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crafts by julieda. Cutest one I have seen so far :) love it !!

Diy Apple Candles

Scan your kids' artwork into a book-good idea!

Home should always be a Retreat... especially when you live in the Catskill Mountains ;) Need, "Mountain House Rules"

DIY White Craft Desk...with step by step instructions.

THIS IS AMAZING!!!!! For all the art you don't want to toss...Plum Print will take your kids' paintings, doodles, and construction paper creations and turn it all into an absolutely gorgeous coffee table book from children's artwork. The company professionally digitizes as few as 20 pieces of art--or as many as 220--and arranges them onto high-quality paper. You provide a book title and, if you'd like, a photo of your child with a short caption. Read more:

My next Photobook, instead of shutterfly...Artifact Uprising. OBSESSED!

Turn Children's Art Into Tea Towels

Hello Summer! Summer Nautical Wreath

colored window frame with BW pic

Pop Out Picture. You just need multiple copies of the same photograph, some scissors, adhesive dots, and a shadowbox frame to make this cute gift.

Secret gun storage.

Must do!!

DIY oil lamps for the porch/yard; use citronella oil to keep mosquitoes away.

Alternative to a traditional wreath

LOVE this

50+ Dollar Store Craft Ideas! #Crafts #Gifts #DIY #CheapSororityCrafts #CheapSororityGifts

Glue 3 picture frames together with no backs, then place a flameless candle inside to illuminate the photos - great for weddings, family reunions, anniversary parties,so cute

summer wreath ideas - Bing Images

Really cute Fall wreath!

Love the black frame (or white) and bright yarns.

Just print off any picture you want, then spray paint a piece of wood black, cut the picture to match the size of the wood. Using Mod podge coat the wood then lay the picture on top. Once it has dried thoroughly, use sandpaper to rough up the edges, then put a layer of mod podge over the picture. paint some eye hooks and use pretty ribbon as a hanger and voila!

Great way to print and share photographs stuck in computer..

Why didn't I think of that?! Put aluminum foil in a bowl, pour the grease in. When it hardens, roll up the foil and throw it out!

Memory Project: Places We’ve Lived Boards.