DIY Gold And Pink Arrow Napkin Rings

This napkin ring is perfect for any kind of Valentine dinner – just for two or with your gals. You’ll need gold felt or gold strapping, pink felt, thin brass tubing, a hot glue gun. Begin by cutting the shapes you need for your arrow. You will need one long rectangle piece of gold felt... 
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7 Cute DIY Wine Glass Charms For Any Kind Of Party

It’s party time! New Year and just winter holiday parties are on, and everybody is having a great time. Mixing glasses is inconvenient, so if you are throwing a party, think of guest comfort and offer them wine glass charms. Charms are pretty easy to make, so it won’t take you much tie to craft... 
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Simple DIY Leather iPad Sleeve To Make

Tablet sleeves will always be a popular topic for any crafting tutorials because we want to keep the piece safe. Let’s make this simple one, the supplies are heavyweight leather or suede, heavyweight/leather sewing machine needles, heavyweight thread, scissors, sewing machine. If you have an iPad, here are the sizes of the pieces you need... 
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DIY Colorful Potholder With Various Patterns

Need a cool and bold potholder? This tutorial is right what you need! The supplies are lots of colorful fabric, ribbon and needle and thread. Prepare the four patch units: sew the two strips together with the right sides facing. Open out and press. Cut the strip into 8 units, each measuring 1 1/2 x... 
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Easy DIY Faux Birch Rustic Place Mat

This fantastic rustic birch placemat will be perfect for any type of family dinner, including Christmas. Prepare birch wrapping paper, some leftover felt, scissors, and a hot glue gun. Speaking about felt, here it was a 14.5″x18″ rectangle but you can go for any size you like. Glue the felt to the backside of the... 
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Easy To Make DIY Metallic Birch Coasters

Natural decor is always in trend! To make these cool coasters you’ll need slices of birch wood, polyurethane spray, metallic acrylic paint, paper towels and a stir stick. First, you’ll want to mix up your paint. Mix a ratio of equal parts of paint and water. You want the paint to be diluted when you... 
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Cool DIY Felt Wheel To Teach Kids Colors

Wanna teach your kids colors? Here’s a cool idea! The supplies are felt in all colors, a pencil/white colored pencil, fabric scissors, poly fill, embroidery floss, embroidery needle, Velcro circles, cardstock for templates. First cut a circle template from cardstock using your Cricut, search the images using “color wheel” and bam there it is. The... 
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