Make your own coasters- 4x4 tiles ($.16 Home Depot); 4x4 scrapbook paper; adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom

Make your own coasters with tiles, scrapbook paper, clear spray paint, felt pads, and mod podge. Adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry. Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom

Rubbing alcohol and ink.

Alcohol Inked Tile Coasters - 25 Decorative DIY Coasters You'll Be Proud to Show off . SourceIf you look at the finished product, you would never guess that these are DIY coasters. All you need are some tiles, rubbing alcohol and alcohol ink!

Sweet.

Top 100 Craft Tutorials of 2011 - I love The Long Thread. there's a good mix of sewing, quilting, and various other crafts in this list.

DIY tiered tray with Home Depot hardware.

an industrial spin on the tiered tray [a tutorial] - DIY tiered tray from plastic plates and hardware stuff.

You are my sunshine

You Are My Sunshine! My mom & I used to sing this song to Lynsey all the time when she was little! Sometimes, she would sing along & it was the sweetest thing ever! I hope she remembers this song when she has her own babies!

30 DIY Creative Ideas That Can Inspire You

glitter candle holders - looks like baby food bottles with glitter and tealight candles that are in the dollar store

Don't have a projector and want to paint something on the wall? Just need a box, a lamp and tape.

Paint a Mural in a Child's Nursery

Make your own DIY overhead projector for tracing wall murals. Make a makeshift projector using a box, a lamp and some tape. Project the transparency onto the wall. Use a light bulb without the "frosting" on the inside for a clearer picture.

put drops of acrylic paint inside clear bulbs, then shake...

Put drops of acrylic paint inside clear bulbs, then shake. So beautiful! Cant wait for christmas! Kids will love this Put drops of acrylic paint inside clear bulbs, then shake.

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