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La Dolce Villa: DIY! Coffee Filter Roses

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Quilling?

Quilling?

Quilling?

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The Painted Hive | MAGIC Decal Tutorial with Free Printables!

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DIY Hot Glue Gun Holder

glue gun stand

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How to simply cut glass. Now I can play with wine bottles

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40 WAYS TO TIE A SCARF

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40 WAYS TO TIE A SCARF

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Fleece Blanket

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Fleece Blanket

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Fleece Blanket

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Transfer any image to anything (fabric and wood) using this process.

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DIY Coasters.

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Mod Podge Rocksfrom Mod Podge Rocks

Learn how to Mod Podge

This lady is all Mod Podge, tips, how tos and project ideas

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Mason Jar Soap Dispensor Recycle and DIY! Want to make!!

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Bottles - spray paint, spray adhesive, roll in epsom salt. #DIY #holidays #christmas #winter

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Homemade Coconut Lotion Bars

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This makes me want to carry chalk around with me...

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Melted Crayon Art

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DIY tinted mason jars with Modge Podge and food coloring. ( mix Modge Podge and coloring in a bowl then coat the inside of the jar. Make sure color is dark enough for bright color. Place upside down on wax paper 30 min. Then put in oven 170 for 10min upside on wax paper. Then turn right side up for 30 min. Perfection)

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Glittered bottles

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RIT dye for dyeing clothespins instead of spray paint.....so doing this one!!

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talk about an inexpensive project...all you need is an old magazine and Elmer's glue

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use acrylic paint & the back end of a paint brush for the dots. Then put into a cold oven & preheat to 350 - let sit for 30 minutes. Turn off oven & let cool with the glasses still inside. Voila! Hand-painted works of art you can drink from. :)

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Lace resist painting: lay lace on paper, spray with clear gloss spray paint, remove lace, paint with watercolors.

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