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Here’s a quick and easy way for you to use your washi tape to make some unique and pretty looking ornaments. You will need a Styrofoam ball and string or you can use glass ornaments with the pre-existing hook. Use my technique I show you in the video to achieve a layered, rose-like look. Attach on a ribbon bow to the top for that extra touch. I got this inspiration from meeting a local origami artist from Toronto. I was so amazed by her ornaments because they looked so out of the ordinary and such a new way of using...

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This is a DIY tutorial on turning boring old candles into something glamorous. These are perfect as Christmas gifts or you can use them for decorations around your house. If you happen to have plain ordinary candles and some glitter, you can create your own design on the candle. This will make it unique and your own. I hope this arts and craft tutorial warms up your Christmas holidays! It's beginning to get cold here in Toronto 2014 and I will be using these to keep warm haha. Thanks for watching and enjoy the holidays soon to come.

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This tutorial has best of two worlds, recycling and Christmas! This ingenious craft has lots of use! It could be ornaments for your tree, decor around the house, and even attached to a gift box to add that special touch.So you take yarn cut up the yarn. Take toilet paper cut up the toilet paper. You take the yarn and loop it through the toilet paper roll you cut and do it until you cover the toilet paper in yarn. Take the end of the yarn and feed it through the toilet paper roll. Cut a piece of yarn tie...

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Hi girls and boys!   Here is the post where you can find the pattern templates for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Shell bag.  Here is the video to follow with the instructions:   Printing Each page has an inch margin marked by the solid black box. Print each page out and arrange to for the pattern to look like this:     Blue arrows should align to make a diamond and the test square should measure 2x2 inches.   Cutting your pieces Patterns do not have seam allowance, so give yourself ¼ - ½ inch gap when cutting the patterns...

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What is up everybody?  Today, I am going to be showing you how to make a pumpkin you can use for Halloween decorations. Let’s get started. What you need for this project is an x acto knife, vampire teeth, some beads for the eyes and a pumpkin.Peel off any stickers and wipe down your pumpkin for any dirt and grime.Next you want to take your teeth place it where you want the mouth to be and trace around. Then take your xacto knife and start cutting on the line you traced out. When you finished cutting out the mouth, use...

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