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Take an old picture frame, choose a fun fabric for the background, frame a small picture (they used greeting cards in this one), and attach to the fabric.

four 1X6 boards, a sanding block, and a can of stain. Hang with large 3M strips (up to 16lbs and these are just over 5lbs each). Cute headboard- DIY.

Take antique bottles and decorate them with ribbons and jewelry... shabby chic!

never forget who's next. what an adorable idea!

Dessert Tray~ These are made with Dollar store plates and light fixtures (the ones with the globes- I see them at the thrift store all the time!)

DIY oil-rubbed bronze fixtures, can be done to towel rods and other fixtures too... GENIUS!

NOW THEY TELL ME?!?! Flour, sugar, water & white vinegar = better cheaper Mod Podge. Yes, please. It's too expensive.

frame notebook paper, hot glue a bow, wrap with a dry erase marker ... viola! Perfect for a To Do list for your desk! cute!

Buy a mirror. Put letter stickers on it. Paint over the whole thing. Peel off stickers.

Homemade Nightlight (wine bottle, glass gems, christmas lights) This is a great idea for a bathroom at night.

Simply wire pearls onto bobbypins ~ cool idea for the messy up do and holiday parties...great little stocking stuffer idea, too!

Don't have a projector and want to paint something on the wall? Just need a box, a lamp and tape.

gorgeous bows ♥ Wow- Gorgeous ness! :D

sharpie. white mugs. bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.

Dollar store pantry makeover on Dollar Store Mom blog - and a link to custom labels!

Brackets from hobby lobby and a piece of wood. SSSOOOOOOOOO doing this!

Christmas mason jar decoration: Leaves, cranberries (they float!), and a floating candle. Rustic and simple!

I like this idea for cookbooks in a basket!

buy rhinestones from Michael's or Hobby Lobby, glue them with a hot glue gun or gorilla glue and voila!

Glue dollar store glasses onto candlesticks = Apothecary jars

Spray painted Dollar Tree Frames with scrapbook paper to spell a word.