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hang photos, cards, memos, etc. and so simple/cheap to make!

How to Make Your Own Mason Jar Foaming Soap Dispenser (and DIY Foaming Hand Soap too!!) at The Happy Housie

DIY Herb Drier - Made from old picture frames and a bit of mesh, you could use cord instead of the chains

Crafts with Jars: Solar Mason Jar Lanterns

LOVE this idea!! Peaks, Pits, Praises and Prayers Journal. 1. Peaks of the Day: The highlights. The good moments. Something overall positive that happened during the day. 2. Pit of the Day: The low point of the day. But, rather than just complaining about it, a way that looking back at it can be positive or a blessing in disguise. 3. Praise: Simply praising God for specific things that happened 4. Prayers: Prayer requests that may have arose from the new day

Make solar garden lights! Find a glass jar, paint the inside with Elmer glue tinted the color you want and then go to the DOLLAR TREE and buy a solar light. Wala! Outdoor lights for nearly nothing!

How to Make Mason Jar Lights

Use your bundt pan to make birdseed wreaths - perfect for our lil friends during the winter.

Cool rustic transformation! Upgrade Dollar Store Snowflakes

DIY I-spy bottle. Good for general vocabulary, articulation, categories, and more.

These are a new hit at our house. Never buying a box again. So simple, so easy!!! Brownie Mix $0.30 /mix. 1 Cup Sugar, 1/2 Cup Flour, 1/3 Cup Cocoa, 1/4 tsp Salt, 1/4 tsp Baking Powder. Add: 2 Eggs, 1/2 Cup Vegetable Oil, 1 teaspoon Vanilla. Bake @ 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes.

Super cute-- costs less than $5, uses terra cot pot with dollar store vase

Lotion bars for winter with almond oil. Easy, cheap, excellent gifts. Like the ones they sell at Lush. by nurseryofthenation #Lotion_Bars

4×4 tiles - 19 cents each at Home Depot. A package of 72 felt mounting circles for about $3.50. Glue Sitck Photos already cut to tile size. Folow directions for Resin and DONE! That easy and awesome gift.

You can make a single pressed glass picture by buying two dollar store frames, then taking the glass out of one of them and using it for the backing of the first frame. Place your favorite pressed leaf in between the two glass panes.