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Tonya Kitchel
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Rose-Flavored Kombucha
Do you make your own kombucha? If you do, I've got a fantastic suggestion for flavoring it during your second fermentation. Just add about 10 dried rose petals to 3 cups of kombucha and let it sit for two days. I wasn't sure how the flavors would combine, b...
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Ombre Nails - No Painting Skills Required
I wanted to do something fun with my nails, but I don't ha ve the skill or time to do a fancy ombre on each nail. I decided to paint each nail a different color, mirroring the pattern on the other hand. It's quick and simple, and easy to touch up a chipped ...
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Valentine's Day Ring Dishes
These little bowls are made from Sculpey, and they're so fun to make. I'll show you three ways to make different patterns, and I'm sure you'll come up with tons of ways to personalize your own bowls.    *I recommend taping a piece of waxed paper to the tabl...
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Riveted Leather Clutch with Two Wrist Straps
This is the first time I've worked with leather in this way, and I am super happy about how well it went. I bought a bag of leather scraps from Michael's craft store. You can't (aren't supposed to) open the bags to see what's in them, but the bags are clear...
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Make a Flannel Blanket Scarf
Do you need a big, cozy blanket scarf this winter? Or want to give one as a gift? They are so easy and inexpensive to make!  You only need to buy 2 yards of flannel fabric. I got mine on sale at Joann.com for under $5 per yard. What you need: 2 yards of fla...
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How to make your own Christmas crackers. They would be fun for New Year's Eve, too.
Christmas Crackers
Christmas Crackers
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Christmas Crackers
These Christmas crackers are an English tradition that began in Victorian times. When you pull hard on the ends, the cracker snap POPS and there is a surprise (or a few) inside. You can put in any little prize you like: candy, whistles, toys, jokes, trinket...
Christmas Crackers
Christmas Crackers
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