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CUTE CRAFTS FOR YOUR HOME
You can use such ordinary things as cauliflower, real flowers, stones, balloons, eggshells, and disposable gloves to make awesome crafts for the home. You will find a collection of crafts you can make from cement and clay.
Have you imagined that you can make a bracelet with real flowers inside? Use casting resin to create a masterpiece! You will need a bracelet silicone mold, place flowers inside and pour casting resin.
You can make a candle holder that looks like a broken dragon egg. Use a balloon as a mold for a bowl – cover it with wet cement. Let dry and remove the balloon. Watch the tutorial on how to make a perfect dragon egg. Besides, you can color the egg in any color you like.
The next cool idea you can make using concrete is a hand-shaped planter for your succulents. This a perfect idea if you want to upgrade your collection of planters. You will need concrete, dishwashing gloves, and a bowl. Carefully pour cement into your dishwashing gloves. Push the cement through the rubber gloves and place them into the bowl. Let’ the cement dry and remove gloves. Now you have an adorable decoration item for your garden!
Do not throw away eggshells as you can reuse them and make cute candles. Remove yolks and whites with a balloon. Place a wick inside each egg and add the melted wax to the eggshell. If you want to color candles, use a wax crayon as a pigment.
One more perfect material for crafting is polymer clay. You will find a lot of craft ideas to freshen up your house. Learn how to make a cute bowl for jewelry.
00:09 DIY Bracelet with real flowers
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02:34 Dragon egg candle holders
06:18 Concrete vase
06:45 Hand-shaped planters
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