Use real flowers or faux! Pull each flower off stem, pin with the white-headed pins on a foam egg, spray a crystal candle stick! Pretty by marla
marla
marla Use real flowers or faux! Pull each flower off stem, pin with the white-headed pins on a foam egg, spray a crystal candle stick! Pretty
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Thats a branch with any type of fake flowers,streamers, ribbon!! Or cut cheap leys you can get them at party stores.. Spray paint them a metalic color spray paint. Buy a ley that the flowers wont slide off after you cut it.. Or paint it like i said,but before cutting,then cut an if its a pull apart one, use a pretty ribbon string or fishing line and alternate big beads with your flowers by debbie.rose.37
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debbie.rose.37 Thats a branch with any type of fake flowers,streamers, ribbon!! Or cut cheap leys you can get them at party stores.. Spray paint them a metalic color spray paint. Buy a ley that the flowers wont slide off after you cut it.. Or paint it like i said,but before cutting,then cut an if its a pull apart one, use a pretty ribbon string or fishing line and alternate big beads with your flowers
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DIY How to Make a Floating Candle Centerpiece...Use three cylinder vases (different sizes) and place the appropriate width floating candle in each. Place a faux helicona blossom and leaves in the vase. Use wire cutters to cut off the long stem. The lighting effect comes for a vase illuminator. Place a tulle circle over the illuminator to match you wedding colors or the table cloth colors. by DeeDeeBean
DeeDeeBean
DeeDeeBean DIY How to Make a Floating Candle Centerpiece...Use three cylinder vases (different sizes) and place the appropriate width floating candle in each. Place a faux helicona blossom and leaves in the vase. Use wire cutters to cut off the long stem. The lighting effect comes for a vase illuminator. Place a tulle circle over the illuminator to match you wedding colors or the table cloth colors.
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Perfectly cooked, shaped eggs - and you can bake a whole lot simultaneously: Just grab a muffin tin and and very lightly oil each spot in the tin with either butter or spray oil. Then crack an egg in each muffin area! Stick these in a 350 degree oven for about 15-20 minutes. Put on a English muffin, with shredded cheese. Can be frozen and reheated. (more a tip than a recipe-use whole wheat English Muffin) by nell
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nell Perfectly cooked, shaped eggs - and you can bake a whole lot simultaneously: Just grab a muffin tin and and very lightly oil each spot in the tin with either butter or spray oil. Then crack an egg in each muffin area! Stick these in a 350 degree oven for about 15-20 minutes. Put on a English muffin, with shredded cheese. Can be frozen and reheated. (more a tip than a recipe-use whole wheat English Muffin)
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Chalkboard book - lightly sandpaper each page of a board book, spray with gesso or white primer, coat each page with chalkboard spray a few times once dry, use White marker to create activities on each page by selena
selena
selena Chalkboard book - lightly sandpaper each page of a board book, spray with gesso or white primer, coat each page with chalkboard spray a few times once dry, use White marker to create activities on each page
Cooking and Baking
Top 32 Easy DIY Thanksgiving Crafts Kids Can Make/ Foam wreath, wrap with fabric or ribbon, use corsage pins to pin cricut leaves on after child has written something they are thankful for, do this every day and it will be full by thanksgiving, then have the children read each leaf. by camille
camille
camille Top 32 Easy DIY Thanksgiving Crafts Kids Can Make/ Foam wreath, wrap with fabric or ribbon, use corsage pins to pin cricut leaves on after child has written something they are thankful for, do this every day and it will be full by thanksgiving, then have the children read each leaf.
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This 8-inch hand painted flower pot has a large graphic robins egg blue flower on a chocolate brown background. I outlined the flowers with white ink to give it a bold graphic look. It can be used as a centerpiece, silverware caddy or mantel decor. Or, if you're not quite the entertainer, just stick a fern in it and sit back for all to admire! $22.00 by katharine
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katharine This 8-inch hand painted flower pot has a large graphic robins egg blue flower on a chocolate brown background. I outlined the flowers with white ink to give it a bold graphic look. It can be used as a centerpiece, silverware caddy or mantel decor. Or, if you're not quite the entertainer, just stick a fern in it and sit back for all to admire! $22.00
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Perfectly cooked, shaped eggs - and you can bake a whole lot simultaneously: Just grab a muffin tin and and very lightly oil each spot in the tin with either butter or spray oil. Then crack an egg in each muffin area! Stick these in a 350 degree oven for about 15-20 minutes. Put on a English muffin, with shredded cheese. Brilliant! by der.kata
der.kata
der.kata Perfectly cooked, shaped eggs - and you can bake a whole lot simultaneously: Just grab a muffin tin and and very lightly oil each spot in the tin with either butter or spray oil. Then crack an egg in each muffin area! Stick these in a 350 degree oven for about 15-20 minutes. Put on a English muffin, with shredded cheese. Brilliant!
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Perfectly cooked, shaped eggs - and you can bake a whole lot simultaneously: Just grab a muffin tin and and very lightly oil each spot in the tin with either butter or spray oil. Then crack an egg in each muffin area!  Stick these in a 350 degree oven for about 15-20 minutes.  Put on a English muffin, with shredded cheese.  Brilliant! by Liya Banks
Liya Banks
Liya Banks Perfectly cooked, shaped eggs - and you can bake a whole lot simultaneously: Just grab a muffin tin and and very lightly oil each spot in the tin with either butter or spray oil. Then crack an egg in each muffin area! Stick these in a 350 degree oven for about 15-20 minutes. Put on a English muffin, with shredded cheese. Brilliant!
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Create spotlight-worthy displays by hanging vintage wire trays lined with favorite pictures. These flower portraits are printed on photo paper; a large white border provides a matlike finish. For a sturdy backing, use spray adhesive to secure photos to a foam core cut to fit each tray. Thread ribbon through the sides of the tray and tie the ends together in a bow for a flirty finish. Complete the picture with metal label holders. by clarissa
clarissa
clarissa Create spotlight-worthy displays by hanging vintage wire trays lined with favorite pictures. These flower portraits are printed on photo paper; a large white border provides a matlike finish. For a sturdy backing, use spray adhesive to secure photos to a foam core cut to fit each tray. Thread ribbon through the sides of the tray and tie the ends together in a bow for a flirty finish. Complete the picture with metal label holders.
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DIY boutonnières.   Supplies: fake flowers, floral wire, floral tape, ribbon, hot glue gun, and wire cutters.   Cut the flower down to preferred size, remove the leaves, hot glue leaves to liking on back of flower (or around), wrap stem with wire (to allow pin to slide through stem easily) followed by floral tape. Hot glue ribbon and DONE! Cheap and easy. Add the pin and ready for wedding day!  A little time consuming but totally cost efficient and worth it! by gladys
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gladys DIY boutonnières. Supplies: fake flowers, floral wire, floral tape, ribbon, hot glue gun, and wire cutters. Cut the flower down to preferred size, remove the leaves, hot glue leaves to liking on back of flower (or around), wrap stem with wire (to allow pin to slide through stem easily) followed by floral tape. Hot glue ribbon and DONE! Cheap and easy. Add the pin and ready for wedding day! A little time consuming but totally cost efficient and worth it!
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Love this idea DIY candle holders Pretty and unique table numbers for wedding reception #wedding #weddings #DIY. Use the rubber band idea in other pin and stick a table number tag on it. by darcy
darcy
darcy Love this idea DIY candle holders Pretty and unique table numbers for wedding reception #wedding #weddings #DIY. Use the rubber band idea in other pin and stick a table number tag on it.
Houses and homes
Pugster Wholsale Crystal Rhinestone Wedding Bridal Bouquet Flower Brooch Pin (to go on my sash from my dress maybe with some flower. Like the off white pearl ones) by Cloud9
Cloud9
Cloud9 Pugster Wholsale Crystal Rhinestone Wedding Bridal Bouquet Flower Brooch Pin (to go on my sash from my dress maybe with some flower. Like the off white pearl ones)
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Delicate daisy chain and flower head temporary tattoos. Adorn yourself with these pretty wild flowers. All the fun of real tattoos with none of the pain or long-term commitment!Taken from Victoria's original illustrations, each 'tattoo' pack comes with full application instructions , ready to carefully cut out, share and wear. Perfect for festival season!Choose from either a single daisy chain bracelet and one small flower head OR our complete set. The delightful packaging m... by lucinda
lucinda
lucinda Delicate daisy chain and flower head temporary tattoos. Adorn yourself with these pretty wild flowers. All the fun of real tattoos with none of the pain or long-term commitment!Taken from Victoria's original illustrations, each 'tattoo' pack comes with full application instructions , ready to carefully cut out, share and wear. Perfect for festival season!Choose from either a single daisy chain bracelet and one small flower head OR our complete set. The delightful packaging m...
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Candles  Fill an old garden pot with wet floral foam, and add a candle. Stick eucalyptus berries and viburnum in the foam around the edge of the pot. Don't use dried flowers as they could be a fire hazard.    Read more: Ideas for Flowers - Country Living by leola
leola
leola Candles Fill an old garden pot with wet floral foam, and add a candle. Stick eucalyptus berries and viburnum in the foam around the edge of the pot. Don't use dried flowers as they could be a fire hazard. Read more: Ideas for Flowers - Country Living
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attach buttons to a Styrofoam cone with pearl-headed pins. On top, leave the pin sticking up a bit and tie the ribbon around it. @Jackie Cooper - Maybe one more button craft? :) by DRAGONFLIES
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DRAGONFLIES attach buttons to a Styrofoam cone with pearl-headed pins. On top, leave the pin sticking up a bit and tie the ribbon around it. @Jackie Cooper - Maybe one more button craft? :)
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Perfectly cooked, shaped eggs - and you can bake a whole lot simultaneously: Just grab a muffin tin and and very lightly oil each spot in the tin with either butter or spray oil. Then crack an egg in each muffin area!  Stick these in a 350 degree oven for about 15-20 minutes.  Put on a English muffin, with shredded cheese.  Can be frozen and reheated. Brilliant! by bmcchilds
bmcchilds
bmcchilds Perfectly cooked, shaped eggs - and you can bake a whole lot simultaneously: Just grab a muffin tin and and very lightly oil each spot in the tin with either butter or spray oil. Then crack an egg in each muffin area! Stick these in a 350 degree oven for about 15-20 minutes. Put on a English muffin, with shredded cheese. Can be frozen and reheated. Brilliant!
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Another pinner said...I do this daily (: Perfectly cooked, shaped eggs - and you can bake a whole lot simultaneously: Just grab a muffin tin and and very lightly oil each spot in the tin with either butter or spray oil. Then crack an egg in each muffin area! Stick these in a 350 degree oven for about 15-20 minutes. Put on a English muffin, with shredded cheese. Can be frozen and reheated. Brilliant! by angeldreamprom
angeldreamprom
angeldreamprom Another pinner said...I do this daily (: Perfectly cooked, shaped eggs - and you can bake a whole lot simultaneously: Just grab a muffin tin and and very lightly oil each spot in the tin with either butter or spray oil. Then crack an egg in each muffin area! Stick these in a 350 degree oven for about 15-20 minutes. Put on a English muffin, with shredded cheese. Can be frozen and reheated. Brilliant!
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Jingle Bell Flower Ornament.  Editor's Tip: We love the way red flowers look on a faux white tree. If you have a traditional green tree, paint the egg cups white to create a snowy look. by ramona
ramona
ramona Jingle Bell Flower Ornament. Editor's Tip: We love the way red flowers look on a faux white tree. If you have a traditional green tree, paint the egg cups white to create a snowy look.
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Knot Hairstyle Instructions...This style is super easy to achieve. First, pull your hair into two low pigtails. Divide each side into two pieces and tie as many knots as your length will allow for (I do four on each side). I pull the pieces upwards as I am tying the knots. Before you pin, use your fingers to loosen each knot. Secure with as many bobby pins as needed. by georgette
georgette
georgette Knot Hairstyle Instructions...This style is super easy to achieve. First, pull your hair into two low pigtails. Divide each side into two pieces and tie as many knots as your length will allow for (I do four on each side). I pull the pieces upwards as I am tying the knots. Before you pin, use your fingers to loosen each knot. Secure with as many bobby pins as needed.
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Binky Babies: For these sweet, sleepy babes, start with small round pumpkins. For each, cut the nipple from a pacifier and attach the base to the pumpkin with pins, pressing them through any holes in the pacifier. Add eyes with black marker. Top with a baby's cap or, if there's a long curly stem, tie on a ribbon bow. by charmaine
charmaine
charmaine Binky Babies: For these sweet, sleepy babes, start with small round pumpkins. For each, cut the nipple from a pacifier and attach the base to the pumpkin with pins, pressing them through any holes in the pacifier. Add eyes with black marker. Top with a baby's cap or, if there's a long curly stem, tie on a ribbon bow.
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Bacon Egg Cups - Breakfast Whip the eggs, salt, pepper and cheese with a fork. Spray non stick spray in 12 muffin tins. Wrap each piece of bacon inside the sides of each muffin cup 350 F 30 min by Livetoread60
Livetoread60
Livetoread60 Bacon Egg Cups - Breakfast Whip the eggs, salt, pepper and cheese with a fork. Spray non stick spray in 12 muffin tins. Wrap each piece of bacon inside the sides of each muffin cup 350 F 30 min
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A pair of Paris porcelain~Cobalt blue ground vases Each painted on one side with a pastoral view of huntsmen and hounds~The reverse gilt with a pair of chained hounds beneath a laurel wreath enclosing bull's mark~Within stylized floral scroll borders suspending trophies~The handles molded and painted in gold and matte gold with mythological bird headed beats ending in palm frond terminals~All within neoclassical flower stem and leaf tip borders~Origin France~Circa 1810-1830 by Divonsir Borges
Divonsir Borges
Divonsir Borges A pair of Paris porcelain~Cobalt blue ground vases Each painted on one side with a pastoral view of huntsmen and hounds~The reverse gilt with a pair of chained hounds beneath a laurel wreath enclosing bull's mark~Within stylized floral scroll borders suspending trophies~The handles molded and painted in gold and matte gold with mythological bird headed beats ending in palm frond terminals~All within neoclassical flower stem and leaf tip borders~Origin France~Circa 1810-1830
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clever self-pin knitted in? Or just a covered O-ring to use with a stick? by maritza
maritza
maritza clever self-pin knitted in? Or just a covered O-ring to use with a stick?
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Split the hair into two even sections. Step 2: Braid each ponytail into a simple braid. Secure each braid with a ponytail. Use your fingers to ensure that the braid is flat. Step 3: Cross the two braids. Step 4: Pull the two braids so that forms a knot with your hair. Step 5: Tuck the remaining hairs either over or under, so that no pieces are left out. Step 6: Use bobby pins to secure . by King_guosir
King_guosir
King_guosir Split the hair into two even sections. Step 2: Braid each ponytail into a simple braid. Secure each braid with a ponytail. Use your fingers to ensure that the braid is flat. Step 3: Cross the two braids. Step 4: Pull the two braids so that forms a knot with your hair. Step 5: Tuck the remaining hairs either over or under, so that no pieces are left out. Step 6: Use bobby pins to secure .
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Transform a six-panel window into a home office calendar to ease your planning pains. Each day of the workweek is assigned a frame, and the sixth makes room for extra notes or magnets. Tape off the wooden frame with painter's tape. To make your calendar magnetic, spray several coats of magnetic spray paint on the front of the glass, allowing each coat to dry between applications. Then paint each pane with chalkboard paint using a paintbrush to edge and a small foam roller for smooth surfaces. by kerry.fitzpatrick1
kerry.fitzpatrick1
kerry.fitzpatrick1 Transform a six-panel window into a home office calendar to ease your planning pains. Each day of the workweek is assigned a frame, and the sixth makes room for extra notes or magnets. Tape off the wooden frame with painter's tape. To make your calendar magnetic, spray several coats of magnetic spray paint on the front of the glass, allowing each coat to dry between applications. Then paint each pane with chalkboard paint using a paintbrush to edge and a small foam roller for smooth surfaces.
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clothes pins with a thumb tack on the back to use with a cork board. No more punching holes in things you wanna pin up! by Hercio Dias
Hercio Dias
Hercio Dias clothes pins with a thumb tack on the back to use with a cork board. No more punching holes in things you wanna pin up!
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Easy way to make hanging flower balls. Wiffle balls from dollar store, dollar store fake flowers, pull the stems off the flower, hot glue around the circle in the wiffle ball, press flower into the hole making sure the bottom of the flower, keep going until the ball is full of flowers, then hang with a ribbon - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins by guadalupe
guadalupe
guadalupe Easy way to make hanging flower balls. Wiffle balls from dollar store, dollar store fake flowers, pull the stems off the flower, hot glue around the circle in the wiffle ball, press flower into the hole making sure the bottom of the flower, keep going until the ball is full of flowers, then hang with a ribbon - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins
Artistes of all kinds
Zoe Saldana's Side-Swept Updo..Create a deep side part and draw out a two-inch section running from the part along the front hairline to the ear. Pull the rest of the hair off-center and collect it at the nape of the neck. Next, twist tresses loosely behind the ear and secure with u-shaped hair pins or bobby pins. Then use a large-barreled curling iron to make a few waves in the section of hair framing the face. by frances
frances
frances Zoe Saldana's Side-Swept Updo..Create a deep side part and draw out a two-inch section running from the part along the front hairline to the ear. Pull the rest of the hair off-center and collect it at the nape of the neck. Next, twist tresses loosely behind the ear and secure with u-shaped hair pins or bobby pins. Then use a large-barreled curling iron to make a few waves in the section of hair framing the face.
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1. This style is so easy, it's laughable. Day-old hair is best (which is true for most hairstyles, since it's easier to work with hair that has a little dirt in it).

2. Divide your hair into three equal parts and quickly spray each section with a little hairspray to help give it hold. Let the hairspray set for a couple seconds, and then lightly comb it out.

3. Take the section on your right side, and twist your hair all the way down to the end. You want to twist counter-clockwise, toward your face. Wrap the right section in on itself, just like you're making a little bun. Let some of the hair stick out, it's ok (you don't want them to look like Princess Leia buns).

4. Pin the right bun in place. I like to use these mini bobby pins, since they're easier to hide and they're coated in rubber so they hold your hair better.

5. Next, twist the middle section clockwise and pin. Then twist the left section clockwise and pin.

6. Spray the three buns with a little more hairspray, and you're done! by lady cherokee angel
lady cherokee angel
lady cherokee angel 1. This style is so easy, it's laughable. Day-old hair is best (which is true for most hairstyles, since it's easier to work with hair that has a little dirt in it). 2. Divide your hair into three equal parts and quickly spray each section with a little hairspray to help give it hold. Let the hairspray set for a couple seconds, and then lightly comb it out. 3. Take the section on your right side, and twist your hair all the way down to the end. You want to twist counter-clockwise, toward your face. Wrap the right section in on itself, just like you're making a little bun. Let some of the hair stick out, it's ok (you don't want them to look like Princess Leia buns). 4. Pin the right bun in place. I like to use these mini bobby pins, since they're easier to hide and they're coated in rubber so they hold your hair better. 5. Next, twist the middle section clockwise and pin. Then twist the left section clockwise and pin. 6. Spray the three buns with a little more hairspray, and you're done!
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10 Activities for the number 10     Run in place 10 times.    Hide ten sticky notes with the number 10 and find them.    Stack up 10 blocks.    Use a bowling set with 10 pins and knock them over.     Read a counting book and emphasis 10.    Count out 10 dimes.    Make a paper chain with 10 links, number each 1 to 10.    For spring, make a flower with 10 seeds or 10 petals.     Count to 10 on your fingers. Paint each hand and press down on paper. by lula
lula
lula 10 Activities for the number 10 Run in place 10 times. Hide ten sticky notes with the number 10 and find them. Stack up 10 blocks. Use a bowling set with 10 pins and knock them over. Read a counting book and emphasis 10. Count out 10 dimes. Make a paper chain with 10 links, number each 1 to 10. For spring, make a flower with 10 seeds or 10 petals. Count to 10 on your fingers. Paint each hand and press down on paper.
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