I cut my piece of paper 3 inches wide then stamped my image and cut it into one inch strips. by emilia
emilia
emilia I cut my piece of paper 3 inches wide then stamped my image and cut it into one inch strips.
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House of Noise... I mean boys.: Snowflakes keep falling on my head  white felt cut into one inch strips and hot glued onto embroidery hoop.  wide ribbon glued on to cover hoop clasp,  glue snowflakes in place by Christy Weschke
Christy Weschke
Christy Weschke House of Noise... I mean boys.: Snowflakes keep falling on my head white felt cut into one inch strips and hot glued onto embroidery hoop. wide ribbon glued on to cover hoop clasp, glue snowflakes in place
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I cut strips of watercolor paper, stamped the images in a staggered fashion, then colored them with Faber Castell Big Brush Markers. I added a bit of distressing with Ranger “Old Paper” and mounted my images to Penny Black Mix & Match Cardstock using dimensional adhesive. The sentiment is from a brand new set of greetings, “Sweet Wishes“. by velma
velma
velma I cut strips of watercolor paper, stamped the images in a staggered fashion, then colored them with Faber Castell Big Brush Markers. I added a bit of distressing with Ranger “Old Paper” and mounted my images to Penny Black Mix & Match Cardstock using dimensional adhesive. The sentiment is from a brand new set of greetings, “Sweet Wishes“.
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Elin Johansson : made of cotton paper, cut into strips and glued together and then hand knit to shape.. by lorene
lorene
lorene Elin Johansson : made of cotton paper, cut into strips and glued together and then hand knit to shape..
crafts for kids
I love this idea, it would be so easy to make the colored part in one piece and cut it into strips. Genius! by jamie_1
jamie_1
jamie_1 I love this idea, it would be so easy to make the colored part in one piece and cut it into strips. Genius!
Entertaining Ideas
Cut the back of the main sweatshirt into two inch strips. Don’t detach the strips and stop right before the ribbing at the bottom. Turn it inside out and weave the strips with two inch strips from your second sweatshirt. Pin them, cut off the extras and then sew the whole thing up. And you’re done! by misty
misty
misty Cut the back of the main sweatshirt into two inch strips. Don’t detach the strips and stop right before the ribbing at the bottom. Turn it inside out and weave the strips with two inch strips from your second sweatshirt. Pin them, cut off the extras and then sew the whole thing up. And you’re done!
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"paper scrap strips that are cut a quarter of an inch wide and woven through slits I made in the cardstock" by bethany
bethany
bethany "paper scrap strips that are cut a quarter of an inch wide and woven through slits I made in the cardstock"
Card Making
Turband Headband. Use a men's large size t-shirt in a jersey fabric, cut 3 wide strips about 8-10 inches wide...to wear start by wrapping it around your head twice and then layer the 2nd and 3rd ones the same. this creates nice volume and is the key to creating the look of a turban. by mildred
mildred
mildred Turband Headband. Use a men's large size t-shirt in a jersey fabric, cut 3 wide strips about 8-10 inches wide...to wear start by wrapping it around your head twice and then layer the 2nd and 3rd ones the same. this creates nice volume and is the key to creating the look of a turban.
Healthy Living
Peanut Butter Fudge - I've been making peanut butter fudge since 1963 - My recipe: just bring a small can of evaporated milk and 2 cups of sugar to a rolling boil - stirring constantly - I boil it for about 3 to 5 minutes - remove from heat - stir in 1 1/4 cup creamy Jif Peanut butter and 1 teaspoon vanilla. I just pour it out on wax paper or my countertop - it sets up very fast - then cut into squares... it's delicious, easy and cheap and no one can tell it from the expensive kind...: by gena
gena
gena Peanut Butter Fudge - I've been making peanut butter fudge since 1963 - My recipe: just bring a small can of evaporated milk and 2 cups of sugar to a rolling boil - stirring constantly - I boil it for about 3 to 5 minutes - remove from heat - stir in 1 1/4 cup creamy Jif Peanut butter and 1 teaspoon vanilla. I just pour it out on wax paper or my countertop - it sets up very fast - then cut into squares... it's delicious, easy and cheap and no one can tell it from the expensive kind...:
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Peanut Butter Fudge - I've been making peanut butter fudge since 1963 - My recipe: just bring a small can of evaporated milk and 2 cups of sugar to a rolling boil - stirring constantly - I boil it for about 3 to 5 minutes - remove from heat - stir in 1 1/4 cup creamy Jif Peanut butter and 1 teaspoon vanilla. I just pour it out on wax paper or my countertop - it sets up very fast - then cut into squares... it's delicious, easy and cheap and no one can tell it from the expensive kind... by gena
gena
gena Peanut Butter Fudge - I've been making peanut butter fudge since 1963 - My recipe: just bring a small can of evaporated milk and 2 cups of sugar to a rolling boil - stirring constantly - I boil it for about 3 to 5 minutes - remove from heat - stir in 1 1/4 cup creamy Jif Peanut butter and 1 teaspoon vanilla. I just pour it out on wax paper or my countertop - it sets up very fast - then cut into squares... it's delicious, easy and cheap and no one can tell it from the expensive kind...
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Jennifer's Sweet Designs Z-Fold. Cut a piece of 8 1/2 x 11 piece of card stock horizontal. After dividing the two pieces, take one of the strips and fold it over to make a A2 size card. Then fold the top piece again. Decorate and layer using your favorite paper and supplies. by lindsey
lindsey
lindsey Jennifer's Sweet Designs Z-Fold. Cut a piece of 8 1/2 x 11 piece of card stock horizontal. After dividing the two pieces, take one of the strips and fold it over to make a A2 size card. Then fold the top piece again. Decorate and layer using your favorite paper and supplies.
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I took their photos, cut them out and glue onto white paper.  Then photo copy onto transparency paper (Kinkos for less than a dollar), then cut out image and roll it up so that it can fit into the top of a soap bottle.  Make sure you have clear soap or sanitizer. Done! by Patricia.L.DeJesus
Patricia.L.DeJesus
Patricia.L.DeJesus I took their photos, cut them out and glue onto white paper. Then photo copy onto transparency paper (Kinkos for less than a dollar), then cut out image and roll it up so that it can fit into the top of a soap bottle. Make sure you have clear soap or sanitizer. Done!
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This is my fav halloween gift (teachers, VTers, etc). My how-to: get 2 brown paper bags and cut to desired height. Cut one bag into strips (all sides but the bottom). Put treat in uncut bag, then wrap cut bag around that. I like to use a carmel apple for the treat and have the stick in the apple double as the brrom stick. kids by deirdre
deirdre
deirdre This is my fav halloween gift (teachers, VTers, etc). My how-to: get 2 brown paper bags and cut to desired height. Cut one bag into strips (all sides but the bottom). Put treat in uncut bag, then wrap cut bag around that. I like to use a carmel apple for the treat and have the stick in the apple double as the brrom stick. kids
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This is my fav halloween gift (teachers, VTers, etc). My how-to: get 2 brown paper bags and cut to desired height. Cut one bag into strips (all sides but the bottom). Put treat in uncut bag, then wrap cut bag around that. I like to use a carmel apple for the treat and have the stick in the apple double as the brrom stick. by deirdre
deirdre
deirdre This is my fav halloween gift (teachers, VTers, etc). My how-to: get 2 brown paper bags and cut to desired height. Cut one bag into strips (all sides but the bottom). Put treat in uncut bag, then wrap cut bag around that. I like to use a carmel apple for the treat and have the stick in the apple double as the brrom stick.
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Gladiator - one of my favorite films...my husband had to talk me into seeing it and then I felt like a dolt for initially snubbing it. by Maiden11976
Maiden11976
Maiden11976 Gladiator - one of my favorite films...my husband had to talk me into seeing it and then I felt like a dolt for initially snubbing it.
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My best work yet, (in my opinion) this centerpiece was for my nieces first communion. I ordered the image of lil girl on etsy printed it on card stock, then I cut it out and stuck it on poster board. The hard part is cutting it out from there. There's also an image on the back. Then with my cricut I cut out tons of flowers, used a glitter card stock paper. Then I bought a styrofoam dome at hobby lobby and stuck the flowers on with pearl and rhinestoned end pins also from hobby lobby. I love it. by beulah
beulah
beulah My best work yet, (in my opinion) this centerpiece was for my nieces first communion. I ordered the image of lil girl on etsy printed it on card stock, then I cut it out and stuck it on poster board. The hard part is cutting it out from there. There's also an image on the back. Then with my cricut I cut out tons of flowers, used a glitter card stock paper. Then I bought a styrofoam dome at hobby lobby and stuck the flowers on with pearl and rhinestoned end pins also from hobby lobby. I love it.
Craft Ideas
I bough a styrofoam head from the beauty supply store for $2.99 and I: 1. took unprinted paper towels, and ripped them into strips. 2. double-brewed a pot of strong coffee 3. dipped the strips a few times into the coffee mixture, and methodically wrapped each strip around the styrofoam head. 4. I then let the "mummy" dry by lois
lois
lois I bough a styrofoam head from the beauty supply store for $2.99 and I: 1. took unprinted paper towels, and ripped them into strips. 2. double-brewed a pot of strong coffee 3. dipped the strips a few times into the coffee mixture, and methodically wrapped each strip around the styrofoam head. 4. I then let the "mummy" dry
For my Future home
DIY Scrunch Belt
Start by cutting a length of elastic that fits around your waist, stretching comfortably.
Then cut a strip of fabric to cover the belt. Make it twice the width of your elastic + one inch for seam allowance. And 1.5 times the length of the elastic.
For example: 25 inches of 1" wide elastic would need a 37.5" x 3" strip of fabric.
Fold the strip over, right sides together, and pin.
Sew all the way down the edge, backstitching by Mudgey
Mudgey
Mudgey DIY Scrunch Belt Start by cutting a length of elastic that fits around your waist, stretching comfortably. Then cut a strip of fabric to cover the belt. Make it twice the width of your elastic + one inch for seam allowance. And 1.5 times the length of the elastic. For example: 25 inches of 1" wide elastic would need a 37.5" x 3" strip of fabric. Fold the strip over, right sides together, and pin. Sew all the way down the edge, backstitching
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Tutorial: How To Make Your Own Labels by using transfer paper and ironing your design onto plain white ribbon that you have cut into 3 inch strips and  taped to a piece of paper. Very easy, quick, professional-looking and machine washable! by Mudgey
Mudgey
Mudgey Tutorial: How To Make Your Own Labels by using transfer paper and ironing your design onto plain white ribbon that you have cut into 3 inch strips and taped to a piece of paper. Very easy, quick, professional-looking and machine washable!
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Curtain Rod Frame Display (with some of my fav Chas pics!). Materials: curtain rod ($4 at Christmas Tree Shop), 3 frames (Dollar Tree), ribbon, hot glue gun, 6 thumbtacks. Cut your ribbon into strips and glue the loose ends together, then glue them on to the back of your frames. I reinforced mine with thumbtacks through the wood. Then loop the ribbons through the curtain rod and your frames will be hanging. Use more ribbon- I chose white to by farrahkenny
farrahkenny
farrahkenny Curtain Rod Frame Display (with some of my fav Chas pics!). Materials: curtain rod ($4 at Christmas Tree Shop), 3 frames (Dollar Tree), ribbon, hot glue gun, 6 thumbtacks. Cut your ribbon into strips and glue the loose ends together, then glue them on to the back of your frames. I reinforced mine with thumbtacks through the wood. Then loop the ribbons through the curtain rod and your frames will be hanging. Use more ribbon- I chose white to
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Hyssop is one of my favorites, 3ft wide & 5 ft tall. Loves the sun. Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, and bumble bees! Lasts all summer long. Cut it back to about 3 inches in the late fall. by Patty Payne Allen
Patty Payne Allen
Patty Payne Allen Hyssop is one of my favorites, 3ft wide & 5 ft tall. Loves the sun. Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, and bumble bees! Lasts all summer long. Cut it back to about 3 inches in the late fall.
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Pinner says, "I printed out hundreds charts on white and BRIGHT colored paper and laminated both copies. (I have one set for every student) Then I cut the NEON paper into different shaped puzzle pieces. Students work to cover their entire 100's puzzles quickly and quietly. It's amazing how fast some of them can do this compared to how long it takes others!!" by judith
judith
judith Pinner says, "I printed out hundreds charts on white and BRIGHT colored paper and laminated both copies. (I have one set for every student) Then I cut the NEON paper into different shaped puzzle pieces. Students work to cover their entire 100's puzzles quickly and quietly. It's amazing how fast some of them can do this compared to how long it takes others!!"
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One of 9 tags we practised on at Stampingreatdeals on Monday evening. Such a fun time, playing with Distress inks, alcohol inks and distress markers! for this tag, we coloured our mat with strips of my new favourite colours of dstress inks ........Festive Berry, and Peacock Feathers (I promptly had to buy them, while in the store) then spritzed with water and pulled the tag through. When day, we stamped the white sentiment stamp, dried again and then stamped the butterflies by Tere Hernández Huerta
Tere Hernández Huerta
Tere Hernández Huerta One of 9 tags we practised on at Stampingreatdeals on Monday evening. Such a fun time, playing with Distress inks, alcohol inks and distress markers! for this tag, we coloured our mat with strips of my new favourite colours of dstress inks ........Festive Berry, and Peacock Feathers (I promptly had to buy them, while in the store) then spritzed with water and pulled the tag through. When day, we stamped the white sentiment stamp, dried again and then stamped the butterflies
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I stamped in Crumb Cake and then I offset the image and stamped it again in VersaMark. Then it was embossed using White EP.To make the by lorraine
lorraine
lorraine I stamped in Crumb Cake and then I offset the image and stamped it again in VersaMark. Then it was embossed using White EP.To make the
Card ideas
Cut a file folder into strips. The shorter the attention span, the smaller you will cut the strips. I cut this one into 3 parts. Students by morecerv.
morecerv.
morecerv. Cut a file folder into strips. The shorter the attention span, the smaller you will cut the strips. I cut this one into 3 parts. Students
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jelly-roll-1600-quilts cut 20 strips in half, then cut the other 20 strips into thirds (approximately 13 inches), which really helps with the scrappiness. Before sewing, I put the strips in the dryer on the air only setting for a few minutes to make it more scrappy. by danielle
danielle
danielle jelly-roll-1600-quilts cut 20 strips in half, then cut the other 20 strips into thirds (approximately 13 inches), which really helps with the scrappiness. Before sewing, I put the strips in the dryer on the air only setting for a few minutes to make it more scrappy.
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jelly-roll-1600-quilts     cut 20 strips in half, then cut the other 20 strips into thirds (approximately 13 inches), which really helps with the scrappiness. Before sewing, I put the strips in the dryer on the air only setting for a few minutes to make it more scrappy. by ferenew
ferenew
ferenew jelly-roll-1600-quilts cut 20 strips in half, then cut the other 20 strips into thirds (approximately 13 inches), which really helps with the scrappiness. Before sewing, I put the strips in the dryer on the air only setting for a few minutes to make it more scrappy.
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Bulgogi Korean BBQ. I can't even describe how absolutely delicious this is. OMG. Since I'm cheap, I used thick pre-sliced roast beef from the deli. Then I cut it into 1x2 inch strips. This was so perfect. by esmeralda
esmeralda
esmeralda Bulgogi Korean BBQ. I can't even describe how absolutely delicious this is. OMG. Since I'm cheap, I used thick pre-sliced roast beef from the deli. Then I cut it into 1x2 inch strips. This was so perfect.
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IKEA Coffee Table Hack..We bought the LACK Ikea coffee table and put in together. I bought some wood from Home Depot and had it cut into 5 pieces of wood 46.5 inches long, and 5.5 inches wide. by Maiden11976
Maiden11976
Maiden11976 IKEA Coffee Table Hack..We bought the LACK Ikea coffee table and put in together. I bought some wood from Home Depot and had it cut into 5 pieces of wood 46.5 inches long, and 5.5 inches wide.
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Ready to make your own?  First, grab an old knit Tshirt and decide where you want the top of the waist line to hit your little girl.  Place a pin there and measure down about 2 inches.  Then cut the shirt off there.    ***Don’t throw the rest of the shirt away….I’ll show you how to use it on a different project.  Then cut two large rectangles for the skirt section of the dress.  My two pieces were 33 inches wide x 25 inches long.  The front of my shirt was 11 inches across, so I tripled that ... by margo
margo
margo Ready to make your own? First, grab an old knit Tshirt and decide where you want the top of the waist line to hit your little girl. Place a pin there and measure down about 2 inches. Then cut the shirt off there. ***Don’t throw the rest of the shirt away….I’ll show you how to use it on a different project. Then cut two large rectangles for the skirt section of the dress. My two pieces were 33 inches wide x 25 inches long. The front of my shirt was 11 inches across, so I tripled that ...
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DIY graphic ball ornaments | Use leftover wrapping paper, magazines, postcards, you name it. Simply cut into strips and loop into circles, then secure with a little tape. Fit two together for a fun ball shape! by Tuatha
Tuatha
Tuatha DIY graphic ball ornaments | Use leftover wrapping paper, magazines, postcards, you name it. Simply cut into strips and loop into circles, then secure with a little tape. Fit two together for a fun ball shape!
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