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How to Recycle Towels

Fabric is a great resource, even if it’s a worn-out towel. Old towels have plenty of life left in them, so put them to good use to avoid waste. You could turn old towels into things to use around your house, including mats and clothing. If you don’t need to save the cloth for yourself,(…)

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How to Make a Bracelet With Your Name on It

If you’ve been to camps, fairs, or tourist markets, you may have noticed friendship bracelets that spell out a variety of names. They might look elaborate, but in reality, it’s not too difficult to make your own. With a lot of craft threads, beads, and patience, you can create a bracelet with your own name(…)

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How to Remove Under Eye Milia

Milia look a bit like whitehead pimples, but they’re actually small cysts caused by trapped bits of the protein keratin. They’re nearly always completely harmless medically, but having them under your eyes—which is a common spot for milia—can be quite frustrating due to how they look. While it’s generally fine to just let the milia(…)

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How to Make a Pincushion

A pincushion is a stuffed piece of fabric that you can insert pins into. Pincushions are essential for sewing and other types of craft projects. There are many ways to make a pincushion! Sew a quick and easy square-shaped cushion, opt for a flower petal cushion for something more decorative, or make a no-sew mason(…)

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How to Coordinate Colors

Color coordinating can be a little daunting if you’ve never been introduced to color theory based on the color wheel. The color wheel is a great tool to help you choose colors that go together. Whether you’re putting together an outfit or choosing paint colors for your house, use the color wheel to figure out(…)

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How to Survive in the Woods

Getting lost in the woods can be a scary situation. Whether you’ve gotten lost on a hike, your car broke down on a wilderness road, or any other reason, surviving in the woods is difficult, but it can be done. You need to have water to drink, food to eat, shelter to sleep, and fire(…)

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How to Make Fresh Mango Juice

If you’re lucky enough to have access to fresh mangoes, create your own sweet mango juice! You can easily customize the flavor and texture of the juice. To make creamy mango juice, blend the fruit with a little milk and sugar. If you want the natural flavor of the fruit to really shine, blend mango(…)

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How to Bake Sculpey Clay

Sculpey clay is a type of polymer clay that can be molded into almost any shape and then hardened in your oven at home. It’s a great material to use in jewelry making, sculpture building, and charm making. Baking Sculpey clay might seem intimidating, but if you mold your clay, bake it at the right(…)

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How to Make a Halloween Costume

Some of the best costumes you will see on Halloween are made by the people wearing them. Making your own Halloween costume can seem like a lot of work, but if you select a costume idea that you really love, pick the right materials for the costume, and give yourself some time to make it,(…)