DIY: Table Top Christmas Tree made from fresh evergreen clippings.

Holiday decorations as close as your back yard

DIY: Table Top Christmas Tree - made from fresh evergreen clippings -- Holiday decorations as close as your back yard : SILive

Cute USB Adapters That Look Like the Butts of Disney Characters I want pooh! Looks the the story where he gets stuck in the hole after eating too much honey. Lol!

Cute USB Adapters That Look Like the Butts of Disney Characters

Cute USB Adapters That Look Like the Disney Characters stuck in a wall. I want pooh and Mickey!

Hometalk :: Frosted Pinecones #Holidayhome 1.Brush pinecones with white paint and let dry. 2.Brush tips with white glue and dip in Epsom salt

frosted pinecones, crafts, seasonal holiday decor, 1 Brush pinecones with white paint and let dry 2 Brush tips with white glue and dip in Epsom salt

Christmas window decorations!

Christmas window decor- thinking bigger ornaments and hanging from kitchen window. Use a tension rod/shower rod covered in carland and hang big and little ornaments

How to Clean and Dry Pine Cones for Decorating :: Hometalk

Two It Yourself: Pinecone Decor: How to clean and dry pine cones for crafts ~ 200 degrees fir 20 - 30 minutes. Do not soak before putting in the oven because they will close up.

Grilled Lobster Tails with Sriracha Butter

Grilled Lobster Tails with Sriracha Butter

Grilled Lobster Tails with Sriracha Butter. A perfect summer dinner. Add grilled corn, a tomato salad . The best fish, crab, lobster and all else seafood recipes I can find (and try!

Quick and Cheap Holiday Decorations by The Sweet Spot Blog http://thesweetspotblog.com/holiday-decorations-quick-cheap/  #holidaydecor #christmas #decorations

Holiday Decorations: Quick & Cheap

Christmas staircase decoration that keeps the handrail free. Cheap and easy…

If you’re planning to decorate pinecones, bake them first to eliminate any bugs! | 26 Party Hacks For The Holidays

Friendly reminder: as you collect those pinecones and acorns this season, remember to bake the bugs out! Pre-heat your oven to 200 degrees and then put your pine cones in for 45 minutes.

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