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i love me some homemade oatmeal, milk, and honey soaps!

these night light outlet covers use $0.05 of electricity per year and require no additional wiring. would be great for hallways.

Amazing! Sugar cookies decorated by using a rubber stamp and food coloring!

How to Rubber stamp on iced cookies

How to remove set in oil stains - Northern Belle Diaries #cleaning #stains #oilstain #diy #home #laundry

Riding Dinosaurs with Mormans. Read this hilarious blog! #adventures #adventuretime

use a mixture of vinegar and cold water to scrub water stains off of leather. | 25 ingenious clothing hacks everyone should know, via buzzfeed

Mini marshmallows, dipped in chocolate, and rolled in graham cracker crumbs. Perfect s'more bites w/o all the mess or the campfire. Kids would love these!

World Adventure

Modern Entrance Design by Brown Davis Interiors

Baby's breath bouquet. I'm loving the simplicity and elegance of this flower!

Christmas Bedroom

champagne ice cubes for orange juice in the morning! MIMOSA

I absolutely adore this idea. I wish I had known about this the very first year that I was married as I would have used it as a wedding gift (although it would make a fabulous birthday, anniversary or Christmas gift now)!!

Had to repin this. Unconditional love. Dogs ♥

Christmas camera fun.Must do

Put a few 20 dollars bills in the album a year and give it to your child as a graduation gift. That way you don't drain your bank account as graduation gets closer, you have already started saving for it since the birth!

Photos with memories written on them

Modern Meadow {x 2!} Baby Boy Quilt by Mary1602, via Flickr

Beth | Ray Domnic

Anthony Garratt

4 questions to ask at the end of an interview...never would have thought to ask these.

LOVE this idea... It's a daily calendar that is reused each year and gets better the longer you use it. Each day you write the year and something that happened that day like, "(Child's name) took her first steps." Imagine how neat it would be in 10 years.

Things you will never get for Christmas again.