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Best DIY Projects of the Week

craft projects for kids
This week’s picks feature something to wear, something(s) for your home, something for your next party and a couple somethings for your kid. Bring on the make 2012.


  • Wood Bead Necklace 1 of 10
    Wood Bead Necklace
    A simple and inexpensive accessory that will go with everything.
    Get the tutorial from Sally J Shim
  • Toy Kitchen 2 of 10
    Toy Kitchen
    I'm amazed at the detail of this little kitchen. So cute!
    Get the tutorial from Young House Love
  • Penguins 3 of 10
    Penguins
    Whenever I look at the tutorials from the Purl Bee, I wish I knew how to sew better.
    Get the tutorial from Purl Bee
  • Dotted Flower Wraps 4 of 10
    Dotted Flower Wraps
    A sweet little gift to cheer up a friend through these winter months.
    Get the tutorial from Frolic
  • Stamped Baby Bodysuits 5 of 10
    Stamped Baby Bodysuits
    A great custom baby gift idea.
    Get the tutorial from Jenny on Gap Mag
  • Giant Paper Roses 6 of 10
    Giant Paper Roses
    A bride actually used these for her wedding bouquet.
    Get the tutorial from Green Wedding Shoes
  • Geometric Garland 7 of 10
    Geometric Garland
    This would be perfect decoration for a rainbow party.
    Get the tutorial from Minieco
  • Copper Leaf Candles 8 of 10
    Copper Leaf Candles
    Makeover an ugly dollar store candle in just a few steps.
    Get the tutorial from Emily Henderson on HGTV
  • Painted Wood Blocks 9 of 10
    Painted Wood Blocks
    If I were more artistic, these would be fun to make. I might just need to stick with easy shapes.
    Get the tutorial from MerMag
  • Mod Dot Drinking Glasses 10 of 10
    Mod Dot Drinking Glasses
    Now my plain glasses seem to be too boring.
    Get the tutorial from Funkytime

 

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