For my wreath obsession: LESS Than $1 - DIY Wreath form!! Visit the plumbing dept at your nearest Hardware store -  grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for $.97!! Snip the length you want with scissors and duct tape the ends together. Voila! You have a really inexpensive wreath form. You can probably get three to four wreaths out of one piece.

A great tip for making wreath: go to the plumbing department at Home Depot and grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for cheap! Snip the length you want with scissors and duct tape the ends together.You have a really inexpensive wreath form.

Draw on wax paper with permanent markers, wrap around candle and heat until image is transferred.

Draw on wax paper with permanent markers, wrap around candle and heat until image is transferred. It would be great to do this for Mother's Day, or Teacher Appreciation Day - have kids draw on wax paper and give her a personalized candle.

How to roll plastic bags so they come out like wipes. thanks pinterest! finally I can tame the cabinet of bags.

how to roll plastic bags so they come out like wipes. No more huge bag filled with them under the sink! Then they fit in a recycled wipes container. Awesome for poop pickup bags :)

Aluminum foil, wax paper, etc. dispenser... inside the pantry. great idea

Organize Paper Towels, Wax Paper, Aluminum Foil, Parchment Paper, or Plastic Wrap with this Pottery Barn Roll Dispenser

Fabric and Cardboard Wall Letters DIY

Diy Projects: Fabric and Cardboard Wall Letters DIY - where was this when I was fixing up the baby's nursery.' Put cardboard letters covered in choice fabric on self painted canvas boards

How to make flying paper lanterns (like in Tangled). I've been looking for these!

How to Make Flying Paper Lanterns

How to make Flying Paper Lanterns - these would be a fun thing to fly on New Year's or at a beach wedding or just because!

such a cute idea

Roundup: DIY Mail Holders

Use a Window Shutter as a Mail Holder; love this idea for Christmas cards. Could paint the shutter Christmas red

The best window cleaner: 1/2 tsp dish soap + 1/4 cup vinegar + 2 cups distilled water. No streaks or hazy looking film developing later on. I love this stuff and use it on everything!

Pinner says, "The best window cleaner: tsp dish soap + cup vinegar + 2 cups distilled water. No streaks or hazy looking film developing later on. I love this stuff and use it on everything!

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