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9 Awesome DIYs to Bookmark

This week I bookmarked a heap of DIYs for possible future use later this fall. An origami ring (perfect for a rainy day), a cross-stitch chair from a thrift find, and a fun idea to paint pinecones to name a few all equally awesome and keepers for your how-to arsenal. Here are 9 more awesome DIYs to bookmark!  (Click below to see).

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  • Print on Bags 1 of 9
    Print on Bags
    DIY {feed bags through printer}- from Handmade Weddings
    From Chronicle Books.
  • A Foldable Playhouse 2 of 9
    A Foldable Playhouse
    Build a collapsible cardboard house.
    From She Knows.
  • An Origami Ring 3 of 9
    An Origami Ring
    A cute little craft to do on a rainy day. Make origami heart rings!
    Get the how-to from bloomize.com.
  • A Cross-stitch Chair 4 of 9
    A Cross-stitch Chair
    A curbside find becomes a covetable chair.
    From My Poppet.
  • Easy DIY Earrings 5 of 9
    Easy DIY Earrings
    Add some color to an ordinary hoop with a few beads.
    From How About Orange.
  • Rolling Pin Printers 6 of 9
    Rolling Pin Printers
    Use rubber bands or craft foam wrapped around rolling pins to make some pretty wrapping paper.
    Eco Salon.
  • Dipped Pinecones 7 of 9
    Dipped Pinecones
    Make pinecones look like porcelain by dipping them in paint.
    Get the how-to from Factory Direct Craft.
  • Lace Painted Chair 8 of 9
    Lace Painted Chair
    Make a lace pattern on a chair in this simple DIY.
    More info at roadkillrescue.net.
  • Cross-stitch Patch 9 of 9
    Cross-stitch Patch
    A clever way to patch jeans.
    Get the how-to at Design Mom.

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Jan is the co-founder of Poppytalk, a blog about the beautiful, the decayed and the handmade and Poppytalk Handmade, an online curated marketplace. Follow her on Twitter , Facebook and Pinterest!

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