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Plastic / Recycle. Knot / Macrame. Recycled yarn, fabric yarn and spinning fiber. 101 DIY Projects (Part 1) You don’t require a fat plan to give your home a perceptible help.

101 DIY Projects (Part 1)

Invest a little and get an enormous change in how your home looks and feels. We are here to present you some ideas. …Pebble Mosaic Walk Way… Everyone Need This In The Kitchen Build a Simple Gazebo Add Photo Slides To a Vertical Lamp with Mod-podge Amazing Deck Design Bunk Beds With a Slide Cut an Antique Door in Half and Add Shelves. 101 DIY Projects (Part 2) You don’t require a fat plan to give your home a perceptible help.

101 DIY Projects (Part 2)

Invest a little and get an enormous change in how your home looks and feels. We are here to present you some ideas. Poured Paint Pots Source Cork Coasters Source Halloween Spider Wreath Source Fabric Lined Built-in Shelves Source Woven Patio Chair. 101 DIY Projects (Part 3) You don’t require a fat plan to give your home a perceptible help.

101 DIY Projects (Part 3)

Invest a little and get an enormous change in how your home looks and feels. We are here to present you some ideas. Branch Votive Holder Source Cinnamon Stick Candles Source Fun Fall Candles. DIY Dried Flower Coasters. Time: 20 minutes + 24 hour dry time Materials: wood slices, dried flowers, epoxy resin, wax paper I know I’ve kept you in suspense since sharing how to press flowers, but today is the big reveal!

DIY Dried Flower Coasters

This may just be my most time consuming project to date, but I think the wait was worth it. But then again, I may be biased on this one! You can dry your own flowers following this tutorial (does take 4-6 weeks). The wood slices were cut from a dead tree branch then sanded. I pressed my flowers for 6 weeks and am really happy with the way they turned out. Place your wood slices on wax paper then position your dried flowers how you want them to be (they will be permanently sealed). Let sit for about 10 minutes then carefully move to a clean sheet of wax paper. 19 Cool Driftwood Crafts For Home Décor. How to make your own air dried porcelain with common household ingredients.

Anything that is quick, affordable and makes beautiful things is a craft winner for me . But…I often find myself uninspired for something new and different. I’ve found it in air dried porcelain (aka Porcelana Fria). What will someone make with 3 cups of white glue (PVA) 3 cups of cornstarch (Corn flour) one tablespoon of white vinegar one tablespoon of glycerin (health food or hobby shop), and 2 tablespoons of canola oil? The beautiful mouse and necklace pictured (compliments of Espirit ) is the answer! Amazingly simple and a GREAT school holiday project, get the kids into the kitchen to cook up some home made, air dried, porcelain. Let’s make it: In a mixing bowl (or non-stick pan) mix 3 cups of white glue and 3 cups of cornstarch. How to Make Your Own Recycled Paper. Recycled paper can be made from old newspaper, following the instructions below.

How to Make Your Own Recycled Paper

Recycling paper uses cellulose (plant fibers) over and over again, it uses less electricity, less water, a lot less pollution, and it saves trees from being cut down! Christmas ornament with popsicle sticks, an easy project for kids! Make a God's Eye ornament out of popsicle sticks, an easy project for kids!

Christmas ornament with popsicle sticks, an easy project for kids!

You will need: 2 popsicle sticks OR anything remotely like a stick Yarn or string We have made God's Eyes using twigs from the yard, popsicle sticks, toothpicks (using string instead of yarn). The larger one shown here was made from two plastic and wire "stalks" snipped off of some silk flowers. You can hold the sticks together with your hands while you start winding the yarn, but for small fingers, you might want to glue them together (in the shape of a cross) and leave to dry overnight before wrapping.

Loop about 6 inches of yarn and hold against the back of the top stick. As a finishing touch, tie several strands of yarn or ribbon to the bottom stick. We experimented making these with lots of different materials. 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home. Organizing Kids Drawers with Canvas Boxes If you have relatively young children, you may spend a lot of your time rifling through their drawers helping them to find what they want to wear.

150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Instead of piling everything up in drawers, you can add small plastic or canvas containers that will keep their clothes perfectly organized. These come in all sizes and will fit into any dresser drawer. Via: Iheartorganizing – May Challenge: Project “Projects” {Boy’s Bedroom – Part 6} Portable Spice Kit Organizer. Lined Canvas Diaper Box. You can find almost anything on Pinterest…it’s true.

Lined Canvas Diaper Box

Upon wasting my time searching the other day, I found a fantastic tutorial on upcycling diaper boxes. Hmmm…what could I do with this? Oh, yes – toys scattered all about our living room floor: check, a desire to get said toys put away when not in use: check, cute fabric laying there staring at me: check! I decided to take on this project! I changed some things from this tutorial I found, but you could use either hers or mine. What you’ll need Diaper Box.

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