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This is a nice (cheap) gift idea - DIY Candy Wreath http://ediblecraftsonline.com/candy_bouquets/cb19/index.htm
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Does this mechanism have a name ?
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Marble machine
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Here it is, the second part the suitcase toolbox of my #scrapwood video serie . Don't be shy to share it if you like it. I'll appreciate that. It was a funny project. Enjoy guys and thanks :) !
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Cute Money candy bouquet tutorial makes a great gift for any occasion. 
Fun St Patrick Day Crafts: Money Candy Bouquet how to tutorial.
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That's so Kool! Thanks for the idea. 
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Here is a delicious candy bouquet gift you can make for your partner this Valentine's Day
Looking for unique Valentines Day gifts? Candy bouquet makes an adorable Valentines gift for him or her; photo tutorial.
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Here's the brand new one guys - just in time for Christmas! :-)

I hope you all enjoy it and would like to wish you all a very merry Christmas and all the best for 2015.

Dave x

#chainsaw   #carvingart   #woodworking   #sculpture  
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Urban Craft Camp is my newest obsession.  The one I attend is in San Diego and if you're local you should check it out.  (If you're not local, you should look for something similar in your area—and if one doesn't exist, you should start one!)

Read more here:  
http://www.acasarella.net/2014/11/urban-craft-camp.html

  #Handmade
#Craft  
#SanDiego  
#ChalkboardArt  
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Ok... Sold .... Going to give a wine & oil-painting social event a go. If the wine is good, the art will look better after each glass and the socializing should be a hoot :)
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Make Turtle, Tortoise, Tortue, Tortuga, Tartaruga
#HowTo #Make #Turtle  
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Even Aluminum parts can be parts of Quad-copter, wonderful!!!
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Peeps Bunnies and tulips sliceform torus wreath. 

http://www.extremepapercrafting.com/2015/03/peeps-bunnies-and-tulips-torus.html
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I realy like the result ! It should be a useful suitcase ! Watch the building videos here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhvKqqjWycY ! Thanks all :)
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Hailz ! Here it is, the video of the first part of my #suitcase toolbox. ScrapWood series. Enjoy.
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Taking old fence and converting to frame to hang pictures
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I have been documenting this process. Will share it all out when done.
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1st Pass at the window glass.
Hmm. 1275 F was not enough for this tough stuff!
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+Mike Carrick thanks for the link, taking a look
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From log to spoon
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PIXELATED GLOW-IN-THE-DARK SKULL SHIRT

http://www.agirlandagluegun.com/2014/10/halloween-pixelated-shirt-with-glow-in-the-dark-fabric-paint.html

PIN IT: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/247698048231091607/

This shirt is beyond cool! See how to make this clever design on A Girl and a Glue Gun blog! #halloween #skull #diy #crafts #pixel #design  
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I made this bracelet for a technical theatre job over the summer, rebuilding and refurbishing an old set. It worked surprisingly well, so I decided to share how I made it here!
I'm a sucker for simple solutions for even the most superficial problems, so when I saw this magnetic bracelet for holding screws and nails during projects, I was sold from the start. But I needed something before I had to go...
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