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Simmer thick leaves in a baking soda mixture. It should leave behind the skeleton of the leaf which you can then lightly paint or dye. Or you could always just buy some skeleton leaves in craft shop;

Did you know you can make cool DIY marbled mugs with nail polish? It's easy and you can have gorgeous mugs in minutes that cost less than a dollar each!

DIY marbled mugs with nail polish - easy and you can have gorgeous mugs in minutes that cost less than a dollar each!

Kaffeetasse selber machen!   Ganz leicht Weihnachtsgeschenk selbst gemacht  DIY Watercolor Kaffeebecher

How to Make Fantastic DIY Watercolor Coffee Mug - You Will Be Amazed To See What You Can Achieve With A Plain Coffee Cup And Some Nail Polish! - She Turned A Plain Mug, Nail Polish And A Toothpick Into Something Amazing!

Create your own inexpensive, modern and fully customizable DIY outdoor succulent planter using cinder blocks, landscaping fabric, cactus soil, and succulents

Create your own inexpensive, modern and fully customizable DIY outdoor succulent planter using cinder blocks, landscaping fabric, cactus soil, and succulents (Diy House)

origami violet tutorial (recut) making leaves yellow version

Origami and papercraft violet. My older post about how I make leaves (I’m planning to make a more detailed version someday).

23 Genius Ways To Use An Ice Cube Tray, These are genius, and many of them involve desserts...brilliant!

23 Genius Ways To Use An Ice Cube Tray, brilliant! pinner wrote, "I used a silicone ice cube tray with a flower design to make the prettiest shortbread and ginger cookies. You floured, pressed the cookie mix in and thumped to extract.