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DIY: 12 Ways to Make a Burlap Bow, Part 12

All you need are a few - pavers, - landscape-block adhesive, and a little time. Wait 24 hours for everything to cure and you're ready to move your new planters into place and fill them with dirt and greenery.

{How to Make Mason Jar Soap Dispensers} I'm so doing it !!!

Pipe Cleaners. Diy crowns and tiaras

7 creative ideas for jewelry storage, from DIY projects to using unexpected objects around the house.

Spray paint twigs + add glitter for a festive touch!

Southern DIY Therapy: Burlap garland.. How-to!

Kids Artwork Display - an organized way to display things on your fridge #kids #artwork #papers #refrigerator #fridge

I just realized that I have been doing my bows in a much more complicated way! New (easier) way!

glitter state - cut your home state out on glitter paper, glue to canvas

DIY Abstract painting that anyone can make!

Seasonal Chalkboard Art with Free Templates and Tutorial! #DIY #Chalkboard

Moss Graffiti: Put in blender: one can of cheap beer (or 1 1/2 cups buttermilk), a few handfuls of moss, one teaspoon of sugar. Paint on wall and mist daily until it grows.

Gotta try this:) / Acrylic paint (enamel works even better, but it's more expensive) on a few smooth rocks, then placed here and there in my garden, makes a surprise treat for the eyes. I make sure to use non-toxic paints, 'cause my garden toad lives out there.

The Power of Paint -Top Coastal Paint MakeoversA chic paint makeover for seashells via Pinterest. The interior of the shells are spray painted high gloss blue, the exterior with Krylon Chrome. And the lovely silver? Just drag the shells through the excess silver paint that had pooled on your surface.

Old Barnwood barn wood CHALKBOARD Burlap Flowers Wedding / Menu / Nursery / French Country / Shabby / Paris Apartment / Rustic Wall Decor. $33.95, via Etsy.

How much fun is this?? Trophies you can't part with, can't display -- until..spray paint!! Think the boys will let me?

Every garden needs a little a rock caterpillar!