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Annette Bolcarovic -Aug 16, 2015, 10:26AM
Love these ideas Thank you
play and get Minecraft for free -Nov 27, 2013, 3:25PM
Pretty! This has been an extremely wonderful post. Thank you for providing this info.

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Shreya -Feb 24, 2015, 2:50AM
I am planning to do it with a different color tshirt in light dark effect. http://itsevalicious.com/a-watermark-shirt-the-way-to-do-it-yourself
Aundrea -Oct 05, 2014, 1:30PM
Many thanks for this web page, can happily announce we now have a steam shower of our own and we think it's great

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Makayla Brown -Mar 17, 2015, 10:12AM
I didnt have tweezers so i just used a nail clipper and it worked
jenna -Dec 11, 2014, 3:49PM
nice video please never wear such noisy jewelry again

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My Aunt and Uncle have been collecting beach glass for years. When I was recently at their house for a visit, I was fascinated by how many pieces they have acquired over time. I picked up a few and started looking at them. I thought to myself, “There has to be something cool that you can do with all of this glass.” I remembered Julia’s wood photo transfer post, and that gave me the idea to try a photo transfer on a different type of medium-beach glass! I snagged a couple of white pieces from my Aunt and Uncle (with their permission) and tried out the photo transfer technique. Read more »

Isabel -May 26, 2015, 12:05AM
I tried it. It works! How to make it waterproof? I soaked it into water and after some minutes the image fell off from the glass. Can anyone suggest how can I make it waterproof? Thank you!
Angela Downer -Mar 16, 2015, 1:15PM
This is super cute, and it isn't even that hard. My favorite use of it that you showed is for yard decorations. I think I might make some and then hang the glass in my yard, as sort of a makeshift wind chimes.

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Anonymous -Jul 17, 2015, 10:30PM
What plants did you use for the light bulb?
Lulu -Jun 08, 2015, 4:27AM
So basic and boring. My brother's friend's wife makes way cooler ones with the wire wrapping and curling around the glass with beads and charms! That's what I want to make. Can't find any tutorials on how to do that anywhere. I'll just have to ask her.

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We’ve had these DIY Embroidered iPhone 5 Cases available on our site for a while now, and I feel like they’ve been kind of like a hidden gem, just waiting to be discovered. That’s why today I wanted to let you guys know that they exist — and to try one out for myself! Read more »

asima -Mar 13, 2014, 4:45AM
Awesome collection..!!!sony mobiles
ReTreasured Leather -Feb 16, 2014, 7:57AM
Very cute and Unique. Great way to express your individual style!

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Nicole -May 13, 2015, 8:41AM
Thank you for sharing. Here is my recipe for a furniture polish: Mix two parts olive oil and one part lemon juice.
Natalie -Mar 07, 2014, 4:55PM
Is this surface cleaner good on wood and other different types of surfaces?

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My sister recently got a pair of brand new white Converse, and knowing how much I love a blank canvas, she let me get crafty with them! Read more »

keirsten -Aug 03, 2015, 1:07PM
Hello! I am getting married and I am looking to embroider "Mr" and "Mrs" on 2 pairs of chucks, along with a date. Would this work if I can get the Mr and Mrs done on a small piece of fabric and sew it to the back of the shoe?
Ava -Jan 05, 2014, 1:49PM
I love this idea! Fair warning though, doesn't work as well on low-tops because of the heel support on the back, it is very hard to push a needle through. I broke a needle when I was halfway done! Other than that, turned out perfect!

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Jessica -May 27, 2014, 2:09PM
where did you purchase these paint sticks? they are such nice hues.
kristin -May 19, 2014, 8:21PM
did you stay in each of the paint sticks before you did this? What suggestions do you have for multi colored stains that work together to create this look? I love it!

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I tend to live in cutoffs during the summer months, and I always find myself embellishing them or patching them in various ways to make them unique (I have proof: see my DIY Studded Cutoffs, DIY Updated Cutoffs, Floral Patch Cutoffs, and American Flag Cutoffs).  This year I was inspired by our July catalog and its boy-meets-girl styling.  I love the idea of incorporating girl elements into a boyish pair of shorts through patching with lace.  It’s a great way to repair your shorts while simultaneously making them look even cuter! Read more »

Brooke A -Feb 11, 2014, 8:29PM
where are your rings from on your hand shown in the picture?? i love them!
knitascarf -Aug 13, 2013, 11:57AM
This is a great idea because sometimes they can be pricey.http://www.learnhowtoknitascarf.com

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A camera strap always comes in handy, especially when you’re constantly taking photos. I recently found a way to recycle old lightweight scarves into cute little camera straps — it’s pretty quick to do, too. Read more »

Henrietta -Dec 05, 2013, 12:27AM
Get real. Hot glue? no. Stitching is best. Also, for you city dwellers, weave a few strands of light weight aircraft safety wire, or at least picture hangar wire or something similar, to keep the creeps from knifing through that flimsy scarf. I trust everybody. But then, I don't live in the real world, being from southern Missouri where everybody trusts.
Jason -Oct 30, 2013, 11:21AM
Neat idea, but hot glue that's just nutty. Clearly the writer didn't do proper research.

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I always love incorporating natural wood into my home – especially in the kitchen. I was feeling really inspired by our Sacred Geometry lookbook, and thought it could be cool to interpret the idea using wooden kitchen tools like a cutting board and some spoons. Read more »

Jaclyn -Jul 09, 2013, 1:30PM
Where do you find food grade paint?! did you just use non-toxic acrylic and then seal it?
Crista -Jul 02, 2013, 10:07AM
love.

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