diy cotton reel cactus kit
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diy cotton reel cactus kit

Not much of a green thumb? Not to worry. This sweet little craft project is for plant enthusiasts more comfortable with a thimble than pruning shears. It’s called…

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learn the leaf stitch
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learn the leaf stitch

There is no household item that cannot be made ten times sweeter with a stitch or two. Case in point: these leaf stitch coasters. If you’ve got the…

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diy paper plant
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diy paper plant

Ooh, a pretty plant that requires zero care or nourishment at all. Could it be? Well, if you don’t require your foliage to actually be alive, the creative…

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minky moo ceramics
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minky moo ceramics

Plants are basically pets. Think about it. Leafy babies need someone to look after them while their parents are away. They also require a trim every now and…

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diy wire hand necklace
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diy wire hand necklace

Consider this necklace the grown-up version of tracing your hands. Rather than putting crayon to paper, this charming neck decoration involves sculpting a length of wire to replicate…

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stamp yo face
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stamp yo face

Snail mail hasn’t been the same since email hit the scene. No more nine-page long, soul baring letters from friends across the oceans – just a handful of…

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visible mending – embroidered monstera
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visible mending – embroidered monstera

Similar to the Japanese process of kintsugi (repairing broken pottery with gold), visible mending is a way of artfully repairing torn clothing, turning the item into something even…

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totally trolleyed
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totally trolleyed

Been stuck in struggletown, lugging home armfuls of grocery bags? Take a leaf out of Nanna’s book and grab a little two-wheeler to call your own. MATERIALSapprox.…

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diy raffia decorated bag
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diy raffia decorated bag

We’re not sure what’s behind the revival of straw bags, though they do make the wearer look like they’re on an eternal holiday, and that is no bad…

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diy lunch bag
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diy lunch bag

We’re not quite sure why lunch bags are reserved for school kids. Grown-ups, too, deserve to keep their food in cute packages, and to carry a bag unblemished…

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