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How To Freeze Food -- Timeline, Tips and Don'ts
Concrete stepping stones that look like vintage pillows. Fun!
Hanging planter basket re-purposed as a fruit holder! Frees up valuable counter space
Trace the hand in pencil. With a marker, draw a straight line until you get to the hand. Then make a curve from one line to the next, then continue the straight line.
Use Cream of Tartar to remove grease/residue from metal appliances
you click on the part you want to work on and it tells you easy exercises you can do at home!
how to make sure you get your serving dishes back! also a great wedding gift idea.
just a regular mirror glued to plywood and then odd end assorted wood elements added. What a great way to make something inexpensive look incredibly expensive & fancy-pantsy.
paint can trick-- rubber band to avoid paint on the can.
neat idea... @Samantha Anderson could do this for me next year in our apartment!
Genius! Buy super cheap cabinet doors and make these cute desks for Christmas!
key and keyring in one?! count me in!
GENIUS!!! Use toothpaste on picture hooks. Toothpaste marks the wall where you want it placed and allows you to easily nail and hang pictures.
Didn't know you could iron fabric onto the wall...opens up a lot of possibilities! >> I had no idea you could do this... uh oh, watch out walls, here I come!
A great example of a high Playfulness value in action: vintage-style cans repurposed as wall-hanging kitchen utensil holders. Choices ran the gamut from pink silicon to retro with posies to olivewood and curlicued metal. An easy, laid-back, fun assortment. | commentary via The Voice Bureau | AbbyKerr.com kitchen utensils, kitchen storage, vintage tins, organize kitchen, kitchen interior, design kitchen, tin cans, kitchen designs, kitchen tool
Cute braided hair!
Fun things to grow inside