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    The solution to that junkie Tupperware cabinet. So smart. So necessary!

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    Instructions for building a cornice board- foam insulation board instead of plywood, and a hot glue gun instead of nails.

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    triple bunkbeds -- if you have lots of kids in your space

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    Pallet - just stain and take out some slats...love this!

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    Warning: Hours wasted if you click!!! But LOTS of inspriation

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    Cover wall outlets with scrapbook paper

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    DIY - Refill air freshners. NOTE: There is a definite "OMG" factor that I will forever associate with plug-in oils now.. I will NEVER buy one again, other than for the purpose of refilling!!

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    Good old Martha taught us that rather than buying those ridiculously expensive anti-slip mats for a rug, just turn it over and run a few lines of acrylic-latex caulk every 6 inches or so. Let dry and flip over and your rug wont be going anywhere!

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    Mason Jar Candles

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    mason jar candles

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    Homemade wooden signs--scrapbook paper, some boards, and a few other supplies and those expensive wood signs are inexpensively recreated!!

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    Cover a pillow with no sewing. I like that these are removable/cleanable.

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    Exterior color scheme.

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    TONS of great suggestions on what to do when building a new house.

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    The mixer sits on the shelf in the cabinet and pops up when needed. There is also a plug in the cabinet, so no need to even mess with cords!

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    DIY Coffee Table. You can buy these crates at any craft store.

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    Strip an old metal lampshade and tie scraps of fabric around the frame

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    Love notes wall plaque (with a chalk board and interchangeable name plates)

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    For library - Milk crates zip-tied together on their sides so that a bench seat fits on top and $7 red crates from Lowe's can slide inside them. Very clever lady!

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    Frame your mother's/grandmother's handwritten recipes in your kitchen. oh i love this so very much

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    How to refinish furniture without sanding. So glad I found this. I have lots of projects!

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    How To Paint Your Cabinets (aka: Hallelujah!) | Young House Love**

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    hobby lobby cardboard letters painted with metal spray paint. so light you can hang them with 3m sticky strips

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    Cutting board storage

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    Every home has a story. Leave yours for a future tenant to find. So Fun!

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