mark montano tiny hats. Made with cardboard and soda pop caps. Youtube video.

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Beneath the Surface (Summer Reading 2013): Steampunk Paper Top Hat - Recycled Book Project, with how-to - Pic Heavy! - PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS)

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DIY Flower Pom Pin -for Steampunk hats or corsage

DIY Flower Pom Pin

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Pick a flower or plant and lay on top of a small piece of clay and use a rolling pin to make an imprint in the clay. let it harden. -These would make pretty magnets.

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how to make cement stones - this is great - and so easy.

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Pics & scale template made from vintage WW1 aviator goggles

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Pine cone gnomes

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How to make a solid perfume locket

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Glove

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Riding top hat: 19th century 1863 AD - 1865 AD

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Symbols of the Alchemists part 2

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Victorian notepad necklace

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from 1837 to 1902

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Riding jacket ca. 1885-1886

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Dress ca. 1878-1879

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Nice. Like the bloused trousers.

Awesome Steampunk Gentleman

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teen party games for camping

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tons of group games. great for teen programs.

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Modelo: Rebecca Makeup: El Costurero Real Vestuario: El Costurero Real Goggles: Juanma Zoombie Photo: Rebeca Saray

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Repin Via: Hollin Brodeur-Whedbee

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Steam Punk

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Paper hurricane lamps: paint with water colors. After drying, rub with veg oil. Put an LED tea light inside.

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steampunk and sparkle

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Look Beneath the Surface! Many things are not what they seem. This may be the angle to play next summer.

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Seriously clever! A headlamp around a gallon of water = ambient light for your tent and a great night lamp when the power is out.

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