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A DIY tree swing.

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How to stencil a shower stall door - I would have never thought of this!

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15 Stunning Gray Kitchens / gray and wood in the kitchen

Acetylene tank tops #repurposed into #DIY hanging lighting from #BarnlightElectric

custom rustic crosses – Burly Chic

DIY -- Put it up in the bathroom and tell him or her or them every day. Just need a whiteboard pen!

Crockpot Italian Chicken 4 Chicken Breasts (thawed) 1 packet Zesty Italian Dressing Seasoning 1 8oz package of Cream Cheese 2 cans Cream of Chicken Soup 1/4 - 1/2 can of Milk Instructions ( Edit ) Mix altogether in crockpot; cook on low for 4 hours. If sauce is too thick add a little milk. Serve over pasta or rice.

driftwood lamp like this take ugly from treasure hunting and turn to rustic for cabin great idea

LIGHTING :: Distress an unused wood plank, attach a bracket & attach your hanging candle holder/light! I like it. | #branches #lights #repurposed #wood

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Jenna Sue how to build faux beams

I want to put this on our back door for my family to see every time they leave the house.

Unique Recycled Pallet Reclaimed Rustic Wood by ICandyforthehome

Now the crib is a low sofa that's perfect for gaming with remotes in the drawers instead of onesies.

Dear Emmeline: DIY Easy Embroidery Hoop Pendant Light Fixture. It does require some power tools, but I think it turned out pretty fab and would love to try!

Storage Cubed Ottoman made from Pallet Wood - Stained

Laundry and Mud Room Makeover by Unskinny Boppy, via Flickr - neat idea for the drop ceiling panels - we could do this or something similar in the stone house - not sure which room though - good inspiration - will think some more about this

Upholstery for the lazy girl! When decorating, always keep in mind that no-one's going to see the bottom/back/inside. This is only one small step up from wrapping a loose piece of cloth over a cushion, but it does keep the cover tidy and in place. So: lay that piece of grey denim you're never going to make a skirt from, face up on the floor. Put the cushion more or less in the middle.