Wine bottle Light

Continuing our theme of Craftober here is a fun craft that is similar to the light up jar, but this one is jazzed up a bit more. What you will need String of colored light Wine bottle Black paper Fake flowers (I used black ones from the $1store) Ribbon Glue stick Scissors Glue Gun   […]

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Halloween Light Jars

This is a super easy craft that looks way fancier when lit up. I love saving jars. I do not like Mason or Ball jars because you have that lettering on them that really makes it hard to use. So I save jars, all kinds from jam to salsa. For this craft I used a […]

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Ping Pong Ball Lights

Halloween is coming! I don’t know about you, but I love to decorate for this occasion. I love going to the $1 store and gathering all their little Halloween decorations they have and making my house spookychic 🙂 I put a slight spin on a craft I had seen, where you use mulit-colored lights and […]

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Paper Coasters

Very similar to the Napkin Coaster you will need to find  scrapbook paper.  For this craft it can be a challenge to wrap the paper around the edges. I found it’s best if you have a little bit of white boarder.  Cut your paper into a desired square and apply with Mod Podge.  Then apply […]

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Light Switch Cover

Light switch cover The light switch is the underdog of the room. Gets used all the time but never really makes a statement. I wanted to decorate my little girls light switch. I did a little looking around on the web and saw someone use contact paper to cover their light switch to update a […]

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Burlap Lights

I always keep an eye out for $1 store lights or after Christmas sales because I love lights! So when my light collection was getting a little out of hand, I came across this craft using ribbon tied on to lights. I thought why not burlap? So I tested it out a few times and […]

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Freezer Paper Stencil

Stencils are fun to use but sometimes when it comes to fabric it is hard to get it to shape onto the surface. I learned from a friend that freezer paper works as a stencil. This is a great and inexpensive way to decorate a fabric surface. You will need: Freezer paper Exacto knife Smooth […]

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Re-purposing and old jar

You may remember my tutorial on homemade Goo Gone. Well I decided to use that jar and make a nifty cotton ball  holder for our newly remodeled bathroom. It is a very simple project to do. What you will need: A Jar (label removed and clean) Spray paint (any color for the lid) Spool or […]

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Marbled Ceramics

This is a really fun and quick craft that can help you get rid of those old half bottles of nail polish and ceramic objects that you have laying around. Items you will need: Shallow plastic bowl (old takeout containers work great) 1-4 bottles of nail polish (use as many or as few as you […]

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Make Your Own Mod Podge

You are about to craft a epic craft but you are out of Mod Podge and either the craft store is closed, or you don’t feel like spending a lot.  Well take heart, here is a quick way to make it yourself!   All you need is: Elmer’s white glue Water Glass jar with lid […]

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