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Crafty Ideas


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35 Easy DIY Gift Ideas People Actually Want -- A photo collage monogram! Do for FIL for Father's Day

35 Easy DIY Gift Ideas Everyone Will Love (with pictures)

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Reuse Your Wine Bottles!! Gorgeous DIY Home Decoration!

COOL IDEA

Lots of Great Handmade Furniture – 41 DIY Furniture Projects. Link to the actual website is near the bottom of this blog post.

Custom Barnwood Frames You and Me Sign

15 DIY crafts you need to make right now

Distressing furniture. Using fine steel wool helps to distress paint but does not leave lines like sandpaper.

Beer bottle glasses

Family fingerprints

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25 Handmade Gifts Under $5...some of these are crazy cute!

Necklace Holder - towel rack and shower hooks. Good idea!

How to get wax out of old candles to reuse containers. I will be so glad I pinned this!!

T-Shirt Quilt

The lyrics to our wedding song - in our bedroom? love this idea!

Best Homemade natural cleaner website Ive found yet. | Young House Love

Photocopy photos and use in place of gift tags!

jewelry/key hangers...I could make these

Earring Organizer - love this idea!

Cleaning a glass cooktop

To discourage insects such as weevils from setting up home in your grains and legumes, try this age-old trick: Drop a dried chile pepper or bay leaf into each jar. These colorful plants are nontoxic and have natural insect-repelling properties.

You can make your own bee safe wasp trap without attracting and killing bees in the process. Cut a plastic bottle and turn the funnel up-side-down so it fits inside the container. Add a mixture of vinegar, sugar and salt. The wasps are attracted to the sweet and sour scent yet bees don’t seem to be attracted by this sour mixture whereas a honey mix would be a fatal attractant.

You can add a pinch of salt to your laundry to keep colors vibrant. It seems like every laundry detergent makes claims to keep colors lasting for a long time, but the easiest trick is to add a tablespoon of salt to the load. The premise is that the chloride in salt helps keeps clothes bright by sealing in the color across repeated washings. Salt also contains the power to remove bloodstains, but it turns out it's a great protector of clothes as well. If you have some brand news clothes you'd...