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The original thing mixed width have no places in other boards. Still many of them are very interesting.
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Spice up your patio or walkway this fall with Sun Bricks, the solar-powered ground lighting system that will guide people to your front door with their inviting glow.

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Adorable! two different pictures framed on top of each other (:

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Create a hallway “laser obstacle course” with yarn and tape to keep them busy --- Yes!

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dog house with loft

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recycled

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DIY fire pots.

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Organize cords with paper clips

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Watering can fountain!

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Wine cork reindeer

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Hard Rock Cafe

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spray paint coffee beans and use them as vase filler.

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He Mu and Zhang Qian from Shanghai University of Engineering Science: The Sunflower Chair

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10"x1"

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wine barrel dog house - cool!

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spilled "milk" . . .

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front door!

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Nevermind that I can't tell how you actually get *in* this one. I still want to.

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Coffee and book-- want this!!

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Use Bookends as Floating Bookshelves | 31 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects....Floating Book shelves...Ooooo....Ahhhhh

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Simple but brilliant ideas

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#Tennis Ball.

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Ideas for re-purposing incandescent light bulbs (I do not however, think putting spices or fish in them is a very good idea at all, so avoid those!)

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Take a picture like this every year to keep track of changes!

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1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2. Seal the top with a lid. 3. Shake My girls would love this! Wonder how well it works?

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20 gifts kids can make

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