Are You A DIY Expert?

Crafting is taking the world by storm. Can you identify what these clever do-it-youself items are made of?
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lovethispic.com
What was used to paint these nails with an ombre pattern?
Brush
Toothpick
Sponge
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Question 2/12

sew4home.com
What can be used to easily create an effective travel flat iron holder?
Pot holder
Baby blanket
T-shirt
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interiordesignsuggestions.com
What were these couches before they became couches?
Bookshelves
Wooden Pallets
Doors
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Question 4/12

thegoldjellybean.com
What makes these jars glow?
Glow sticks
A chemical reaction
Mini flashlights
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Question 5/12

craftbug.co
What gave these keys their unique colors?
Painter's Tape
Nail Polish
Food Coloring + Water
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Question 6/12

wordpress.com
What was most probably used to glitterize these glasses?
Gorilla Glue
Hot Glue
Modge Podge
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Question 7/12

etsystatic.com
What kind of plants were used to make these cute decorations?
Bonsai shrubs
Succulents
Mini cacti
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Question 8/12

pinimg.com
What are these body pillows made of?
Smaller Pillows
T-shirts
Bean Bags
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Question 9/12

wordpress.com
What was used to letter these bottles?
Hot Glue
Clay
Paper Mache
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Question 10/12

craftaholicsanonymous.net
What was used to make these mugs?
Black nail polish
Sharpie marker
Coal + Water
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Question 11/12

chalkboardfridge.com
What kind of paint was used to create this unique refrigerator?
Acrylic
Oil
Chalk
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Question 12/12

livelaughrowe.com
What is the name of this jar that's taking the DIY world by storm?
Clark
Firefly
Mason
Result
Better stick to the simpler DIY projects at first. Keep practicing though, and soon you'll know tacky glue from washi tape!

C+, Confused Crafter

sunnyskyz.com
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I'm sure you can do a dozen things with mason jars, but keep practicing before moving on to more complicated DIY projects!

B+, DIY Beginner

com.au
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From knitted hats to spray painted bedroom furniture, you can DIY anything. Congratulations on a great score, DIY Queen (or King)!

A+, DIY Queen/King

staticflickr.com
Right!
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1
What was used to paint these nails with an ombre pattern?
Brush
Toothpick
Sponge
2
What can be used to easily create an effective travel flat iron holder?
Pot holder
Baby blanket
T-shirt
3
What were these couches before they became couches?
Bookshelves
Wooden Pallets
Doors
4
What makes these jars glow?
Glow sticks
A chemical reaction
Mini flashlights
5
What gave these keys their unique colors?
Painter's Tape
Nail Polish
Food Coloring + Water
6
What was most probably used to glitterize these glasses?
Gorilla Glue
Hot Glue
Modge Podge
7
What kind of plants were used to make these cute decorations?
Bonsai shrubs
Succulents
Mini cacti
8
What are these body pillows made of?
Smaller Pillows
T-shirts
Bean Bags
9
What was used to letter these bottles?
Hot Glue
Clay
Paper Mache
10
What was used to make these mugs?
Black nail polish
Sharpie marker
Coal + Water
11
What kind of paint was used to create this unique refrigerator?
Acrylic
Oil
Chalk
12
What is the name of this jar that's taking the DIY world by storm?
Clark
Firefly
Mason