DIY Crafts To Sell On Etsy

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I'm hosting another Hometalk TV episode and this time we're sharing DIY crafts you can sell on Etsy. In addition to the option to sell these items, they make great gift ideas as well. You can see more of my crazy creations here

Wood Burned Spoon

I purchased a wood spoon from Walmart. I cut a square of carbon paper and placed it on the spoon with the carbon side down. I printed out the woods "Let's Spoon" onto a piece of paper and placed that onto the carbon paper. I then used a pencil and traced the words.

The carbon left the words onto the spoon. I then warmed up my wood burning tool, and I traced the carbon letters with the wood burning tool.

You could easily decorate the handle, write other creative sayings, draw pictures, etc.

DIY Magnets

Using clear flat glass rocks from Dollar Tree, I painted Mod Podge onto the back of the flat rock.

I then placed a sticker face down onto the Mod Podge. You could easily use other items like napkin, paper, wrapping paper, photos, etc. I then placed another layer of Mod Podge over the top to seal it.

While that was drying I painted on some glitter nail polish on a second rock.

Once both were dry, I painted on a layer of solid nail polish on top to create a solid background. You could easily use acrylic paint as well.

Once they were dry, I hot glued magnets onto the back of the rocks.

There are so many possibilities for this little project and they can be personalized so easily.

Etched Mug

I placed an adhesive stencil onto a glass mug.

I painted Armour Etch (etching cream) onto the stencil.

I let it sit for 10 minutes and then rinsed the etching cream off.

You can do this with anything that's glass, and the possibilities are endless - candle holders, mirrors, picture frames, recycled jars and bottles...

Engraved Waterbottle

I placed an adhesive stencil onto a stainless steel water bottle.

I colored the stencil in with a dry erase marker and peeled the stencil off.

I used my Dremmel Engraver and engraved over the dry erase maker.

This is great for personalizing, and can be done on stainless coffee mugs and water bottles.

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