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IBP: Recycled Containers

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Learn how simple it can be to make cool, creative and practical items out of recycled milk jugs, cartons, wet wipes containers and even cereal boxes. I have packed this episode full of great ideas she found pinned on Pinterest.

WATCH MY Recycled Containers  episode HERE on My Craft Channel

Here's the links to the blogs referenced in this episode:

Favorite Finds: Polyvore & PicMonkey

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Before Pinterest came along I use to save all my "Favorite Finds" for a week or so in my bookmarks folder and then go back, grab an image from the blog or website and post it to my own blog under my "Favorite Finds" so I could share them with my readers and save for a later reference.

But now with Pinterest I don't find the need to do that anymore. However, yesterday I came across a couple of website that I really couldn't resist actually blogging about and hope you find the information worthy of some of your "Favorite Finds."

Favorite Find #1 PicMonkey.com This fun website called PicMonkey.com and is what a lot of people are using to create quotes with photos and post to Pinterest. It's a photo editing program and super simple to use. So for fun I created this "inspirational" quote that I totally made up and added to a photo of my daughter and her friend. My daughter really wanted me to post it to Pinterest to see if anyone else like…

IBP: Jars, Jars and more jArS

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If you've been on Pinterest then you've seen the "jar" Pins floating around for some time. You can paint them, tint them, create light fixtures and apothocary jars. Join me as I  show you a lot of fun ideas on how you can craft with something as simple as the mason jars sitting in your pantry. 
WATCH MY JARS  episode on My Craft Channel

Here's the links to the blogs referenced in this episode:
Apothecary Jars 

Inspired by Pinterest: Soda Can Jewelry

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You will be amazed at how simple and fun it can be to create necklaces, bracelets, earrings and key chains with soda pop cans. Join me and my daughter Emma as we share a bunch of fun ideas on today's episode. 



Here's the links to the blogs referenced in this episode: Includes notes and tips on what worked and didn't work for me. 

Close-ups of my Jewelry Creations:  The Project that Started it All: