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This week I’ll be showing you how to make some cute faux plant desk decorations. I decided to make these because my sister got her first internship and she needs decorations for desk at work! First I’ll start off with the grass. I thought it could make a pretty neat

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I’ve had some requests to do more cat projects and I’ve been meaning to put together a needle felting tutorial, so I decided to combine those two ideas together. So today I’ll be showing you how to make some needle felted cat toys! I made three different types, one stuffed

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Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and if you have yet to get your mom something, there is still possibly time for you to make something for her! Let’s face it, homemade gifts are more special since you put a little piece of yourself into it. At least, that’s how

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So, I had been wanting to get my dog, Hobbes, a new leash. Nothing is wrong with the one he has now, in fact, I love the leash he has now. It’s adjustable and really easy to clip around poles or trees or anything like that if we’re out at

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A while ago I saw some Jeffery Campbell skulltini flats, which are basically simple flats completely encrusted with skull studs. I thought they were super cute and I wanted them, but of course I ended up talking myself into making some of my own. So today I’ll be showing you how to

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The weather is getting nice so it’s perfect for taking a trip to the park to hang out and paint a little bit. This week I’ll show you how easily to put together your own travel sized watercolor (or gouache) kit that you can just throw in your pocket, purse,

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I showed you guys how to make paper clay two weeks ago, so this week I decided to show you a few different projects you can do with this clay! A shallow dish that you can use as a jewelry holder, coin holder, etc. and a lidded vessel that I

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I grew up in Texas, and around this time of year you can cute little cascarones, which are confetti filled eggs, pretty much everywhere! I have fond memories of running around and getting cracked in the head with these things and getting confetti and egg shells all tangled up in my hair. I can’t

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When I made the post about how to make a paper mache deer head from scratch, I mentioned an optional ingredient: air drying paper clay. I used a homemade version, and I ended up liking it so much that I decided I’d share with you all how to make your

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