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Designer Barb Macaskill needed something to put her craft spray inks on that was pretty, yet functional. She rummaged around her basement and found a bunch of old dishware that wasn't being used anymore. She was surfing the net and found some lazy susan turntables and decided that would be a great way to store her sprays. This is a fun and simple project that anyone can do, and it could also be used to store makeup, spices, or you could even use it to hold desserts and food for a little party. No matter how you use it, you're sure to get great use out of this awesome DIY Lazy Susan.
These Upcycled Utensil Cans are great for organizing your kitchen utensils. Made from old formula cans, this craft is thrifty and useful. You could also use these upcycled canisters to store art supplies, jewelry, pens, and much more.
You can make these adorable Superhero Cork Coasters with just a few simple materials. Great for giving as a Father's Day gift or hostess gift, these adorable coasters are great for comic book fans. Planning a DIY wedding? These coasters would make an adorable party favor. You can use newspaper comics, comic book pages, book pages, cards, or your favorite images to make these adorable coasters. You can even use leftover Christmas wrapping paper to make a set of coasters that make a great last-minute stocking stuffer or white elephant gift.
Liven up your pantry or kitchen with these Fun n' Colorful Glass Canisters. Use the fun and decorative stencils from Handmade Charlotte to label your jars with cute little words and phrases. These Fun n' Colorful Glass Canisters also make wonderful gift ideas for friends and family, and they're just as useful in the bathroom or craft room as they are in the kitchen. All you need to create these sweet canisters is a set of stencils, a few bottles of paint, and a little imagination. Start the New Year off right by getting your home organized with the help of these Fun n' Colorful Glass Canisters.
Tie dye craft ideas are great for any time of year. Whether you live in Florida or just wish you did, consider creating some bright Sunshine State Tea Towels. Use standard tie dye techniques to complete this project and be sure to display them all year. Be sure to incorporate an ombre look into your tea towels - it's super trendy but never goes out of style. Best of all, this project is super inexpensive and a great alternative to spending a lot at a home decor shop.
Put your sewing room's scraps to good use with this Fabric Scrap Chalkboard. This piece of DIY home decor is as functional as it is adorable. With a little bit of chalkboard paint and a lot of creativity, you can achieve this precious patchwork look. The text on the top half of the chalkboard is totally up to you. Copy the lyrics to a favorite song or jot down a well-loved poem. Make your own chalkboard sign to write notes and reminders. Keep it in reach of the kids, and they can add pictures to this cute blackboard.
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