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Free Craft Projects

Updated on February 5, 2014

Watermelon Pom Pom Rug

Watermelon Pom Pom Rug
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Free Craft Projects

Here is a short list of free craft projects that will help you to decorate your home, your crochet hooks, as well as a few other craft projects.

Making your own crafts and home decorations is not only fun, but it is an inexpensive way to redecorate. Handmade crafts also make for great gifts. And when you make them yourself, it adds a personal touch, which is invaluable. Hope you enjoy these free craft projects.

Epsom Salt Luminaries - Some Winter Beauty

These are beautiful luminaries made with glass jars and Epsom salt. They would be very nice in a window or on a mantle. This is the perfect craft project for decorating during those cold winter months in order to cozy the place up. You can use any type of jar or candle holder that you have on hand. Epsom Salt Luminaries...

Fabric Wrist Watch Bands

This is a neat tutorial on how to sew your own watch bands. These would be so much more comfortable than those metal bands that irritate your wrists. All you need is a watch, a few pieces of scrap fabric and a sewing machine. And if you don't have a sewing machine, you can sew it by hand if you like. Fabric Wrist Bands...

French Fruit Wall Art

It’s called french fruit wall art because the writing is in french, but you can make the letters in any language that you want. It’s an apple and a pear wall hanging. Absolutely beautiful! French Fruit Wall Art...

How to Make Cardigan Clips

This is a neat little project for making cardigan clips. To make the clips you will need beads, clip on earring parts, felt, thread, needles, scissors, a glue gun, and decorations such as bows, cute buttons or flowers. Cardigan Clips...

Hurricane Vases

These vases are absolutely gorgeous! They are very economical to make, all you need is some ordinary glass vases, candlesticks and gorrilla glue. They make beautiful candle holders. Hurricane Vases...

Make a Tea Wreath

If you love tea, then you will love this project to make your own tea wreath. All you need is some recycled cardboard, clothespins, pretty paper, glue, a pair of scissors and of course a collection of your favorite tea bags. It would make a great addition to any tea lover's kitchen. Make a Tea Wreath...

Recycled Crochet Hook Holder

This free craft project shows you how to use old pencils and markers to cushion your crochet hooks. Not only is this a fun project, but it also will help you to hold your crochet hooks much easier. Recycled Crochet Hook Holder...

Watermelon Pom Pom Rug

This is a sturdy pom pom rug in the shape of a watermelon slice. It will look good in just about any kitchen and liven the place up, or at the front door to welcome your visitors. It is made by attaching your pom poms unto a rug canvas for a nice sturdy mat. Watermelon Pom Pom Rug...

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      zita=justina<3 6 years ago

      you like watermelons??

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      Rhelena 6 years ago

      zita=justina

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      zita=justina<3 6 years ago

      wats that??

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      zita=justina<3 6 years ago

      u copyed me

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      Rhelena 6 years ago

      Sorry...for some reason the comment didn't show...I meant to write, yes I love watermelons. :)

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      Susan Haze 6 years ago from Sunny Florida

      Great varied selection of crafts and patterns. Thanks for sharing.

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      Rhelena 6 years ago

      KoffeeKlatch Gals, thank you!

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      Civil Projects 6 years ago

      The list of projects is very nice, thanks for saring,keep sharing.... :-)

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      Rhelena 5 years ago

      Civil Projects, Thanks!

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