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Love the idea of using snake photos framed as artwork... perhaps in the reptile room
DIY Biore... I tried this today & I will say this.. It works! In fact it works a little TOO well! Lol I'm not trying to discourage anyone from doing this cause it DOES do what it claims to do.. By I will add that a. Be VERY careful not to get it on any hair you don't want removed and b. you WILL find yourself using obscenities. Lol So, if you aren't much of a waxing type person & aren't used to the pain.. Prepare yourself! Lol it does work though.. My face is damn near hairless and feels nice and clean. Also, thicker is better. I found that the thinner areas weren't as effective.
Site to turn photo into poster using my home printer!
Get creative with your containers. This living gate rolls open to let you in and rolls closed for privacy. The structure starts with a galvanized horse trough filled with soil and planted with arborvitaes. A wooden brace attached to an old piano dolly on the bottom allows the container to move with little effort.
Concrete Block Kitchen
roman blind from old mini blinds! perfect idea to use existing blinds but to conceal the ones my cat decided to chew on
How to make a cheap, awesome, professional looking Curtain Rod (and faux pleated curtains)
@ the cheese thief, there is a very easy to understand and follow video tutitorial about making origami heart book marks like this one, and several other things, too. Check it out! For me, another good use of pages and pieces of pages cut from books in the process of altering...don't throw away potential art/craft materials and have to turn around and go buy some!
Book Page Corner Heart Origami Bookmark
Moss paint? Genius! Originally created by horticulturists keen to add interest to their gardens, this recipe couldn’t be easier. You’ll need several handfuls of moss, 12oz of buttermilk or a can of beer and a teaspoon of sugar. Mix in a blender until liquid and paint on the wall. Spray daily as it grows, as moss thrives when moist.