Clay recipe (just corn starch, baking soda, and water) for making ornaments - can bake them in the oven or allow to air dry.) but I found a recipe: cup cornstarch 1 cup baking soda cup water Bake at 175
DIY Scented Plugin - Fill your used (and rinsed) wall plug-ins w/ essential oils and water (this site recommends oil to water). Makes your own scented plug-in, less expensive AND no damaging chemicals!
Turn a tomato cage turned upside down put white Christmas lights inside. Cover with a white sheet, add face and you have an outdoor ghost! Ha- we already have the light covered cages for Christmas trees!
Jingle Bell Wreaths Enjoy the wonderfully familiar sounds of the holidays while keeping warm indoors. Hang this wreath where it will be heard (on a door, for instance), and bring the ring of sleigh bells to all the rooms in the house.
Geo Mesh Christmas Tree - This fabulous tree would be the perfect addition to your table scape. Geo Mesh is a unique material that we sell at Crafts Direct that comes in a variety of colors. It also works great for wreaths and bows. No instructions
What a lovely cottage porch! There is something about cottages that calls to me. I'll take a cottage over a mansion any day! Lucky for me because I could never afford a mansion. ~ from previous pinner, but my thoughts exactly, porch
Pacific Coast Cottage exterior Photo by Roger Wade Here are bonus photos and plans for a dream cottage on the Puget Sound near Port Orchard, Washington. The cottage was originally featured in the February 2014 issue of Cabin Life.