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Cloud lights. This is one of the single most awesome ideas ever. In the comments instructions were given:First, you need some cotton batting, a paper lantern, and three flameless candles, the type that Glade sells. Pull at the cotton batting until it looks fluffy, light, and cloud-like. Then, hot glue it to the outside of the paper lantern in various places. Make sure it's fluffed to your liking, then light the lights and stick them inside. Hang the lantern wherever you'd like.

Very clever!

Very clever!

Very clever!

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DIY Projects & Crafts

DIY: paper lanterns

Babble Dabble Dofrom Babble Dabble Do

Tin Can Christmas Tree Activity

Christmas Tree Activities: Tin Can Christmas Trees are an easy holiday activity for kids using recycled tin cans.

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Painted Tin Can Planters

Recycle old tin cans into fabulous painted tin can planters, perfect for indoors or outdoors. A great way to stay in budget and add color to your space.

recycle tin cans into Christmas centerpieces, cover with burlap, fill with pine clippings or plant

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DIY: transform old Christmas lights into adorable mini paper-cube lanterns

Make these to go over every bulb on a string of christmas lights the hole left at the top fits perfectly over a christmas light... hang around the mirror in her room?

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DIY: Paper Cube String Lights

DIY Paper Cube Lights

Use cans (or plastic cups, etc) to make a neat craft storage carry-all. You could fill it craft to craft, and not have to leave it filled specifically. Be a great way to organize different crafts as you make them.

easy fabric covered cans. i've also used scrapbook paper for covering cans for storage of thread, needles, and extra buttons in the laundry room...cotton balls, q-tips, make up brushes in the bathroom. makes your storage pretty!

Love these paper ornaments . . . did make some that were quite lovely, if I do say so myself