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I know that it is very cold outside and Popsicles probably aren’t the greatest idea. I did think that this is a cute idea tho!!! It’s pretty, and yummy!!!!:)
I think it could work with pretty much any clear drink (or not clear if you prefer!!)
Try it out, or also try out other ideas!!!! You could probably use kool aid, pop or any other flavored drinks!! Maybe even flavored water, which is probably the best bet actually.
Try it, and I hope you like it!!!!!:)
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I think this is beautiful. If only I knew how to do this myself, I’d be happy!
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I’m not very good at new year’s resolutions. In fact, I usually give up on the first day. But one thing that I am certain to try this year (and I wish I did last year) is to have a piece of paper in a jar sharing a memory of SOMETHING that happened on that day.
Even the little things. Hopefully you end up with 365, and I don’t think it’s a shame to end up with more.:) Write about the good, the bad and the ugly. Some of them you may not like to look back on, but others, you remember them and realize your own full potential and thinking, “wow, I survived that!”
Decorate it to your liking! Reuse it for the next year if you’d like to. If you wanna keep those little pieces of memories, and use the jar for the next new year, why not make a memory box, to your liking? I actually have one of these myself, and it’s nice to reminisce with these.
Try it out!
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I felt this was a neat idea. I am the type of girl who always has different nail art, and when I saw this, I was just amazed, I love it.
I just wanted to say, thank you dear followers. It really means a lot to me to have you all on here liking and reblogging these pictures. It makes me feel good, and makes me feel accomplished in helping people with creativity or just to make them enjoy the pictures I shared for you all.
Hope you all had a very Merry Christmas.
And if you don’t celebrate Christmas, well I hope you had Happy Holidays, Season’s Greetings, a Happy Kwanzaa, a Happy Hanukkah, or if I’ve missed anything else, even just a happy day.
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Another winterish thing to do. Reuse old sweaters you don’t wear anymore, and make little covers for your candles!
Or, you could also use them for making coffee cup sleeves!
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Because it’s winter and snow globes are kind of popular around the Christmastime, I figured I’d share this.
They’re fairly simple to make, and can be pretty cute.
I’d suggest using something similar to a ball jar. They have their lids to where you screw the outer ring on/off, and there’s still a cover on top. I suggest it, because it helps to make sure water doesn’t leak through. I don’t know why, but I prefer to play it safe, but I’m sure you could use anything really.
You can pretty much put any little object in it (make sure it’s waterproof though), and put in snow or glitter.
If you choose the traditional snow globe effect, you’ll wanna put in water. But first you need to make sure that you use hot glue with a hot glue gun, or a sealant.
Have fun, decorate it, and enjoy!
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Every thought of putting a falling log to good use?? Make it a pencil/pen holder!
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Got old spoons you don’t use anymore?? Make a ring out of the end of it!
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DIY vintage teacup candles!
Go to your local thrift store, and look for teacups! And make candles out of them!
With or without saucers, they could make great gifts either way this holiday season!
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