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The Pin Junkie: Stress Relief Bubble Wrap - hehe! We love this idea... silly stress relief!

Stress Relief Bubble Wrap

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Awesome Homemade Bookmarks. Use pictures to mark your spot in a book! This would also be cute with pet pictures.

6 Father’s Day Gifts for Unconventional Dads - Paperblog

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DIY Creative Candles • Ideas and tutorials, including these DIY lace candles from 'Big Ang'!

DIY Creative Candles | The Budget Decorator

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fabric covered cork mousepad - I could make a designer one for my new cubicle decor

Cute Diy Mousepad From Scrapbook Paper | Shelterness

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DIY hair ties

white crayon, water colors. would be really pretty framed with your favorite quote.

This is the best tutorial I've yet found for DIY photo canvas. So easy to follow, and encouraging. Takes just minutes. Imagine the gifts you can make for family and friends!

Lizzi's Creations: SEC College Football Printable Subway Art: Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Arkansas, and LSU

Cute idea....remember this! To cheer up a friend during a tough week.

Rock- 1 Human- 0

necklace lengths

I Spy DIY: Criss Cross Bead Bracelet Step-by-step

This pin has been crazy popular. Here's a way to create string art even if you don't own a saw or sander to finish your own piece of wood.

great idea! Great gift

woo pig sooie

WPS

Go Hogs!

Razorback canvas

go hogs wreath

Place a cutout on a shirt and then spray bleach around it. Too cool!

Upcycle a stool with Mod Podge, paint and some cool fabric.

Knock Knock…Hack Hack… that is what I have been doing the past few days to create a trio of knock-off Laguna Concrete Fire Columns. I was inspired by this one I saw in the Restoration Hardware catalog.  I immediately was reminded of the building tubes I used to use to set up store displays and knew I could inexpensively make my own DIY version of one of these concrete fire columns.   Here is the RH version.

cheap plastic beads, thin layer in pan. 400 degrees for about 20 min. When cool just invert, fall right out >> Pretty and easy!

Boot Shapers, I shall be making some, my boots need them...badly!

I made my own letter after seeing this, easiest and coolest piece I've made. I sprayed mine black so it looks like leather and used square silver upholstery tacks!