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Much better than digging in my make up bag everyday! Magnetic Make-up board. Cover a sheet of metal with fabric and glue to a frame. Add small magnets to the back of your make-up products

flower decor, diy

Great gift idea... Use air drying clay, roll out to a thickness of 1/4" min. then roll a doily onto the clay to leave an impression of the lace. Cut into a circle and place in a bowl to dry, seal and use for a non-food use.

Harry Potter Wands - Wow! A Perfect way to add realism to a HP costume :D

mod podge lace onto container then spray paint

DIY Galaxy Scarf- Great project for our cotton gauze scarves and new Tumble Dry Spray On paints!

DIY: How to Make a Galaxy Scarf |

Inspiring Photos of the Day

Leaves and metallic spray paint (link is to a foreign image)

bent spoons to hold tea lights! where can i put this? i LOVE it

glittered bottles - tape off where you want glitter, add mod podge, glitter, peel off tape and let dry = beautiful holiday vases. OOO pretty!

T-shirt Dress

Christmas Window Decorations/hoo christmas 2012 ideas

Upcycle an old tee to this

Fairies in a jar DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2. Seal the top with a lid. 3. Shake

spring time!

Cute Cover UP

Such a fun idea..

Easy Enough brookee429

Silk dyed easter eggs


Foam letters, spray paint, scrap book paper, and mis-matched frames

I always knew there was a reason for saving paint swatches. Finally revealed.

SO. FREAKING. COOL. 1/4" Mt Dew in bottle, add tiny bit of baking soda and 3 capfuls of hydrogen peroxide. Shake and it glows. Pour on sidewalk to "paint"...Who knew!?

DIY printed candles - made this in hopes of using it as a craft for MOPS and it was an epic fail! The ink never dried, even after several days. Perhaps it was because I used a cheap ink pad, but I was not willing to try it again, so this one never made it to a MOPS meeting unfortunately.

DIY jewelry holder