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    Glue Gun, Scissors, River Rocks at the dollar Store! and Shelf Liner (or mat) in a matching color. Oh my goodness, I LOVE this.

    river pebbles

    Try a River Stone Mat for Your Home - www.amazinginteri...

    Eeek, I love this idea so much! Make a super easy & affordable DIY Rope Basket for dolling up your storage space using only a dollar store laundry basket, rope- pref. in 2 different colors, and a hot glue gun. Yay!

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    River rock bath mat

    The original hex nut bracelet by Giles & Brother

    DIY Floor Mats. No sewing involved. A must do for front door rug and hallway runner!!!! Why haven't I thought of this???

    A bathroom renovation increases the value of your home and offers a great return on your investments of time and money. For the homeowner who prefers a more upscale and elegant retreat, the possibilities are endless, and the cost doesn’t have to be prohibitive! Read on as eBay shares inspiration for creating a luxury bath in your own home.

    Glass Gem Suncatchers. This is such a fun project, I could see doing this with kids down the road. The first one I made was with white Elmers glue and it's slowly turning clear. I just made another one today with clear Elmers glue so I will see how that turns out!

    Paint rocks with glow-in-the-dark paint (Rust-Oleum). During the day they "charge" in the sun and in the evening they reflect stored light!

    Make solar garden lights! Find a glass jar, paint the inside with Elmer glue tinted the color you want and then go to the DOLLAR TREE and buy a solar light. Wala! Outdoor lights for nearly nothing!

    A DIY wooden floor mat! (via Lowes Creative Ideas)

    50+ Dollar Store Craft Ideas! @ Sj tanner as soon as we move were doing this

    Top 10 Thrift Store Items to Revamp

    DIY Tabletop River Rock Fire Bowl -

    hang curtains from the ceiling. love this for avoiding measuring and making ceilings look really high

    How to make a rock trivet or doormat...or edging for a garden? {Instructions}