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Mike Wazowski Monster T-shirt

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Supplies:
Green t-shirt (try to find one in “Mike Wazowski” green)
Freezer paper
Pencil
Fabric paint in white, black, green, and 2 shades of blue
Paintbrush

For the youngster that wants a simple costume, or for everyday wear - Click HERE for the instructions

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Posted by on October 22, 2014 in $ave it, Art, Crafts, Fun, Holidays, Kids, Party Wear, Wear it

 

Mosaic Tile Birdbath

From old DVD’s – genius!

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Click HERE for the instructions

 

Fun Date Ideas

Take these with a grain of salt – not all of them are great – or legal for that matter! But there are some fun ones – Check it out!

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Thanks Kaitie

 
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Posted by on October 19, 2014 in $ave it, Fun, Outdoors

 

Halloween Minute to Win it Games

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Click HERE for the collection of games

 

Vampire Pumpkins and Halloween Craft Collection

Love this one:

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Use 2 red pins, 1 plastic vampire teeth, and a small pumpkin. Voila!

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Check the rest out HERE

 

DIY Compost Bin

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A few different types of hardware mesh build this bin – Awesome!

 

  • Approximately 12 feet of wire fence hardware cloth (also known as ‘welded wire utility fence‘) forms the circular container.
  • Electrician’s plastic wire ties (zip ties or cable ties) for connectors, hinges and to capture the redwood handle.
  • The lid and top of the bin is made from a finer mesh hardware cloth.
  • All edges on the top were bent to form a hem and make the hinged lid a bit stiffer

Click HERE for more info

 

 

 
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Posted by on October 14, 2014 in $ave it, Outdoors, Recycle it, Scout Meeting, Workshop

 

Reusable Swiffer WetJet Pads Project

I’ve been waiting for this!

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1 – disposable Swiffer Cleaning Pad (for the initial creation of your pads, if you are making additional ones, this will no longer be necessary)
2 – 11 ½-inch long x 5 ½-inch wide fabric rectangles
1 – 12-inch long x 6-inch wide pliable plastic rectangle
2 – 11 ½-inch long loop/soft portion Sew-in Velcro (hook and loop) tape
Sewing machine
Scissors
Straight pins
Thread

Check out the instructions HERE

 
 
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