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DIY Room Decor: Lace Doily Bowls — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

DIY Room Decor: Lace Doily Bowls — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

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Jillee homemade blog

Home - One Good Thing by Jillee

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Glue wooden letters onto a canvas and spray paint.

39 Easy DIY Ways To Create Art For Your Walls

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easy- do it yourself art for walls

diy embossing / how to

The Embossed Design

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DIY geometric light made to look like an expensive Ralph Lauren light!

DIY Dodecahedron Pendant Light {And an Announcement!!}

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Fabric Covered Boxes - Tutorial {InMyOwnStyle.com}

One Yard Décor: Fabric Covered Boxes - In My Own Style

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Greek Key Wall Moulding Tutorial {All Things Thrifty}

DIY Greek Key Molding Tutorial

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Awesome list of the 25 BEST places to shop for home decor fabric online, plus tips on how to buy!

Build your own wood swingset/playset for your kids! Complete diagrams and step-by-step pics!

DIY sew a zippered piped pillow cover

How to make a simple zip-back cushion-cover - with clear instructions supported by pictures.

It shows aperture because at some aperture's some things are in focus and some aren't

Aperture is the opening in the camera that adjusts how much light you want to let in for your photo. The lower the aperture number, (ie: 1.8, 2, 3.5) the more blurred your background will be. (Or foreground if you want to focus on the background.) The higher the aperture number, (ie: 16, 22) the more everything will be in focus. It is good to remember that there is not just one way to take a well-lit photograph-- photography has equivalents. This means that you can have a dark room with an apert

DIY How to make large tissue paper flowers - great poppies