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This beautiful stained glass rose mosaic is lit from behind and can be hung anywhere, not just the window! This rose is inspired by the one from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, and uses five different kinds of glass, as well as glass marbles. Although the finished piece looks expensive, it’s really not. It’s also not that hard to make. Unlike traditional stained glass, which is made with lead came or copper foil, mosaics are
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Most children play with stuffed animals, but there are not a lot of tutorials for making accessories for pretend play with stuffed animals. Most tutorials for pretend play are for dolls instead. Here, I’m making a sleeping bag for a medium-sized stuffed animal. Kids can pretend their stuffed animals are going to a sleep over and need a sleeping bag to join in the fun. Supplies: A sweater, preferably fleece Needle Thread Scissors Sharpie Plushie–
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Sculpey is extremely versatile. You can make pretty much anything you want out of it. While I was making the Sculpey Sea Dragon, I realized how easy it would be to make a mermaid tail charm. The process is very similar, and if you are following along with my tutorials, you probably already have everything you need to make the mermaid tail charm. Supplies: Wire Pliers Toothpick Gold paint Green paint Purple paint Clear nail
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Sculpey sea dragons are adorable and creepy at the same time. You can make them with their paws out to hold a pencil or other small objects, too! They are easier to make than they look. You will need: Sculpey Wire Pliers Green paint Blue paint Pink paint A sky blue non metallic for a base coat A toothpick  Prepare the Wire Base Start by using your pliers to bend out and cut some wire
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Stitch is a very cute Disney character that can be difficult to draw, However this helpful tutorial inspired by Disney’s art festival makes it much easier to handle! While sketching stitch, I met Vlogger Brandon, from Brandon GoesRawrr. He inspired me to make this tutorial. We were not allowed to use erasers, so I challenge you to draw without one! Sketch lightly so that your mistakes can be ignored.  Here are some of my favorite
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Meet Quackers. He is a polymer clay duck who is larger than a grain of rice, but smaller than a dime. He is yellow, cute and easy to make! To make Quackers, You will need: A toothpick An oven Hands Sculpey Yellow nail polish Black nail polish Orange nail polish Make Three Balls of Clay Start off by making three balls of clay, like you would to make a snowman. One should be larger than
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Baking soda is something a lot of people keep in their fridge to keep it deodorized, but did you know it can clean so much more than just fridge funk? A lot of people use chemical cleaners such as Comet to scrub away at stains in their bathtubs, sinks, etc. However, I have found that there is no reason to use Comet instead of Baking soda and sometimes vinegar. Comet is basically working by its
Sew After you scroll through the Tumblr or Pinterest, you can pick out a cute pattern to sew little plushies or make a piece of clothing or a purse. Here are 3 adorable plush patterns.      There is also a seahorse by Jeniro Designs, and a bat by Choly Knight. Here are some cute fabrics I found! Some funny sloths, pretty fur, and somefelt. Pinterest This site can keep you entertained for hours. One
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Are you bored at home? Here are some easy and fun crafts teenagers can make from things laying around the house! Kawaii pencil cup     You may remember I did a DIY very similar to this, but a Pikachu. I was inspired by this creation byRed Ted Blog,and I encourage you to try it! It is fun and simple, but quite adorable. Remember to be careful if you use a sharpie to draw on
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You can make easy and inexpensive coasters with glue and popsicle sticks. With a little creativity, you can easily create interesting coasters your guests might actually use! The pallet furniture trend isn’t going away any time soon, and with a few popsicle sticks, you can make coasters with a rustic, pallet look. You will need: 13 popsicle sticks Scissors you don’t particularly care about Hot glue gun (Be careful… don’t get hurt!) Silver fine tip
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