We cut the log into 3 parts, used socks from the dollar store for the hats, cut the nose chips out of wood and material of choice for by nicole..33
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nicole..33 We cut the log into 3 parts, used socks from the dollar store for the hats, cut the nose chips out of wood and material of choice for
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Art We cut the log into 3 parts, used socks from the dollar store for the hats, cut the nose chips out of wood and material of choice for scarves. Buttons hot glued down the front and paint for eyes and cheeks. - Click image to find more Holidays  Events Pinterest pins christ-mas by pamela
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pamela Art We cut the log into 3 parts, used socks from the dollar store for the hats, cut the nose chips out of wood and material of choice for scarves. Buttons hot glued down the front and paint for eyes and cheeks. - Click image to find more Holidays Events Pinterest pins christ-mas
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We cut the log into 3 parts, used socks from the dollar store for the hats, cut the nose chips out of wood and material of choice for scarves. Buttons hot glued down the front and paint for eyes and cheeks. - Click image to find more Holidays & Events Pinterest pins by Mopar Mo
Mopar Mo
Mopar Mo We cut the log into 3 parts, used socks from the dollar store for the hats, cut the nose chips out of wood and material of choice for scarves. Buttons hot glued down the front and paint for eyes and cheeks. - Click image to find more Holidays & Events Pinterest pins
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We cut the log into 3 parts, used socks from the dollar store for the hats, cut the nose chips out of wood and material of choice for scarves. Buttons hot glued down the front and paint for eyes and cheeks. by SLKelley
SLKelley
SLKelley We cut the log into 3 parts, used socks from the dollar store for the hats, cut the nose chips out of wood and material of choice for scarves. Buttons hot glued down the front and paint for eyes and cheeks.
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We cut the log into 3 parts, used socks from the dollar store for the hats, cut the nose chips out of wood and material of choice for scarves. Buttons hot glued down the front and paint for eyes and cheeks. :) Merry Christmas by pamela
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pamela We cut the log into 3 parts, used socks from the dollar store for the hats, cut the nose chips out of wood and material of choice for scarves. Buttons hot glued down the front and paint for eyes and cheeks. :) Merry Christmas
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DIY party Ideas... "They cut the head out of butcher paper, added yarn from the dollar store, and stuffed the heads with leftover plastic grocery store bags. Then, they hot-glued in a dowel rod and tied a rope on for the reins. ... We had sticker eyes and mouths that the kids used to decorate their horses.”" by Sammie_06
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Sammie_06 DIY party Ideas... "They cut the head out of butcher paper, added yarn from the dollar store, and stuffed the heads with leftover plastic grocery store bags. Then, they hot-glued in a dowel rod and tied a rope on for the reins. ... We had sticker eyes and mouths that the kids used to decorate their horses.”"
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A Swedish fire log, also known as a Canadian candle, is a log that has been vertically cut and set on fire. The log burns from the inside out and the fire can last for two to five hours depending on the size and material of the wood. by ester
ester
ester A Swedish fire log, also known as a Canadian candle, is a log that has been vertically cut and set on fire. The log burns from the inside out and the fire can last for two to five hours depending on the size and material of the wood.
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Potato chips. We rolled a log of polymer clay and used a crinkle cutting blade to cut the chips. After the chips were baked, they were dry brushed with golden brown paint, then brushed with varnish and sprinkled with a very fine glitter for salt. (Note: Craft stores sell a set of 3 different clay cutting blades and they make cutting so much eaiser, which makes playing so much more fun!) by Mickayla95
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Mickayla95 Potato chips. We rolled a log of polymer clay and used a crinkle cutting blade to cut the chips. After the chips were baked, they were dry brushed with golden brown paint, then brushed with varnish and sprinkled with a very fine glitter for salt. (Note: Craft stores sell a set of 3 different clay cutting blades and they make cutting so much eaiser, which makes playing so much more fun!)
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A Swedish fire log, also known as a Canadian candle, is a log that has been vertically cut and set on fire. What's great about the fire is that it's self-feeding. The log burns from the inside out and the fire can last for two to five hours depending on the size and material of the wood. Here's how to make one of these fancy fire logs! by ester
ester
ester A Swedish fire log, also known as a Canadian candle, is a log that has been vertically cut and set on fire. What's great about the fire is that it's self-feeding. The log burns from the inside out and the fire can last for two to five hours depending on the size and material of the wood. Here's how to make one of these fancy fire logs!
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A Swedish fire log, also known as a Canadian candle, is a log that has been vertically cut and set on fire. What's great about the fire is that it's self-feeding. The log burns from the inside out and the fire can last for two to five hours depending on the size and material of the wood. Here's how to make one of these fancy fire logs! by Magnum02
Magnum02
Magnum02 A Swedish fire log, also known as a Canadian candle, is a log that has been vertically cut and set on fire. What's great about the fire is that it's self-feeding. The log burns from the inside out and the fire can last for two to five hours depending on the size and material of the wood. Here's how to make one of these fancy fire logs!
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A Swedish fire log, also known as a Canadian candle, is a log that has been vertically cut and set on fire. What's great about the fire is that it's self-feeding. The log burns from the inside out and the fire can last for two to five hours depending on the size and material of the wood. Here's how to make one of these fancy fire logs! (p.s. Go Marvin the Martian!!!) by ester
ester
ester A Swedish fire log, also known as a Canadian candle, is a log that has been vertically cut and set on fire. What's great about the fire is that it's self-feeding. The log burns from the inside out and the fire can last for two to five hours depending on the size and material of the wood. Here's how to make one of these fancy fire logs! (p.s. Go Marvin the Martian!!!)
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Cunliffe Version of Yard Yahtzee from a pin we saw.. Used a 4X4 cedar wood from Home Depot, a wood burner with circle attachment from a craft store, buckets from dollar store used my Cricut with dollar store vinyl to make the yard Yahtzee sticker for the buckets. I made up a large Yahtzee scoreboard in Photoshop and had it printed for only $3.00 as a blueprint Put it in a poster frame from Walmart only $9.99. Attached dry erase pen and eraser using sticky velcro. ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL CUNLIFFE PIN! by charlene
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charlene Cunliffe Version of Yard Yahtzee from a pin we saw.. Used a 4X4 cedar wood from Home Depot, a wood burner with circle attachment from a craft store, buckets from dollar store used my Cricut with dollar store vinyl to make the yard Yahtzee sticker for the buckets. I made up a large Yahtzee scoreboard in Photoshop and had it printed for only $3.00 as a blueprint Put it in a poster frame from Walmart only $9.99. Attached dry erase pen and eraser using sticky velcro. ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL CUNLIFFE PIN!
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Our DIY wood crate coffee table! How we did it: We used 4 wood crates from a craft store and some good 1x4s from the hardware store. First we removed the slats from one side of each crate. Then we cut them down to fit the end of the crate so when we turned it sideways, they'd be vertical on the ends of the assembled table. Cut the 1x4s for the top & stained everything. Lastly, we assembled with some copper and black casters. Best tips: measure twice, cut once, and assemble on a hard flat surface by lesley
lesley
lesley Our DIY wood crate coffee table! How we did it: We used 4 wood crates from a craft store and some good 1x4s from the hardware store. First we removed the slats from one side of each crate. Then we cut them down to fit the end of the crate so when we turned it sideways, they'd be vertical on the ends of the assembled table. Cut the 1x4s for the top & stained everything. Lastly, we assembled with some copper and black casters. Best tips: measure twice, cut once, and assemble on a hard flat surface
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Cunliffe Version of Yard Yahtzee from a pin we saw.. Used a 4X4 cedar wood from Home Depot, a wood burner with circle attachment from a craft store, buckets from dollar store used my Cricut with dollar store vinyl to make the yard Yahtzee sticker for the buckets. I made up a large Yahtzee scoreboard in Photoshop and had it printed for only $3.00 as a blueprint Put it in a poster frame from Walmart only $9.99. Attached dry erase pen and eraser using sticky velcro. ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL CUNLIFFE PIN! by charlene
charlene
charlene Cunliffe Version of Yard Yahtzee from a pin we saw.. Used a 4X4 cedar wood from Home Depot, a wood burner with circle attachment from a craft store, buckets from dollar store used my Cricut with dollar store vinyl to make the yard Yahtzee sticker for the buckets. I made up a large Yahtzee scoreboard in Photoshop and had it printed for only $3.00 as a blueprint Put it in a poster frame from Walmart only $9.99. Attached dry erase pen and eraser using sticky velcro. ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL CUNLIFFE PIN!
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3 Blind Mice Group Halloween Costumes for women made out of DIY pink/black tutus, dollar store sunglasses, walking sticks from dollar store brooms (chopped the bristles off) and furry mouse ears from party city! by stefanie
stefanie
stefanie 3 Blind Mice Group Halloween Costumes for women made out of DIY pink/black tutus, dollar store sunglasses, walking sticks from dollar store brooms (chopped the bristles off) and furry mouse ears from party city!
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the upper part of the red jumpsuits is a long sleeve shirt with two buttons at the front and wide leg pants at the lower part. perfect for night out in the town. we used deadstock material. for this red collection, a leftover silk satin from armani. fabric silk satin. material. satin silk. made in. macedonia. shipped from. macedonia. lead time. 3. 4 days by Amelia Fiedler
Amelia Fiedler
Amelia Fiedler the upper part of the red jumpsuits is a long sleeve shirt with two buttons at the front and wide leg pants at the lower part. perfect for night out in the town. we used deadstock material. for this red collection, a leftover silk satin from armani. fabric silk satin. material. satin silk. made in. macedonia. shipped from. macedonia. lead time. 3. 4 days
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Buy a set of plastic animals from the Dollar Store, cut heads off and glue to a piece of wood, use as whimsical necklace holder! by bette
bette
bette Buy a set of plastic animals from the Dollar Store, cut heads off and glue to a piece of wood, use as whimsical necklace holder!
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Hanging Bookshelf Ryan and I made out of pallet wood! We did the lush cut for the frame pieces to fit together nicely, and just added in the actual shelves by wedging, then screwing them in. Slightly sanded the wood & added one coat of wood stain (to keep the rustic look). We bought burlap from Wal-Mart ($3/yard) and used it as the "backsplash" by stapling it to the back. Cheap, cute, and fun way to add something fun to a bare wall! by Hercio Dias
Hercio Dias
Hercio Dias Hanging Bookshelf Ryan and I made out of pallet wood! We did the lush cut for the frame pieces to fit together nicely, and just added in the actual shelves by wedging, then screwing them in. Slightly sanded the wood & added one coat of wood stain (to keep the rustic look). We bought burlap from Wal-Mart ($3/yard) and used it as the "backsplash" by stapling it to the back. Cheap, cute, and fun way to add something fun to a bare wall!
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Made out of stove burner covers from the dollar store. by iamajameson
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iamajameson Made out of stove burner covers from the dollar store.
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Made out of stove burner covers from the dollar store by maria beatriz
maria beatriz
maria beatriz Made out of stove burner covers from the dollar store
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Made out of stove burner covers from the dollar store. by PiaD
PiaD
PiaD Made out of stove burner covers from the dollar store.
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Made out of stove burner covers from the dollar store. by nanette
nanette
nanette Made out of stove burner covers from the dollar store.
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Dollar Store DIY: Grab a placemat from the Dollar Store and turn it into a lantern! by Antonia Sass
Antonia Sass
Antonia Sass Dollar Store DIY: Grab a placemat from the Dollar Store and turn it into a lantern!
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This one is for all the hot cocoa lovers out there. Hot Chocolate Gift Box: felt snowflake stickers| blue felt box 6in| (2) white mugs| hot cocoa mix| chocolates| snowflake socks| ribbon Fill this box with some of your favorite hot cocoa and chocolate goodies to share. We found the snowflake socks and white mugs at the dollar store. by joann
joann
joann This one is for all the hot cocoa lovers out there. Hot Chocolate Gift Box: felt snowflake stickers| blue felt box 6in| (2) white mugs| hot cocoa mix| chocolates| snowflake socks| ribbon Fill this box with some of your favorite hot cocoa and chocolate goodies to share. We found the snowflake socks and white mugs at the dollar store.
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Make homeless care packages for the less fortunate this year. Here's a list of the items I put in my care packages: Holy Bible, granola bars, crackers, nuts, raisins, chips, cookies, deodorant, chapstick, hand sanitizer, bar soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, waterproof bandaids, hair brush, lotion, hand warmers, socks, hats, gloves, and a water bottle. All of the items shown I got at the dollar store. I also bought a back pack at a thrift shop for $2 to put all the supplies in. by della
della
della Make homeless care packages for the less fortunate this year. Here's a list of the items I put in my care packages: Holy Bible, granola bars, crackers, nuts, raisins, chips, cookies, deodorant, chapstick, hand sanitizer, bar soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, waterproof bandaids, hair brush, lotion, hand warmers, socks, hats, gloves, and a water bottle. All of the items shown I got at the dollar store. I also bought a back pack at a thrift shop for $2 to put all the supplies in.
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Awesome transformation of a seriously beat up dresser.  She used General Finishes Milk Paint from Rockler in Coastal Blue.  She goes into detail on the products she used to fix chips and to smooth the piece out. by kim
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kim Awesome transformation of a seriously beat up dresser. She used General Finishes Milk Paint from Rockler in Coastal Blue. She goes into detail on the products she used to fix chips and to smooth the piece out.
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A number cut out of cardboard and wrapped with boas... Perfect for a birthday party! Can get boas from dollar store. by Divonsir Borges
Divonsir Borges
Divonsir Borges A number cut out of cardboard and wrapped with boas... Perfect for a birthday party! Can get boas from dollar store.
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My Mom's Christmas Present!

I used two embroidery hoops. For bigger wreaths use 12' and 10' hoops. My craft store was out of the larger hoops so I used 8' and 10' hoops. I used approximately 64 crayons and hot glued them from the outer hoop to the inner hoop. After glueing the crayons I threaded the ribbon throughout the wreath and added the sign I found at a local dollar store. Easy and Fun project that teachers are for sure to Love! :) by andimy
andimy
andimy My Mom's Christmas Present! I used two embroidery hoops. For bigger wreaths use 12' and 10' hoops. My craft store was out of the larger hoops so I used 8' and 10' hoops. I used approximately 64 crayons and hot glued them from the outer hoop to the inner hoop. After glueing the crayons I threaded the ribbon throughout the wreath and added the sign I found at a local dollar store. Easy and Fun project that teachers are for sure to Love! :)
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I just printed silhouettes out on colored paper, cut them out, and wrote the quotes from the movies! Slap 'em in frames from the dollar store and boom! Some cheap wall decor for the dorm room :) by katie
katie
katie I just printed silhouettes out on colored paper, cut them out, and wrote the quotes from the movies! Slap 'em in frames from the dollar store and boom! Some cheap wall decor for the dorm room :)
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The red shirt dress has wide lapels, midi length and long sleeves. The front lower part of the dress has a side bow closure detail, inspired by the shape of a rose petal. Perfect for night. out in the town. We used deadstock material for this red collection, a leftover silk satin from Armani. FABRIC SILK SATIN. Material. Satin Silk. Made In. Macedonia. Shipped From. Macedonia. Lead Time. 3. 4 Days by Samantha Carter
Samantha Carter
Samantha Carter The red shirt dress has wide lapels, midi length and long sleeves. The front lower part of the dress has a side bow closure detail, inspired by the shape of a rose petal. Perfect for night. out in the town. We used deadstock material for this red collection, a leftover silk satin from Armani. FABRIC SILK SATIN. Material. Satin Silk. Made In. Macedonia. Shipped From. Macedonia. Lead Time. 3. 4 Days
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NEVER ENDING DRYER SHEETS  WHAT YOU NEED:  1 Container with an airtight lid (grabbed out of my pantry)... 4 sponges cut in half ($1.00 for a 4pk at the dollar store) 1 cup of your favorite fabric softener ($0.30 worth of fabric softener) 2 cups water (free from my tap)  WHAT TO DO:  Mix the water and fabric softener into a plastic container. Add the cut sponges so they can soak in the mixture. When ready to use, squeeze the excess liquid from 1 sponge and place into the dryer with your wet ... by christian
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christian NEVER ENDING DRYER SHEETS WHAT YOU NEED: 1 Container with an airtight lid (grabbed out of my pantry)... 4 sponges cut in half ($1.00 for a 4pk at the dollar store) 1 cup of your favorite fabric softener ($0.30 worth of fabric softener) 2 cups water (free from my tap) WHAT TO DO: Mix the water and fabric softener into a plastic container. Add the cut sponges so they can soak in the mixture. When ready to use, squeeze the excess liquid from 1 sponge and place into the dryer with your wet ...
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