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Let dry. 3. Use Pink Spritz Fashion Sequins to fill in over top of Baby Pink Deep ears and nose. Use Blue Glitz to fill inside eyes. Let dry. 4. Using liner brush, outline head and eyes with Lamp Black. Let dry. com. 47 Cheap and Easy Crafts A Card for Dad By: DecoArt This simple, painted card for Father's Day will be a hands-down favorite with Dad. ) Instructions: 1. Cut 12" x 8" piece from striped paper. Fold in half lengthwise to form 6" x 8" card. 2. Spread Warm White on plate. com. 48 Cheap and Easy Crafts handprint onto denim (or solid) paper; let dry.
Light the candle and watch as the light plays through the holes of your design. com. 32 Cheap and Easy Crafts Repurpose an Old Spice Rack Bath Salt Rack by Stacy Roller I had a small spice rack that only held five spice bottles that I didn’t use anymore. Instead of just tossing it when I got a new and bigger one, I filled it up with five different kinds of bath salts and hung it up on my bathroom wall. You can go one step farther and decorate it with ribbon, shells, or whatever else matches the theme of your bathroom.
Of course I used shells. I filled a bowl with sea sand and put the shells on top in arrangement that was pleasing to me. I bought some gel candles from the craft store. I then melted the candle gel, put in a wick; you have to anchor the wick down. ) Then pour (slowly) the melted gel in bowl on top of everything. After it set up, it was cute. You could hot glue tiny shells around top or tie raffia around the top of the bowl and glue a shell on the bow. I also have glued the small shells around the frame on a mirror, framed sea shells in a shadow box frame, and glued the shells on the roof of bird houses to look like shingles.