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Car emergency kit that fits in a baby wipe box. Pin now, read later.

Mason jar vases.

Ear cuff. Not sure where I got the idea that this would work with a paper clip, but there isn't enough wire and it's way too stiff. The craft wire I used was a little bit flimsy, but a thicker gauge should do just fine. Once it's curved, most of the imperfections disappear.

A tutorial on how to make Ruby's Demon Slayer knife from the TV series Supernatural.

Ha! A solution so simple it's stupid. Why didn't I think of this?

Ravenclaw scarf. Not-quite-navy blue, brassy stripes-- not gold and not copper.

Serve ice cream in pretty teacups. So cute!

Turn a lotion bottle into a holder for a charging cell phone. Clever!

Trying to pick just one "I believe in Sherlock" shirt is like trying to pick a favorite Doctor. This one is high on the list though. I like the little sleeves and I adore the silhouette.

Polka dot garland.

Oscar Wilde's words on a t-shirt. Hand this over and no one gets hurt.

Loki notebook. With ruled paper. ;) I used a wet (Elmer's) glue to cover a composition notebook with brown wrapping paper and a glue stick to attach the image. Cover the ENTIRE surface of the notebook or the paper will come off. Let the Elmer's dry first (hair dryer, anyone?) before attaching the Loki image.

How to fix scratches on DVDs using toothpaste. This was helpful, but not foolproof. Make sure your finger is wet when working the toothpaste onto the disc or it can actually scratch it more. Do NOT skimp on the toothpaste itself either, or it will dry out and do the same thing.

Ianto Jones charm for necklace or bracelet.

Start the year with an empty jar and fill it with notes about good things that happen. Then, on New Years Eve, empty it and see what awesome stuff happened that year. Good way to keep things in perspective.

I like the idea of this bracelet. Maybe an old Army button? Could totally do one of these for every Who character!

SO making this for mom on Mother's Day!

"May the Force be with you" valentine using a glow stick. You could do this for any holiday and it would be awesome! You definitely want to print these out on thick paper, because the slit required to slide the glow stick in is pretty wide and would simply tear normal printer paper. Be careful not to bend the glow stick when inserting.

Doctor Who bookmark. That FACE, dangit XD

TARDIS papercraft. Find a good-quality printer paper for this-- if the paper is too thin, it bends and dents too easily, but cardboard is too thick to fold.

Snitch ornament!!!

Make your own spray paint! All you need is a spray bottle and acrylic paint. Mix 2 parts paint to 1 part water and shake to mix. DO NOT overdose on the water. It will saturate your paper and dry crinkly, like a little kid's finger painting.

Tesseract necklace. Made this and it turned out pretty well. Even found the exact same case they used!

How to: Melted Crayon Spring Bouquet. Make sure your entire work area is covered when you use a hair dryer on crayons, because it WILL splatter!

Boy Birthday Bouquet. I may just have to use this idea for Father's Day too.