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Pin now, browse later. TONS of ideas for the man in life. Perfect for birthday, anniversaries, Christmas, or just because!

Awesome... Guide to Mod Podge ~ One thing that most people don’t know about Mod Podge is that there are several formulas — which are all good for gluing and sealing — but have different finishes. A great list of formulas you can use to achieve various looks on your projects

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

2-Ingredient Draino, plus a second recipe for really bad clogs. Unfortunately this is really good to know.

LOVE this idea: Spray paint a cheap frame, scrapbook paper in frame, hot glue a metal clip, change out photos as often as you want.

use an old window frame and put pictures or fabric behind it! Makes great wall decor!

Homestead Survivalist: The 12 Fastest Vegetables To Grow In Your Home Gardens Or Containers For First-time Landscapers

ooh i love this - lots of possibilities Wooden boards with wallpaper, take sandpaper to it, I would love this on any wood project. Table, bench, chair, picture frames, maybe even a floor that you would satin varnish over. So many possibilities. Love this!

Keep flies away from outdoor food. I wish I would have seen this before our last camping trip.

Put fabric under glass of inexpensive picture frame to create a tray - cute for a bathroom.

Use toilet paper rolls to start your plants. When ready to plant, stick the whole roll in the ground. Roll will decompose.

Genius! Cut a shoe organizer in half and use it for bathroom stuff to have a clutterless counter......q tips, cotton balls, lotions, hair stuff, brushes, etc.

From the Book Lady, "cheap, plastic, transparent pony beads in a 12" metal cake pan. It took quite a few, as I wanted the 'plate' to be thick enough to support the weight of a cake. Then, I baked the beads at 425 degrees for 30-40 minutes...until all the beads had completely melted. I let this cool in the pan for about 20 minutes, then popped it out of the pan (it came right out...really!) Next, I glued it onto a dollar store candle stick with E6000 glue."

Get crates from Michaels, and create a coffee table. Bonus storage too (for books maybe?)