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Wooden Snowman by PalletsandPaint on Etsy, $20.00

Alabama Christmas Ornament Door Hanger by StageCreations on Etsy, $40.00

PIN FOR LATER -- Get your home ready for winter with this easy DIY snowflake chalkboard.

Winter Chalkboard at

Wonder if these would float? Great gift for someone that boats or fishes in case they drop their keys in the water.

Artful Panoply: Wine Cork Keychains

She uses a pillowcase, but I wonder if I could make this with the lining of an old silk dress I have . . .

Dollar store stove burners + scrapbook paper + glass candle holders + spray paint = CUTE cupcake stand!

Glass balls with rolled scrapbook paper

How to Make Photo Coasters ~ Make some for yourself and they make great gifts too!

DIY Photo Coasters in Crafts, DIY, Photography Tips

Take a sticky roll lint remover, add some raised craft foam shapes and you have a great new way to stamp out some art!

schaeresteipapier: 3x3 Sterne - mit Stempeln

Cheap and Easy Stamped Coasters made from affordable Bathroom Tiles. This blog shows step-by-step how to make these. Great gift to give for house warming, bridal/wedding, Christmas, etc. So cute and useful!

The Huckaby's Happily Ever After

I could make easy denim pillows from old jeans for my patio, but probably would have to bring back inside each time. Still...

Vintage Junky - Creating Character: Bella Rustica~ A Recap

spray paint trash can and flip - instant side table

Home-Styling: Space to love - Espaço adorável

These would make cute gifts for teacher appreciation week. You could make these with clothespins & paper shapes, add some pipe cleaner for antanae, magnets on the back. Done.

Scrapbook & Cards Today Blog: ScrapFest sneak peek!

flag painted on an old shutter, looks like its waving ♥

Upcycled/Recycled/Repurposed Glass Bottle Garden Art Dragonfly... Jacqui, want this for your yard?

DIY Tiki Torch 1. Empty Wine Bottle (You can use any bottle you like as long as it’s glass and the neck is 1” in diameter. Be clever!) 2. Teflon Tape 1/2” 3. 1/2” x 3/8” Copper Coupling 4. 1/2” Copper Cap 5. Tiki Replacement Wick 6. Torch Fuel (I used Citronella because I'm in Texas and mosquitos are the unofficial state birds) 7. Glass hobby beads/marbles (to fill up the extra empty space in the much larger bottles, helps to use less fuel and a way to add color)

Make Tiki torches out of wine bottle's or old mason jars. Just use a washer on top of the bottle, and drill a hole in a mason lid. Fill bottom with rocks or sand and top with torch fuel!!