Water marbles! Crazy how a few kitchen ingredients will make these. Weird, I can't wait to try.

A fun science experiment you can make with the kiddos! Make these fun Water Marbles using a few simple kitchen ingredients: baking soda, vinegar,and salt!

Print “washed out” pictures onto lined paper for writing letters. To create “washed out” pictures, copy & paste a picture onto word, select “format picture,” select “picture,” then under “image control” & “color” dropdown box, select “washout.” print and write your letter!

Print “washed out” pictures onto lined paper for writing letters. to create: copy & paste picture onto word, select “format picture,” select “picture,” then under “image control” & “color” dropdown box, select “washout.” print and write your letter!

flag painted on an old shutter, looks like its wavering ♥

flag painted on an old shutter, looks like its waving ♥ . This link says this is a pic of an actual flag folded behind a frame, but I imagine you could definitely achieve a similar effect with the painted shutter.

Little Green Notebook: Make Shades Out of Mini Blinds

repurpose cheap mini blinds to roman shades - no sew project. Good idea for all of the broken blinds we have.

DIY Tshirt Scarf  #recycled crafts

So cute, DIY braided t shirt necklace scarf. Totally making this, omg I'm so happy it's fall and scarf season finally!

Sewing Pattern Case for your iPad, iPad Mini, Kindle or tablet

Fabric Case Sewing Pattern for iPad Mini or Kindle

DIY Sewing Pattern Case for your ipad, ipad mini, Kindle, or tablet. I wonder if I can modify this to fit my iPad with my Lifeproof case on?

Photo on canvas using tissue paper - a bit easier than some other methods that actually 'transfer' the ink to canvas (since this method differs w/ ink jet vs. laser).

DIY: Photo Canvas Print out pictures onto tissue paper, then mod-podge it onto the canvases! The tissue is thin enough to where the texture of the canvas comes through.

Upcycle a cool-looking silk tie into a wristlet that will hold your phone, ID, credit card and camera. Goodwill always has the most astounding selection of wild and beautiful (outdated) ties for about a dollar each. Now there's a reason to buy a few.

Upcycle a cool-looking silk tie into a wristlet that will hold your phone, ID, and credit card; camera and concert tickets; LOVE IT!

Print your picture out on plain paper, Take piece of wood and coat with mod podge, turn picture upside down on wood press and let dry overnight. next day using water and your hands rub paper off of wood (your picture will be on the wood) now cover with more mod podge.

Print picture out on plain paper, Take piece of wood and coat with mod podge, turn picture upside down on wood, press and let dry overnight. Next day using water, rub paper off of wood (your picture will be on the wood) now cover with more mod podge.

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