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They are VERY easy to make. They are the backs of plain dominos. I then use rubber stamps (a couple of these are from Tim Holtz) and stamped the images in Stayz On permanent ink brown. Then I rubbed the sides in the same brown color ink to finish them. I haven't decided if they will become magnets or if I should frame it as a set.

Cute way to keep art supplies organized and use them as decor at the same time

Create your own Halloween Candy Jar out of a flower pot! This frugal craft costs under $5 to create and makes a completely sweet, yet slightly spooky addition to your fall decor. Here's how to make them . . .

Good idea! My kids aren't going to be whiny misbehaving brats.. i cant stand those kinds of kids

Great decoration project for your child's room using wooden letters and scrapbook paper.

Customize your mason drinking jars with colorful Infinity Permanent Markers to make your drinks more festive!

Fill a jar with summer boredom busters (PRINTABLE INCLUDED ON THIS POST). Some of the activities are fun, some of them are not, so before your kids decide to have you entertain them, they really need to decide if its worth it or not! They might get

Trade out the ugly plastic bottles for the pretty olive oil bottles - Hobby Lobby!

Save space in your wallet & organize all your gift & store rebate cards by putting a hole punch through them and adding them to a key ring.

Scrapbooking paper, mounted on 4x4 coasters. I used cricut Lifes a beach and doodle charms cartriges for the embellishments. Punched holes and threaded wide ribbon through it. Easy peasy!

Positive reinforcement - Put a cotton ball, marble, pom-pom, etc. in every time you catch your child being good. Do something special when it's full. This is exactly what I need instead of focusing on the bad.