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DIY:: When you have to hang something with exact holes, photocopy the back and use as a template. Are you kidding me?

Create your own bowl out of a record album by melting it in your oven! So simple, and the outcome is something you can have on display in your house. Coast Music Therapy tip: choose a record that has a special meaning to you (but maybe has a few scratches) as a daily inspiration to store your trinkets.

  • Thel Mellin

    My crafting buddy has made several of these--really cute!

Bookish Ornaments & decorations - Now I need a supply of books I feel okay with destroying!

Whoa. So super awesome. Especially for when you want to be outside but are too lazy to do much of anything. :) Now I just need a tree to hold it!

DIY Glass Insulator Pendant Lamp. And you thought I was obsessed with Ball jars. They got nothing on glass insulators.

Have students decorate an umbrella as a gift for classroom volunteers. Add a tag that says, "Whatever the weather, we think you shine!"

Tea Cup Bird Baths and Feeders I have teacups and saucers galore!!! Hmmm.....

Ok so here is my $30 pocket chart with magnetic dry erase board. The frame is from Target. It is Room Essentials Clothes rack with extension arms on both sides. I have one hanging out. I added a magnetic dry erase board another teacher threw out. Put red duck tape around battered edges. Drilled 6 holes and zip tied it to the clothes rack. I added 2 large baskets under it to hold manipulatives. So sturdy I can put multiple charts on it with shower curtain hangers. Oh and it has wheels to roll.

Purchase stair risers from your local home improvement store...paint them white and add some window boxes... small herb garden?

Gallery Wall - fewer holes to drill in the wall....easy to move frames around!!

DUCT TAPE!! Use duct tape to make sturdy, but ugly, boxes look decorative. Great for classroom organization!

Uh oh... Amazing site the has TONS of ideas for each room in your house. WARNING: If you thought Pinterest was the most addicting site, think again.