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Creative ways to use a pallet. Love the table top. This is what I would like for the basement ceiling.

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This is just a pic. There is no link but what a great idea!

Site with lots (I mean LOTS) of plans for build it yourself. AWESOME!!! This lady is very good at teaching women to use power tools. Lots of practical designs.

Good tutorial on getting the Pottery Barn black finish.

planters, compost bins, garden benches from pallets

Easy copy cat recipe for the Mary Kay Satin Hands product

Pallet Bench Tutorial

roman shade tutorial, this looks easier than the one I used a couple of years back to make the shades for the sun room.

Trash to Treasure - Drawer-less dresser turned fabric storage or towel storage for a bathroom.

Cut the legs off an old dresser and turn it into a bench with storage. just add pillows.

How to remove the bottom of glass bottles without cutting. I would have never known!

Revamp Bathroom Mirror: Before & After -- And it doesn't involve cutting or removing the mirror!

DIY - cut out any word from felt and either sew or hot glue onto a pillow!

Upside down bar stool!!

Necklace holder out of a towel rod and shower curtain hooks

Hand scrub - kind of like MaryKay's Satin Hands...only cheaper! GREAT GIFT IDEA! - make, put in mason jar, tie with bow, add a tag!

I always see sheets that I wish were curtains because theyre cheaper! Hot glue ribbon tabs to turn a bed sheet into a no-sew curtain. Brilliant!

Make your own chalkboard paint in any shade. Oh, Martha. So clever.

Homemade Kiss Gloss from cheeky kitchen....what an awesome idea and would save me a lot of money on lip gloss since we seem to go thru it like paper towels.

Don't have a projector and want to paint something on the wall? Just need a box, a lamp and tape.

Shoe hangers

How to paint letters onto burlap. Awesome tutorial!!

FREE Printable Letter Banners at! Print a banner for any holiday, party or room for FREE!!!

Make your own lunchbox icepacks from dollar store sponges soaked in water and put in ziplock bag. When they thaw, the sponge absorbs the water.