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DIY: Simple IKEA Wooden Bed Frame Gets a Luxe Upholstered Look - via All Things Campbell

All Things Campbell: Ivy's Upholstered Bed

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thigh trick for no sew tutu's - I'm not the kind who would need this anytime soon, but it was so mind-blowing that I couldn't pass it up xD

Just We Moms: Easy No-Sew Tutu Tutorial

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Create a beautiful memory jar for Mommy-to-be

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I want a jar of some sort that reminds me of all the things the lord has done for me. So on sad days, I can look back and see how blessed I am. I can look back and be thankful for what he has given me.

Memory Jar

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Favorite Memory Jar Game is a fun and sweet game. This tests how well the Bride knows her fellow bachelorettes, and it'll be fun seeing all the adventures she's had with her girls! #free bachelorette games #fun and unique ideas # party ideas for bachelorettes

Favorite Memory Guessing Game | Free Bachelorette Games

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Anniversary Memory jar that I made for Mike :) and the OCD freak in me totally color coded the months and put a legend on the bottom of the jar in case we want to read them in order one day :P anniversary gift for him DIY anniversary gift

Memory Jar. I did this with a small and wide vase like thing. May attempt again with a canning jar.

Create a Family Memory Jar

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An easy DIY project for creating vacation memory jars with your children. A great way to remember your favorite moments together.

DIY Vacation Memory Jars - Modern Parents Messy Kids

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How To Cover A Lampshade with Leggings

Turn Leggings Into A Lampshade! - Vintage Revivals

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OK guys, I think this is how you do this- Draw a Tardis outline with a sharpie, and then completely cover it with tape so that it doesn't get covered by the melted crayons. Do the steps for normal melted crayon art with the hair dryer and all and then when it's done, take the tape off and paint inside the Tardis outline. Must try this!

Map Memory Board: Put vacation adventures on display by getting a map and get a few fun pictures printed from each vacation then add a pin to the map.