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To fill nail holes--- use white soap. It works like a charm! Remember for when you're moving out or moving in :)

Mod Podge Tip! For a very smooth finish, wet a piece of #400 grit sandpaper with water and sand lightly between coats. Wipe dry and polish with #0000 steel wool on the final coat.

5 Common mistakes people make when painting furniture

How to cut mirror or glass: quick and easy tutorial

How to age wood ( and some metals) almost instantly with simple household products! Follow me for great home decor projects!

Great light box how to for tracing images - omg never thought of this!

Stencil Tips from A View Along The Way via Just Paint It

There are directions for how to repaint Ikea boxes. However, the most valuable tip for me is coating the silver parts of the box with school glue before spray painting. When the paint dries you can just peel the glue/paint off the metal parts. I could totally apply this trick to other crafts.

10 Spray Paint Tips: what you never knew about spray paint (like how to spray paint a frame to give it dimension!). Good to know! Check this out!

Want to get rid of the holes caused by nails on the wall? Here’s an easy solution: All you have to do is get a bar of white soap and scrub across the hole until it’s filled. This is a great tip for when you’re moving out of a house and want the holes to be gone!

Sharpie Oil-Based. I learned the hard way; these are actually the type of sharpie you need for all those "bake @ 350 to make a super cute mug" ideas!

How to properly apply and remove masking tape to get clean, crisp edges in your painting project.

EXTEND THE LIFE OF YOUR GLUES....simply remove the cap and rub a thin layer of petroleum jelly around the lid = keeps the lid from gluing the lid shut!