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Simple Bedframe Tutorial

Build Your Own Bed Frame. Learn how with these free plans!

Simple Bedframe Tutorial

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Organize Your Yarn Stash Lookatwhatimade Organize Your Yarn Stash

Organize Your Yarn Stash

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Somebody...please DIY this! Lovely. #diy

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super cute!

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so smart

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Quick Cleaning Tip: Keep Baseboards Cleaner With Fabric Softner

Dryer sheets to clean baseboards. Not only cleans up, but also coats them to repel hair and dust. Makes your house smell like fresh laundry too!

Quick Cleaning Tip: Keep Baseboards Cleaner With Fabric Softner

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Use dollar store soap boxes to organize card games...genius!

Shady Tree Diary: {Soap Box Organizers}

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What a great way to keep dice from rolling all over the place!

The Teacher's Chatterbox

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LAS CHICAS DEL TALLERCITO

Old rake as a wine glass holder.

LAS CHICAS DEL TALLERCITO

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76: How to Replace a Broken/ Cracked iPhone Screen

...how to replace a cracked iPhone screen for under $10.00... Just in case I ever need to.

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for all those twin head and foot boards for sale at yard sales...good project!

Bench Made From A Headboard And Footboard

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interesting

Don't worry. Be happy. Keep learning.: Challenge Me.

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Bread Clips to identify plugs !!!

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Dry Up Grease Stains with Plain White Chalk

Simply rub onto greasy stains and the chalk powder will absorb the grease, making the stain easily removable by the laundry soap in the wash.

Dry Up Grease Stains with Plain White Chalk

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Cover Refrigerator Shelves in Plastic Wrap for Easy Cleaning

Line fridge shelves with Saran Wrap’s Press and Seal paper, then peel off and replace when dirty. Genius!

Cover Refrigerator Shelves in Plastic Wrap for Easy Cleaning

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My Unusual Way Of Cleaning Makeup Brushes For Under £5.00

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My Makeup Storage/Collection

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21 Daily Do It Yourself Tutorials

Embellish rain boots! So cute! I have some bright yellow ones that would look awesome with that black polka dot ribbon.

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21 Daily Do It Yourself Tutorials

easy, no sew wool poncho-I saw one of these made from an old wool skirt instead of a yard of wool for a little girl. so cute. Please journey to our websitore @ http://diygods.com

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Big Stitch Crocheted Alpaca Rugs!

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Wrap fabric around those cheap frames to make them cute and fun.. actually a neat idea. :)

Fabric Frame Tutorial

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DIY salvaged doors re-purposed and up-cycled.

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Flower Goblet Footies Crochet Pattern Download from e-PatternsCentral.com -- Vividly hued flowers designed to fit over the base of stem glassware will help protect your tabletop, and different colors will identify each guest's glass.

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Here you’ll find 3 very different patterns all using one crochet stitch – single crochet! The variations used with the single crochet stitches, make the washcloths look like they came from the most experienced of crocheters!.

Here you’ll find 3 very different patterns all using one crochet stitch – single crochet! The variations used with the single crochet stitches, make the washcloths look like they came from the most experienced of crocheters! @ I Can Do It Pins

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Hankies! By Selina Lake from her book on 'Romantic Styles'. I like to crochet a lacy edge. Then it could be used as a doiley! Pretty!

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