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Her Dresser Broke, So She Took Out All The Drawers! Who Knew They Could Be Used For THIS?!

She doesn't throw away her old drawers, she uses them all throughout her house! The reason why will amaze you...

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Using a dremel to carve designs into wooden furniture that is already scuffed or damaged that you find for cheap at thrift or yard sale! Imagine if you burned inside the cuts?! Then finished it?! Could be really cool!!!

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Simple but lovely, cheerful card. Uses strips of envelope paper, but those could be washi tape for even easier results! Mary Brown. sathopsab

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Pallets have become the mainstay for creating inexpensive storage, furniture, decoration for home or retail display. These boxes made from pallets are a cheep, cheep way to make lifts for display. The best part of using the pallet boxes is that they can be used to carry goods to the sale sight, used for display and then they they can be sold as product is sold adding another level of profit.

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Display Stand - 3 shelf version - flat pack - ideal for craft fairs! Can be customised

Flat packing display stand - ideal for craft fairs or shop displays. This stand was designed to display glass coasters & signs but could be used for a variety of items, including cards, jewellery, pictures and ceramics. The stand consists of three shelves, two ends & one back support making it very compact for transportation and also very quick and easy to assemble. The three shelves each have a 1.25cm raised edge to prevent items from sliding. This also acts as a strengthening device to

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How to stencil embossing furniture technique. An easy stenciling technique for door panels using a Micah stencil from Royal Design Studio.

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Home decorating on a budget. wouldn't use sally ann or other goodwill for upolstered furniture...just me: would rather spend a bit more and buy new on sale and spend less elsewhere

Clever Ways to Make Big Home Changes on a Small Budget

Home decorating on a budget. wouldn't use sally ann or other goodwill for upolstered furniture...just me: would rather spend a bit more and buy new on sale and spend less elsewhere

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