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Rainette Magnifying Glass
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Long Leg Frog Magnifying Glass Cast Iron Magnifier Desk Accent | eBay
Isn't this frog magnifying glass adorable? :) Rainette Magnifying Glass
Frog magnifying glass. Craft a spring-time vignette on your console, bring a rustic accent to your end table, or bring cottage-chic appeal to your desk with this charming décor set, showcasing a delightful natural motif in a soothing palette. Product: Magnifying glass Construction Material: Cast ironDimensions: 2" H x 8.5" W x 6" D
useful. for that mouse-print stuff.
Gouda Bacon Macaroni and Cheese: comfort food that kids and grownups will love!!
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Gouda Bacon Macaroni and Cheese: comfort food that kids and grownups will LOVE #macandcheese @Liting Sweets pasta dishes recipes
Gouda Bacon Macaroni and Cheese: Are you kidding? Side dish to pair with a steak!
Gouda Bacon Macaroni and Cheese: comfort food that kids and grownups will LOVE #macandcheese @Shugary Sweets. ☀CQ #southern #recipes
Have to remember this...Insert glow stick into white balloon and add face with black marker. I want to fill my windows with these this Halloween!
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Glowing Ghosts... Snap one or two green eight-hour light sticks & put them into a white balloon, inflate & draw your scary face! Fun for Halloween night or a Halloween party!
75 indoor Halloween decorations - Put a snapped glow stick in a white balloon to make these glowing ghosts for a Halloween party!
Insert glow stick into white balloon and add face with black marker...fantastic! Cool #halloweendecor
Halloween Party Decorations Ideas Kids decorating design 15 Halloween Decorations Ideas for Kids Party Kids Party Halloween Ideas halloween decorations Halloween Decorating Ideas Halloween 2012
Glow stick balloon ghosts Insert glow stick into white balloon and add face with black marker...fantastic!
Glowing Ghost Balloons by Martha Stewart: Make them with green light sticks, white balloons and a marker for the faces! Must do for the Halloween party!
Have to remember this for Halloween...Insert glow stick into white balloon and add face with black marker. I want to fill my windows with these this Halloween! Could be fun for some type of alien birthday/party
apply wooden letters on canvas and spray paint
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DIY - Letter Canvas Tutorial using wood letters, spray glue and spray paint. Easy and you could use any quote
DIY - Letter Canvas Tutorial using wood letters, spray glue and spray paint. (+COLOR)
DIY wall art idea | Glue wood letters to a canvas, spray paint the whole thing one color.
Apply wooden letters on canvas and spray paint - 36 Romantic Valentine DIY and Crafts Ideas Maybe with other quotes or Bible verses.
Apply wooden letters on canvas and spray paint. #diy #crafts www.BlueRainbowDesign.com
Apply wooden letters on canvas and spray paint... totally adorable! -- Think I'll change up the color of the letters. Maybe hot pink! Just need to find the right quote.
Use sharpies on washers and bake
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Believe Washer Necklaces - The 36th AVENUE | 25 Handmade Gifts Under $5
DIY necklace: use a Sharpie to write on the washer, bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.
Use Sharpie to write on the washer, bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Simple. Good bridesmaid gift idea!
Use Sharpie to write on the washer, bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Simple. - Click image to find more DIY Crafts Pinterest pins @Meg Reulbach, I feel like this is something you would like.
Washer necklaces these could make a really night bridesmaid gift :o)
Use Sharpie to write on the washer, bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Simple. I need to do this with my kids names on it. Great gift idea for moms!
Use Sharpie to write on the washer, bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Mother's Day Craft Idea
Lanterns: wrap punched paper around glass vases
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Pre-punched paper at Michael's, wrap it around a glass cylinder. Another knock off of Pier 1. Centerpiece idea.
Great entry lantern idea: Pre-punched paper at Michael's, wrap it around a glass cylinder. Another knock off of Pier 1.
Get pre punched paper at Micheals, then rap it arpund a candle holder or glass cylinder!
Pre-punched paper at local craft store - wrap it around a glass cylinder and tape with double-sided tape for a lovely effect for your votive candle #Glass # Craft and #Ideas
Using prepunched paper from Michael's, wrap it around a glass cylinder to create a knock off version of Pier 1 Imports candle holders.
DIY Playhouse. Impressive.
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Cardboard wendy house
Add a "window box" planter to cardboard box fort
cardboard play house - love the dog house
Cardboard playhouse for indoor fun
Cardboard Playhouse: We love cardboard houses :)
this can be for me!
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DIY Craft Tutorial for Building a Teepee. Who doesn't want one of those?! Good for boys or girls - or adults. Great Holiday gift or birthday gift idea. I think I need a cozy hideaway this winter where I can cuddle with the dogs or read books. : )
teepee tutorial! #Tent
indoor fort ideas
**cute idea** Purchased: * 6 - eight foot 1" x 2" x 8' pieces of pine from Lowe's @ about $1.75 each (I'd go with the next grade of wood if you're going to make this for rambunctious little Indians) * 1 - 9' x 12' canvas drop cloth from Ace Hardware (although I'm sure I could've picked this up at Lowe's had I been more efficient with my errands) * 1 tube of acrylic paint * 1 paint brush * 2 rolls of cream satin ribbon 3/4" wide * 15" of 1/4" elastic I also used a drill to make the holes at the tops of each pole, thrifted yarn to help keep my poles spaced evenly while I measured them, a yardstick, a long cut of canvas to tie the poles together (although I would recommend leather cord or a leather shoelace). I decided on the 8' poles because I knew I wanted a large teepee but you can always cut them down. I measured 12" from the top and drilled holes using a 1/8" bit. After tying them together with a little slack between them all, I stood them up to decide how far apart I wanted the poles. I went with 36" between the bases of all poles except for the opening which was 58" wide. I then laid out my canvas so that I had five panels that measured 4" at the top and 38" at the bottom and were 80" tall. To get this rectangular shape I started at the bottom and measured out 38" and made a mark. From the center of that I measured up 80" and made a mark. I then measured 2" on each side of the center of that last mark to get 4" at the top. Next, it's best to use two yard sticks taped together, or tack down some yarn at one edge of the top and pull it taught to meet the bottom edge of the same side. This will help you get a long, straight angled line between the top and bottom. Cut out your first panel and use it as your template for the rest. Your front panel will have a different measurement. I used a top piece that measured 5" x 21" x 19" and then two door panels that measured 12.5" on each top, 33" on each bottom and 58" on the angled sides. After all of your pieces are cut out, sew your five large panels together at the sides, making sure all the top edges are even. Next, assemble the front panel. Hem your door panels on the straight sides that will meet in the middle. Then pin them to the top part of this panel. Sew them together making sure they hang straight once you're done. Add some back stitching where the two panels meet on the top panel for extra reinforcement. Then sew one side of this panel to the rest of your teepee. Fold the entire top edge down towards the inside of your teepee 1/2" or more and stitch. Then using a safety pin, string some elastic through. Stitch one end down and then pull taught before carefully stitching the other end down. Once your top has this pocket panel with elastic in it, you can sew together the last long sides of your teepee together. It should be inside out when you are done. Almost there! Fold your bottom edge in 1/2" twice to form your bottom hem. You'll have a little extra at each seam but your machine probably wouldn't have the ability to make it over these little hills anyway. Hand-stitch three 12" cuts of ribbon on the inside seams of each panel. This will hold your panels in place once you've tied and knotted them around each pole. You will also want to hand-stitch three sets of ribbon ties to your door panels. Be sure to space them evenly starting with one close to the bottom of the door. If you'd like your door panels to hang open as shown, hand-stitch a ribbon tie to the outside of your teepee where your panel would draw up. See picture for example. Slip your canvas over your poles, straighten, and marvel at your accomplishment. Decorate with acrylic paint or embroider your heart out. Be sure to send me pictures!
TeePee tutorial. Would make a nice reading nook for a Peter Pan room @Hannah Roller
Teepee Reading Nook for kids room
how to make a giant picture for cheap, seriously. Cheap ($11)