Welcome to the 10th Student Project Saturday where we share reader projects that have been submitted throughout the previous week on our Facebook page.
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And here's this week's A+ Student Projects:
|Christine shared her custom garden markers. Be sure to check out her awesome tutorial on her blog The Five to Niner|
|Tammie shared this adorable teacher gift!|
|Kim shared this cute end of the year teacher gift cut on vinyl|
|Art is Beauty made over this table and it turned out stunning! Be sure to check out the blog post..you won't believe the 'before.'|
|Sarah scored a free cabinet door on a sales site and made this for my laundry area. She sanded, painted, distressed, sealed, THEN the fun part - vinyl! This was a fun project and the first of many vinyl projects for me, Sarah says.|
|Latoya made this piece of art using glass etching and it turned out great.|
|Deborah Price made this pretty card. Read more on her blog Debwaycreations.com|
|Lisha says she "added a little something to a picture frame with lined white paper and dry erase markets for teachers gift."|
|Kelly at Sew Crafty Cat made this floating vinyl subway style stign that I may need to steal for my in laws. :) Read the full tutorial on her blog.|
|Penny made this pretty tumbler|
|Joana made this little magnets as teacher gifts|
|Francesca made this for her granddaughter. So sweet|
|Kelly has been busy making graduation decorations|
|Christie made this cute sign on burlap|
|Jessica created silhouettes of her children|
|Jerri decorated this cake carrier for a gift. What a cute idea!|
|Alicia has been busy making decorations for her son's 6th birthday party.|
|Rachel made this pretty pinwheel card|
|Kate made this pretty shirt with glitter gold HTV. LOVE it!|
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