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Knockoff Swig Sugar Cookie Recipe (LITERALLY The Best Cookie Known To Man!!) - Vintage Revivals

My DIY Built-In Bookcase Wall Is Finished!! (Before After) basement idea, gas fireplace in the middle instead of cupboards?

zen shmen!: 50 Great Ideas for Built-Ins

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This is the most genius thing I have seen in a while!! Totally uses that dead space in the closet and keeps it really easily accessible.

Now why didn't I think of this?!?! Cover your refrigerator shelf with Saran's Press and Seal Wrap....then when it gets dirty you just peel it off and apply a new piece!! This is genius.

AirStone (found only at Lowe's) as an accent added to bathtub/back splash/fireplace... you name it. This stuff is amazing!

To paint over ANY surface, without sanding, use a product called ‘ESP Easy Surface Prep’, available at hardware and paint shops. Wipe on, wipe off and paint in 90 minutes. Works well over enamel paint , without having to sand. SAVES HOURS of work. It was recommended to me by a professional painter. @ Pin For Your Home

The Thrifty Blogger tells us how to paint kitchen cabinets like a pro. EXCELLENT step-by-step instructions.

Plywood floor. Inexpensive paintable floor. A pinner said "Did this in our house...we just put the sheets of plywood down and routed out grooves...then some stain and poly...its been ten years and still looks great and we love it..."

Love the separate mason jar idea and easy to dishwasher once a week

This really works - we did it for our raised beds and regular garden, no weeds for two years!! The newspaper will prevent any grass and weed seeds from germinating, but unlike fabric, it will decompose after about 18 months. By that time, any grass and weed seeds that were present in the soil on planting will be dead. It’s green, it’s cheaper than fabric, and when you decide to remove or redesign the bed later on, you will not have the headache you would with fabric.

"Good old Martha taught us that rather than buying those ridiculously expensive anti-slip mats for a rug, just turn it over and run a few lines of acrylic-latex caulk every 6 inches or so. Let dry and flip over and your rug wont be going anywhere!"