birthday morning balloon avalanche once they open the door on the other side!! oh! so doing this for someone special's birthday!!
Transferring pictures to tiles by using nail polish remover. This is freaking ingenious!
Used old towels to make this huge beach blanket. Add a vinyl tablecloth to the back: blocks sand, doubles as tablecloth. Road trip must-have! ----
How to Organize and Print Years Worth of Photos | Lil Blue Boo
For camping or late nights at the beach? Leave 1/4 of Mountain dew in bottle (just dont drink it all), add a tiny bit of baking soda and 3 caps of peroxide. Put the lid on and shake - walla! Homemade glow stick (bottle) solution. Gotta see if this works
Mod Podge Basics. Very helpful for beginners in mod podging, this has helpful reminders and some hints I didn't know.
Use the tourist map from the place you visited and then put the most memorable picture from the trip. Love this!
Beer Bottle Candle... Cool for an outdoor bar/patio
Key chain/holder from old seatbelt buckles - now that's cool!
32 last minute Christmas crafts. You'll want to check these out before December 25th! (gifts, decorations and more!)
Better than salt dough? Clay 1/2 cup cornstarch 1 cup baking soda 3/4 cup water Bake at 175
transform dollar store glasses into anthropologie-inspired confetti glasses
Pack List (downloadable) emergency-preparedness-first-aid
Some times the girls might go out and have a few drinks. Some times you might have just one too many that will lead to a killer hangover the next morning. If this is the case, there are natural and creative remedies that can help cure that hangover so you can enjoy your day. Take some Milk Thistle, ibuprofen and some Vitamin B with lots of good ol h2o or Coconut water is excellent. fit, hangov remedi, hangover cures, food, drink, natural hangover cure, hangov cure, health, thing
Recipes to cure a hangover and stay beautiful!
How to turn an old bra into a bathing suit. A top that will actually fit and support!...brilliant. This is going to change my life!
LOVE THIS! Preserve your child's Christmas list in an ornament every year. Wish I would have thought of this YEARS ago.