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[25 Jan 2014 | 2 Comments | 1,171 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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[21 Jan 2014 | 3 Comments | 2,908 views]
Tutorial: Make Rubber Band Jewelry Without a Loom

Have you caught the rubber band jewelry making craze?  It seems that the rubber band bracelet loom was one of THE must have items last Christmas.  You actually don’t need a loom, though, to jump into this fad, and you can find the itty bitty rubber bands in the beauty section of Dollar Tree.

My kids wanted a loom for Christmas, and received one.  Unfortunately, the …

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[17 Jan 2014 | 2 Comments | 2,277 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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[16 Jan 2014 | 4 Comments | 12,845 views]
DIY Fashion: 10 Sweet Refashioned Dresses

Could your wardrobe use a little bit of oomph? Check out these DIY fashion ideas to help you refashion some of your old clothes into cute dresses or give an old dress a brand new life.

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[14 Jan 2014 | 3 Comments | 2,248 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 …

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[13 Jan 2014 | No Comment | 1,283 views]
Make Washi Tape Band Aids

Every boo-boo feels better with a band aid, and washi tape just makes everything better in general.  It would stand to reason, then, that washi tape band aids could possibly be a miracle cure for all of life’s minor cuts and abrasions!  Stephanie at Think Crafts! combined the two items, creating pretty band aids DIY-style.  No mater your age, your next scrape or paper cut …

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[10 Jan 2014 | No Comment | 1,539 views]
Four No-Sew Scarf Embellishment Ideas

Dollar store scarves are inexpensive, but maybe a little ho-hum. This week I got my craft on and came up with four ideas for no-sew embellishments, taking these dollar store scarves from boring to bravo! You can see my project over at the very inspiring kids’ craft blog at the Kix Cereal site: [4 no-sew scarf embellishment ideas]
Project Materials:

Dollar store scarf, $1
Dollar store embellishments, $1 …

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[5 Jan 2014 | 2 Comments | 2,387 views]
Make Reversible Ribbon Bracelets

I’ll admit it: I am a ribbon junkie.  And I tend to buy more of it than I actually use – I just can’t walk away when I see a pretty pattern or color at an unbeatable price, so over the years my collection has grown to the point where it is nearing ridiculousness.  This project from Bonnie at Going Home to Roost is a …

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[3 Jan 2014 | No Comment | 1,401 views]
Make an Easy Superhero Cape

When Jessica from Mad in Crafts threw her son a superhero-themed birthday party, she knew that capes would be a fun thing to have on hand for the kids.  So she whipped up a whole stack of them, cleverly using thrifted t-shirts!  They make a great party favor – or just a fun addition to a dress-up collection – and they’re a great way to …

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[2 Jan 2014 | 4 Comments | 7,395 views]
10 Cozy No-Knit Scarves

The holidays may be winding down, but if you live in the northern hemisphere that doesn’t mean the end of chilly days for at least another couple of months. Stay warm and cozy in one of these scarves that don’t require any knitting or crochet skills at all.