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Cynthia Giesecke

Cynthia Giesecke

Military Spouse. Independent Representative Silpada Designs. Futures & Options Trader. Reupholster Hobby. Love to Eat. Love to Play.

Feed Your Family on $300 a Month – The Healthy Way! Part 1 www.retiredby40bl...

Tips To Lower Your Grocery Bill Week by Week, Month By Month! Includes printable meal planners and other free printable household forms.

DIY plastic bottle recycle craft not English but pics are easy to understand this is so easy

You’re eyeing up that beauty product, but you want to know: Is it organic? Natural? Here’s how to decode those mysterious symbols on the packaging.

The stem of an umbrella will fit into the center of a thrifted bundt pan. | 23 Totally Brilliant DIYs Made From Common Thrift Store Finds

One continuous line! Looks like I found the Humming bird for my Grandma's Flower tattoo!! I have been looking for a cool Humming bird for 5 years now!! LOVE IT! :)

Texas calling...saw this in Gruene last weekend❤

Style under wraps. Our exclusive Nike Studio Wraps are designed to make the most of your pilates, yoga, dance and barre class, or any class you'd do barefoot.

Awesome list of the 25 BEST places to shop for home decor fabric online, plus tips on how to buy!

No more wilted blooms with Alum (it's in the spice isle) - Re-cut the stem and immediately stick the bottom 1/2″ of the stem in Alum (this helps the stem suck water) arrange as usual. It’s easy and works!

Sewing and DIY projects can get expensive if you're shopping at the fabric store (even with a coupon). Here are some wonderful ideas to help you "think outside the bolt" and get fabric for free or cheap!

Use a pencil sharpener to sharpen chalk to a fine tip for pretty chalk writing - use this for the little chalkboard signs :)

Essential oils ... what goes with what

I'm putting this on the humor page because I kind of hate my French horn right now

The best license plate I've ever seen

This is one of the oldest doors in ancient Rome, Italy

a solar light used with a lampshade to make a patio lamp . . . okay, mind just blown

Use old spindles and wood to make a cook chalkboard or pin board etc.