Find the tutorial for Ping Pong Planets got to…

DIY Ping Pong “Planets” Tea Lights

Make these pretty lights using ping pong balls, electric tea lights, and paint.

Start by hitting the balls, with a cutter, making a cross. Then, on a sheet of paper, you drop what colors you like from acrylics. Roll the balls in the colors in random directions and let them dry.  

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Find the tutorial for Ping Pong Planets got to Journey into Creativity here.

You can find really cheap LED Tea Lights everywhere. These are from Amazon 24 for $8.00

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Find the tutorial for Ping Pong Planets got to…

DIY Ping Pong “Planets” Tea Lights

Make these pretty lights using ping pong balls, electric tea lights, and paint.

Start by hitting the balls, with a cutter, making a cross. Then, on a sheet of paper, you drop what colors you like from acrylics. Roll the balls in the colors in random directions and let them dry.  

image

Find the tutorial for Ping Pong Planets got to Journey into Creativity here.

You can find really cheap LED Tea Lights everywhere. These are from Amazon 24 for $8.00

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truebluemeandyou: DIY Living Jewelry This summ…

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Living Jewelry

This summer do you want to have a jewelry piece that no one else will have? Or a great conversational piece? 

These faux watches remind you that it is time to go outside. Little squares of handmade paper embedded with seeds slip right into a vinyl pocket on each watch. Keep them wet by watering twice a day, and in no time you have your own little secret garden.

Find the tutorial from one of my favorite blogs Stuff You Can’t Have here.

Perfect camp or kids’ project. Learn how to make seed paper and living jewelry.

truebluemeandyou: DIY Living Jewelry This summ…

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Living Jewelry

This summer do you want to have a jewelry piece that no one else will have? Or a great conversational piece? 

These faux watches remind you that it is time to go outside. Little squares of handmade paper embedded with seeds slip right into a vinyl pocket on each watch. Keep them wet by watering twice a day, and in no time you have your own little secret garden.

Find the tutorial from one of my favorite blogs Stuff You Can’t Have here.

Perfect camp or kids’ project. Learn how to make seed paper and living jewelry.

Find the tutorial for Kool-Aid Hair Dye from G…

DIY 2 Ingredient Kool-Aid Hair Dye

All you need is Kool-Aid and hair conditioner. For more fun with Kool-Aid like lip stains, temporary tattoos and lip gloss go here.

Find the tutorial for Kool-Aid Hair Dye from Growing a Jeweled Rose here.

I posted another recipe for Kool-Aid Dye that includes white vinegar from a Subtle Revelry here. Back then these colors were sometimes called My Little Pony colors.

Some comments from A Subtle Revelry’s post:

  • I’ve heard it mostly washes out the first time you wash it, and completely in about 3 washes.
  • All colors will work on light hair. The colors that take better to dark hair are – purple, red, and green. Just like actual dying, it is difficult to go lighter without bleach (and please don’t bleach at home;).
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