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Paper Napkin Craft - Three Ways
I know it might seem a little early for Christmas projects, but I thought I would post this one early. Here are three different ideas using the same beverage sized napkin.
Cookie (Terrier/Poodle Mix)
My doggie is called Cookie. We think he is about 4.5 years old. The vet thinks he is a terrier/poodle mix. He is all shades of grey and sliver with some light brown when his fur is long.
Buy the framed mirrors at IKEA and decorate. I usually use thin paper such as paper napkins, but recently I have started using thin, silk scarves for a somewhat unusual look.
Cookie Bear (Poodle/Terrier Mix)
My doggie's name is Cookie Bear. We think he is a mix of a poodle and a terrier around 4.5 years old. A caring man heard Cookie crying in the bushes late one night as he walked home from work.
Lacoste The Kitten
This is not my pet but is my friend Silvia's newest addition, a little kitty that she found abandoned and took in. Her name is Lacoste.This is not my pet but is my friend Silvia's newest addition, a little kitty that she found abandoned and took in. Her name is Lacoste.
Mini Christmas Wreaths
I made these mini-wreaths for Christmas this year. I use the rims of two plastic yoghurt containers facing each other, then wrap natural string around the entire circle. I then go out into nature and start collecting things to glue onto my wreath.
Using a Suitcase for a Pet Bed
Reuse Toilet Bowl Cleaner Bottles For Watering
Advice For Buying A Scanner
Giving a Sweatshirt a Makeover
Refreshing Wood Veneer
Proper Spray Paint Technique
Decoupaged Tissue Box Covers
A Gift Frame For Earrings
Decoupaging Fridge Magnets
Use Bath Soap For Hand Soap
Painting Ceramic Floor Tiles
Decoupaged Wooden Frames
Purchasing a Prefab House
Drilling Holes in Wall Tiles
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