Crts & Arafts
so i don't forget these DYI projects ;)
Crts & Arafts
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handmadepride:

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scissorsandthread:

Upcycle Your World! | CD Cases & Spindles
If you were born before MP3’s, you probably have a stack of CD cases sitting around, gathering dust and getting more brittle by the day. And if you’re born after MP3’s, you probably have CD spindles sitting around too! Well instead of chucking them in the bin, Upcycle those babies into something special. I particularly like the little CD glass house - so cute!
CD Glass House | Moodkids
Grow Grass In A CD Case | Puj
Spindle Case Plant House | Life Hacker
Instagram Photo Frames | Hello Giggles
Washi Tape Calendar | The Crafty Swedes
CD Case Labyrinth  | The Journals Of Giddy Giddy
scissorsandthread:

Upcycle Your World! | CD Cases & Spindles
If you were born before MP3’s, you probably have a stack of CD cases sitting around, gathering dust and getting more brittle by the day. And if you’re born after MP3’s, you probably have CD spindles sitting around too! Well instead of chucking them in the bin, Upcycle those babies into something special. I particularly like the little CD glass house - so cute!
CD Glass House | Moodkids
Grow Grass In A CD Case | Puj
Spindle Case Plant House | Life Hacker
Instagram Photo Frames | Hello Giggles
Washi Tape Calendar | The Crafty Swedes
CD Case Labyrinth  | The Journals Of Giddy Giddy
scissorsandthread:

Upcycle Your World! | CD Cases & Spindles
If you were born before MP3’s, you probably have a stack of CD cases sitting around, gathering dust and getting more brittle by the day. And if you’re born after MP3’s, you probably have CD spindles sitting around too! Well instead of chucking them in the bin, Upcycle those babies into something special. I particularly like the little CD glass house - so cute!
CD Glass House | Moodkids
Grow Grass In A CD Case | Puj
Spindle Case Plant House | Life Hacker
Instagram Photo Frames | Hello Giggles
Washi Tape Calendar | The Crafty Swedes
CD Case Labyrinth  | The Journals Of Giddy Giddy
scissorsandthread:

Upcycle Your World! | CD Cases & Spindles
If you were born before MP3’s, you probably have a stack of CD cases sitting around, gathering dust and getting more brittle by the day. And if you’re born after MP3’s, you probably have CD spindles sitting around too! Well instead of chucking them in the bin, Upcycle those babies into something special. I particularly like the little CD glass house - so cute!
CD Glass House | Moodkids
Grow Grass In A CD Case | Puj
Spindle Case Plant House | Life Hacker
Instagram Photo Frames | Hello Giggles
Washi Tape Calendar | The Crafty Swedes
CD Case Labyrinth  | The Journals Of Giddy Giddy
scissorsandthread:

Upcycle Your World! | CD Cases & Spindles
If you were born before MP3’s, you probably have a stack of CD cases sitting around, gathering dust and getting more brittle by the day. And if you’re born after MP3’s, you probably have CD spindles sitting around too! Well instead of chucking them in the bin, Upcycle those babies into something special. I particularly like the little CD glass house - so cute!
CD Glass House | Moodkids
Grow Grass In A CD Case | Puj
Spindle Case Plant House | Life Hacker
Instagram Photo Frames | Hello Giggles
Washi Tape Calendar | The Crafty Swedes
CD Case Labyrinth  | The Journals Of Giddy Giddy
scissorsandthread:

Upcycle Your World! | CD Cases & Spindles
If you were born before MP3’s, you probably have a stack of CD cases sitting around, gathering dust and getting more brittle by the day. And if you’re born after MP3’s, you probably have CD spindles sitting around too! Well instead of chucking them in the bin, Upcycle those babies into something special. I particularly like the little CD glass house - so cute!
CD Glass House | Moodkids
Grow Grass In A CD Case | Puj
Spindle Case Plant House | Life Hacker
Instagram Photo Frames | Hello Giggles
Washi Tape Calendar | The Crafty Swedes
CD Case Labyrinth  | The Journals Of Giddy Giddy
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tiffdoeslife:

How I personally removed 80% of my stretchmarks in 1 application
I made a post about this on this blog a while back, but since I have been redesigning everything it was deleted. 
What you will need:
1/2 cut ground coffee
1/2 cup grapeseed oil
2 small bowls 
Hot water
Warm towels 
Directions: 
Fill one small bowl half way with hot water (can be boiled or microwaved) In the other bowl, mix coffee grounds and grape seed oil. Place coffee and grape seed oil on top of the warm water bowl to heat the coffee scrub. Let stand 3 minutes. Next, scrub stretch mark areas with the scrub for 5-7 minutes. This is going to stimulate blood flow and help tissue repair. The grape seed oil also has antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that help with wrinkles, scars, etc as well as deeply penetrating and moisturizing the skin. Once You are finished scrubbing, wrap warm towel around area and let the scrub soak into your skin for approximately 20 minutes. Shower, moisturize and you’re finished! I had unsightly stretchmarks (deep purple and thin white ones) under my butt and on the inside of my thighs for a few years. After reading about the benefits of grape seed oil and various coffee scrubs in a holistic book my aunt gave me, I made my own version and was very pleased with the results. These are all ingredients that you can find at most groceries stores or in your cabinet already! If you try this, let me know how it works for you :) It is also a great way to help reduce the appearance of cellulite. 
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amazinginterior:

New Post has been published on http://www.amazinginteriordesign.com/beautiful-easy-folded-paper-butterflies/

How Beautiful and Easy These Folded Paper Butterflies Are

Image via:  my poppet ,  family ,  i creative ideas 
To make each of these super easy butterflies first you have to take a square sheet of colored paper. Then fold it in half diagonally so that you get a triangle. Open the paper and place it in a way that you will get one upper and one lower triangle. Start making pleats in the paper starting from the centre to the corners of both the triangles one by one. Do the same steps to another piece of paper and then join them together in the centre with a thread. Detail the butterfly with pipe cleaner. Make more and decorate your rooms.

Image via:  paper craft central 
If you want you can try different shapes too like this one. Enjoy crafting!
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littlecraziness:

(via THE CUBE OF COLOR, NECKLACE DIY | MY WHITE IDEA DIY)
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glamourkills:

DIY Thursdays
Have a lot of tees, and need a cool and easy way to cut them? Here’s a cool way to update a tee into a breezy cut sleeve! This look is perfect to wear at any upcoming festivals, or if you’re going away on spring break.What you’ll need:Galaxy Flying Pig Scoop ScissorsChalk/Marker
At the top of the shirt, make a mark about two inches from the neck seam. Do the same on the other side of the neck.
Measure four to five inches from the bottom of both armholes, and make a mark with your chalk.  
Now it’s time to start cutting your shirt! You can try to cut the front and the back at the same time, but the easiest way is to cut the front, and then use it as a guide to cut out the back. Start cutting along the top of the sleeve, and cut to the mark you made at the very top. Then, cut down the front of the shirt to the mark you made on the side. Flip the shirt over, and cut down the back. Do the same to the other side of the shirt. By the end of this step, you should have a muscle tank!
Cut down both sides of the shirt.
Tuck the bottom edges of the shirt inside. This will make it easier to tie it in the next step.
Double knot both sides of the shirt.
Some tips:
It’s okay if you accidentally cut uneven edges! To smooth them out, tug lightly at the shirt. The edges should curl inwards, making the sides look smoother.
To make sure it fits out perfectly, try the shirt on after every step.
If you want a tighter or looser fit at the bottom, put the shirt on first before tying it.
This look is perfect for layering! Wear a cute bandeau underneath, or wear it to the beach as a cover up.
Happy crafting! Make sure you show us your Glamour Kills DIY looks by tagging your pictures with #glamourkills on Instagram and Twitter!
glamourkills:

DIY Thursdays
Have a lot of tees, and need a cool and easy way to cut them? Here’s a cool way to update a tee into a breezy cut sleeve! This look is perfect to wear at any upcoming festivals, or if you’re going away on spring break.What you’ll need:Galaxy Flying Pig Scoop ScissorsChalk/Marker
At the top of the shirt, make a mark about two inches from the neck seam. Do the same on the other side of the neck.
Measure four to five inches from the bottom of both armholes, and make a mark with your chalk.  
Now it’s time to start cutting your shirt! You can try to cut the front and the back at the same time, but the easiest way is to cut the front, and then use it as a guide to cut out the back. Start cutting along the top of the sleeve, and cut to the mark you made at the very top. Then, cut down the front of the shirt to the mark you made on the side. Flip the shirt over, and cut down the back. Do the same to the other side of the shirt. By the end of this step, you should have a muscle tank!
Cut down both sides of the shirt.
Tuck the bottom edges of the shirt inside. This will make it easier to tie it in the next step.
Double knot both sides of the shirt.
Some tips:
It’s okay if you accidentally cut uneven edges! To smooth them out, tug lightly at the shirt. The edges should curl inwards, making the sides look smoother.
To make sure it fits out perfectly, try the shirt on after every step.
If you want a tighter or looser fit at the bottom, put the shirt on first before tying it.
This look is perfect for layering! Wear a cute bandeau underneath, or wear it to the beach as a cover up.
Happy crafting! Make sure you show us your Glamour Kills DIY looks by tagging your pictures with #glamourkills on Instagram and Twitter!
glamourkills:

DIY Thursdays
Have a lot of tees, and need a cool and easy way to cut them? Here’s a cool way to update a tee into a breezy cut sleeve! This look is perfect to wear at any upcoming festivals, or if you’re going away on spring break.What you’ll need:Galaxy Flying Pig Scoop ScissorsChalk/Marker
At the top of the shirt, make a mark about two inches from the neck seam. Do the same on the other side of the neck.
Measure four to five inches from the bottom of both armholes, and make a mark with your chalk.  
Now it’s time to start cutting your shirt! You can try to cut the front and the back at the same time, but the easiest way is to cut the front, and then use it as a guide to cut out the back. Start cutting along the top of the sleeve, and cut to the mark you made at the very top. Then, cut down the front of the shirt to the mark you made on the side. Flip the shirt over, and cut down the back. Do the same to the other side of the shirt. By the end of this step, you should have a muscle tank!
Cut down both sides of the shirt.
Tuck the bottom edges of the shirt inside. This will make it easier to tie it in the next step.
Double knot both sides of the shirt.
Some tips:
It’s okay if you accidentally cut uneven edges! To smooth them out, tug lightly at the shirt. The edges should curl inwards, making the sides look smoother.
To make sure it fits out perfectly, try the shirt on after every step.
If you want a tighter or looser fit at the bottom, put the shirt on first before tying it.
This look is perfect for layering! Wear a cute bandeau underneath, or wear it to the beach as a cover up.
Happy crafting! Make sure you show us your Glamour Kills DIY looks by tagging your pictures with #glamourkills on Instagram and Twitter!
glamourkills:

DIY Thursdays
Have a lot of tees, and need a cool and easy way to cut them? Here’s a cool way to update a tee into a breezy cut sleeve! This look is perfect to wear at any upcoming festivals, or if you’re going away on spring break.What you’ll need:Galaxy Flying Pig Scoop ScissorsChalk/Marker
At the top of the shirt, make a mark about two inches from the neck seam. Do the same on the other side of the neck.
Measure four to five inches from the bottom of both armholes, and make a mark with your chalk.  
Now it’s time to start cutting your shirt! You can try to cut the front and the back at the same time, but the easiest way is to cut the front, and then use it as a guide to cut out the back. Start cutting along the top of the sleeve, and cut to the mark you made at the very top. Then, cut down the front of the shirt to the mark you made on the side. Flip the shirt over, and cut down the back. Do the same to the other side of the shirt. By the end of this step, you should have a muscle tank!
Cut down both sides of the shirt.
Tuck the bottom edges of the shirt inside. This will make it easier to tie it in the next step.
Double knot both sides of the shirt.
Some tips:
It’s okay if you accidentally cut uneven edges! To smooth them out, tug lightly at the shirt. The edges should curl inwards, making the sides look smoother.
To make sure it fits out perfectly, try the shirt on after every step.
If you want a tighter or looser fit at the bottom, put the shirt on first before tying it.
This look is perfect for layering! Wear a cute bandeau underneath, or wear it to the beach as a cover up.
Happy crafting! Make sure you show us your Glamour Kills DIY looks by tagging your pictures with #glamourkills on Instagram and Twitter!
glamourkills:

DIY Thursdays
Have a lot of tees, and need a cool and easy way to cut them? Here’s a cool way to update a tee into a breezy cut sleeve! This look is perfect to wear at any upcoming festivals, or if you’re going away on spring break.What you’ll need:Galaxy Flying Pig Scoop ScissorsChalk/Marker
At the top of the shirt, make a mark about two inches from the neck seam. Do the same on the other side of the neck.
Measure four to five inches from the bottom of both armholes, and make a mark with your chalk.  
Now it’s time to start cutting your shirt! You can try to cut the front and the back at the same time, but the easiest way is to cut the front, and then use it as a guide to cut out the back. Start cutting along the top of the sleeve, and cut to the mark you made at the very top. Then, cut down the front of the shirt to the mark you made on the side. Flip the shirt over, and cut down the back. Do the same to the other side of the shirt. By the end of this step, you should have a muscle tank!
Cut down both sides of the shirt.
Tuck the bottom edges of the shirt inside. This will make it easier to tie it in the next step.
Double knot both sides of the shirt.
Some tips:
It’s okay if you accidentally cut uneven edges! To smooth them out, tug lightly at the shirt. The edges should curl inwards, making the sides look smoother.
To make sure it fits out perfectly, try the shirt on after every step.
If you want a tighter or looser fit at the bottom, put the shirt on first before tying it.
This look is perfect for layering! Wear a cute bandeau underneath, or wear it to the beach as a cover up.
Happy crafting! Make sure you show us your Glamour Kills DIY looks by tagging your pictures with #glamourkills on Instagram and Twitter!
glamourkills:

DIY Thursdays
Have a lot of tees, and need a cool and easy way to cut them? Here’s a cool way to update a tee into a breezy cut sleeve! This look is perfect to wear at any upcoming festivals, or if you’re going away on spring break.What you’ll need:Galaxy Flying Pig Scoop ScissorsChalk/Marker
At the top of the shirt, make a mark about two inches from the neck seam. Do the same on the other side of the neck.
Measure four to five inches from the bottom of both armholes, and make a mark with your chalk.  
Now it’s time to start cutting your shirt! You can try to cut the front and the back at the same time, but the easiest way is to cut the front, and then use it as a guide to cut out the back. Start cutting along the top of the sleeve, and cut to the mark you made at the very top. Then, cut down the front of the shirt to the mark you made on the side. Flip the shirt over, and cut down the back. Do the same to the other side of the shirt. By the end of this step, you should have a muscle tank!
Cut down both sides of the shirt.
Tuck the bottom edges of the shirt inside. This will make it easier to tie it in the next step.
Double knot both sides of the shirt.
Some tips:
It’s okay if you accidentally cut uneven edges! To smooth them out, tug lightly at the shirt. The edges should curl inwards, making the sides look smoother.
To make sure it fits out perfectly, try the shirt on after every step.
If you want a tighter or looser fit at the bottom, put the shirt on first before tying it.
This look is perfect for layering! Wear a cute bandeau underneath, or wear it to the beach as a cover up.
Happy crafting! Make sure you show us your Glamour Kills DIY looks by tagging your pictures with #glamourkills on Instagram and Twitter!
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Fill your sink with hot, hot, hot water. Then fill each wine bottle with hot water and drop it into the sink. Next, add this secret potion: 1/2 cup baking powder 1 Tbsp dish soap 2 cups white vinegar Once you add the vinegar to the sink, it will get all fizzy for a second.AND THE LABELS COME OFF
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niftyncrafty:

DIY Animal Keychains // Ginger Snaps
Yet another painted animal toy DIY and I’m still not sick of them! I’m obsessed. I’m always looking for new keychains to brighten up my keys and these are lovely.
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handmadepride:

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niftyncrafty:

Honey Vanilla Bubble Bath Recipe // Henry Happened
Just imagine how delicious and lovely you are going to smell after this bath. I’m sure you’ll feel as good as you smell, because the essential oils and such in this mix are sure to wash away any stress you may have.