Crafts


Crafts

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COOL STUFF TO DIY WITH OLD SPOONS — and a few forks too! .................Plus, tons more fun DIYs at DIYFUNIDEAS.COM

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Flower Tutorials

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Basketball Decor

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A clever 10 Minute Marker Caddy

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Everything you ever wanted to know about Mod Podge

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Awesome Things You Can Improve With A Sharpie !

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so fun

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DIY cake stands.

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Mod Podge holiday craft tutorials - Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas!

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Bright & Rustic Button Sign

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Alcohol Inked Tile Coasters

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DIY Hot Glue Gun Holder... What every girls NEEDS! Cheap and Easy!

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Printing On Fabric with Freezer Paper

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Crayon Art... now this is even cooler than the other kind of crayon art!

11 Rainy Day DIY Activities for Kids - Babble

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stiffen burlap with modpodge for labels! Cute.

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Dipped the lace pieces in fabric stiffener and let dry overnight, spray painted them silver and then painted the pink on the edges, finished them off with a layer of glitter and hot glued the embellishments on them.

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Entire website on how to store craft supplies...

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Tons of ways to use paper rolls, great project tutorials!

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I am making one of these...#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

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50+ Old Book projects

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print on paper bags, punch hole, add reinforcement sticker and twine.

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Make your own Apothecary Jar

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Add tulle to a button. super cute

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THE OLD DRAWER

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OMG !!!! Transfer any image to anything (fabric and wood) using this process. Can you imagine the possibilities? I MUST REMEMBER THIS!

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