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    Make your own door stop - Place a plastic bag (like a food freezer bag) inside and start to fill with rice. I use about 1.5kg"

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    20 Ways on How to Make Money in College - Some you may have never thought of

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    How cute!!

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    12 Piece No Brainer Fall Wardrobe from the Tiny Twig

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    Have an extra $25? Freshen up your place. Apartment Living #HomegateFever

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    The Farmhouse Porch: "Fake it 'till you Make It" Autumn Entryway

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    Epoxy is the perfect material to make permanent repairs of rotting window sills, door jambs and exterior molding that are difficult to remove and expensive to replace. Epoxy is easy to handle too. You mix it like cookie dough, mold it like modeling clay and, when it hardens, you carve and sand it just like wood. It sticks like crazy and is formulated to flex and move with the wood, so it won't crack and fall out like some wood fillers.

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    Carry Seasoning in a Straw Use straws to store salt, pepper, and spices for camping trips. Heat one end of a clear plastic straw with a lighter, then crimp it with your fingers or a multitool. Fill the straw with the desired seasoning, and repeat the process on the other end. Just snip off one of the ends when you’re cooking, and reseal it when you’re done. Store in a plastic bag in case of a leak @Robert

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    If it got any easier...I would have to make one for the whole house! Absolutely amazing!~ No sew Roman shades!

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    A collection of the best jokes for kids - #parenting #ece #smile

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    How to tie your running shoes to fit your feet better. a podiatrist showed her this trick! wow - the high arches, vs. wide foot tie is fantastic. So many different ties! Pin now, read later...

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    45 Great Ways to Reuse Prescription Bottles. UPCYCLE

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    The Ultimate Easter Egg Inspiration List: Over 100 dyeing, coloring and decorating ideas to inspire you! ~ Mom's Crafty Space

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    tons of ideas on displaying coffee table, bath towels, and bedroom!

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    Changing Out an Old (UGLY) Outlet, what every woman should know how to do.

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    Tutorial: Secret to Cutting Felt. @misty

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    Know Your Stuff: The 110 Best DIY Tips Ever @Robert

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    Ten June: Free Printables: Monogrammed iPhone Charger Labels

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    You can't just wish a survival homestead into existence. But you can get started on these 10 things that make a survival homestead. Remember, nothing happens overnight.

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    21 questions to ask your kids. Oh, I can't WAIT to hear the answers to these. Write them down and give as a gift. Can work for fathers or grandparents too.

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    Fixing a stripped hole with a golf tee. I would never have known to do this.

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    Want this for the back of our couch...Pretty much the best website ever: knockoff DIYs of retail decor. (anthropologie, ballard design, crate & barrel, land of nod, pier 1, pottery barn, restoration hardware, urban outfitters, west elm, williams-sonoma and others). Truly some of the neatest ideas ever!!

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    How to paint doors the professional way. Good to know. Plus other awesome stuff on this blog with tons of DIY. Really want to paint our front door next!

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