinky dinks' plastic? Gonna have to give this a try!
Create a flower planter from an old tire! :: Hometalk
Anchor bracelet, 9.99
Flora meet Clay. Pick a flower or leaf, lay on top of a small piece of clay and using their rolling pin it will make an imprint in the clay. Paint relief. Do this for small stepping stones
Cut a noodle and tie a rope through it, around a Rubbermaid bin.
Draw on tissue paper with permanent markers, wrap around candle and heat until image is transferred... WOAH!!
From Timi & Leslie website!! This is such an adorable idea, and so easy. The stepping stone idea is cute, or you can just make individual ones to use as great gifts for grandparents and other loved ones, not to mention yourself! If you have two children, make a bigger one with one footprint from each child. You can even do this with your little one’s hand print as well. Time goes by so fast – you want to capture every little moment! Ideas, Footprints, Baby Feet, Stones Paths, Step Stones, Kids, Christmas Ornaments, Salts Dough, Stepping Stones
Footprint and handprint stones
No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.....just vinegar and baking soda! i need to remember this!
This would be great in my yard this summer! - Click image to find more hot Pinterest pins
Sand Bowl - Mix sand with adhesive and let the liquid drip over a form to create a bowl. Would be neat for displaying seashells.
simple! layer cheap plastic beads in ramekins or cake pans (no lining required), melt at 400 for 20 minutes. Let cool & then just flip them out. Drill a hole in it to make it a suncatcher.