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This is brilliant! She made small pendants with salt dough and then sprayed them with Rustoleum in silver. So cool!

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the guide to mod podge. this describes the different formulations and how to use them...where has this been!

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Dying Coffee Filters

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Learn to carve your own stamp and print your own gift wrap at Krank Press' Feliz Workshop in Austin!

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Stamping on Salt Dough Tutorial. Simply amazing.

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Flowers from old books

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Cupcake Platter

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Hey Mister collab kit by Traci Reed and Jenn Barrrette. Layout by Niki - alahnasmommy

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Cute gameday necklace! Use your team colors.

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How to paint laminate furniture

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I will never pass up another set of wooden salt & peppers at the thrift stores again... #diy

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Tinting Bottles

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Basic info on using fonts together effectively.

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fabric printing with bleach

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Get straw holders to store ribbon spools! Just pull up the top and the whole stack comes up, no need to remove spools to use! I also love how you can quickly see what you have!

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Upside down bar stool!! Such a good idea

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Glue fabric to Wal-Mart roller blind! Smart!

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small scale silk screen printing

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Buy a mirror. Put letter stickers on it. Paint over the whole thing. Peel off stickers.

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fabric covered cereal boxes for picture frames

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(1) Buy plates from Dollar Store, (2) Write things with a Porcelain 150 Pen, (3) baked for 30 mins in the oven and it's permanent.

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Frame Key Holder

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dry erase

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Glue the crayons onto the canvas, turn it upside down and use a hair dryer to melt the crayons. Insanely awesome!

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sticks

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