More ideas from mima

Simmer thick leaves in a baking soda mixture. It should leave behind the skeleton of the leaf which you can then lightly paint or dye. Or you could always just buy some skeleton leaves in craft shop;

Bottle Cutting. There are countless ways to cut or to break a glass bottle or jar and having tried them all I thought it was about time we here at Eternal Tools shared our favourite method with you. This method is fool proof. Its quick and easy and leaves you with the cleanest cut. In 4 easy steps let us show you how...

Bottle Cutting: there are countless ways to cut or to break a glass bottle or jar, Eternal Tools share our favourite method. This method is fool proof; quick easy, leaves the cleanest cut. 4 easy steps, show you how.

wood pallet sandbox, with bench seats that unfold to cover the sandbox...very cleaver:

Wood pallet sandbox, with bench seats that unfold to cover the sandbox! LOVE THIS! I hate sandboxes bc it's like an outdoor litter box for wild critters. Love that the cover will keep them out! Hubby is going to hate that I found another pallet project :D