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Guest DIY post submitted by: Mrs. Limestone from Brooklyn Limestone Not sure what it is about an old dictionary, but there is something beautiful about letter after letter spanning the onion skin pages.
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How to Make Floating Paper Lanterns Whether you have a small pond, fountain or a swimming pool, a floating paper lantern can add a little elegance to your... How to Make Chinese Floating Lanterns In Asian countries, floating lanterns are used to remember dead souls, and each lantern and candle signifies one soul. The lanterns are... How to Make Japanese Floating Lanterns Each summer in Japan, citizens release floating paper lanterns into local rivers and lakes. The lanterns are decorated with special names and...
No Cardboard Boxes Were Harmed... On the hunt for the most interesting home decor? More modern design than hunting lodge, these clever, cruelty-free cardboard deer and moose heads are a fun way to add a trophy to your wall without having to go after Bambi's mom. Easy to assemble, the kit includes numbered cardboard sheets and detailed instructions. Designed by Luis Rodrigalvarez of Cardboard Design. Made of 100% recycled cardboard in Virginia.