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Horse shoes

Horse shoes

Horseshoe Letter and Napkin Holder

Horseshoe Letter and Napkin Holder

Mustármagot hordott magával egy tic-tac-os dobozban. Azt hittem először megbolondult, de amikor megértettem az okát, rájöttem milyen hasznos! - Tudasfaja.com

Mustármagot hordott magával egy tic-tac-os dobozban. Azt hittem először megbolondult, de amikor megértettem az okát, rájöttem milyen hasznos! - Tudasfaja.com

Pallet art fun - we made these by biscuit joining the pieces together, spray painting a thin red coating, then using acrylic paint for the flowers

Pallet art fun - we made these by biscuit joining the pieces together, spray painting a thin red coating, then using acrylic paint for the flowers

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DIY / how to create a miniature Dream Catcher…looks so cute ♥

DIY / how to create a miniature Dream Catcher…looks so cute ♥

Bracelet from leftover yarn

Bracelet from leftover yarn

DIY Camera Strap: 23 Cool Summer Crafts | DIY Projects  Recipes | This scarf camera strap is one of our favorite pretty summer craft ideas | DIYReady.com

DIY Camera Strap: 23 Cool Summer Crafts | DIY Projects Recipes | This scarf camera strap is one of our favorite pretty summer craft ideas | DIYReady.com

Fairy Lantern with Tutorial | Fairytale Gardens: Latest News | Bloglovin’

Fairy Lantern with Tutorial | Fairytale Gardens: Latest News | Bloglovin’

Get the flowers long before April even has a chance to shower. To get started on this craft project perfect for brunches, baby showers, spring themed get togethers or just because, pick a few of your favorite blooms. Then, find some twine and tie a double knot at the end of each stem and repeat fastening the other flowers. Once you have about six finished strands, knot them to a twig or branch. Finally, hang and enjoy! Click through to find even more homegrown inspiration!

Get the flowers long before April even has a chance to shower. To get started on this craft project perfect for brunches, baby showers, spring themed get togethers or just because, pick a few of your favorite blooms. Then, find some twine and tie a double knot at the end of each stem and repeat fastening the other flowers. Once you have about six finished strands, knot them to a twig or branch. Finally, hang and enjoy! Click through to find even more homegrown inspiration!