Simple DIY Wood Slice Tray

Simple DIY Wood Slice Tray
We have already told you of simple wood branch coasters made of wood slices, and this is a similar idea but this time we’ll make a bigger piece – a tray. The supplies are a wood slice, acrylic paints of choice, varnish or top coat – waterproof preferable, painter’s tape, masking tape, or washi tape,... 
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Cool DIY Big Bang Theory Mugs

Cool DIY Big Bang Theory Mugs
The Big Bang Theory is a popular that many of us like to watch because it’s funny, witty and cool. If you want to have something with the symbolics of the favorite series, you may take mugs. You’ll need some mugs of the color you prefer, a sheet of carbon paper, ceramic paint. Take an... 
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Cool DIY Potholders Looking Like Real Pies

Cool DIY Potholders Looking Like Real Pies
Yammy potholders for your kitchen! Let’s make them look as real pies! You’ll need fat quarter of fruit fabric, about 1 yard of crust-colored fabric, Insulbrite insulating fabric, Steam-a-Seam Two. Take some piece with a diameter of about 9 inches and cut out two backing circles from crust-colored fabric, two tops from the fruit fabric,... 
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How To Decorate Some Tableware For Your Kids

How To Decorate Some Tableware For Your Kids
Let’s make some tableware for your kids! You’ll need just some porcelain plates and a sharpie paint pen that is non-toxic because the plate will contact with food and everything for your kids must be eco-friendly. Make sure that plates/bowls/mugs are porcelain and oven safe. Make a sketch with a pencil, then with a sharpie.... 
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DIY Play Tableware For Your Kids

DIY Play Tableware For Your Kids
If you have some tableware you don’t need or use already, why not make a cool kitchen for your kid? Take a cutting board, a metal planter, a wooden bowl and some spoons. Mix some acrylic paint of the color you like. Paint the wooden spoons with a paint brush, and the smaller spoons just... 
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DIY Plastic Tableware Decorating For A Party

DIY Plastic Tableware Decorating For A Party
There are many ideas how to make a party more bright and cool. You can make an amazing cupcake stand, party candle holders and garlands. This idea would help you to make your tableware brighter in just 10 minutes. Choose fabric of the color you like and with different patterns. Cut it into stripes and... 
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DIY Pallet Tray For Serving Food Outdoors

DIY Pallet Tray For Serving Food Outdoors
Pallets are a very popular material for craft: patriot pallet table, kid’s table, wall mirror and so on. Here’s one more idea – a pallet serving tray. The supplies are a mitre saw, a pallet, a drill, screws and hardware of your choice. First cut three pieces, the width of a pallet board can vary.... 
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DIY Multi-Level Serving Dish For Parties

DIY Multi-Level Serving Dish For Parties
If you need a cool serving plate or a cake plate, this idea is for you! You’ll need a plate or plates, any size, various sized sherbet bowls, candlestick holders, or other glassware, repositionable adhesive strips or tacky putty. Place the strips on the base, turn the bow upside down and attach it to the... 
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Dipped Wooden Chopsticks For Parties

Dipped Wooden Chopsticks For Parties
Parties, parties! We have already told you of decorations and tableware for summer parties, now have a look how to change usual chopsticks to create a festive mood. You’ll need raw wood chopsticks, nail polish of different colors, sanding block or sand paper, a bowl. Take the sticks and sand them down so they are... 
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DIY Daddy’s Painted Mug As Father’s Day Gift

DIY Daddy’s Painted Mug As Father’s Day Gift
Getting ready for the Father’s Day? Thinking about presents? If you have already decorated some mugs, this project would easy for you and a great gift for your Dad. You’ll need a white coffee mug, Martha Stewart multi-surface acrylic craft paint- black, foam pouncer, adhesive stencil, some alcohol. First clean the mug with alcohol and... 
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