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DIY Tassel Bracelet

DIY Patriotic Tassel Bracelet

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How to grow adorable fairy carrots in jars. Fun for kids!

How To Grow Fairy Carrots In Jars - Empress of Dirt

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Make a plastic spoon rose (via dollarstorecrafts...)

Dollar Store Crafts » Blog Archive » Make a Plastic Spoon Rose

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How to make mittens on a round loom

The easy way to get your jars sparkling clean and ready to re-use without using any harsh chemicals!

Make your own chalk paint by using plain interior paint mixed with Plaster of Paris. You can find Plaster of Paris at Home Depot or Lowe's and it's really cheap. All you do is mix 5 tablespoons of Plaster of Paris with 2 cups of paint and 2 tablespoons of water. Just combine ingredients and stir well. It may even be a little lumpy, but that's okay. Once you brush it on, it evens out.

LiveLoveDIY: 10 Painting Tips & Tricks You Never Knew

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10 Ways To Transform A Regular Set of String Lights for Your Outdoor Party

Wrap Wallet

Upcycled Beach Bag DIY by betwixxt, via Flickr

DIY Cute kitchen towels

Hobby di stoffa by Hdc: Continuiamo con la cucina?

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DIY bath mat from old towels

Eco-Friendly Bath Rugs DIY

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Probably the most useful sunbathing diy ever!!! DIY Repurposed Towel - 35 Summery DIY Projects And Activities For The Best Summer Ever

Tutorial: Recycled jeans accessory caddy

Adjustable Headbands

My Tiny Sweet Cheeks: Adjustable Headbands

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Jewelry Making Tutorial--DIY Wavy Bracelets for Kids | PandaHall Beads Jewelry Blog

PandaHall Jewelry—Glass Beads Bracelets with Glass Pearl Beads | PandaHall Beads Jewelry Blog

Pink and Black Double Strand Bracelet

DIY 10 Tutorial Bundle Right Angle Weave Bracelets Now Available as an Instant Download via Etsy by NiteDreamerDesigns

Mother’s Day Crafts for Kids - Mason jar frame craft

Fake an embroidered look with puffy paint. To make a painted pillow like this one, trace a favorite shape on contact paper. Cut it out, and press the paper to a solid-color pillow. With a light touch, apply puffy paint dots around the outside of the design. Allow the paint to dry for three hours and then remove the contact paper. The puffy paint dots will look like embroidered French knots. (via bhg.com)