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Create the talk of the dessert table with delish flip flops!

Flip-Flops Cake

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DIY Clothespin Picture Frame

DIY Clothespin Picture Frame DIY Projects | UsefulDIY.com

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Ping Pong Ball lights! Easy and cool looking!

Sharpies and Rubbing Alcohol. Cooler than tie dye

How to make tulle flowers

diy bottle brush christmas trees

How to fix frizzy barbie hair.

Use your old crib mattress for an upcycled reading nook - such a cute idea!

WARNING!!! a million DIY projects :) This website is as addicting as Pinterest. OMG...this is legit!!

Make your own clothing buttons from shrink plastic. Tutorial and template included.

Cook spaghetti noodles, drain and cool. Fill a gallon Ziplock bag one quarter of the way with water. Add food coloring to the water. Add part of cooked spaghetti and mix around in the Ziplock bag until noodles change color. Drain, repeat with other colors. Fun for kids!

Photo Frame Clock

I am totally going to make this for a coat rack!!

DIY: A Pretty Autumn Coat Rack

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Glitter Jar...a way to distract a child who is grumpy instead of a timeout spot.

button bracelet

how to tint mason jars... must do!

Shave crayons in whatever color/pattern onto a canvas, cover with wax paper and iron the whole canvas! The crayons will melt, creating your masterpiece.

All of our memories in a frame. My husband and I kept all concert tickets, festival passes, wrist bands, hotel cards, love notes, etc., created a collage and framed it. It's by our front door so everyone that comes in our home gets a glance of 'us' :)

All of our memories in a frame. My husband and I kept all concert tickets, festival passes, wrist bands, hotel cards, love notes, etc., created a collage and framed it. It's by our front door so everyone that comes in our home gets a glance of 'us' :)

baked marbles! gunna try this!

This is amazing! Need: * Baking Pan * Tin Foil * 1/4 cup of salt * 1/2 teaspoon of food coloring * Preheat an oven to 350 degrees. Directions: * Mix 1/4 cup of salt with a 1/2 teaspoon of food coloring in a small bowl until the salt is uniformly colored. * Spread the mixture out in an even layer on a foil-lined baking sheet. * Bake in the oven for ten minutes. Allow your homemade glitter to cool before using it. NOTE: * You may also store it in an air tight container for several months. * This glitter can be used for almost any type of project and may even be mixed with glue for special crafts.

Make your own yummy lipgloss!