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Plant lemon seeds. Lemon leaves smell so good.

Planting Lemon Seeds: Lemon leaves smell so good. Awesome for kitchen, bathroom, or any place in the house.

Fabric balloon bowls - better than papier mâché

Balloon formed papier mache bowls covered in fabric! Can also be done over a bowl to give it the flat bottom necessary for placement on a table. Just put a thin coating of petroleum jelly on the bowl for ease of release when papier mache is dry.

Sleeping Married Sweet Tiny Mice  unique  needle by feltingdreams

Whimsical and cute mouse - Sleeping Married Sweet Tiny Mice unique needle by feltingdreams

1 stick, 1 roll of copper wire, lots of tumbled or beach glass.  Another idea for the rock collections.

Outdoor Areas: Love this with Beach Glass and copper wire windchime / suncatcher

rustic kitchen space

aros: by Alec Hemer total kitchen love- boho chic! Open shelving, hanging pot rack- all heavenly with raw wood and grey walls

how to make a ceiling mounted bed canopy  DIY  tutorial- its official.. when i get to michaels or something, im making this!!!

DIY Bedroom Furniture :DIY Canopy Bed : DIY Ceiling Mounted Bed Canopy - Interior ideas house design interior design design and decoration

Lovely

clever use for old doilies--a chair cover! Shabby maybe, but definitely chic. Can usually pick up old lace and crocheted doilies for pretty cheap at thrifts and estate sales.

Burlap Curtains at Carol Hicks Bolton

DIY, buy one or two lengths of burlap off the bolt, use ring clips, clip to fabric and put on rod. Burlap Curtains at Carol Hicks Bolton

Glass Beaded Wind Chime Sun Catcher.  Here's an idea of what to do with the thousands of random glass beads I have in my jewelry making boxes.  :-)

Glass Beaded Wind Chime Sun Catcher - link no longer works - I like the idea of using glass beads

Nesting ball for goldfinches of soft cottons, hair, milkweed, thistle, or cattail fluff.

Nesting ball for goldfinches of soft cottons, hair, milkweed, thistle, or cattail fluff. Kat Morris Realtor Your Property Matters LLC

These hanging #suncatchers were made very quickly and easily with a #Beading tool invention by artist Denise Stevens. Listen now as she shares her story with inspiring people radio http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspiringpeopleradio/2013/05/03/ipr-special-event--the-whole-bead-show-lynwood-washington-1

Phenomenal New Tool The Beadpro Beading Tray Formerly Speedbeader

Sun catchers make things feel more mysterious during the day, so putting a few in that lone non-stained glass window can make it feel much more sciencey with the power of prisms.

We're thinking spring!  Here's a creative way to celebrate it's arrival with kids.  Fantastic idea from post on MPM School Supplies Blog.

DIY - Upcycled Windchime