Bold DIY Hexagon Cork Coasters

Bold DIY Hexagon Cork Coasters
Geometric coasters is a trendy and cool thing, to make these ones from aparedeindecisa.com you’ll need a cork sheet, a hexagon mold, a brush, crayon, masking tape, acrylic paint and varnish. Use a template to trace the amount of cork coasters you want. Try to draw hexagons very close together to make better use of... 
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Bold DIY Wood Knob Photo Holders

Bold DIY Wood Knob Photo Holders
Need a couple of photo holders for your Instagram photos? You’ll love this tutorial from damasklove.com! Prepare square prints, wood knobs, metallic lustre, Martha Stewart Acrylic Paints, Martha Stewart Stencil Tape, a craft saw, paper towels. Use a craft saw to create a slit in the top of the wooden knob. The slit should be... 
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Simple DIY Leather Key Ring To Make

Simple DIY Leather Key Ring To Make
This simple leather key ring from yellowgirl.at will help you to find your keys in the morning. Prepare some leather – faux or natural, scissors, pliers, two eyelets. Cut a piece of leather of the size 4 cm x 10 cm. Make two holes at one end using scissors and folding the leather in two... 
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Quick To Make DIY Slatted Wooden Trivet

Quick To Make DIY Slatted Wooden Trivet
With just a few ½-inch square dowels, some twine and a few nuts, this handy trivet can be pulled together before the dinner bell rings. Using the cut list, cut the square dowels to size using a handsaw or miter saw. Lay the slats side-by-side with their ends aligned. Make a registration mark near one... 
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DIY Painted Faux Ceramic Drawer Pulls

DIY Painted Faux Ceramic Drawer Pulls
Remember our roundup dedicated to creative drawer pulls and knobs? This tutorial from makeandfable.com wasn’t on the list, so check it out! You’ll need drawer knobs, white paint/primer, blue gloss paint, metallic paint, brushes, fine sandpaper, a pencil and eraser. Paint the knobs white, using either a basic white acrylic paint or spray primer. Once... 
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Simple DIY Stamped T-Shirt Apron

Simple DIY Stamped T-Shirt Apron
Need a cool apron? Here’s a great tutorial from makermama.com! Prepare a large or extra-large plain t-shirt, fabric scissors , fabric ink, sponge cubes and stamping mat, a cleaning brush. To make your apron, fold your t-shirt in half and cut from the armpit to the neck. Unfold your shirt and turn it to the back,... 
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