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40 DIY Log Ideas Take Rustic Decor To Your Home

40 DIY Log Ideas Take Rustic Decor To Your Home

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Create this canvas with tissue paper and water! We love bleeding tissue paper!

Kids Craft Tissue Painted Canvas / Summer Camp | Fiskars

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DIY Colored Pencil Fence!

Colored Pencil Fence | fungardenzfungardenz

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paint a canvas the colors you choose...put the sticker letters where you want...paint it all black...and then peel the stickers off.

Creative garden markers. Easy to make!

Homemade Herb Garden Markers | Herbs and Oils Hub

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Companion Planting - What Not to Plant Together when Gardening

What to Know Before Painting Laminate Furniture

What to Know Before Painting Laminate Furniture

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DIY Tie Dye Curtains -- learn how to make your own striped tie dye curtains in any color of the rainbow.

Add 1 tsp. of liquid food coloring to 1 cup of water. Drizzle the colored water onto the soil surrounding the base of a plant. Wait 24 hours for the water to absorb. Apply another identical dose if the color change was not sufficient.

Jewel Tones - oBaz

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Seeds started in a cupcake tin, perfect, I need to hit some garage sales. Once plants have germinated place the paper & plant in soil.

Can't find time to organize? Read this post! ONE hour plus ONE Dollar Store trip solved SEVEN organization problem areas. You'll love these easy organization ideas for busy people on a budget!

I want to do this to hang next to our wedding photo

Well isn't this a duh moment :D Outdoor table (with storage!) made from terracotta pot and saucer.

I LOVE this Chalkboard Art Gallery. She did an amazing job with this and it tickles me to think that you don’t have to buy frames….just draw it around the pictures with chalk... ahhhhh, and you don’t have to clean glass….ahhhhh. These can be so easily changed out. Just love it.

May Pole: Brightly colored ribbons were woven around the pole by the dancers as they wove around each other. This symbolizes the balance of masculine and feminine energies and the duality of life.