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DIY Favorite Map Panel - finally the instructions on how to do it!

DIY Favorite Map Panel DIY Projects |

Beautiful Bottle Craft | DIY & Crafts Tutorials

Beautiful Bottle Craft | Best DIY Ideas

Repiny - Most inspiring pictures and photos!

Chunky crochet baby blanket tutorial. I want to make one of these one to day to see how thick and warm they are. It looks awesome.

Chunky Crochet Baby Blanket - Tutorial

DIY candle. Only need wax chips, scented oil, wicks, and mason jars

Candy and Clothes – Project 19/52: Mason Jar candles

Put a glue top on acrylic paint bottle and you can write with it.....can't believe I've never thought of this!

Kool-Aid Dyed Rice. use as vase filler

Kool-Aid Dyed Rice

The burlap background is perfect. I think I have a Cricut cartridge with a bird and branch similar to this.

add a pool noodle under the edge of the fitted sheet so it would bumper my rolling children.

Setting up the Home: The Bedroom

Dont let anyone dull your sparkle canvas quote I think I want to do that for an art project next year. its so true

Rainbow Butterfly Footprint | This would be cute for homemade stationery! @Nicole Novembrino Novembrino Kuiper

Rainbow Butterfly Footprints-Craft by Photo

DIY Gear Flower DIY Gear Flower

DIY Gear Flower DIY Projects |

make a Lego marble maze - this could be as simple or elaborate as your child wants

Aggieland Mommy: Summer Bucket List Part 2

A little inexpensive white tulle and some Dollar Tree glittery snowflakes and... Voila! Winter wreath!

A Fish Who Likes Flowers: The Cure For The Post Christmas Blues

chevron Decor for a little girls room. @Victoria Brown Brown Sartin this would be cute for Lilly

Morgan's Nursery - Project Nursery

I LOVE this idea! I have made one along with a tutu and flip flops as a gift! Awesome for all the little girls!

How to make a burlap wreath. Simple with COMPLETE instructions! :)

Little Lovely Leaders: Search results for Burlap

Just print off any picture you want, then spray paint a piece of wood black, cut the picture to match the size of the wood. Using Mod podge coat the wood then lay the picture on top. Once it has dried thoroughly, use sandpaper to rough up the edges, then put a layer of mod podge over the picture. paint some eye hooks and use pretty ribbon as a hanger and voila

I'm now offically addicted to rosettes! They are so, so simple to make and can be added to anything!