Angela Krehling

Angela Krehling

Angela Krehling
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This site has a removal for every stain imaginable!

Now that's what I call stain removal success! There are lots of tips, tricks and instructions on Stain Removal 101 that everyone can use. - i'll be happy i pinned this one day

Roasted Green Beans with Mushrooms, Balsamic & Parmesan

You can buy cut mushrooms and green beans so there is no prep. Veggies quick and easy! Roasted green beans with mushrooms, balsamic, and Parmesan. Marinate in ziploc bag, spread out on cookie sheet and bake at then sprinkle with Parmesan.

Bake marbles at 325-350 degrees for 20 minutes (for more cracking-look, bake at 500 degrees for 30 minutes). Remove and carefully drop into pan with ice and water. Glue end caps to finished marble (w/starter rings) to create bracelets, earrings, pendants, ornaments...(unique and great gift idea)

Bake marbles at degrees for 20 minutes (for more cracking-look, bake at 500 degrees for 30 minutes). Remove and carefully drop into pan of ice water. Glue end caps to finished marble (w/starter rings) to create bracelets, earrings, pendants, ornaments

How To Get Rid of Grey Hair - Tea Bag Your Hair - Blonde, Red, or Brunette  worth a try...

Nobody is teabagging my hair. How To Get Rid of Grey Hair - Tea Bag Your Hair - Blonde, Red, or Brunette ---- best hilarious jokes funny pictures walmart humor fail

Repurposed old door made into hallway mantle

I found an old door that would work for this project. Old Door Turned "Hallway Mantle" It would be cute to put pictures behind each window of the door

Just print off any picture you want, then spray paint a piece of wood black, cut the picture to match the size of the wood. Using Mod podge coat the wood then lay the picture on top. Once it has dried thoroughly, use sandpaper to rough up the edges, then put a layer of mod podge over the picture. paint some eye hooks and use pretty ribbon as a hanger and voila

Using Mod Podge coat the wood then lay the picture on top. Once it has dried thoroughly, use sandpaper to rough up the edges, then put a layer of mod podge over the picture.