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A pallet wall plaque

DIY Canvas Art: Huge Impact, Low, Low, Low Cost.

Old shutters to display pictures. Tuck the frame easel between the slats.

Holy smokes. This may be the best crafting tip of the month. "print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint, let dry, then use mod podge to secure letters to canvas, etc. Brilliant."

Make curtains out of twin sheets. An easy and inexpensive way to update a room (especially a kid's room!)

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Cover a pull down shade with fabric of your choice. Great idea!---- This was SO easy and the shades really look awesome. Shades were $4 each at Walmart, fabric was $13. Total for whole project only $21! I added valances to the top to hide the roll.

Clever headboard with mis-matched old drawers arranged and painted to match. Just, where do I find those lovely curve-front drawers? 15 DIY Ideas How to Re purpose Old Drawers

Press and seal wrap instead of taping everything. Brilliant! There are lots more great painting tips on this site as well!

Filing cabinet and black bookshelves... Build more for under whiteboard... Never enough shelves...

50+ Recycled T-Shirt Craft Projects

The back of an old chair becomes a handy way to store bathroom items:

10 Ways To Use Old Shutters In A New Way

Stacked baking pan trays - Shabby Gals featured on I Love That Junk

Family Yearbooks: so the pics don't just stay on the computer. This might be the best way I've seen to do this.

Rainbow Loom DIY bracelets ...how have I not heard about these before now?!

Magnetic memo board created from an old drawer. www.homeroad.net

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Snatch up old overalls from a thrift store to create an adorable wall pocket - it only takes 5 minutes! ~~~via knickoftimeinteri...

Wall Vase FOR TOOTHBRUSH

10 Fun Ways to Decorate With Mason Jars and Wine Bottles: You can make so many things with a bottle cutter. For instance, these kitchen pendants were crafted from three old wine bottles. They were cut just below the neck, wrapped in decorative wire then fitted with electrical fixtures. Design by Joanne Palmisano From DIYnetwork.com