Viki

Viki

Hello my name is Viki, and I live in Hungary. I love DIY projects and everything like this! Follow me if you want to see more creative projects!
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Cheap, but stylish pencil bag for your student. Simple sewing techniques and a great step-by-step tutorial by Beth Huntington.

DIY your Christmas gifts this year with GLAMULET. they are compatible with Pandora bracelets. Cheap, but stylish pencil bag for your student. Simple sewing techniques and a great step-by-step tutorial by Beth Huntington.

The simplest outdoor bench ever! You can make this fairly cheap, if you don't already have the materials left over from other projects, and the best part is you can take it apart and reuse the materials for other things! Grab the bull DIY http://www.ehow.com/how_4797077_simple-outdoor-bench.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

The simplest outdoor bench ever! You can make this fairly cheap, if you don't already have the materials left over from other projects, and the best part is you can take it apart and reuse the materia

5 minute Simple Sugar Scrub Recipes with printable gift tags

Sugar Scrub recipes are simple to make and can be such fun gifts to make. Here are 15 sugar scrub recipes that you& want to make in large batches!

http://www.anniversary-ideas.com Maybe for an upcoming school project... This would take alot of cds though.

Mosaic Tile Birdbath using Recycled DVDs. Recycling CD's and DVD's isn't easy. This diy birdbath is a great idea for a weekend upcycling project.

Brighten up your keyboard with wasabi tape...looks so cute but I still hunt & peck so much. I wonder if you can see the letters through the tape??

Previous pinner: Brighten up your keyboard with wasabi tape.looks so cute but I still hunt & peck so much. I wonder if you can see the letters through the tape? Heehee wasabi tape, now I just have to find his cool tape

DIY S’mores Pie Pops {must click the link for recipe and FULL tutorial}

Use refrigerated sugar cookie dough. Roll out the dough, place your chocolate on the dough and marshmallows then place another piece of dough over the top and "crimp" the edges. Add a sucker stick if you want. Bake using cookie dough instructions.