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Aren't they just beautiful?! Find out how to fold these origami flowers from a single sheet of paper, no glue needed!

acorn gnomes

T shirt quilt - i like this version with different sized squares!

Painted rocks - too cute

1. Cover mason jars with lace 2. Spray frosting paint over lace 3. Remove lace 4. Place candle inside and enjoy ANOTHER GREAT IDEA FOR ALL THE JARS I KEEP SAVING!

Buy a mirror. Put letter stickers on it. Paint over the whole thing. Peel off stickers.

Memories in a frame. Both of you keep all wristbands, concert tickets, fair/festival passes, movie tickets, love notes & hotel cards. Put them in a frame to create a collage of memories together.

Spray Garden stones that catch the sun and they will glow at night to help visibility. Use a stencil to make special shapes appear.

Don't throw away the perfectly good jars any longer just because the lid is labeled! Use chalkboard paint...Sweet!

Website that matches sewing patterns to store-bought outfits. How did I not know about this?

Wait until I think of a purpose for the homemade clouds! Maybe a stork themed baby shower?

Mod Podge your lids.

Photocopies of yearbook pages from your home computer on regular paper stock. Scissors to trim Glass votive, mason jar, or clear glass cup Mod Podge Brush Ribbon in school color Candle/ candy to fill it Brush a coat of Mod Podge over the entire outside of the glass jar… Carefully apply the yearbook photos Go over the photos with another coat of the Mod Podge and let it dry thoroughly…tie and ribbon, fill it with candle or candy… and TA-DA

Great conversion of tire to an ottoman perfect for outdoor living spaces

Tea Bag Gift Tag Printable and DIY tutorial

Print on wax paper and iron onto fabric

"Make these chalkboard clothespins to clip on dishes at a pot luck. Let eaters know what it is." Easy Tutorial

How to write in chalk.

This girl's blog is awesome for sewing beginners! I finally refound her!!!

Put a picture of the beach you visited in a shadow box frame and fill the bottom with sand (& shells) from that beach. this is such a good idea!

I love this! Finally some use for some of those old tools that I got from the flea market long ago.