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Forest Lantern $

        

The SVG file for this Forest Lantern is available at The Hungry Jpeg for a fee. If you are interested, you can access the file here: https://thehungryjpeg.com/product/54460-forest-paper-lantern/

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New Ceramic Cutting Tool

I wanted to post about this unique cutting tool. The review and video is on Try it - Like it. The blade is ceramic - doesn't cut you and last a very long time!

http://tryit-likeit.com/entries/buy/slice-cutting-tools

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DIY Ideas

With DIY Home Decor 9 Home Decorating Ideas, you will be able to craft a homemade pillow or piece of DIY wall art that fits with any sense of style. Sign up and receive the DIY ideaCenter Email Newsletter. Just click the above image.

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Polygon Ornament

File available at our sister site Try it - Like it

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Paper Lantern Craft

A beautiful paper lantern that can be used as a centerpiece for your table scape, side table or wedding tables. They are easy and quick to make while costing very little in supplies. And probably the best thing about this design is that you can size it to your own needs. 

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Foil Machine Savings

  foil machine

foils

Become a craft expert with innovative products from iCraft DecoFoil. Their easy-to-use foil adhesives allow you to add sheen to a greeting card, stencil a pattern or even create one-of-a-kind invitations! Simply apply, let dry, and start creating special handmade items for your friends a…

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Folded Bookmark

Want to learn how to make this folded bookmark? The instructions and free SVG file are at our sister site Try it - Like it. Enjoy! [link]

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gallifreyan T-shirt

I made these t-shirts for my daughters. They are both Dr. Who fans. I used the Gallifreyan image generator to make their names in Gallifreyan. I then saved the image to my computer and randomly filled in some of the shapes. Using my Cricut Explore, I cut out white vinyl and ironed it onto a pre-…

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