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Heat Fused Grocery Bag Placemat

Heat Fused Grocery Bag Placemat Don't throw away your plastic grocery bags! Learn all about heat fusing with these recycled crafts ideas, and you can turn regular plastic bags into kitschy placemats for your kitchen table.

 

Dyed Napkins With Watermelon Applique

Dyed Napkins With Watermelon Applique Dress up your table with Dyed Napkins With Watermelon Applique. This adorable applique craft is perfect for a summer cookout or holiday barbeque! Summer won't be complete until you've celebrated with this easy craft.

 

Upcycled Utensil Cans

upcycled utensil cans 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.

 

Chalkboard Coat Hanger

Chalkboard Coat Hanger Transform an old coat hanger that hangs on your wall into this fantastic chalkboard painted coat hanger. This is a great way to remind everyone in the house about upcoming meetings, where the kids are after school, and last minute reminders for keys and wallets!

 

The Dreamiest Treat Jars

The Dreamiest Treat Jars When the visions of sugar plums are finished dancing in your head, no longer will you be disappointed. Martha Stewart Crafts has given you all the tips you need to create The Dreamiest Treat Jars. These sweet jars look nice on the counter top and look even nicer filled with your favorite candy. This tutorial will teach you how to paint glass so that it looks neat and cheerful and good enough to want to eat. Use them as a special place to stash rewards for your children, but make sure you paint a special one to keep all to yourself.

 

Magical Forest Trivet

Magical Forest Trivet Whether you live in the woods or inhabit an urban jungle, this Magical Forest Trivet is a welcome addition to any kitchen. Head outside and grab some actual branches - country craft ideas look best when the material is authentic. Luckily, you don't need a saw to cut the pieces (if you use birch). The branches should be soft enough to cut with a small sharp knife. Glue the wood pieces to cardboard to ensure that the piece stays together. Place a teapot or bowl on this trivet and transform your room. This is a great craft for fall because it gives you an excuse to head outside before it gets too cold.

 

Fabric Covered Coasters

Fabric Covered Coasters Use an intricate fabric design to create these Fabric Covered Coasters. DIY drink coasters like these make great gifts for anyone on your list, and they're a great way to work through that pile of fabric scraps! It's super easy and fun to make your own coasters, and you'll have so much fun creating these fabric coasters for everyone on your gift list.

 

Etched Martini Glasses

Etched Martini Glasses These etched martini glasses will give your cocktail some saucy flair! Follow these glass etching instructions and change your plain martini glasses into etched glass sensations.

 

Etched Graphic Tall Glasses

Etched Graphic Tall Glasses These etched water glasses are classy and modern with the stenciled graphic design. Make a full set of four for a wedding gift.

 

Vintage Decoupage Tin

Vintage Decoupage Tin Take an old tin and turn it into something new! This Vintage Decoupage Tin is a great way to repurpose an old cookie tin and turn it into a kitchen decor item, a gift, or a cute way to store utensils or craft supplies.

 

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