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Lamp Shade Lanterns - simple thrift store finds turned outdoor wonderland. All you need is a string of bulbs and some fantastic shades.

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Lamp Shade Lanterns - simple thrift store finds turned outdoor wonderland. All you need is a string of bulbs and some fantastic shades.

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 DIY Ribbon Pillow. Found at FontCrafts here. Sew ribbon on pillows to spell simple words. Made with wool flannel and ribbon via MeMake on Flickr.

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 DIY Ribbon Pillow. Found at FontCrafts here. Sew ribbon on pillows to spell simple words. Made with wool flannel and ribbon via MeMake on Flickr.

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DIY BUSINESS CARD HOLDER : Julie Ann Art 
Lovely recycled tin turned business card holder. Carry them around and show them off. Also, cute to boot!

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DIY BUSINESS CARD HOLDER : Julie Ann Art

Lovely recycled tin turned business card holder. Carry them around and show them off. Also, cute to boot!

scissorsandthread:

DIY Map Ideas | Blue Moss
Another map craft! This is a lovely way to remember your travels. I’m sure you have maps from the places you’ve visited. You can purchase wooden letters and glue the maps to the letters - this would look great as a vignette with a couple of framed pictures too. There are some other great ideas here too, click through!

scissorsandthread:

DIY Map Ideas | Blue Moss

Another map craft! This is a lovely way to remember your travels. I’m sure you have maps from the places you’ve visited. You can purchase wooden letters and glue the maps to the letters - this would look great as a vignette with a couple of framed pictures too. There are some other great ideas here too, click through!

dannaklein:

Paint chip Table Topper - grab a glass-top table for cheap at a garage sale or your local IKEA. Remove the glass and top the table with various squares and rectangles of your preferred color palette. Carefully add the glass topper back on and enjoy an instantly revamped, colorful creation!

dannaklein:

Paint chip Table Topper - grab a glass-top table for cheap at a garage sale or your local IKEA. Remove the glass and top the table with various squares and rectangles of your preferred color palette. Carefully add the glass topper back on and enjoy an instantly revamped, colorful creation!

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Stacking Drawers. Found at Desire to Inspire here. Love the colors they painted the drawers. It definitely doesn’t have that air of crappy homemade, but rather that of real design (which I’m sure it is). From Danish stylist Gitte Kjaer.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Stacking Drawers. Found at Desire to Inspire here. Love the colors they painted the drawers. It definitely doesn’t have that air of crappy homemade, but rather that of real design (which I’m sure it is). From Danish stylist Gitte Kjaer.

truebluemeandyou:

Shhhhh… another secret…. well sort of. The Specialty Bottle Company. No minimum order. Wonder where crafty people got their lip balm containers, their cute tins with the slide tops, bottles - plastic and glass, and vials? Love this company and website. here.

truebluemeandyou:

Shhhhh… another secret…. well sort of. The Specialty Bottle Company. No minimum order. Wonder where crafty people got their lip balm containers, their cute tins with the slide tops, bottles - plastic and glass, and vials? Love this company and website. here.

scissorsandthread:

Stamping Fever | Nifty Thrifty Things
Did you ever make stamps out of your erasers in school? I might have… in maths… Which is probably why I failed maths. But now I can make my own stamps without any guilt! I love the crown stamp here, though I think I could make all of these!

scissorsandthread:

Stamping Fever | Nifty Thrifty Things

Did you ever make stamps out of your erasers in school? I might have… in maths… Which is probably why I failed maths. But now I can make my own stamps without any guilt! I love the crown stamp here, though I think I could make all of these!

recycledfrockery:

Braided Clay Bracelet | Instructables
These are so pretty! I would never have guessed they were made from clay. What I like about these is that I can make them to actually fit my hand. I have what they call ‘giant hands’ and all those pretty silver, gold, plastic and etc bangles get to about my knuckles before I sadly put them back on the shelf. Another great Christmas present idea? Yes, I believe so!

See more instructables from lindsay kujawa

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Braided Clay Bracelet | Instructables

These are so pretty! I would never have guessed they were made from clay. What I like about these is that I can make them to actually fit my hand. I have what they call ‘giant hands’ and all those pretty silver, gold, plastic and etc bangles get to about my knuckles before I sadly put them back on the shelf. Another great Christmas present idea? Yes, I believe so!

See more instructables from lindsay kujawa

(Source: scissorsandthread)

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Ferris Wheel Embroidery Pattern | Just Crafty Enough
Embroidery is such a calming pass time, I suggest it to any crafty folk out there who are looking for a project! This is a really sweet pattern too, and it’s free yo! You can go for the black or try a hot pink or sky blue. If you’re feeling adventurous or want a long term project, you could try making this A3 size! That would look awesome!

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Ferris Wheel Embroidery Pattern | Just Crafty Enough

Embroidery is such a calming pass time, I suggest it to any crafty folk out there who are looking for a project! This is a really sweet pattern too, and it’s free yo! You can go for the black or try a hot pink or sky blue. If you’re feeling adventurous or want a long term project, you could try making this A3 size! That would look awesome!

(Source: scissorsandthread)

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DIY Gift Wrapping Using Craft Store “Gems”. Found at Fancy House Road I just found this idea really sweet. Take a bag of gems ($1 or much less) and arrange them nicely on a package for someone special.

recycledfrockery:

DIY Gift Wrapping Using Craft Store “Gems”. Found at Fancy House Road I just found this idea really sweet. Take a bag of gems ($1 or much less) and arrange them nicely on a package for someone special.