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2 Cool New Ways To Cut Up A T-Shirt... link for the How-to:    http://www.buzzfeed.com/pippa/2-cool-new-ways-to-cut-up-a-t-shirt?s=mobile        ** the main thing I would do differently is draw/print pattern on freezers paper (non shiny side), then iron on shirt.. place cutting mat inside shirt & use a craft knife to cut it out... this would be more efficient. ~ Ruth **

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Variations on danish Christmas paper hearts. The paper hearts and cones were originally used to hold small round cinnamon cookies, referrred to as peppernuts (if translated directly) and raisins as treats on the Christmas tree.

Vintage Crocheted Santa Sculpture; Stiffened white crocheted Christmas decor

This cheery white Santa took an amazing amount of work to make! He is vintage crocheted thread, stiffened to maintain its shape.

Pretty Cool "The first real handsfree backpack umbrella."  "The innovative trekking umbrella is easily fastened to any standard backpack with hip belt and directed into the wind and rain. Both hands remain completely free which is ideal for walkers who don't want to go without trekking poles in the rain, either"

"The first real hands free backpack umbrella." "The innovative trekking umbrella is easily fastened to any standard backpack with hip belt and directed into the wind and rain. Both hands remain completely free"

The Go Camper Trailer from Sylvansport

The Go Camper Trailer from Sylvansport. COOLEST CAMPER/TENT out there! For people who love camping but need it to be extremely quick, easy, and want Eco-friendly, this is the supreme solution!

Edible fungi chart. If the world is ever covered in darkness, the only plants that will grow without sunlight are mushrooms. Stick this in your survival guide!

I'd still be afraid to collect mushrooms myself: Edible fungi chart. If the world is ever covered in darkness, the only plants that will grow without sunlight are mushrooms. Stick this in your survival guide!