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Shady Shades - DIY Sunglass Curtain!

Shady Shades - DIY Sunglass Curtain!

Marcela sent in this link to Instructables where there is a such a fun and ironic recycled tutorial on how to make a recycled sunglasses window shade.

I so need this! Cooper slams his door behind him every morning when he gets up. DIY No Sew Door Muff via makeandtakes.com

DIY No-Sew Door Muff

DIY No-Sew Door Muff. Kids can't slam or lock doors.

Minted Strawberry: DIY: Drab to Fab Binder Re-Vamp

Additional Craft Information:You can give out holiday greeting cards during the holidays for your business.

Lampjes maken

Take a bunch of the paper cups with no or less paint, so the light can go through. Mark the base with a little cross and use a razor or knife to puncture the bottom of the cup accordingly. Insert the string lights, hang, light and celebrate.

One Pretty Thing - A cute database of DIY craft tutorials! Lots to choose from, regular updates and nicely arranged!

One Pretty Thing - DIY craft tutorials, huge number of handmade gift ideas sorted in categories

I could finagle something like this out front.  WELCOME ABOARD Crab Trap Sign Nautical Decor by WaywardWoodshop

I could finagle something like this out front. WELCOME ABOARD Crab Trap Sign Nautical Decor by WaywardWoodshop

We have two very special guests today, all the way from Singapore.  They’re stopping by to share with you a little of the book arts – specifically how to easily create what we’re calling an “experience journal” with your child.   I love the idea of using them to capture some of the journeys you …

DIY Book Binding: Experience Journals

DIY Book Binding I go through journals like crazy. Decided I'm gonna start making my own and just buy reams of paper. Even better with school supplies everywhere, you can buy ruled paper on sale right now.

Binder clips. #modpodge

Just add fabric. so cute! All you need is some fabric, a little mod podge and about 5 minutes. Trim the fabric to size, apply one coat of Mod Podge, press fabric into place, and apply one more coat of Mod Podge. Let air dry.

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