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Hand dipped Beeswax Candles — Becoming Kindred

Hand dipped Beeswax Candles

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20 Mod Podge Craft Projects for Beginners:

20 easy Mod Podge crafts for beginners. - Mod Podge Rocks

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Too many cards for a wallet to handle? Get the pattern & tutorial to sew a zipper card pouch and don't have to struggle with them anymore.

DIY pouch sewing tutorials

DIY pouch sewing tutorials | How About Orange

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How to spray paint chairs. #diyproject #homerightspraymax #paintedfurniture

How To Spray Paint Dining Chairs - Refresh Restyle

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Do It Yourself Pallet Signs. Doubtful I will ever do this, but just in case.

Do It Yourself Signs, DIY Wood Pallet Signs

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Here's a simple shortcut for chalkboard fans.

Easy DIY Chalkboards With an Amazing TIp

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I love the face! Save money and make your laundry task a little "greener" with felted dryer balls. So easy and fun to make! ... How to Make Felted Wool Dryer Balls

Button Tree Craft | The Crafty Contemplative

Get Skilled: Decorative Knot Techniques + Cool Jewels to Make! by Kollabora | Blog post | Kollabora

Saint Brigid

st. brigid's crosses raffia

Drilled pumpkins

pop tab bracelet ~

Button bracelets! Super cute!

Use those recycled jars and hide the printing on the lid! Cover using tissue paper and mod podge.

Pick a flower or plant and lay on top of a small piece of clay and use a rolling pin to make an imprint in the clay. let it harden. Paint. Add a magnet to the back.

Card table makeover - unscrewed the table top, and stretched a vinyl table cloth over, stapled it down underneath and trimmed the edges.

Fabric-wrapped cork board in a frame.

from lemon seeds. Lemon leaves smell so good. Awesome for kitchen, bathroom, or any place in the house.

What to do with all those foreign coins you've saved, what a great idea!

"Decorate your old bottles and jars with tissue paper to make vases! Apply Mod Podge around the bottom 1" of the jar and lay a strip of paper over it, gently smoothing out any wrinkles or bubbles. Continue in this fashion, overlapping paper edges slightly, until the jar is covered. Coat the covered jar with 1 or 2 layers of Mod Podge, following package directions."

Button bracelets: just a photo, but looks pretty self-explanatory

Nautical rope bracelets. So CUTE!