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Cardboard stairwell slide. Your kids will never forget that you let them do something this fun! LP - gotta do this sometime :) Screw the kids-I want to do this!

Tree Lights

Spray paint coffee beans and use as a vase filler... brilliant!.

closet storage! (flip flops totally don't need to take up space on shoe racks.)

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Handprint Christmas Tree

Cute and creative dog bed

Cupcake onesies baby gift - perfect homemade gift idea. so cute!

Pennies on letters. Easy copper art.

Hot cocoa gifts

Use sharpies on washers and bake. I'm so doing this for Christmas this year!

Collect rocks from a vacation or honeymoon.

Use velcro dots to keep drawer organizers from sliding around. Gonna do that on the silverware drawer!

Coat rack out of an old door.

Grandkids picture sign

tableside firepit - a couple of these on a deck would be amazing! - total cost to make around 20-25 dollars

Use Glass Bottles to Store Bracelets and Ponytail Holders--52 home organizers

12x12 stone tiles from home improvement store, add felt to the bottom for inexpensive placemats or hot pads. Gorgeous!

DIY Lip Exfoliator

Take coffee grinds with olive oil, and make into a paste. Massage well into the area with stretch marks for about 5 minutes. Then take a hot towel, and wrap it around the area for about 20-25 minutes. Remove and wash off with warm water. Also, when you are finished, apply a moisturizer to the area. The olive oil with the caffeine in the grinds, will help stimulate the area to remove the stretch marks. If you do this 1-3 times a week, you will start to notice a difference within 2 weeks!

Use a hot glue gun to apply a zig zag pattern on the arms of your plastic hangers to prevent all your wide-necked shirts from falling off. Works like a charm! I would have never thought of this....