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Monday, September 19, 2011

Fun and Easy Crafts Repurposed


14 comments:

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  2. Hey Steph,

    I love them all. I really love the tea cup light...so pretty!!!

    Thanks for sharing,
    Janet xox

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  3. Oh I really like that blue candy dish? feeder! Very lovely! Thanks for some great ideas!

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  4. I have the exact same blue glass candy dish. What a creative and pretty use for it!

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  5. I love these!! The bird feeders and the tea cup! Nice! karin

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  6. Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog. Btw, I'm admiring all the creativity you have in your blog. May I invite you to join us at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop? Hope to see you there at the party :)

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  7. These are so wonderful! I am so honored that you linked up with the frog last week! I hope you will continue to add your creativity to our party!
    Hugs~ Jenni

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  8. So cute, love the cup light. Thanks for sharing at Bacon Time.

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  9. What did you use on the bottom of your humming bird feeder?

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  10. Your feeders are so awesome. I am anxious to try making something similar. How did you attach the wires to make them hangable?

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  11. I used epoxy gorilla glue on bird feeder glass to make the stick together. Also I drilled 2 small holes in the tops to put hanging wire in. To keep the wire from coming out tie the wire on a bolt or washer.

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  12. How did you drill holes in the glass? I really want to make one for my mom, but am afraid I'll shatter the glass.
    Thanks!

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  13. do you drill all your glass first and bolt together ?...Or is it just glued?

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  14. I drilled holes for the wire hangers. You can tie a knot to hold or use tiny washers inside then tie a knot. The washer keeps the knot from going through the hole. I used glue to connect the glass peices together.
    Thanks,
    Stephanie

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