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DIY Wire Fabric Daisy

DIY Wire Fabric Daisy DIY Projects |

Spray paint? Did you know you can make your own spray paint? All you need is a spray bottle and acrylic paint. Mix 2 parts paint to 1 part water and shake to mix.- SMALL PROJECT PERFECT..fantastic #DIYSprayPaint

Mini Shadow Box Fridge Magnets. So easy and cheap! Think ikea containers, photo of vacay at the beach, and some sand and shells you brought home. Or a photo from your child's birthday party plus scraps of paper, confetti, etc from the day. So many possibilities!

Mini Shadow Box Fridge Magnets

Adirondack Bench - diy w/popsicle sticks

Miniature Garden Center by Two Green Thumbs

How to make a ribbon flower - love it!

DIY wall decorating idea..this would bee great to do with all the random shells I've collected over the years...

>> DIY Frosty Pattern Vase << >>> More Creative Ideas

∷ Variations on a Theme ∷ Collection of Antique buttons turned into magnets from It's a Vintage Life

Repiny - Most inspiring pictures and photos!

drink bottle crafts | Crowns made from upcycled soda bottles and glitter glue. by lorene

Crowns made from upcycled soda bottles and glitter glue.

Plastic Canvas Hearts Flowers Kitchen Accessories Pattern Leaflet Needlecraft Shop

Umm... Don't like the weird poem. But LOVE the daisies!

Little Angels in Plastic Canvas Pattern Book Leisure Arts Craft Leaflet 1159

Primitive Decor Country Candle Holders wood and canning jar lids. So simple.

Add lace to your window with cornstarch. Iron your lace and cut to fit. Mix 2 tbsp cornstarch with about an equal amount of cold water, then mix that in about a cup and a half of boiling water. Paint a thick layer on the window pane. Then apply another thick layer on top using random brush strokes being sure to get all the corners. To remove it, you just wash it off with warm water,

Make your own Architectural Letters--Designing and constructing a 3-D letter. Instead of wet, messy adhesive, you'll be using paper packing tape to create a papier mache effect. Inexpensive and easy to use, it creates finished letters that are hard and durable.