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DIY Wood Walls • Tons of Ideas, Projects Tutorials! See how to do this wood entry wall from 'the nato's'.

Make your own cooking spray -- without the nasty additives! One part olive oil to five parts water. Shake before each use! SIMPLE!

I always see sheets that I wish were curtains because they're cheaper! Hot glue ribbon tabs to turn a bed sheet into a no-sew curtain.

Take an old (or new $15 from WalMart) bookshelf, put wainscoating on the back, and add a piece of molding...paint it the color you prefer and you have a new, updated bookshelf.

Put shower rings on a hanger to hold all of your scarves.

Cover a flat cookie sheet with fabric and you have a cute magnetic board.

Easy DIY dry-erase board. All you need is a picture frame with glass, some pretty scrapbook paper, and erasable markers.

Add crown molding to the top of a window frame for a serious yet simple face lift!

Hang towel rods upside down to use as unexpected hanging storage in the laundry room or a broom closet.

DIY: How to make ugly storage drawers match your decor. Site is full of ideas!......why have I never thought of this, like duh

If you ruin a brush with dried paint, just soak it in Murphy's Oil for 24 to 48 hours and it dissolves all the paint and makes it like new

Sharpie Oil-Based. I learned the hard way; these are actually the type of sharpie you need for all those "bake @ 350 to make a super cute mug" ideas!

Paint brackets from Home Depot and glue each one together to make a magazine, cookbook, or mail holder. I need this for my desk

DIY: How To Cut And Install Crown Molding And Trim - Very Detailed Instructions.

Painted 2X4 with hooks. So simple and functional! Behind the front door.

AirStone (found only at Lowe's) as an accent added to bathtub/back splash/fireplace... you name it. This stuff is amazing! - Pins For Your Health

For a sore throat - cut up 2 lemons, drop them in a small mason jar and pour raw honey over them until it fills up about 1/3 of the jar. You can immediately see the juice from the lemon being drawn out by the honey and the two swirling together. Let it sit in the fridge, over the next few weeks the lemon will darken and the mixture will thicken. The peels and pulp will break down as well and leave behind a golden, lumpy marmalade that you can scoop into a cup and poor piping hot water over

remember....Borax ant bait. Borax is the most common ingredient in house ant control products, and get this: it's absolutely 100% natural. The best way (in my opinion) to use Borax is to mix 1 cup of warm water with 1/2 cup of sugar, and 2 tablespoons of Borax. Then soak the Borax mixture up with cotton balls and place those cotton balls near any trails the ants have established in your home. Feeding frenzy... tomorrow they'll be gone. I knew there had to be a way to do this naturally!