Peel out the filler in the cup and poke garland of lights in through the cups.
Slice down decorative scrap paper into strips and hot glue on twine.
Draw a skeletal face on wood with a sharpie and wrap tinsel around the mesh.
Use a craft punch cutter to make hundreds of circles with your book pages and string up.
Measure out string’s length then hot glue the napkins together over the string.
Fold the rectangle in half for the burlap and sew down the sides.
Cut into both sides of the unfolded plastic tablecloths and twist till it rolls together.
Line three bottles up, and wrap twisted wire around each respectively.
Hot glue the bottom of the feathers onto the string and spray paint the tip of the feathers.
Thread a string of yarn through the slits of the fork and remove the fork when you achieve the perfect fullness.
Crochet a triangle for the bottom, then a round for the ice cream, and thread a needle through for the string to hang.
Fold the edges into each other several times and fasten the thread with a knot.
Wrap twine around you fingers several times, knot off, and slip wooden 20mm beads through.
Snip strips of lace fabric for each strip of leather, then use pliers to pinch in the curve of the heart.
Cut out a heart shape from book pages, then brush on the edges with watercolor paint.