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DIY Hand Turkey (For Kids!)

Hello DIYers! Today's DIY is honor of Thanksgiving. It's a DIY Hand Turkey! This is a VERY easy DIY, which is why it is perfect for kids! Let's get started!

What you'll need:
- White printer Paper
- Pencil
- Colored Pencils

1. On a piece of white printer paper, trace your hand with the pencil.
2. Then, color the turkey in!
3. An optional idea is to use fake feathers, and googly eyes to make the hand turkey more lively, and fun!

I hope you enjoyed this super easy DIY Hand Turkey (For Kids!). Please come back to this blog soon for more DIYs!

-DIY With Madi

DIY Emoji Pillows (NO SEW!)

Hello DIYers! Now that it's November, it's the perfect time to sit on the couch, bundled up with pillows and blankets. Now, I don't know about you, but I use Emojis ALL the time when I am texting my friends. That's why these DIY NO SEW Emoji Pillows are the! Anyways, let's get started with the DIY!

THIS IS A DIY FOR THE FOLLOWING EMOJI. (There's so many emojis, it would take FOREVER to do a tutorial on each one!):

What you'll need:
- 2 large yellow fabric circles of the same size
- Black, Pink, and White fabric
- Scissors
- Hot Glue
- Stuffing

1. Cut out the shapes of the emoji. This means: make a mouth-shape with the black fabric, a half-oval shape with the pink fabric, a black circle with the black fabric, a smaller circle than the black circle with White fabric, and a lima-bean shape with the black fabric.
2. Hot glue the pieces onto one of the yellow fabric circles, as shown in the picture above!
3. Let dry
4. Outline 3/4 of the two yell…

DIY Katniss Everdeen Braid

Hello DIYers! In honor of the upcoming "The Hunger Games" movie, Mockingjay Part 2, coming out this month, today's DIY post is a DIY Katniss Everdeen Braid. This famous braid is sooo easy to do that I thought I should share it with all of you!

What you'll need:
1. An elastic

#1. Take a chunk of hair, as little or big as you want
#2. Split into three smaller chunks (1,2,3)

#3. Take chunk 1 and pull it under chunk 2.

#4. Then take chunk 3 and bring it under chunk 1.

#5. Add some hair into chunk 2.

#6. Once you added the hair, you are going to then take group 2 and bring it under group 3.

#7. You are going to add Hair into group 1. Add in hair to the group that is being held between her fingers. Then Bring that under the braid.

#8. Keep adding hair into each group like you would for a french braid. Pull the groups under the braid and then over. You are basically reversing a french braid.

#9. Continue this pattern all the way down your hair.

#10. Tie off your Katniss braid…