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By AK , on December 10, 2011 When a light bulb burns out, we rarely give it a second thought. You can lend your imagination toward this fragile household item, intent on giving burnt out bulbs a second life as something very different, and aesthetically pleasing. It’s very easy to make, use of turning a light bulb into an oil burner, terrarium and many another interesting things. Used light bulbs, typically destined for the trash bin, could be the setting for an adorable miniature terrarium, practically any clear glass container can contain a tiny greenhouse, providing humidity and warmth to plants.
Clip It Display a rotating exhibit of your favorite postcards, prints, and pictures. To make it, you'll need a piece of medium-density fiberboard (MDF) and an oversize white crafts clothespin (both are available at crafts stores). Paint the MDF and clothespin white.
Clip It Display a rotating exhibit of your favorite postcards, prints, and pictures. To make it, you'll need a piece of medium-density fiberboard (MDF) and an oversize white crafts clothespin (both are available at crafts stores). Paint the MDF and clothespin white. When the paint is dry, attach a picture hanger to the back of the MDF and use wood glue to secure the clothespin to the front.
Designer paper with the kidos! Is it fun? Yup!
Ever since Asa’s pirate party , I’ve wanted to make these Treasure Stones I heard about from Kid Concoctions. Today, I felt like making something fun and decided to try them with the kids. I think the idea got in my head because Asa wore his pirate hat and pirate sword for most of the morning. He walked around saying things like, “Arrrgh, Mateys! Welcome to yer ship!” (He’s got a pretty good pirate accent for a 2 year old.)
It’s Celebrate the Boy Month at Made and Made by Rae . Dana and Rae are serving up tons of boy tutorials, ideas and inspiration over on their respective blogs. Plus they are offering giveaways and other good stuff. So be sure to check it out.
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I’ve seen recipes for homemade puffy paint many times over the years, but I never took the time to make it with the kids until today. What a shame I waited this long! The kids had a blast and developed lots of ways to use it.
DIY Fabric peonies Use them later to decorate your gifts as toppers, as brooches or hair accessory, for the tableset. Tag-shaped stamps You can reuse them at any time to decorate gifts, envelopes, patterns, printing labels or even tags! DIY chalkboard mug
In honor of World Card Making Day I thought I would do something special. This is my first tutorial ever! I really hope you like it and find it useful.
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