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How to make FireFly in a Jar – Fairies in a Jar – Like on Pinterest

It’s easy – First make sure you have the Fireflies or Fairies, or in this case the micro LED lights on a battery operated switch. Second a unused mason jar with lid. Third place lights in jar and turn on. Last place jar in a wonderful arrangement on table.How to make firefly in a jarRtgs Micro LED 20 Super Bright Warm White Color Lights Battery Operated on 7.5 Ft Long Silver Color Ultra Thin String Wire [NEWEST VERSION] + 100% RTGS Products Satisfaction Guarantee

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It is that time of year again! Kids are headed back to school. Some are excited about it, others, not so much.  I have some of each in my house.

Here is a fun printable for you to enjoy! Click here back to school to download the pdf. Just select it, save to your computer and then send to your favorite printer. You can also click the photo below and save it to your computer. I have found that sometimes the pdf prints better, but not all printers will print a pdf version. Either should be fine.

I think it would be cute with some fun school supplies for a beginning of the year teacher gift also.

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Patching denim holes with lace

There is nothing you can do to prevent holes in your denim, but even worse when the denim comes with holes already in them! Sometimes it looks good, but I am not a fan of my upper thighs peaking through a hole in my jeans.  I did buy a pair, because I like the style, but planned on giving it a quick fix that also looks good! Adding some lace will not take away the look of the style, but it will make them a little more modest, or help you be a little less self conscious.

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All you need is some lace, thread that matches your denim as closely as possible, sewing scissors and needle.

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Begin by cutting the lace slightly larger than the size of the hole you are patching. Mine came with 4 holes and I bought a yard of ribbon to be safe, and it patched them all with some left over.

By using the thread the same color of your denim this will help disguise the stitching.  Keep it close to the edge of the hole. Hold the lace with one hand to prevent it from moving while stitching with the other hand. Sounds like you could use an extra hand or two, but it really isn’t too hard.

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One of the holes in particular was a lot larger than the others that I was patching. (This is the photo up top) Luckily it was also near my knee so it wasn’t too awkward. 😉 I doubled up the lace on this particular hole to give it more layering.

Simply sew around each hole and tie off your thread. Trim the extra lace off to keep it from curling and feeling uncomfortable on your leg.

That is it! With very little effort or time you have made the holes look different and given it a little oomph. You don’t have to feel uncomfortable to try this trick, it makes the jeans look great and adds a little extra style!

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DIY Emoji party invitations, teen or tween party idea

I love making invitations for my kid’s birthday parties, but don’t want to take forever or spend a lot of money.

My daughter had a birthday and it was time to come up with something fitting for her. This seemed like the perfect idea for my texting obsessed teen.

You will need

Yellow cardstock or construction paper

markers, vinyl or paper in black, white, red

markers to write the party details on the back

scissors or a circle template cutter

I cut my circles in 4 inches and they seem to be perfect for a party invitation.

Begin by cutting your yellow cardstock into circles. I love this Martha Stewart circle cutter that I have had for years. You do need a self healing mat if you are going to use a cutter like this though.

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Once you have your circles cut it is time to decorate them. I used scraps of vinyl for them and have the faces I used if you are interested in them. I created them myself, so I don’t mind sharing. I made them on my trusty silhouette, so they are in that format, so shoot me a message or post in the comments if you are interested.

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Just write your party information on the back and you are done. This would also be cute as a party banner, party coasters, so many options and they are so cute!

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