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9 Crafty Ways To Repurpose Teacups

This ingenious creation took a bit of DIY crafting and a whole lot of whimsical imagination. If you have a full set of tiny teacups gathering dust, create a one-of-a-kind accent lamp and top it off with a golden teapot, to add some unique antique cottage charm to your home. Get the tutorial.

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9 Crafty Ways To Repurpose Teacups

9 Crafty Ways To Repurpose Teacups Have a slightly chipped, old set of teacups? Instead of letting them gather dust in your cabinets, put them to good use! Check out these Hometalk bloggers' adorable ways to repurpose your teacups and give them the attention they deserve.

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50 Cheerful & Fun Craft Projects for Spring

Tightly wrap a doily around a vase. Snip away any excess, then hand-stitch the doily securely in place to create a snug fit. A clear glass vase creates an elegant illusion, but experiment with different vases and doilies to find a combination you like. Plus: More ideas for decorating with vintage doilies » - CountryLiving.com

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9 Crafty Ways To Repurpose Teacups

Even a simple tea set can become eye-catching decor, if you know how to repurpose it. This incredible shabby chic teacup candelabra is a creative and way to turn your retired teacup collection into new tabletop decor. Get the tutorial. - CountryLiving.com

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9 Ways to Turn Old Tin Cans Into Adorable Decor

Instantly add some ambience to your next outdoor affair with these adorable tin can lanterns. Get the tutorial at Grow Creative. - CountryLiving.com

Create your own Magnet Board. Paint your old ones or look out for some really cheap ones in the supermarket.

This portable crafts organizer starts with an inexpensive tote bag, or a square of fabric-covered cardboard. Stitch four same-size pockets of different patterns onto the tote or fabric. Attach fabric-strip handle and hang. For more detail, use ready-made appliqués or cut out eye-catching floral motifs from a fabric remnant. Adhere with iron-on backing or whipstitch onto the organizer's pockets. - CountryLiving.com