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Give your toddler in a tiara the royal treatment with the crown jewels atop her tiny head. Plus, they only look expensive! Each one costs less than $5 to make!

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DIY Lace Crown

DIY crown tutorial! Def getting crafty soon!!!! Olivia is gonna love doing this!!!!!!!!!!

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Lace Princess Crowns - DIY

Every princess at a Princess Birthday Party needs a fabulous crown! These are beautiful for party dress-up and a great favor! Wrap them in cellophane and give them to each little girl as she arrives! Click on link for tutorial.

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Lace Princess Crowns - DIY

DIY :: lace princess crown for birthday party ( http://thegirlinspired.com/2012/01/lace-princess-crowns-diy/ )

A fun DIY to upgrade inexpensive flip flops!

How to make a Daisy Chain aka floral crown. The classic hand wrapped daisy chain. So easy to make with the abundance of wild daisies right now.

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Introducing Kimberly {and her Heart Hand Warmers}

Make these for winter! Poly-fleece filled with rice. Just pop these in the microwave for 30 seconds and then slip them into coat pockets to keep hands warm for up to an hour. Includes instructions. // I NEED this for winter.

Microwave bowl pads... multiple sizes, diy pattern. Super fast and easy to make... just in time for Christmas! Place the bowl in the potholder like bowl... microwave and you have built in pot holder/place mat! No more burned fingers!

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Interesting Craft Ideas With Lace

Interesting Craft Ideas With Lace. Absolutely love all of these ideas.

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DIY Tinted Mason Jars in Rainbow

DIY Tinted Mason Jars..... How to make Mason jar light fixtures - Link: http://go.tipjunkie.com/dc/272/senselesssophistication.blogspot.com/2010/12/vintage-ball-jar-light-fixtures.html

Poly-fleece filled with rice. Just pop these little cuties in the microwave for 30 seconds and then slip them into coat pockets to keep hands warm at the bus stop and for up to an hour after.