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wine bottle sconce

diy project: erik’s recycled wine bottle torch

designsponge.com

Creating Dance Space at Home

Creating Dance Space In Your Home

yourdailydance.com

make sure you know how to save your puppy! I hope i never have to do this on Hunny but now i Know

Infographic: How to Perform Puppy CPR

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Love this pet costume! Over 15,000 people will score a reward for Pet Supplies Plus valued at $5 - $250. Use yours to deck out your pet for the Halloween Pet Parade in stores Oct. 25th. First come, first served and the highest values go first.

First three friends who click earn a head start

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Natural Garden Tips - esp the sage

teal cabinet

5 Herbs That Repel Flies

DIY Outdoor Sectional-Detailed Instructions-Costs around $100 according to website....all sorts of plans on making your own wood pieces.

Gardening for Dummies: What Plants Should I Plant Together?

Soaking seeds before planting is an “old time” gardener’s trick that many new gardeners are not aware of. When you soak seeds before planting, you can significantly decrease the amount of time it takes for a seed to germinate. Let’s look at the reasons for soaking seeds and how to soak seeds.… By Heather Rhoades | Gardening Know How

DIY PROJECT: TIERED HANGING POTS

Wine Corks

great idea for a small patio

Corner Bookshelf.

The Lazy Shoe Zen.. $26.00, via Etsy. this is amazing

♥ kitchen cheat sheet

Le Creuset Marseille Oval French Oven at Sur La Table

Kitchen herb garden in mason jars - What a great idea!

good basic list of beginners medicinal (and culinary) herb garden

Wrap the couch in bookshelves rather than have end tables

DIY: ombré wall

Eat Well, Spend Less: How to Store Pantry Food for Maximum Shelf Life

Ten Mistakes New Herb Gardeners Make (and How to Avoid Them!)

scrub your cast iron with coarse salt and a soft sponge. salt is a natural abrasive and will absorb oil and lift away bits of food while preserving the pan's seasoning. rinse away salt and wipe dry.

If you wrap your celery in tin foil before placing it in the fridge it will last for weeks, and it will still be fresh and crisp when you pull it out! This also works for stored broccoli for 7 weeks wrapped in tin foil, and heads of lettuce for at least 6 weeks!!!