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Fabric Scrap Garland

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DIY Fabric Scrap Garland Hi guys! I never thought I’d say it, but I spent all last week painting the interior of my house white.  I used to be the president of the Anti-White Wall Club, but after living for over 10 years with buttery yellow walls in our main living area I was ready for a change.  The white feels completely fresh and I am loving it!  The trendy white look is bright and beautiful, but I don’t want to give up the vibrant colorful feeling we’ve always had either, so I am adding colorful accents all over the [&hellip

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Pinecone Monster Halloween Wreath Tutorial

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DIY Monster Halloween Wreath  Yay for October! That means I can FINALLY put my Monster Wreath on my front door! I had the idea to use pinecones to create a monster Halloween wreath for over a month now, but I’ve been so busy helping with Davis’s new dental office here in Chesterfield, VA that I just barely had a chance to make it! But I’m so excited to show him off! I wanted to create a monster wreath for Halloween that had some fun texture. So I thought and thought about materials that had fun texture and when I saw [&hellip

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Halloween Lacing Craft for Kids

Cute Halloween Craft for kids - Halloween Lacing.

Hey girls! It’s Brandy from Gluesticks and today I’m excited to share a cute Halloween craft for kids that I recently made with my daughter, Kaylee. She’s been asking for sewing lessons and so I decided to start with the basics. A plastic needle and some thread. We created a simple lacing project that can easily be customized for any holiday! Halloween Lacing Craft for Kids Supplies: Felt scraps burlap canvas (I bought mine in a 2 pack at Walmart) plastic needle embroidery floss adhesive or craft glue punch tool Black Fabric (puff) paint for eyes Optional: I used a round [&hellip

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Crewel Art Display

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Crewel Art Display I’ve been collecting crewel art for my daughter’s room over the past two-three years.   The typically bright palettes make them perfect for a little girls’s room.  I purchased this garden themed crewelwork from Etsy.   The design and poem were just too sweet to pass up but  I did not care for the frame or the glass.  I know the glass may help protect the piece but it really detracts from the dimension of the piece.  I definitely prefer crewel pieces that aren’t behind glass. So, I came up with a plan on how I could display my Crewel [&hellip

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Camera Strap Slipcover Tutorial

Make camera strap cover

Easy Camera Strap Slipcover Hello! It’s Brandy from Gluesticks. My trusty camera, of two years, recently called it quits. When I showed my new camera to my husband he said it looked weird without my bright strap cover that I had on it. I thought so too. It needed a little personality and these strap covers are so quick and easy to make! A GREAT scrap fabric project. Have a Craft Question? Post it on our Facebook page and Get Answers!  Camera Strap Slipcover Tutorial Skill Level: Beginner Supplies: Fabric Scraps Pins Sewing Machine Tape Measure Scissors 1. These stock [&hellip

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Easy T-Shirt Bag Tutorial

Make this t-shirt bag in a snap! Free tutorial perfect for kids!

Easy T-Shirt Bag Tutorial Hi everyone! Brandy here from Gluesticks and today I’m sharing a fun summer project for KIDS. I have four of them so we have a lot of fun during summer vacation. This easy t-shirt bag tutorial is the perfect craft for kids. They come together in about 2 minutes and are then ready to decorate! Perfect for summer camp, afternoons at the pool, slumber parties and picnics. They also work great for reusable grocery bags. Have a Craft Question? Post it on our Facebook Page and get Answers!  I’ve seen these floating around for years and [&hellip

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How to Make Pom Pom Trim Tutorial

Make your own pom pom trim!

How to Make Pom Pom Trim Hey guys! Today I have a tutorial to help you make your own diy pom pom trim. Normally, I have no problem buying pom-pom trim, but recently I was giving our outdoor umbrella an upgrade, and I really wanted to add a large pom-pom trim to the bottom. I needed about six yards of trim, and the one I wanted was $8 a yard, which meant nearly $50 bucks in total for my project! That was way more than I wanted to spend, so I decided to try it make my own pom pom [&hellip

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