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    Painted Pumpkin Table Decor

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    Painted Pumpkins

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    Tissue Paper Flowers for any Party

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    Cut circles out of poster board, spray paint, and glue onto a canvas.

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    Christmas Entry

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    'Looking glass' spray can transform pumpkins into these gorgeous centerpieces! Use a white spray first to get the best effect.

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    Paint a paper towel holder and put bracelets on it.

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    String art

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    re-use old clear vases

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    melted bead sun catchers

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    painting furniture tips

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    Another idea for Ikea tables!

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    hot glue, a mason jar and spray paint.

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    hot glue, a mason jar and spray paint= fabulous!

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    Extraordinary Uses of 16 Ordinary Household Items

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    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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    Totally trying this! make glass sets from old bottles, using a glass cutting technique with yarn, nail polish remover and a flame.

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    Use cereal boxes, cardboard, hard book covers or anything else you can think of for sturdy dividers. Either spray paint or cover in wrapping paper if you want it decorated!

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    Use foil underneath, draw with bleach pen, wait 30 minutes then wash. Oh the possibilites!

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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 and press the bed skirt. 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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    vases, rubber bands, and spray paint. LOVE

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    Elmers glue on canvas, then paint over the entire thing.

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    lots of DIY scarves

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    polo turned boatneck..buy cheap mens shirts at thrift stores. super inexpensive and they turn out so cute!

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    $11....using supplies from the Dollar Store! This whole website is full of Dollar Store tutorials!

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