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Decoupage Bookmarks using Metal Tags

Create beautiful decoupage bookmarks using metal tags from Dollar Tree. This easy DIY project is perfect for all skill levels and adds a personal touch to your reading materials. Hello everyone! Today, I have an easy and quick craft idea to share with you that book lovers will surely appreciate. My daughters love reading books on their Kindles, but we still take regular trips to the library to check out physical copies of books they are interested in.  However, I wanted to try something new this time, so I went to the Dollar Tree store and found a pack of metal tags. Yes, you read that right - these bookmarks are made of metal, but don't worry, we can add some decorative details to make them more attractive.  Materials Metal tags (I purchased them at Dollar Tree) Acrylic paint Mod Podge Decorative napkins Paintbrush Twine Beads Inspirational stickers Scissors Applying paint to metal tags Begin by applying two coats of acrylic paint to both sides of each metal tag. Use a heating too

Crazy Little Lovebirds Link Party #30

    Welcome to The Crazy Little Love Birds Link Party! At The Crazy Little Love Birds party, we share recipes, family-friendly posts, crafts, home decor, and anything that inspires you! Hi everyone, thank you for joining us for link party #30. I hope that you are all doing well.  I'm happy that you decided to join us. If you are new to the link party, welcome!  Happy Spring!  I hope you're doing well and enjoying more time outside. I've been enjoying nature walks with my daughters and the fresh air and beautiful views are uplifting. Today we have some fabulous party features that I am happy to share with all of you. Congratulations to our featured bloggers! Amy from Amy's Creative Pursuit has shared the things she has been working on all winter, which include quilting, rock painting, beading, and bible journaling. She has been very busy and has even inspired me to start bible journaling again! Donna from Modern on Monticello has posted a wonderful tutorial on how to c

Upcycle Your Old Craft Project into a Bunny Floral Arrangement

Transform your old wooden craft project into an adorable bunny floral arrangement through upcycling. This fun DIY project repurposes old items from a previous craft into something new and beautiful.  Today, I'd love to share how I took my Bunny plaque, which I purchased last year from Dollar Tree, along with a wooden crate box from a previous craft, and created a new display. We're making an adorable bunny floral arrangement that is perfect for the Easter or Spring season. Materials One bunny plaque One wooden crate box Artificial flowers Foam block Decorative napkin Ribbon Mod Podge Acrylic paint Paintbrush Hot glue Step 1: Applying paint  As my wooden bunny plaque is from an older craft, I decided to leave the bunny white and added a few details such as a cute bunny nose. I used black paint to add an eye to the bunny plaque. Step 2:Adding the Burlap Ribbon  Next, take a section of burlap ribbon and wrap it around the neck of the bunny plaque. I reused my burlap ribbon from a


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