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Cassi
Interests: my kids, my pets, sewing, embroidery, Norah Jones, children's books, crochet, homeschool, bird watching, learning to speak Spanish, historical fiction, Bach, the internet and computers, Buddhism, art history, vintage bird figurines, used bookstores, Mexican food, fabric stores, crafting, vintage linens and dishware, organizing, gardening, weekend trips, David Sedaris, pink and brown, grammar books, Satie, old Czech wall pockets, Jack Johnson, the Sims, holidays, key lime pie, Mexican beer, swanky swigs, blue and green, flea markets, heart rocks, nature journaling, Kwan Yin, scrapbooking
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Learn how to make this customized canvas pencil pouch with glitter details at Delineate Your Dwelling. Continue reading
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MollyMoo has a great tutorial on how to make these cute notebooks from cereal boxes. Continue reading
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Here's a creative way to use clear contact paper at Make It Your Own - design your own stickers and customize your school supplies, lockers, or study area. Continue reading
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I love this idea for painted wood bead keychains at Meri Cherry that would make adorable backpack charms as well. Continue reading
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Plastic is not always the easiest to recycle so I love this bookmark craft from The Tiny Funnel. A little washi tape goes a long way! Continue reading
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Jacks and Kate shares these adorable pencil pouches that have your child's name embroidered on the front. Continue reading
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Check out this super easy pencil roll made by just cutting strips into a rectangular piece of felt. The tutorial is at Micasa. Continue reading
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Practice you basic stitchery with this cute bookmark tutorial at Handmade Charlotte. Continue reading
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A little washi tape makes a big impact on your basic school supplies. Get the details at Unsophisticook.com. Continue reading
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What a fun way to send the kids off to a new school year with this chalkboard cake and candy chalk recipe at A Subtle Revelry. Continue reading
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Click over to Mr Printables for this free optical illusion lunchbox printable that the kids will love! Continue reading
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You'll find some very cool back to school craft DIYs that use duck tape at Aunt Peaches. The notebooks are so easy and I'm loving the baggie turned into a pencil pouch! Continue reading
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Make It Your Own shows you how to make custom block prints on a pencil case to make your school supplies stand out from the crowd! Continue reading
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Design your own bulletin board with this tutorial by Buzzmills at Inner Child Fun. Continue reading
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Brunch at Saks shares a really simple way to add a little sparkle to your back to school supplies with this glitter pencil DIY. Continue reading
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A Bubbly Life shows you how to customize notebooks with a little bit of duct tape. The technique is really easy so be sure to take a look! Continue reading
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This bookmark is such a neat way to record all the books you've read in a year. It's dated for last year but the idea is so great I wanted to share it anyway. Visit Handmade Hezzahvife for the free... Continue reading
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This project will take a little bit of work, but how cool is it to turn a toilet paper roll into a pencil case?! Get the tutorial at Onelmon. Continue reading
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I love questionnaires with kids to commemorate special occasions. They make such a nice keepsake for parents but kids get a real kick out of them too. Visit Yellow Bliss Road for this free printable back to school interview for... Continue reading
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Colorful embroidery floss is just about all you need for kids to make these tassel necklaces found at Cakies. Continue reading
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Jacks and Kate shares this wonderful idea for a family card journal where birthday and holiday cards are created in one journal. I wish I had known about this idea years ago when my kids were little, what an amazing... Continue reading
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Visit Parenting.com for directions on how to make these cute shell birdies! Continue reading
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This is such a fun clear contact paper idea that would be perfect to set up ahead of time as a quiet activity. Get all the details at The Connection We Share. Continue reading
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I love a good cardboard box craft like this one at Creative Jewish Mom. Whether it's a pantry box or moving box the same technique will work - a little paint and glue turns them into building blocks to be... Continue reading
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Check out this great post at Meri Cherry about temporary mosaic art. The materials are simple, all ages will enjoy it, plus you can do it outside - sounds like the beginnings of a great day with the kids! Continue reading