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Cheap screen printing technique with embroidery hoop, pantyhose/nylon, mod podge, then fabric paint.

DIY ::  Screenprint Dodger Tee ( mycalicoskies.blo... )

An adorable DiY Dodgers shirt (but of course I think it should be done in royal blue for team colors!

Another crafting endeavor that worked out super was making glass pebble magnets.  This was perfect for my girls.  The glass pebbles are really easy to find at WalMart, Target or any craft store and cost me about $5 for a bag of 100 or so.  ModgePodge scrapbook paper to the back of the glass and let it dry. We glued the magnets with E6000 glue.  I used rub-on letters as well.

Summer Crafts with Kids Report

DIY: A bag of 100 glass pebbles. Modge Podge scrapbook paper to the back of the glass and let it dry. Glue the magnets. I'm going to try the modpodge next time.

22 New Ways To Use Your Printer

DIY Transfer Decal Tutorial-- Waterslide decal paper comes with a white or clear carrier film and is compatible with either inkjet or laser printers so be sure to purchase the type of paper best suited to your particular project.

These watercolor mirrors are an amazingly easy DIY.

These watercolor mirrors are an amazingly easy DIY. 35 money saving home decor knock offs.

Fabric Bleach Art. MUST do this to my jeans.

DIY Fabric Bleach Art diy diy ideas diy crafts do it yourself fabric craft art easy crafts diy art fun diy fun crafts craft ideas diy ideas fun diy-(use paints instead of bleach for art projects)

Modge Podge Jar Lids.  The spaghetti and applesauce jars never looked better.

Cover jar lids using tissue paper and mod podge. Now I can use those recycled jars and hide the printing on the lid! Cover jar lids using tissue paper and…

What the different finishes of mod podge look like -- how useful! #Recipes

Different Modge Podge Finishes .have you always wondered what the different finishes of Mod Podge looked like? Click picture to find out.

Grab your camera, head outdoors, and let nature be your muse for these simple and elegant transfer projects. Use your printer and different types of transfer paper to embellish everything from fabric to furniture.

Nature-Inspired Paper Projects

Nature-Inspired Paper Projects: Grab your camera, head outdoors, and let nature be your muse for these simple and elegant transfer projects. Use your printer and different types of transfer paper to embellish everything from fabric to furniture.

Life in Rehab: Homemade Decoupage Medium!!!

Homemade Mod Podge: White school glue + A jar with twice the volume of your glue. Squeeze the glue into the jar. Fill the glue bottle with water. Seal and shake. Now squeeze that watery stuff into the jar. Seal and shake. Go decoupage something.

Make a mold from almost anything! Including cookies!! :)

Not polymer clay but a tutorial on Making molds from everyday stuff. would them work great for clay, resin, etc

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