DIY Tea Cups – For You Cardboard Recycling Geniuses.

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I’ll admit I’m not the best blogger in the world. Nor necessarily the best crafter even. I have a problem with craftsmanship. Basically mine sucks and everything I complete still seems just a tad unfinished. Which is why I make soap. No one knows the difference. What I do have a phenomenal knack for though is spotting the awesomeness in other crafters and artists. And to prove it, I present these flippin’ awesome paper mache teacups.
This beauty of a tea cup was crafted by the talented diy girl, Ann Wood, who provides a photo tutorial for this project on her blog, aptly named, Ann Wood. So grab yourself an empty cereal box – or toss the cereal from one that’s still half full because you KNOW you want to jump on this project – find a little wallpaper paste, newspaper, tape, and glue and get started. If you finish by tonight you may just be able to paint your creation tomorrow and fill it with glittery goodness! Once you’re done with that project, be sure to check out Ann’s other crafty how to’s. She seems to have a knack for recycling cardboard in the most intriguing ways.

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As fall approaches, those us who craft kick into high gear preparing for the winter holiday season. Often times, this means selling on farmer’s markets and at craft shows. It was by pure luck that I stumbled across this awesome design for a market/craft apron.
This super cute apron was designed by Liz Johnson of sew4home™ blog. It’s stylish design makes it fun to wear, and the handy pockets and clip help you keep everything together. Just visit sew4home™ for the free sewing pattern.
Of course, after a long day at the fair, or slaving in your craft room, you’re bound to be tired. Make sure you get plenty of rest with this What’s New Pussycat? Sleep Mask from wolf and willow blog. The super simple pattern for this mask makes a long day’s work seem like a sweet revival.
And finally, indulge after a dinner with a tasty treat of handmade lemon-lime filled macaroons. A girl’s bound to be hungry after a long day of work. So what better way to keep us sweet than with some delicious cookies that are both pretty and tasty?