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Ideas

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Under The Table and Dreaming: 50 Crafts and Projects Using Recycled, Repurposed, & Upcycled Cans {Saturday Inspiration & Ideas}

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DIY Mason jar to-go cup! Poke hole in lid and widen to fit straw, glue #14 washer over hole.

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What a great tradition to start.... Have family put money in mason jar throughout year. At Christmas time, choose someone to bless (anonymously). On Christmas eve, deliver by Ring and Run. Must read the book "The Christmas Jar" it explains how it all started. I love this!

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mother's day?

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Mistletoes

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Staple old shirts to a canvas! Would be neat for a game room or a guys room... Because who has time to make a tshirt quilt?

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Floor-to-ceiling shower curtains...make a small bathroom feel more luxurious. ... perfect!

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Pillow quilt. DOING THIS! Perfect for camping, outdoor concerts,

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Each year Santa sends a new Christmas Book to read before bed on Christmas Eve....oooo I like this tradition...never to late to start this one!!

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Every little girl should have a glitter photo shoot. What a fun and beautiful idea!

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Kids look for random acts of kindness to fill the Grinch with love. Whenever they see someone doing something nice for someone else, the person doing the kind deed gets to put a heart on the Grinch. If we can fill the Grinch with hearts, we get to have a Grinch Christmas Party the day before Christmas Break! ... this is such a good idea!! What a great way to look for the good!

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i am in love with this idea! fill 25 little bags with ornaments and a bible verse about Christ birth. Everyday (starting Dec 1) let child open a bag and hang an ornament on the tree and teach them about the story of Jesus birth.

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Consequences That Actually Work! (Part 3) ~connectedfamilies.org "Forced apologies don’t teach true remorse and reconciliation. Parents can set kids up for sincere reconciliation.

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family photo outfit ideas

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THE MOTHER OF ALL PINS! 186 homemade & out-of-the-box Christmas gift ideas. Pin now, read later

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I would love to come home to this and see this reminder.

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hahahaha love it

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Fill a glove with beans, pearled barley, rice, etc...give a few pats and slip quietly away. Rated 5. "This was a LIFESAVER when my daughter was an infant. She went through a phase where she needed my hand on her back to go to sleep. I also needed to do...oh, everything! This was the solution I came up with on my own and it worked like a charm. I would nuke mine in the microwave to make it warm and helped soothe her too. I HIGHLY RECCOMEND this for anyone with an infant in the same situation."

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💚For when old books are completely beyond repair, use the spine as a lovely old bookmark

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What a cool idea. Paint a bench, wall, and shelf the same color to make it look like a built-in.

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WARNING!!! a million DIY projects :) This website is as addicting as Pinterest. OMG...this is legit!!

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funky text + addresses that have special meaning (first house, first date, first trip, etc) + picture frame = simple and meaningful gift for significant other

Hammers and High Heels: Be My *DIY* Valentine Mantel

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What a pretty glittery idea! Glitz up old plastic toys as Christmas decorations.

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DIY Paper snowflakes. A nice way to decorate packages.

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Bath organizer with padding for knees and elbows...Make your own. Good idea for a mom-to-be shower gift!

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