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DIY Coasters Make your own coasters- 4x4 tiles ($.16 Home Depot); 4x4 scrapbook paper; adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom. Adorable aren't they!

Glass Fabric/Paper Magnets: Mod Podge flat side of glass disk, press gently onto fabric or scrapbook paper, let dry, trace around disk and cut just inside the line, MP the outside surface of the fabric/paper, let dry, glue magnet on.

Wall Easel for kids??? this is a piece of scrap wood that i had. I soaked it in a tea bath to get an older vintage look. then I took two old rulers, screwed one to the top and one to the bottom. they hold the paper in place but the bottom one also serves to tear a clean line. I robbed an iron towel rack i had and added the iron bar to the top. the paper roll is from lowes. its the paper in the paint isle. i added string and a sharpie. and i love the results

Glue wooden letters to canvas and then spray paint it all white (or whatever color you like) and voila very cool teen wall decor squares! Discover more teen decorating and organizing tips and ideas @ http://kidsroomdecorating.net

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Hot Cocoa Cheesecake Dip

Hot Cocoa Cheesecake Dip - The perfect dip for your cookies! It's filled with tiny marshmallows and hot cocoa flavor. It has the perfect mousse texture too!

Economical way to package your homemade goodies | Ziplock bag, scrapbook paper and ribbon. Fold your scrapbook paper (or pretty note cards) over the ziplock bag and staple it in place, add a bow and voila, you have beautiful packaging.