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[2 Apr 2014 | One Comment | 980 views]
Make a Fabric Infinity Scarf

One of the most dangerous things I have ever encountered at a craft store?  A whole table of fabrics for $1 per yard.  I’m usually not much of a fabric hoarder, but deals like that bring out my tendency to obsessively collect!  The problem is, I end up with boxes and boxes of pretty cottons – and I very rarely sew.  Since the odds of …

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[15 Mar 2014 | No Comment | 809 views]
Make Cardboard Tube Bracelets

Jewelry crafts are fun and fashionable no matter what your age. And young crafters will love these kid-sized, recycled cuff bracelets! Kim at Learn Create Love made these with her daughter, using recycled cardboard tubes as a base and then letting their imaginations run wild.  Chances are, you probably already have everything you need to create these on hand, making them a great project for …

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[13 Mar 2014 | One Comment | 3,046 views]
10 Recycled Hair Accessories for Spring

Get your accessories stash spring-ready with these cute recycled hair accessories.

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[22 Feb 2014 | No Comment | 913 views]
Make Baby Neckties from Fabric Scraps

Do you have a fabric problem? If you’re like me, you may not be able to part with your fabric scraps. Or you might have a tendency to buy fat quarters when they are on sale for $1 without any real plan for how to use them. If you’ve got some manly prints in your stash, these little neckties from The DIY Mommy are are …

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[21 Feb 2014 | No Comment | 3,228 views]
Best DIY Week Ever! 8 Projects

This might be the best DIY week ever from my crafty designer friends! We have something for everyone: whimsical, geeky, stylish, and boho. Which kind of crafter are you? Check out these eight great projects:

Add a shot of woodland whimsy to your decor with a Mushroom Tuffet by Debi’s Design Diary.
More whimsy (that you can wear!) with these sweet tea and cakes rings from Cathie …

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[16 Feb 2014 | One Comment | 1,634 views]
Make a Ruffled Pregnancy Belly Band from a T-shirt

If you have been pregnant any time in the last five years or so, you are probably well aware of the miracle that is the belly band. If you haven’t been pregnant that recently, let me tell you: it’s awesome! It helps hold up your pants (both maternity and pre-maternity) as well as gives your belly some extra coverage from shirts that are too short …

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[27 Jan 2014 | 7 Comments | 8,509 views]
Tutorial: Valentine’s Day Infinity Scarf

Every time the holidays change, I make a point of visiting Dollar Tree to see what’s new for the season.  This year I spotted something that I was instantly drawn to: lightweight fabric scarves.  They were obviously made of cheap materials and weren’t much of anything special on their own, but I had a feeling that with a little DIY they could be transformed into …

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[25 Jan 2014 | 2 Comments | 1,166 views]
Make Milk Jug Rings

For the resourceful jewelry maker, nearly anything can be turned into a wearable piece of art.  For example, take these rings from Leslie at Pink Stripey Socks that were cut out of an empty milk jug!  She shows just how easy it is to come up with your own whimsical ring designs – it’s simple enough that it would make a good project for older …

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[17 Jan 2014 | 2 Comments | 2,267 views]
Make a Book Page Ring

Paper is one of the most amazing craft supplies there is.  No, really!  It’s inexpensive, easily accessible, and simple to manipulate in many different ways.  Take, for instance, this book page ring by Adrianne at Crafts Unleashed.  Awesome, right?  She used Hard Coat Mod Podge to seal the ring, making it durable enough to withstand day-to-day wear.  You could use any pretty papers you have on …

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[14 Jan 2014 | 3 Comments | 2,217 views]
Tutorial: DIY Wrapped Wire Charms

I’ve been on a bit of a jewelry making kick.  The thing I love about making my own jewelry and accessories is that it’s a fun way to update my wardrobe without buying new clothes.  A new necklace or pin seems to bring new life to an old outfit.

In this post I showed how to use Dimensional Magic and glitter to transform glass pieces.  Now …