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woman holding jeans
woman holding jeans
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More than 500 people attended this free (and earth-friendly) clothes-swap at a New Zealand library.

Image of pressed flowers on a notepad with tools surrounding it.
Image of pressed flowers on a notepad with tools surrounding it.
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This beginner's workshop teaches adults to make a nature-inspired piece of artwork to hang in their homes.

Candy on a stick with marshmallows to look like a face.
Candy on a stick with marshmallows to look like a face.
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Omaha Public Library challenged teens to make holiday treats in a program based on Netflix's "Nailed It!".

DIY Chunky Blanket
DIY Chunky Blanket
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With just a YouTube video, get the skills you need to teach this easy project (no needles required).

A program participant holds up their finished tile art project
A program participant holds up their finished tile art project
Blog by Jenn Carson

This easy, low-budget and intergenerational program uses ceramic tiles and markers to make freeform pieces of art.

A vendor selling her crafts
A vendor selling her crafts
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For Small Business Saturday®, an Alabama library organized a craft fair to highlight local artisans.

Book standing up open with the pages folded to form a triangle fan with black paper cut and pasted to the open pages to look like two people walking by a street lamp.
Book standing up open with the pages folded to form a triangle fan with black paper cut and pasted to the open pages to look like two people walking by a street lamp.
Blog by Annie Ruefle

Got old, outdated or damaged books? Before you toss them into the recycling bin, consider turning them into book art.

3D-printed enhancer speaker for cell phone speakers
3D-printed enhancer speaker for cell phone speakers
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Chicago Public Library found a way to celebrate artisans throughout history using the 21st-century technology in their makerspace.