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    Faux Tin Tiles made from disposable cookie sheets from the dollar store

    for real? - "Foil over dried, raised glue and wiped down with shoe polish.

    mosaic tiles from magazine ads This is brilliant, want to do this. Now, to find some mags.

    Making faux tin tiles with disposable cookie sheets! Includes 12 free tile patterns!

    Faux Punched Tin - I love the look of punched tin. And of course I wanted to go about it in a totally different way, simply because I’m cheap like that. So, rat…

    Cardboard letter from craft store, Elmer's glue and metallic spray paint

    I wish there were DIY instructions for this! Wouldn't it make a fabulous backsplash, especially in a kitchen with stainless steel appliances! I bet there is epoxy involved...

    I cannot believe how easy This is and how much I've seen these sold for at craft shows! This is my new favorite b-day gift for friends. :) ... oh these are pretty cool

    Faux Tin Tile Tutorial

    Ultra-light Mei Tai top, wonder if you can make something like this great Idea!!!! A top and a carrier!

    How to drill a hole in a jar and put lights in it.--Good to know for those wine bottles#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

    How to press designs into disposable cookie sheets to make metal art

    Make metal decor ouot of Dollar Store aluminum cookie sheets. STARSHINE CHIC decorating on a dime or even less

    FYI: Buy two large pillows from Walmart for 3.50 each instead of buying two ten dollar bags of stuffing for a project....LOL

    Over 60 Dollar Store Crafts

    Mel Stampz: Faux Tin Tile Tutorial (with aluminum foil, a Cuttlebug & a Scor-pal)

    Great tutorial on making an altoid tin book by Laura Carson

    Faux Stained Glass - Alcohol Ink stained glass. Amazing do it yourself. So gorgeous.

    Picnic blanket: sew bandanas together then sew them to a sheet ... lightweight and easy!

    Hayward Patch Skinny Jean...

    From the Book Lady, "cheap, plastic, transparent pony beads in a 12" metal cake pan. It took quite a few, as I wanted the 'plate' to be thick enough to support the weight of a cake. Then, I baked the beads at 425 degrees for 30-40 minutes...until all the beads had completely melted. I let this cool in the pan for about 20 minutes, then popped it out of the pan (it came right out...really!) Next, I glued it onto a dollar store candle stick with E6000 glue."