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Epsom Salts, Keys, Jar Candles, Teas Lights, Jars Ideas, Mason Jars Crafts, Mason Jars Candles, Tea Lights, Candles Sit
Use Epsom salt as filler. It looks like a candle sitting in snow in the winter. Magical and economical ;) *Another great mason jar craft! Tealights are the perfect candle for this, and antique or thrift stores always have lots of old keys pretty cheap!
Mason Jar Ideas. Epsom salt and battery operated tea light. Looks like snow on a winter night.
Mason jar candle holder with old key embellishment - use Epsom salt as filler. It looks like a candle sitting in snow in the winter
Use Epsom salt as filler. It looks like a candle sitting in snow in the winter. Best of all- I have the Epsom salt, mason jar, twine and key :) all I need is the tea light candle
Photo printed on vellum and inserted into a glass ornament- I am making this next Christmas for sure!!!!
Gifts Ideas, Glasses Ball, Glass Ball, Clear Glasses Ornaments, Photo Prints, Photo Ornaments, Glass Ornaments, Christmas Ornaments, Clear Ornaments
Glass Ball Photo Ornaments. These clear ornaments from Oriental Trading can be used in hundreds of ways.
Glass Ball Photo Ornaments -- Photo printed on vellum and inserted into a glass ornament
Glass ball photo ornament. Think I will order one as a first Christmas ornament:)
Photo ornament ~ photo printed on vellum and inserted into a clear glass ornament.
Lowell and Son: Glass Ball Photo Ornaments I know exactly what pic I want to use! And what a great gift idea!!
make your own photo fabric transfer
Homemade Solutions, Freezers Paper, Prints On Fabrics, Jets Sets, Prints Photo, Vibrant Colors, Beans Bags, Homemade Bubbles, Bubbles Jets
bubble jet set- to print photos on fabric
Print on fabric homemade solution Alum, fab soft, water, washing soda & freezer paper
Homemade "Bubble Jet Set" for printing on fabric.
Printing On Fabric (do-it-yourself bubble jet solution) Did you know you don’t have to buy those fancy schmancy fabric printer sheets to have quality printed fabric? Did you know you don’t have to buy that fancy schmancy solution to soak your own fabric in beforehand? Here is a quick no-fail recipe to get the best results with the most vibrant colors when printing on fabric… Mix 2 tablespoons of Alum (found in the spice section of your grocery store), 2 1/2 teaspoons of Washing Soda (found in the laundry section) and 1/2 teaspoon of liquid fabric softener. Then add one cup of hot water. Mix it in a bowl bigger than you think because it foams up when you add the water. Stir. After a few minutes the foam will disappear. Next soak your 100% white cotton fabric in your solution for 15 minutes. After fifteen minutes is up wring out all the excess liquid. Wait!!! Can’t I just print it out on fabric since the bean bags won’t be washed? The solution gives you more vibrant colors and if they should get wet they won’t bleed. This recipe is perfect for quilters who want to add pictures to their work as well. Store the remaining solution in a container and mark it well to use at a later date. Next dry your fabric. I hung mine to dry overnight. But if you are an impatient crafter, you can put it in the dryer. Next grab some freezer paper (found near the tin foil and Ziploc bag section) and iron your fabric to the shiny side of the freezer paper with a hot, dry iron. Once your fabric is stuck to the freezer paper cut it into 8 1/2” x 11” rectangles. Iron one more time after cut just to ensure that the fabric is stuck well. In whatever program you choose, size your pictures (I chose 4" x 4” images) and print them onto your fabric. You can change your printer settings to the best print quality on fabric if you have that option. Make sure you print on the fabric side and not on the back of the freezer paper.
Amazing Website, Sewing Projects, Sewing Tips, Learning To Sewing, Crazy Amazing, Sewing Ideas, Sewing Machine, Sewing Tutorials, Sewing Patterns
CRAZY amazing website... Great quick sewing ideas
CRAZY amazing website... I cannot imagine how long this took to put together! Pinned just in case I learn to sew or have someone else do it for me
Sewing tips. CRAZY amazing website... I cannot imagine how long this took to put together!
CRAZY amazing website... Everything is on here from sewing patterns to homeschooling materials
CRAZY amazing website with a ton of great sewing projects
Home Sewing Tutorials - CRAZY amazing website
CRAZY amazing website... I cannot imagine how long this took to put together! Laura - for when we get our sewing machines!
Wine Corks Boards, Ideas, Pin Boards, Cork Boards, Winecork, Bulletin Boards, Corks Heart, Corkboard, Diy
Cork heart bulletin board. @mdwestergaard idea for all your corks :)
DIY: I Heart Wine Corkboard. I would put roll-out chalk board (available @ Michaels) or roll on cork board as the backing..
Pin board made of corks, heart shaped pin board, New Diy Crafts
DIY Wine Cork Board. Always looking for great ideas to use my corks.
MAKE MASCARA LAST 3X LONGER!! A typical mascara dries out before half of it is used. When your favorite mascara starts getting dry, add 4-5 drops of saline solution or eyedrops to the bottle. Insert your wand and stir and TA-DA!! Fresh mascara! This can be repeated 2 or 3 times until all you mascara is gone. I'll have to try this.
MAKE MASCARA LAST 3X LONGER!! A typical mascara dries out before half of it is used. When your favorite mascara starts getting dry, add 4-5 drops of saline solution or eyedrops to the bottle. Insert your wand and stir and TA-DA!! Fresh mascara! This can be repeated 2 or 3 times until all your mascara is gone. whoa!