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DIY Flowers of Recycled Plastic Bottles

Easiest DIY Bookshelf ever - just wine boxes & binder clips!

Easiest DIY Bookshelves EVER | Handmade Charlotte

painted wooden pumpkins | Painted Wooden Pumpkins For Halloween Decorations by AshBeesCrafts

Fix broken eyeshadows and pressed powders with a little rubbing alcohol. | 42 Money-Saving Tips Every Makeup Addict Needs To Know

42 Money-Saving Tips Every Makeup Addict Needs To Know

Four Seasons Canvas Wall Art Painting with Buttons by SameAsNever, $225.00

Cute canisters

Mason Jar Crafts | Mason Jar Bling! | Crafts. Could be cute centerpieces with off white flowers

Recycling Christmas Lights - when you just need a couple to light up skull eyes. ---- Why didn't I find this before I threw away all of the old, non-working strands?

Recycling Christmas Lights

Cake Cutter-this thing is cool!

Wow DIY Key Chime! :O Very original and you get to keep all of your old keys as memories and they can make music as the wind blows :)

If you want your house to smell heavenly, boil some orange peels with a 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon on Medium heat. ~ do this come Fall and everyone loves it - an old Southern trick

diy plastic bottle butterfly. There is no site for this pin but the pic pretty much speaks for itself. Might do these as magnets for the kids this summer with different types of bugs and flowers.

DIY simple and cute button bookmarks - What to do with all of those leftover buttons... Plus lots of other simple craft ideas.

Simple and cute Button bookmarks - {TUTORIAL}

The cotton pad is wet down with alcohol. This can be done with ANY eyeshadow.. It is just like HAIR CHALK. Temporary

How to stretch out snug shoes ( My shoes for the wedding are a little snug so im gonna try this!! :)

The easiest way to hang a picture! Why didn't I think of this? Pin now, read later! #tips

Spray paint a cheap frame, scrapbook paper in frame, hot glue a metal clip, change out photos as often as you want.

Homemade Heating Pads...I made these four years ago for Chirstmas gifts. Think I will do it again this year!