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HOW TO MOUNT PHOTOS ON FOAM BOARD. It's so easy and your wall be stunning!
Dollar Store Crafts-2800 x 1000459.1KBvalerie-elizabeth.com
Are you curious what the Mod Podge formulas look like when they are dry? Click through for this handy dandy guide!
Easy No-Sew T-Shirt Tote Bags copy
Made by Me. Shared with you.: Tutorial: DIY Cord Keeper From Fabric Scraps
DIY Upcycled Vintage Tablecloth Duvet Cover
Jewelry tree made from old orphaned spoons and vintage forks...how unique!
GOOD TO KNOW: a great tip for making a wreath: go to the plumbing department at Home Depot and grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for $.97!! snip the length you want and duct tape the ends together. Foam ones are SO expensive!
Lighted wine bottles.
canvas diy tutorial. the best one i have seen so far!
How to drill a hole in a jar and put lights in it.--Good to know for those wine bottles and mason jars
10 Amazing Doily Projects: Rethink those delicate table decorations as beautiful and functional tools for making pretty things.
burlap covered bin made from a diaper box, a cheap alternative to baskets.
If you're new to painting, I would HIGHLY recommend visiting All Things Thrifty and read her post Painting Furniture 101. This is where I started and I am sooo thankful for this post to set me in the right direction. Check out her piano transformation here! it is TO DIE FOR!
OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!! Transfer any image to anything (fabric and wood) using this process. Can you imagine the possibilities? I MUST REMEMBER THIS!
talk about an inexpensive project...all you need is an old magazine that's laying around and Elmer's glue #diygifts
Tutorial for mesh wreath
Lined canvas boxes - finally something to do with copy paper boxes!
MOD PODGE - Homemade Mix 50% Elmer's glue and 50% water in a jar. Wish I would have known about this Mod Podge isn't cheap!
No Knot, No Sew Blanket. I like this SO much better than the knotted ones!!! It does take longer, but it looks SO much better, and you don't have the hard knots.
Print off any picture you want, spray paint a piece of wood black, and cut the picture to match the size of the wood. Using Mod podge coat the wood then lay the picture on top. Once it has dried thoroughly, use sandpaper to rough up the edges, then put a layer of mod podge over the picture. paint some eye hooks and use pretty ribbon as a hanger and voila!
Transfer Pictures to wood...coolest thing ever!