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    Shirts you like but are so stiff you'll never wear them? Here's a recipe to soften them up and create a "vintage tee" look and feel.

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    Never Pay For Onions Again: Grow Them Indoors! This page has all sorts of interesting ideas for growing plants indoors.

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    31 Days to a better grocery budget. I'll have to check this out. Might be useful.

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    LOTS of ideas for dates, cute little gifts, and other stuff to bring the focus back to your marriage!

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    Might have to result to this...... Ha! Give your spouse hints about things you like or would like to do. It will be his "go to" when he is unsure of something nice he can do for you.

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    Template for printing on Post-It Notes! This could be dangerous.

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    Free printables every month for VT. Just print and go. Love it!

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    antique with Elmer's Glue!

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    ...to learn how to budget. cash envelopes. Website has free printable envelopes.

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    photos onto canvas. print onto tissue paper and mod podge onto canvas ~ easy! @Mary Coules this is kind of like what you were talking about but cheper then the magic pen

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    12 preplanned, prepaid date nights This is adorable for my newly married kids!

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    Frugal Date Night Ideas (and Quotes)

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    buy a clear iPhone case. change the look whenever you like with cut-out scrapbook paper to fit the back. genius! - SO tired of my case!!

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    this diy decorate series is beyond inspirational

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    sugar hair removal recipe: does this work? at the least it can't hurt -- and might even be tasty.

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    MATTRESS spring cleaning:pour about 1 cup of baking soda into a mason jar and drop in 4 drops of lavender essential oil. Put on the lid and shake up the jar.Using a kitchen strainer sprinkle the baking soda mixture all over the mattress and let it sit. I leave it for an hour or more, usually the time it takes for me to finish washing all the bedding Using the hose end of your vacuum and an upholstery attachment, thoroughly vacuum the mattress. Bye, bye dust mites and other nasty things. The baking soda helps draw up any moisture and deep dirtiness. It deodorizes and leaves the mattress smelling fresh and clean. I also love the faint scent of lavender left by the essential oil.

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    make-ahead freezer smoothie packs - 1 cup frozen fruit, 2 plain frozen yogurt cubes (from yogurt frozen in an ice cube tray), then simply put in a blender, add milk or juice, and whirl until smooth

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    @Mrs. T MUST TRY.something else that looks right up your alley.

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    Photo equipment rental

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    make-up, hair ....................................................................................DOES YOUR HAIR NEED A LITTLE PICK-ME-UP? Read on, my friend... Your hair is made up of proteins, which can break up from exposure to the sun, chemicals and harsh conditions - so what better way to strengthen your strands than to put some back with this DIY protein pack! What you'll need: 2 eggs 1/2 cup yogurt 1/2 cup honey 1/2 cup olive oil What to do: 1. Beat the eggs until they become frothy and add in the olive oil. 2. Whisk until it's fully blended together and add in the yogurt, mixing until it's a creamy consistency. Then add the honey. 3. Comb out any knots and tangles in your hair, and spread the mixture from your roots to your ends, combing it through. 4. Wrap your hair in a warm towel for twenty to thirty minutes before your rinse it out and shampoo. Hel-lo shiny hair! {Source: Self}

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    These are not dirty pictures to color (contrary to my first belief!) I just get bored sometimes coloring what the kids do so this is nice and interesting! :) Not a blog, just something I want to keep around.

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    Fixing Sweat Stains @Florentina Rivas Tell Lee-Allen about this.

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    get a bowl of water, pour little bits of all the different shades you want, it should float on the top, swirl with a toothpick or something like it and when it looks like you want on top of the water, then dip your nails through the water...

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    awesome tutorial

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    Cinnamon buns!

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