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Treasured Friend / Painted Rock / Sandi Pike Foundas / Cape Cod.

Coffee With A Friend, Chalkboard Art, Word Art,Typography Pine Wall Sign

Chalk Art Coffee Table Top with Glass

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint {Maiden Voyage Part 2}

custom hand-lettering envelope addressing

NEW new NEW | laurenish design blog

Thought Id post this in case anyone could find it helpful. When Kiera grows out of clothes, and I want to save them for future kids, I put them in diaper boxes. You can label them, but you dont need to, the size of diapers should be pretty close to whats inside. Easily stackable too! diy-to-try diy-to-try

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Polaroid pictures inside a wooden frame. Cute DIY idea for the home! Daily update on my blog:

framed scrapbook paper as wall art. cheap and gorgeous!

Geometric Prints

Cut the bottoms off wine bottles to use for candle covers, keeps the wind from blowing them out when outside

How to Cut a Wine Bottle into a Candle Hurricane

Make a custom world map corkboard to mark where you've been and where you plan on going.

33 DIY Dorm Room Ideas

Cute banner style... draw swirl first, then name, st address, draw banner top line, fill in city, st, zip and embellish lines Wedding Calligraphy Envelope Addressing "Truman Style" Handwritten.

Paint, blow dry, and then duct tape to give a weathered look.

The Ripped Effect - The Wood Connection Blog

DIY Burlap Bulletin Board

DIY Burlap Bulletin Board Makeover - Nest of Bliss

Hand Lettered Envelopes |

And Here We Are » 2012 Holiday Mailing

Pet memorial shadow box! Don't want to think about it but such a cute idea

DIY PALLET SWING BED I will have this in my yard someday


use Elmer's glue to draw the design on cardboard letters from michaels then paint with metal paint. These look pricey, but they're so cheap!

Little Inspirations: Letter Art

The Right Arm can hold your laptop or tablet in a variety of configurations, including angled downward.

Fund this: The Right Arm is a tablet stand like no other - CNET