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Mindy is an enormous, hand-picked, quality checked, and categorized craft / DIY tutorial collection. Our mission is to help you discover the world's best free craft tutorials, patterns, and printables! We have fantastic crafts, helpful tips, and step-by-step tutorials from talented and passionate craft bloggers all around the world. Our library consists of thousands of in-depth craft tutorials and covers an immense variety of crafts and hobbies. Whether you want to see specific crafts or just collect a few fun ideas, our team will be here for you every step of the way! Browse through our craft tutorial collection and transform the everyday things around you into fun and useful things! Whether you’re looking to master a new-to-you hobby, improve your skills, or simply get inspired, Mindy is here to help.
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Have you found what you are looking for? If not, please try again with a more common word or form. (For example: instead "how to make gingerbread house" try "gingerbread" or instead "marigold bouquet" try "flower bouquet"). If you still can't find the desired craft & DIY tutorial in our site, visit our categorized craft idea collections by the upper menu, or come back later - because  we will expand our collection with fresh and exciting new craft &DIY ideas (&tutorials) every day!
DIY Floating teacup flower topiary
Do you have a gorgeous but chipped / broken teacup? Don't throw it away! Make this gorgeous and unique spring /easter flower arrangement with it! This floating teacup flower topiary  is a very easy spring home decor project and it's sooooo beautiful! You can create an easter version of the topiary with plastic easter eggs instead of (faux) flowers, or a halloween version with little bugs and some fake spiderweb! There are so many possibilities!
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Creative science - DIY CD hovercraft
Do you think science is boring? Try this fun and easy science craft project ! Using a CD , a balloon , and a few other household items you can create a working hovercraft ! Cool, isn't it? This upcycling hovercraft project is not just only a fun way to learn physics and recycle some junk , but it's also a very fun toy ! You can decorate the CD and balloon hovercraft as much as you want, and start a fun race game with them! The kids will love it!
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Cheesecloth ghosts - classic Halloween decor
Cheesecloth has been a Halloween crafting staple for decades, and for good reason. It’s a very user-friendly material for both kids and adults and it’s appearance naturally lends itself to ghost and mummy projects galore. Today we’re giving you the quick and easy steps to make some spooky spirits that you can hang from the ceiling or rest on a bookshelf. Either way, these cheesecloth ghosts are sure to add to the Halloween spirit around your house.
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Ghost in a jar - adorable Halloween decor
Ghosts in a Jar! Aren’t they so cute?  It’s like you caught a ghost and keeping it in jar like you might a bug.  Nevermind that ghosts can go through walls. Apparently they can’t get through mason jars.  Mason jars are inexpensive and perfect craft materials especially for Halloween! If you’d like to make your own little captive haunters, you will need : a mason jar, a little piece of cheesecloth, wooden skevers and a few wooden bead. Alternativelly you can  hang the ghosts from the lid of the jar with a little piece of thread. This way they can move like the real ghost!
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Special floating Christmas tree from cardboard
If you love upcycling , easy and outstanding Christmas crafts and saving Christmas trees you will love this Christmas tree alternative the floating cardboard box Christmas tree ! This flloating cardboard box Christmas tree will amaze everyone who sees it, and it's also super easy to make ! You just need cardboard boxes , a little paint , and fishing line. You can decorate this floating cardboard box tree with your favourite plastic christmas tree ornaments os you can use it to display the kids' artworks ! With this Christmas tree you can save real pine trees and upcycling old cardboard boxes witch is also a nice thing! And as an extra this Christmas tree can be stored in a tiny space!
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DIY Easy and natural mosquito repellent candles
Did you know that you can make your own mosquito repellent candles? And it is actually super easy! Just follow the step-by-step instructions on The country chic cottage and use this easy natural mosquito repellent candle recipe all summer long. This mosquito repellent candle is a part of summer in mason jars week where she shares jar ideas all summer long, so don't forget to check out the other brilliant summer mason jar crafts created by Angie! What we love the most in this mosquito repellent candle is :it's natural, frugal and super easy to make. This homemade mosquito repellent candle can be a great addition to your upcoming garden party as well!
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DIY Floating teacup fall centerpiece - fall decor
Give any room in your house a magical touch with Tsvoric's beautiful floating teacup design! If you love all things ethereal and natural , we can't imagine a better fall decoration than this gorgeous DIY floating teacup fall centerpiece, that turns an ordinary teacup and saucer into an artistic and winsome fall decoration. Throw it on your mantelpiece alongside fall leaves or other DIY fall decors for a perfect medley of quirky woodland designs and cute teacups ! Watch the step-by-step video tutorial and learn the how-tos! ( Ps: you can use a simple fork instead of the wire as a teacup stand )
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DIY Floating teacup - gorgeous spring decor
This floating teacup by Beckys craftsandgoodies is a gorgeous ( spring ) decoration for your home or garden that actually looks like a teacup that is floating above a saucer. This DIY floating teacup actually looks like the cup is pouring out beautiful spring flowers , and it’s simply gorgeous when you get it finished. Creating a floating teacup is an excellent opportunity for you to put those cracked teacups to good use. To make this gorgeous indoor or outdoor garden decoration , you need a teacup , a saucer , some artificial flowers and greenery, heavy wire or a fork , and a strong glue. Watch the step-by-step video tutorial and learn the how-tos:
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Spooky floating cheesecloth ghost - fun Halloween craft
Cheesecloth has been a Halloween crafting staple for decades, and for good reason! Cheesecloth is a very user-friendly material for both kids and adults and it’s appearance naturally lends itself to ghost and mummy projects galore. Today One Good Thing by Jillee is giving you the quick and easy steps to make some spooky or cute spirits that you can hang from the ceiling or rest on a bookshelf. Either way, these cheesecloth ghosts are sure to add to the Halloween spirit around your house.
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How To Make A Beautiful Mason Jar Water Candle
Have you ever come through the feeling when you see something beautiful in a magazine ( or online ) , and you just NEED to make it yourself? That’s exactly what happened with Jillee ! These mason jar water candles are gorgeous and oh-so-simple to make! Plus, the decorating possibilities are practically endless ( you can use fresh citrus, pine, or even flowers ). Quickly get the tutorial at onegoodthingbyjillee.com and create your mason jar water candle today:
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