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Thursday, 19 December 2013

DIY : Painted Heart Bag

DIY Mason Jar Light

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These jar lights look really interesting. You can try making such ones on your own. Just follow the activities shown on the pictures and if you are careful you will gain success. The method is simple but the result is effective lighting.


DIY Mason Jar Light
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Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Saturday, 14 December 2013

Wednesday, 11 December 2013

word search

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A word search with everyone's names. Circle the name of the recipient. Use Puzzlemaker on DiscoveryEducation.

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Tuesday, 10 December 2013

helpppppp

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I am somewhere between loving this or hating it. Is this too much?



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DIY HAIR ACCESSORIE

Monday, 18 November 2013

rolled paper ornaments (tutorial)

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1. Cut construction paper lengthwise (9″ long) in the following widths, in alternating colors: 3″, 2-3/4″, 2-1/2″, 2-1/4″, 2″, 1-3/4″, 1-1/2″, 1-1/4″, and 1″.
2. Take the widest piece and adhere mounting tape across the center.  Take 8″ of ribbon, fold, and place on the mounting tape.
3. Roll.
4. Take the second widest piece and adhere mounting tape across the center.
5. Roll.  Repeat for all pieces, going from widest, until you’ve rolled the second last piece.
6. When you get to the narrowest piece, place the mounting tape directly on the center of the ornament, and cut it about 3/4″ from where you began.  Place double sided tape where the seams will meet.  This will ensure the final seam is flat, and not raised.
7. Roll the final piece only once around and cut at the seam.
8. Take a long strip of construction paper at 1/8″ wide and quill (roll) until you get curls and cut at random lengths.  Dip the quilled strips in glue and apply across the ornament


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DIY OMBRE GLASS ORNAMENTS

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To make the ornaments, you will need: DecoArt transparent Glass Stain, clear glass ornaments, string, a small round bowl to dip the ornament in, and a paper grocery bag to catch any drips.
Step 1: Clean/dust outside of ornament with a damp cloth.
Step 2: Empty out entire bottle of glass stain into your dish.
Step 3: Tie end of a ~12 inch long string to top of the ornament. Knot a loop on the other end to hang the ornament while the paint dries.
Step 4: Wrap string around your hand and fingers so that it isn’t in the way, and submerge ornament about halfway. Pull out, letting paint drip off, then submerge again about 1/3 of the way. Pull ornament out, then submerge in smaller increments.
Step 5: Hang ornament over a paper grocery bag to drip-dry. I hung my ornaments off my cabinet knobs in the kitchen. The stain will pool to the bottom of the ornament, creating a little bubble. While the paint is wet, gently wipe this off with your fingertip. I left the ornaments to dry, but returned every 10 minutes to wipe off more paint. If the paint hardens, this is a little trickier to do. Just smooth it against the ornament gently.
Step 6: Cover any leftover paint with plastic wrap (use this paint for step 7).
Step 7: When the first layer of stain is completely dried. I dipped just the lower 1/4 my ornament back in to deepen the color. Let dry.



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snowman wreath

Crafts mason jar Christmas decor

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Crafts mason jar Christmas decor - Very cute idea!

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Saturday, 16 November 2013