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How to Make a Woven Button Coaster

How to Make a Woven Button Coaster
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Paper flower tutorial I thought some of you would enjoy a quick tutorial on how to make those little paper flowers I used as part of my table setting a couple weeks ago. The credit for these go to Martha Stewart (I saw this idea nearly 10 years ago in her magazine, but haven't been able to find it on her website). So here I go.. Step 1: Draw a spiral on a 4x4" square sheet of paper

DIY Stone Sconces This is a super easy project that anyone can do on the super cheap. I wanted some nice sconces for my guest bath downstairs. I looked high and low and couldn’t find anything I wanted and the ones I did like were about $20 a piece….story of my life. - StumbleUpon I love using mason jars for decorating and a seemingly endless supply of craft projects. But rainbow tinted mason jars, just like the vintage ones you can never find anymore? This one might be my favorite project with mason jars yet! Mason Jars Mod Podge in Gloss (buy it here) Food coloring Ramekins to mix colors Newspaper or paper bag

This Vintage Chica: Rag Rug Tutorial Finally! I first blogged about this rag rug back in early September and immediately got several questions about how to make one. I googled "rag rugs" to see if there was an easy tutorial to send people to, but I couldnt find directions that were not too complicated or quite right for how I am crocheting this rug. I guess there are several ways to use rags to make rugs...hooked, braided, sewed, crocheted, binded, etc. Not one fit exactly how my Grammer Shirley taught me when I was a girl.

Crystal Enamel Drinking Glasses My kids are old enough that we can all use glass to drink out of now. However, it seems they haven’t outgrown using a million cups everyday to drink from. There’s always a sink full of glasses because they take a new one whenever they get a drink. I thought about doing monograms or even names, but I really wanted a set of drinking glasses that were more stylish and grown up. For the Love...: I {heart} gift wrap guest post: DIY burlap gift bows My first guest in the I {heart} gift wrap series is Carrie Stroud of The Rowdy Stroudys. She's the sweetest mom who takes fabulous pictures and always has classy taste. She and I both like to throw a good party. I'm so glad she was willing to participate, because I've never seen a project of hers I didn't like. Hello For The Love fans! My name is Carrie and I am so excited to be guest posting here today.

- Wonder Forest -: Make a vase out of sticks! Tutorial time! I have been feeling extra crafty lately! Did you guys like yesterday's tutorial by my fiance?! This project is so easy, your children could do it... and the result is adorable! Here's how to make a woodland chic fabulous vase! You will need:Sticks and twigsAn empty coffee canHot glue gunHand saw or something to cut the twigs withDark paper Recycle clothing: Braided Rag Rug Material: 3 bath towels that had stains on them, but otherwise were in really good shape so I decided to turn them into my next project. I folded each towel in half and cut into 1.5 in strips. I cut up each towel. They were all about the same size towel.

DIY: Blueprint-Inspired Holiday Project Our own Angelica completed a DIY project over the holidays that's positively brilliant. She writes: After a series of failed baking adventures I realized it was time for me to transfer my love for YumSugar and food magazines to CasaSugar and design magazines. In the spirit of the holidays I picked a Light Bright project from this month's Blueprint magazine. I must admit, I'm a much better painter and craftswoman than I am a baker so the project was definitely a confidence booster. The Blueprint picture is on the left, my replica is on the right.

Custom Color Chalkboard Paint - Martha Stewart Organizing Crafts Thanks to paint that dries into a chalkboard finish, your board can be whatever size you desire and placed wherever you like. Store-bought formulas come in traditional green and black. But you can also follow our recipe to mix your own batch in any shade. Cleverly applied chalkboard paint means new places to track appointments, keep lists, and leave messages. Garies Clay Creations: How to create a cute furry teddy bear using polymer clay and pipe cleaner How To Create A Furry Teddy Bear With Pipe Cleaner And Polymer Clay Bend, Twist and Create Creating Miniature Furries By Combining Polymer Clay With Pipe Cleaner Creating A Hundred Furry Miniatures As Gifts, For All My Young Students Half Size Miniature Furries.....The World's Smallest Delphi Forum: Half Size Miniature Furries...The World's Smallest CITY-O-Clay Forum: Miniature Furries How To Create A Prehistoric Furry Mammoth Using Polymer Clay And Pipe Cleaner Decorative Furry Ball Combined WithPolymer Clay And Pipe Cleaner ToCreate, Learn, Play and Gift Encouraging Young Students In Play Clay Enrichment Class Rewarding Them With Handmade Gifts MINI AD-VENTUREMaking miniatures combining polymer clay with color balls, poms poms to pipe cleaners

Recycled Plastic Fat Bottom Bag   I present my plarn fat bottom bag that I crocheted using recycled plastic newspaper bags. You may remember me saying that it is difficult for me to obtain pretty colors in plastic bags for my crafting. Well thanks to a suggestion from a blogger friend, I asked my local library to save their newspaper bags for me. They have been giving me one pink and one orange plastic bag daily from their newspapers. Crafty Weekend My friend, Olivia, came over today because she wanted to make some painted glasses like I had done in February. Since I can not sit idly by while other people are being crafty, I made these two new glasses. The favorite for me is definitely the squid, only heightened by the fact I used purple and yellow on it which makes it look way more awesome than I could have ever dreamed. It took me a little while to finish due to all the curves, tentacles and whatnot. Also, I mixed some of the paints into a more varied tonal range this time around.

Jewlery Resin Looking for a quick and easy gift for Valentine’s Day? This project fits the bill. Remember this post on patriotic resin jewelry? The process is the same, except I used Valentine’s Day sprinkles instead of red, white and blue. I also used heart shape bezels which I found with the polymer clay at Hobby Lobby. Follow along for the step by step, and you will be on your way to your very own LOVE jewelry.

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indeed! they stopped posting new vids tho : ( secret life of a bionerd is the only one left by kendra May 23

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