By General Crafts Contributor Amy from the Etsy Shop DangerousRainboCraft.
Create your own fake candy necklace using a wrapper from your favorite candy. This silly necklace will trick people into thinking you’re wearing real candy and serve as a great conversation starter.
Create colorful and unique wooden spoons in no time using washi tape! You’ll be so surprised how quick these are to create and how easy it is to add a little bit of your personality to your kitchen.
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With all phones having high quality cameras now, we all have way more pictures than we have places to put them. Instead of just popping them in a frame, there are a ton of ways you can transfer your photo to an unexpected medium. Here are some of my favorites.
Photo Transferred Cigar Box
Store all of your travel mementos in a box with your favorite picture on it! I love the pretty weathered look on the wood and you could display a whole collection from your various vacations.
While watching Morgan play with Mod Podge Photo Transfer for her World Map, I started to think about what other unique surfaces you could use this to transfer photos to. I decided to give clay a try. I’m always drawn to tiny flower pots and though they would make a great surface to experiment on, and it was really fun!
By General Crafts Contributor Michelle
Here’s a fun project that’s great for using up all those pretty little scraps of fabric that you just can’t bear to toss. Fun and easy for kids or adults to make!
I’ve been lucky enough to have seen quite a few countries at such a young age. I’m currently on a mission to see 30 countries before I reach age 30. Because of all these adventures on top of being in college, my bank account is a little tight. So, when I was looking online for one of those fancy push pin maps that show off where you’ve been, I was super bummed to see how expensive they were. Then I realized that I could very easily just make my own!
By General Crafts Contributor Victoria from the blog Dazzle While Frazzled.
Cover a traditional school writing notebook with a custom and inspirational phrase to make it an awesome (school) year.