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Be festive! Make a garland!

Father’s day is coming up on Sunday! Make a garland to surprise your dad! Obviously, you could take this craft a lot farther than I did here.  However, cutting out those letters really took a lot out of me (I … Continue reading

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Homemade Sugar Scrub

Homemade beauty products are awesome. Why? I’ll tell ya. Natural ingredients – You know exactly what’s in them and don’t have to worry about weird chemicals on your skin. Custom made for your skin. You can tweak the ingredients to … Continue reading

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Iced Tea Can Flowers

Litter your room with immortal iced tea can flowers! They make gorgeous decorations and easy to customize and make your own! Cut a tall can in half after carefully slicing off the top and bottom. Cut whatever shape petals you … Continue reading

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Magazine Art

Not really sure how to explain these, but basically experimenting with different mediums is an excellent way to understanding art in all its forms. Millions of magazines sadly go to waste everyday, and salvaging one for a small art project … Continue reading

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Colorful Wire Wrapping

Remember an older post about wire wrapping? Well here’s flower wire wrapping taken to another level. All it takes is some patience and a few pretty colors of string. This adorable charm could be used on a necklace, earrings, a … Continue reading

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Custom Pouches

These pouches only need basic sewing skills, a couple swatches of fabric, a button, and a magazine clipping or picture. Sew the two swatches together (facing inside out), making sure to leave room for the flap. Then sew the button … Continue reading

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Incense Holder

Yesterday Steph gave me some AMAZING incense and it reminded me of this incense holder I made a while ago. All I did was take an old cardboard jewelry box (earrings are often sold in these boxes) and use a … Continue reading

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