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When hanging a picture, put toothpaste on the frame where the nail needs to be, press it against the wall and voila! Put the nail there!

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How to Fill Nail Holes

Moving out of a rental? Fill nail holes with soap. | 33 Moving Tips That Will Make Your Life So Much Easier

Genius!! You could also do this with bras or other stuff you don't want to tumble around - Click image to find more DIY

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Make: Projects - Hang a picture from a pull tab

Turns out, a tab with an intact rivet ring is quite useful for mounting to wooden frames as a picture hanger. And I, you know, have to hang up lots of pictures. Seriously.

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Day 212: Easiest Way to Hang Wall Decor

Omg, Jon HATES me hanging pictures bc I put 30 holes in the wall before I get it right lol. Good idea!

Wall hooks used as a shoe rack. Simple and such a great idea. Run several along an entry wall. Keeps them off the floor and out of the way!!

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Small Project: Sprucing Up Inside the Cabinets — Family Handyman

line your cabinet under the kitchen sink with peel and stick tile. Easy to wipe and helps cover already damaged cabinet bottom or helps to protect a new cabinet.

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Tips, Tips, and More Tips

100 things I should have been able to think of on my own - a collection of tips floating around Pinterest. I had no idea about the elevator, Solo Cups, or travel web sites.

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Painting Tip: Use Nails in Furniture Feet

USE NAILS IN BOTTOM OF LEGS/FEET TO LIFT UP OFF OF FLOOR.

Take an old picture frame, choose a fun fabric for the background, frame a small picture (they used greeting cards in this one), and attach to the fabric.

First house key together...I picture making this after we move and hang it next to a photo of us in front of the "old" house as a memory of where we've been.