First, take a necessary step back and let the Mod Podge dry overnight. Once it's thoroughly dry, affix the shade to its base and hunt down a lightbulb. Now, it's time to cue the lights and let your totally cool new shade shine brightly! -
Woven Notebook Thanks to nextshodan for suggesting this diy! This isn’t as difficult to make as it seems. All you need is a composition notebook, a map, double sided tape (or super glue), and optional gloss modge podge.Follow the tutorial here!
gingersnaps. A while back, I thrifted a bag of plastic toy animals. If you follow me on Instagram, you probably already saw the BFF giraffe keychains I made (my best friend and I are tall gals). These are simple to make and the possibilities are endless!
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