Constellation Jar

Constellation Jar
I asked Amy of This Heart of Mine for a project that would be fun for kids or adults. I love that she thought of star-gazing! We’re so far into the countryside, that the stars here are outrageously bright. It’s awesome! — Gabrielle Star gazing is one of my favorite things.

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Mason Jar Lights I saw them last summer for the first time. We were in a fairy-tale-like chocolate shop at the end of the world (or so it seemed) and these mason jar light fixtures were the best idea for making the shop even greater. I snapped a quick photo and kept the memory alive until today when I found a DIY on how to make mason jar lights yourself! Take a stroll to Senseless Sophistication for an in-depth tutorial on how to make your own for as little as $5 as opposed to $40 - $200! I also found a cute DIY video by megruth, that will give you a few more crafty ideas for this vintage looking light pendant! Did you notice what's written on the jar on the photo?

52 Reasons | Redux This is one of the first crafts I'd ever posted online. I used to belong to a community called Craftster.org (waaaay back in the day). It's still around but I rarely remember to visit. However, it pops up on my radar about this time of year. Turn Your T-Shirts Into Tote Bags - Brit & Co. - Style If you’re still busy spring cleaning, we’re guessing you’ve come across a lot of t-shirts that you can’t quite get rid of but don’t really need. Naturally, it”s time to repurpose! Today we’ll show you a ridiculously easy way to turn your t-shirts into eco-friendly reusable tote bags inspired by similar DIY projects found on Leethal and HonestlyWTF. The greatest thing about this project is that it’s pretty likely you’ve got all the materials at home. All you need is an old t-shirt, scissors, and a safety pin. Simple, (almost) free, and super convenient.

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