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Have you ever painted a piece of furniture only to have it peel and crack and ultimately just not look very good? This post explains how to avoid those common problems AND what products you can use to get results you will love!

hanging a curtain rod {made simple} - Miss Mustard Seed

hanging a curtain rod {made simple} - Miss Mustard Seed

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Before & After: An End Table Gets a Royal Transformation | Apartment Therapy

Before & After: An End Table Gets a Royal Transformation

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DIY Plywood Plank Floors

DIY Plywood Plank Floors

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Office Trim Unpainted

Trim: Office | Our Humble Abode

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DIY Spotted Drapery

the HUNTED INTERIOR: DIY Spotted Drapery

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Clementine and Olive Life Style Blog: Best damn ikea hack ever - Nailhead side table

Back on Festive Road: DIY Tufted Banquette Tutorial

Back on Festive Road: DIY Tufted Banquette Tutorial

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Salt dough recipe: 1/2 cup salt, 1/2 cup warm water, 1 cup flour. Rolled out the dough and cut the shapes. Then poked large holes for the string, baked them at 250 for around two hours (until hard all the way through), painted with acrylic paints if desired

Glass Jar Typography - tape the paper inside and then trace with glass paint pen