Glue old book spines to a box for hidden storage. Leave the front cover on one of the books and the back cover on another to use as the sides of your box. This would be perfect for spare remotes, cables, router, or anything else you wish to keep out of site but accessible.
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These are beautiful, and they are SO much FUN to make using recycled materials or items you probably already have on-hand.
Decorated Clay Pots - Spring DIY Projects - Bright Bold and Beautiful
Decorated Clay Pots - can't wait for warmer weather to start planting again
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Free Easy to Crochet Afghan Patterns
Liquitex Glossies Acrylic Enamel Color Set set of 6
Glue Snowflakes. Lay wax paper over snowflake template. Draw lines with glue. Sprinkle w/glitter. Dry overnight. Peel when dry.
Monogrammed Ornament Wreath (16" Wreath)-Multicolored, Ready to Hang, Shatterproof (could probably make for less)
Be Creative - print this up for the wall
Make your own photo canvases. $20 to make 8.
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DIY coasters. Raid the scrap bins at the local lumberyard or home center to salvage free material for these handy little coasters. Cut one 4x4-inch wood block down to different segments using a handsaw and a miter block to ensure straight cuts. Sand the edges and corners smooth, and apply a coat of natural wood stain and sealer (starting at $15 for a quart) to show off the grain.
On the Block
Prev 9/33 Next DIY Holiday Vases Salvaged boards become rustic holiday vases. Cut two matching wood slates that slide and lock together to hold a vase. When sizing the notches for the vases, add 1/8 inch to the diameter measurement so you can easily slip the vase into the notch. Simple bittersweet and pine accent the simple vases