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  • Sofia B.

    50 Repurposed Project Ideas #savedbylovecreations

  • Jett McClure

    Yes, you guessed it, more coiled magazine page crafts.  This obsession is not leaving anytime soon.  Ready for another unique, practically free, handmade gift idea.  These are the easiest of the magazine/newspaper crafts I have shared so far.  You are going to want to grab a captivating #lose yourself #handmade crafts ideas #diy fashion| http://nwaexpressyourself.blogspot.com

  • Lauren Lara

    Coiled magazine coasters! Finally a use for all my old magazines =)

  • Diane Lipski

    Many great recycling to art ideas.

  • Lindsay Harris

    recycled magazine coaster

  • Kathryn Green

    DIY Coasters from Old Magazines

  • Jennie Joy

    Coiled magazine page round coasters-- great use for old magazines!

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