My Cute Ideas
glue buttons to a balloon, pop the balloon, and you're left with a button bowl...i wanna try this!
I've done this since a child ...Put a tiny bit of toothpaste into a small cup, mix in one teaspoon baking soda plus one teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide, and half a teaspoon water. Thoroughly mix then brush your teeth for two minutes. Remember to do it once a week until you have reached the results you want. Once your teeth are good and white, limit yourself to using the whitening treatment once every month or two.
Put a tiny bit of toothpaste into a small cup, mix in one teaspoon baking soda plus one teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide, and half a teaspoon water. Thoroughly mix then brush your teeth for two minutes. Remember to do it once a week until you have reached the results you want. Once your teeth are good and white, limit yourself to using the whitening treatment once every month or two.
Plant a Book Garden! No tutorial, however, just cut out a design in the book, (do a few pages at a time, so it's easier) toss in some great soil, add plants of your choice, sprinkle with water and viola' Done! *make sure to use a thick book*. You can even plant it in the ground when it starts really starts falling apart. What a fab frugal fun project! (books at the goodwill are practically FREE)
4 pillow-floor mats for the kiddies...I love how these turned out! 4 yards of 7/8" grosgrain ribbon is perfect to tie one of them up for storage or travel.
DIY Tuna can candle holders for a little backyard ambiance. CHEAP, CUTE and EASY!!! Stuff you will need: cans, patterned paper, scissors, glue, string, candles, a wooden clothes hanger. Strips cut from patterned paper. A few spots we pillanatragasztót the cans are, and the strips of paper glued to them, cut off the excess.
Candle holder with old tin- i love it via COPY
Did these myself... I absolutely LOVE them!!! Add rustic beauty to your mantle with twig candle holders. This DIY project is simple and natural, using just a flat candle holder (check thrift stores!), garden pruners, craft adhesive and dry tree or shrub branches of your choosing. The same concept could be used on vases or other decorative items. you could make sparkly ones too.
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Framed Vintage Necklace Holder. Find a vintage picture frame, paint it and use wire or branches to put your necklaces on.
Cut bottom of Wine Bottles and you've got some neat Candle holders!!
I created very similar ones and will use them at the food stations.
perfect for an old fridge....Took about 3 coats of chalkboard paint. Total cost: $13
you can get the vases at Dollar Tree for $1 each. 3 bags of the rocks at $1 each, and the floating candles in a 6 pack for $2.99 at Hob Lob. With the flower, in the colors of the season, you've got yourself a very pretty, and very thrifty centerpiece!