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19 DIY Doughnut Projects That Are Cute Enough To Eat

So much pink frosting! So many pink sprinkles! In honor of National Doughnut Day.

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2. Make a felt doughnut cushion to stick your pins in.

As adorable as it is useful.

Full tutorial at Wrapped Up In Rainbows.


3. Customize an inexpensive purse with a sprinkled doughnut design.

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Maybe it's not perfect for carrying doughnuts, but it's ideal for showing off how much you love them.

Full tutorial at Studio DIY.

7. Crochet a dozen brightly colored doughnuts.

Use them as play food for your children or to fill up a bowl on your kitchen table (people may be disappointed when they realize they're not edible).

Full tutorial at Little Things Blogged.


9. Stitch together a doughnut collar to add some character to your outfits.

Buttoning this on will instantly improve any top.

Full tutorial at Wrapped Up In Rainbows.


14. Check out your reflection in a DIY doughnut mirror.

You'd be looking even better if you were eating a doughnut.

Full tutorial at Wonderlass.

16. Stencil doughnuts onto all of your tees.

This tutorial is for a child's shirt, but there's no reason you couldn't emblazon your own tees with the stencil.

Full tutorial at The Alison Show.

19. Finally, make a few doughnuts out of paper mache to decorate any doughnut-free corners of your home.


Full tutorial at Baba Souk.


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