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When looking for very special handcrafted gift ideas for toddler - custom made My Quiet Book is number one choice among many parents.
Lisa Hanson saved to Quiet books
A step-by-step tutorial for saving & displaying your special greeting cards.
Adriana Kurjanowicz saved to DIY
This is a DIY Book Binding Tutorial on how to make that Elusive Perfect DIY Journal You've Been Waiting For! Easy to make & oh-so-nice!
Carol Nestle-Guyer saved to Craft Ideas
Brown paper bags are awesome for crafting, decorating, party favors, gift bags, etc. Paper bags are super inexpensive and a perfect blank canvas for creating! We’ve compiled our very favorite brown pa
Karen Villanueva saved to Portafolio de evidencias
In today’s video I am making simple small books, that are super easy to make once you figure out the method I use!
FaveCrafts saved to Best Paper Craft Ideas
It is hard to decide to start making a DIY quite book. Seems like a big DIY sewing project but it is fairly easy - once you have started. Click to find useful tips that will help you make first step. #quietbook #DIYquietbook #busybook #sewing #sewingforki
Debbie Gresh saved to quiet books to make
Easy Bookbinding for Kids- How to Make Three Different Rubber Band Books - The Kitchen Table Classroom
Today I want to show you three easy ways to make a book. These are super simple bookbinding techniques that […]
Mari Jo Schuneman saved to BOok ANd PAper ArT
With a few simple supplies & about 5 minutes, you can make these easy gratitude journals to help you keep track of things you're grateful for this month.
Rush Mac saved to Holiday Ideas
These DIY Mini Wooden Houses are adorable! Love the simple & modern design. The dark stains are beautiful. It's the perfect addition to any coffee table or shelf styling! A great scrap wood project! #scrapwood #winterdecor #holiday #minihouse #woodworking
heiter & hurtig saved to kreative DIY Projekte
(Welcome to New York Times readers! We’re republishing this project described in “Expanding the Creative Horizons of Your Printer” by Sonia Zjawinski – enjoy!) We love to integrate books into our decor, but does your child have favorite books that aren’t quite in display condition? Beat up paperbacks can easily be turned into custom hardbacks with some scrap cardboard, fabric, a gluestick, and an inkjet printer.
Beth Taylor saved to Done!!!