Scrapbooking paper, modge podge, and ceramic tiles.

Ceramic tiles + scrapbook paper + acrylic coating = personalized coasters could use pictures or kids art or more as well

Pinner said, "Last winter, when I visited my sister who lived in Italy (I know, lucky!) their showerheads had fresh sprigs of Eucalyptus casually tied on. When you took a hot bath or shower, the steam made the fragrance amazing..."

Inspiration: Eucalyptus In the Bathroom

Last winter, when I visited my sister who lived in Italy their showerheads had fresh sprigs of Eucalyptus casually tied on. When you took a hot bath or shower, the steam made the fragrance amazing. Obviously I wasn't in Italy nor do I have a sister.

Make your own coasters- 4x4 tiles ($.16 Home Depot); 4x4 adhere picture/paper to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom.

Make your own coasters- tiles, adhere picture/paper to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom. Doesn't have to be beer coaster either!

Cool confetti bowl!

DIY Confetti Vase how-to. earlier pinner: "Looks fun to do and to see finished. For a little ones hair things, so many possibilities. I like these for a party bowl"

DIY beer coasters from six packs. Perfect gift  - And costs less than $5 to make! Click for tutorial.

DIY beer coasters from six packs. Perfect gift for a beer lovers--we did it using "seasonal" 6 pack art

She used a dictionary, but I think music would look so cool!! or maybe even newspaper from important days, great conversation piece!

Budget Anthropologie Tutorial: Dictionary page Lampshade.However, I have done lamp shades with sheet music or old hymn book pages that are adorable! Or children's picture book pages - or comic books!

DIY Geometric Wood Floor vintagerevivals.com-16

The Nugget: DIY Geometric Wood Flooring for $80

DIY Geometric Wood Floor <-- pinning because that is the exact kitchen floor pattern from my childhood Roswell home.

The House of Smiths - Home DIY Blog - Interior Decorating Blog - Decorating on a Budget Blog

Spectacular idea: "Add a few drops of lavender [essential] oil into your sheet's rinse cycle to give them a fresh scent and help promote a better night's sleep".

How cool is this?! Please tell me we can do this in Bora Bora during our honeymoon!! :)

Zorbing in New Zealand. I have no idea what "zorbing" is exactly, but it seems to involve bubbles and water. I'm in!

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