Spray the globe and use gold marker to decorate it! It simply turns the good ol boring globe into a fancy elegant decor. Tall about 360° change xD

Spray the globe and use gold marker to decorate it! It simply turns the good ol boring globe into a fancy elegant decor. Tall about 360° change xD

Ugly Christmas Sweater idea   Purchased sweatshirt at Academy and added foam gingerbread man found at Target in the $1 section. Glued foam letters and decorated with puffy paint, felt and ribbon.

Ugly Christmas Sweater idea Purchased sweatshirt at Academy and added foam gingerbread man found at Target in the $1 section. Glued foam letters and decorated with puffy paint, felt and ribbon.

How to save $5000 for your next Disney trip in a year... Not sure if I could do this, but it would be nice!

How to save $5000 for your next Disney trip in a year... Not sure if I could do this, but it would be nice!

Combine a tsp of honey, olive oil and sugar. Mix into a thick paste. Smooth onto lips, remove after with a warm damp cloth, and seal with lip balm

Combine a tsp of honey, olive oil and sugar. Mix into a thick paste. Smooth onto lips, remove after with a warm damp cloth, and seal with lip balm

Lip Scrub 1:1 ratio of sugar to coconut oil (or olive oil) Vanilla Extract Combine and mix well. Ratio will depend on the oil using and texture you are going for. Can use other extracts/flavors.

Lip Scrub 1:1 ratio of sugar to coconut oil (or olive oil) Vanilla Extract Combine and mix well. Ratio will depend on the oil using and texture you are going for. Can use other extracts/flavors.

We've all got a few extra frames hiding somewhere around the house. Here's a DIY serving tray from our Home Maker Sallie Dale that will put them to good use for your next get-together. Whether you're an expert of a first-timer, it's easy. Just remove the backing, flip, mark where your handles will go, and pre-drill their holes. Screw in handles, customize with your choice of patterns, glue everything into place and you're ready to serve your guests something picture perfect! Click for the…

We've all got a few extra frames hiding somewhere around the house. Here's a DIY serving tray from our Home Maker Sallie Dale that will put them to good use for your next get-together. Whether you're an expert of a first-timer, it's easy. Just remove the backing, flip, mark where your handles will go, and pre-drill their holes. Screw in handles, customize with your choice of patterns, glue everything into place and you're ready to serve your guests something picture perfect! Click for the…

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