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Crafts


Crafts

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Drab to Fab folding chair makeover ON THE CHEAP!

10 DIY Fall Wreaths - I like the craft-o-mania one, but use more fall colors

Chevron Grey, Turquoise, and Hot Pink Monogram Wreaths

Math already done, now it's just a matter of doing! (T-shirt quilt)

How To: Make a T-Shirt Quilt. Please tell me I've been dying to put old t-shirts into a blanket instead of stacking them under my bed!

Ruffled Pumpkins - cute and easy pumpkin craft!

a different twist on the Sharpie mug

We re-did a favorite of ours...DIY Lava Lamps. All you need is 4 ingredients! It's lots of fun to watch and the kids love it! Jugglingwithkids.com

Put corks on a yard stick and you get a vertical cork board

Pour Painting - add paint and tip in all directions to allow the paint to run together. These look great!

How to Make an Easter Peeps Centerpiece from Taste of Home -- pinterest.com/...

Create something similar by folding colored paper or magazine pages into long thin strips, rolling those up into coils and gluing them onto a backing.

DIY Beach wine glass candle holders

Coffee Filter wreath - I recently saw one of these in all white (original filter color) but I LOVE this one where the filters have been painted. I think I'd lay the filters out and put the watered-down paint into a spray bottle vs. the method given but other than that ♥ it!

DIY monograms out of ornaments

this wreath is adorable! easy to make.

{Hula Hoop} Chandelier.... Hula Hoop and Lace from the Dollar Store!! Only 4 dollars to make!

burlap wreath

Cupcake Liner Wreath

Buy plate from Dollar Store, write r draw on it with Sharpie markers, bake at 150 for 30 minutes and it is permanent! Just add cookies and it is a great Christmas gift for teachers and neighbors!

This is AWESOME!!!!!! Bake marbles at 325/350 for 20 min. Put in ice water to make them crack on the inside. Glue end caps to them with starter rings to create pretty pendants!

Cool Button Art

Mummy jars... cute to light up sidewalk for trick-or-treaters

Spray paint a doily onto a light bulb or use a silver pen and draw your own designs. When the light shines through, it will cast a beautiful pattern on your walls.