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Pretty clever! Write about your favorite things, cherished moments and all of your life adventures. “My Journey” Journal Collection available at, and summerlandpublish....

Top 10 Repurposed Old Ladders – Top Inspired

Mr Clean Magic Erasers are just this stuff called Melamine Foam? You can buy it in bulk on Amazon for WAY less than Mr Clean brand name! Is this true?!??

Cut the bottoms off wine bottles to use for candle covers! How cool looking- and keeps the wind from blowing them out!

Put In Corner Shelves...for great use of that unused space between doorways!

Spray-painted mason jars

576 loads of laundry for $6. I have pinned this before, but I like these directions better. (update: made this and works awesome, I will never spend $10 on one thing of laudry soap again!)

Dry erase marker on glass, backing in any pretty fabric/paper. Love!

Love the burlap and you can change pictures whenever!

Bathroom staging: Love this whole website!

your relationship as a timeline on your wall in master bedroom. I love this. I also love the striped wall

Tank top organization. Because who really needs a hanger for every single one. Use shower curtain hooks for easy on/off.

Fake drawer to hold blow dryer/straightener. Love this, both things take up so much valuable space... until now!

This lady tells you how to redo furniture WITHOUT sanding or anything! And she swears by benjamin moore ironclad latex low lustre metal and wood enamel. Also she uses cheap foam rollers from walmart and cheap foam brushes from hobby lobby. First, Cut in the trim and angles with the foam brush then roll on the paint with the roller.

Clean & Scentsible: Bathroom Storage Projects

"Pretty much the best website ever for ALL areas of the home! knockoff DIYs of retail decor. (anthropologie, ballard design, crate & barrel, land of nod, pier 1, pottery barn, restoration hardware, urban outfitters, west elm, williams-sonoma and others). Truly some of the neatest ideas ever!!...

Making your own foam soap.. $4.00 for a year's supply!