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UD.I.Y.

Check out these creative and fun "do it yourself" ideas all crafted by fellow Blue Hens! Whether you make your own clothes, food or furniture, we want you to share it with us at socialmedia@udel.edu

UD alum Kayla Carrigan created these ribbon boards using craft store plywood, quilt batting, Delaware t-shirts, a staple gun and ribbons. So cute and simple!

Happy Memorial Day Weekend, Blue Hens! (Photo by MJ Rainsford)

A delectable cookie topped with UD frosting (Photo by Amanda Reich).

Simple craft for the weekend. Paint your name with your favorite colors and patterns.

UD alum Kate Taylor ('07) created these UD magnets for her friends upon graduation. Kate used a magnetic frame, cut-out letters from various local restaurant menus and included a handwritten note on the back.

Do it yourself baby shower gift with blue and yellow accents created by a UD student.

Blue Hen Meagan Walsh provides a step-by-step tutorial on her blog for this Blue and Gold Delaware-inspired key fob perfect for dorm and apartment keys.

The Millennial Martha : Key Fob Tutorial

themillennialmartha.blogspot.com

A UD staff member constructed an elaborate gingerbread house complete with frosting-covered trees and melted candy stained glass windows.

Create simple wall decor to show your Delaware spirit with just two pieces of scrapbook paper.

Create simple wall decor to show your Delaware spirit with just two pieces of scrapbook paper.

Decorate your res hall door with a fun sign-like this one created by UD Juniors Milena Ho and Maisha Billah- commemorating everything you love about UD!

Check out these cute socks created by Juniors Milena Ho and Maisha Billah!

Click on the picture to see the awesome UD VIne sign that UD student Liz Zenz created with stop and go photography.

Check out this UD sign created by student Mackenzie Janus! Here are instructions on how to D.I.Y.: "Scrapbook paper glued onto wood letters, let dry for 4 or so hours. Too much glue will wrinkle the paper. Attach letters with wood glue. Silver glitter glue outlining the letters. Attach ribbon on the backs of each letter (also wood glue) to balance and hang."