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How to Cut Wine Bottles

Simple tips for cutting wine bottles

images from Picklee.com and Wiki How to Cut Wine Bottles Cutting wine bottles is really popular! Crafters everywhere are using empty wine bottles for DIY weddings, home decor, and all sorts of different crafts. So if you’re looking to reuse wine bottles and need to cut them, here are some tips and tricks on How to Cut Wine Bottles! You can DIY it or buy a tool to do it for you. Here are what your fellow crafters had to say about the different methods and tools. Ashley asks: “Help! We are wanting to cut the bottoms off wine bottles for part [&hellip

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Super Easy Book Page Garland

Craftaholics Book Page Garland finished

Book Page Garland Hi guys!  I adore the look of old books and book page art.  Over the years I have amassed quite a collection of old books from thrift stores that I like to use for little projects around my house.  Don’t worry — none of them are valuable, though I did find Gary Cooper’s autograph on a slip of paper inside an old book one time!  Most of my stash have already had their covers removed and used for other projects, so all that is left are the beautiful old, yellowing pages that are so perfect for vintage-style [&hellip

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Where To Find Free Pallets

Where to find free pallets

Projects made with pallets are so popular and there so many creative things you can do with them. But, everyone wants to know where to find free pallets! I have some great places for you to try out today thanks to the crafters over on the Craftaholics Anonymous Facebook page crafting community! Karen asks: “Where does everyone get their pallets to use for all the awesome pallet projects I see? I would love to try some of the projects but have no idea where to get pallets. Thanks!” Suggestions and ideas for this post were taken from this thread on [&hellip

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DIY: Custom Notepad

Make your own customized notepad! #backtoschool #notepad #tutorial

Make Your Own Custom Notepad Hey friends! It’s Aki from Minted Strawberry dropping by to share with you how to make your own custom notepad. Why do you need customized notepads, you ask? Well sometimes you just can’t find a design you like in a store – right? I always run into problems like that. Recently my fiance ran out of his special notepad (the ones I make for him). He requested I make another one and I figured I’d share how I customize my notepads. What you need: Notepad X-acto knife Ruler Pencil Scrapbook paper/cardstock Acrylic paint Brush Stencil Stamp (optional) [&hellip

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DIY Sketchbook Art Canvas

Transform vintage books with this easy tutorial! #tutorial #vintagebooks #diyart

Hello crafters!  Today I have an easy (and inexpensive!) art project to share.  We’re completing a whole home renovation and recently started working on our sons’ room. The room will be camp themed so I knew I wanted art that says “Be strong and courageous”.  I found some linen-esque bound sketchbooks at A.C. Moore on sale for $5.00.  With the addition of a metallic gold Sharpie making some art that has the look of an embossed linen bound novel was easy. Have a Craft Question? Post it on our Facebook Page and get answers!  DIY Sketchbook Art Canvas created by: Jessica of [&hellip

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DIY Cookie Sheet Chore Charts

Cookie sheet chore charts for kids.

This project is brought to you by Scotch®. All opinions are 100% my own! See my disclosure page for a complete statement. Cookie Sheet Chore Charts The day has finally come! My boys are getting old enough to start doing real chores and helping around the house. Hallelujah! I’ll take whatever help I can get these days. ha! Although I have to say now that we’ve had chore charts, I’m kinda thinking its more work getting them to do their chores than it would be if I actually did them myself….just saying.    I whipped up these snazzy Cookie Sheet chore [&hellip

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Simple Crochet Pencil Pouch

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Simple Crochet Pencil Pouch Hey there! It’s Alexis back with a new crochet pattern for you all today. This little crochet pencil pouch is super cute, but also happens to be super simple – it is totally doable for a crochet beginner. In fact, I have taught a few informal crochet classes and I have used this pattern in those classes. It’s a perfect beginner pattern because while it is basically a rectangle, but is works up more quickly than a scarf and feels a bit more special, in my opinion. To make this pouch, you will need to know how [&hellip

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