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Craft Ideas

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How to make Homemade Mod Podge -with only 2 ingredients.

How to make Homemade Mod Podge - Coupon Closet

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Coffee Filter Snowflakes

Winter Craft: Coffee Filter Snowflakes : Homeschool Blog

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Easy to follow tutorial for a burlap wreath for the holidays

Little Lovely Leaders: Burlap Wreath!!

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Our tutorial and 30+ tips to make your own vintage Christmas ornament wreath - Retro Renovation

•❈• Elmer's glue on canvas. then paint over it.

WANTED: Volunteers to Make Paracord “Survival” Bracelets. Learn more here.

DIY for a table display.

I saw these in an antique store. DIY. Great for a table display!

peep straws

DIY bird feeder

This is so adorable !! Make sure you use non-toxic materials Butterfly foot art www.sawdustandemb...

I Love You To Pieces! {gift in a jar!} ~ at TheFrugalGirls.com #masonjars #valentines #day

Hugs and Kisses... in a Jar! at TheFrugalGirls.com #mason #jars

Jewelry Organization… in an Ice Cube Tray! via TheFrugalGirls.com #jewelry #organizing

learn to crochet. This website is actually easy to follow!

How to Make a Pretty Flower Pen…

Merry Christmas!!

tips on crafts

clever and cute!

Rein-Beers... Must do for the Christmas party!

Reindeer Rootbeer / Beer

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Creatively Living: Insulator Coat Rack

All you need for S’mores in a Jar: Wide Mouth Mason jars with lids Chocolate Bars Graham Crackers Marshmallows Cute labels for the jars Ribbon to tie around the top of the jars Paper, fabric or a cute cupcake liners to cover the jar lids Put the marshmallows and graham crackers into individual zip lock baggies and stick them inside of the jar with the chocolate bar. Decorate the jar lid, add some ribbon, a label and you’re all done!

Scuba eggs

Jewelry holder, super cute! This was not my idea. it's from Frugalgirls.com It was super easy! One day I free handed the body shape onto a piece of wood, then cut her out with a jig saw. You can use either Balsa Wood from Michaels or Particle Board from Home Depot. I used Mod Podge to adhere the fabric over the top, and used 1/2, 3/4 and 1 inch screws for hangers. Then I added her bow, a touch of bling… and Wallah!!”