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Scary Splattered Shirt #halloween #fashion #bloody

Scary Splattered Shirt #halloween #fashion #bloody

9 Statement Necklaces You Can Easily Make Yourself | Apartment Therapy

9 Statement Necklaces You Can Easily Make Yourself | Apartment Therapy

How to Make a Color Blocked Twig Necklace via Brit + Co.

How to Make a Color Blocked Twig Necklace via Brit + Co.

How to Make Juicy Grilled Chicken Breasts That Are Perfect Every Time // Chicken : https://www.zayconfoods.com/campaign/28

How to Make Juicy Grilled Chicken Breasts That Are Perfect Every Time // Chicken : https://www.zayconfoods.com/campaign/28

Love this idea! DIY Wedding | Instagram Save-the-Date Invitations ~ print mini sticker-pictures using Printstagram, include them on the invitation so your guests can mark their calendars.

Love this idea! DIY Wedding | Instagram Save-the-Date Invitations ~ print mini sticker-pictures using Printstagram, include them on the invitation so your guests can mark their calendars.

Garlic Brown Sugar Chicken - The best and easiest chicken ever, baked to crisp-tender perfection along with the most amazing sweet garlic sauce!

Garlic Brown Sugar Chicken - The best and easiest chicken ever, baked to crisp-tender perfection along with the most amazing sweet garlic sauce!

Home made knitting loom.

Home made knitting loom.

DIY backpack sewing with drawstring and large pocket

DIY backpack sewing with drawstring and large pocket

DIY Recycled Necklace. Made out of plastic bags and wrapped with wool, embroidery thread and metallic thread. You could make the necklace tie by using a simple tie closure. By artesamia artesatuya: top photo here (where she used three plastic bags), bottom photo here. Do you think this technique could be used to create Holst + Lee type jewelry seen here? *First seen at Recylart here.

DIY Recycled Necklace. Made out of plastic bags and wrapped with wool, embroidery thread and metallic thread. You could make the necklace tie by using a simple tie closure. By artesamia artesatuya: top photo here (where she used three plastic bags), bottom photo here. Do you think this technique could be used to create Holst + Lee type jewelry seen here? *First seen at Recylart here.