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10 Printable V-Day Cards With Food Puns So Bad They’re Almost Good http://www.buzzfeed.com/heathernether/10-printable-v-day-cards-ft-food-puns-so-bad-the-2529z

These puns are so grape! 10 Printable V-Day Cards With Food Puns So Bad They’re Almost Good

Kind of a fun idea. 16 DIY dorm room ideas. Even if you don't have a dorm there are some really cute DIY projects

Homemade Charging Station Keep those cords and power strips hidden with your very own charging station made out of a ribbon dispenser box. Use a utility knife to cut a hole for your power strip cord to pass through, label the holes, and decorate the box!

Make your own Smart Phone Home Movie Projector

Funny pictures about How to make your own smartphone projector. Oh, and cool pics about How to make your own smartphone projector. Also, How to make your own smartphone projector.

Easy DIY Phone Holder tutorial - Re-purposing is all about creativity! Check out this Easy DIY Phone Holder, a fun and easy organization project to reuse and recycle those toilet paper rolls and a great gift idea!

Easy DIY Phone Holder tutorial , speaker - Re-purposing is all about creativity! Check out this Easy DIY Phone Holder, a fun and easy organization project to reuse and recycle those toilet paper rolls and a great gift idea!

Popsicle sticks & hot glue gun - mini pallet coasters! These are so stinkin' cute! Soak in tea/coffee to give them their color :)

These would be great to use on the deck where I already use pallets! Popsicle sticks & hot glue gun make cute little mini pallet coasters! These are so stinkin' cute! Soak in tea/coffee to give them their color.

Add some mid-century charm to your gallery wall with this DIY wall art idea. All you need is popsicle sticks, glue and some stain to make this inexpensive home decor knockout. Click to see the full tutorial and download the hexagon template. | MakeAndDoCrew.com

Add some mid-century charm to your gallery wall with this DIY wall art idea. All you need is popsicle sticks, glue and some stain to make this inexpensive home decor knockout. via Jess @ Make and Do Crew