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Light bulbs wrapped in twine...what a nice way to recycle burnt out old-fashioned bulbs and they make beautiful pears!

Wrap light bulbs wrapped in twine.what a nice way to recycle burnt out bulbs and they make beautiful pears! Actually didn't use lightbulbs, I had some wooden fruit: banana, pear, orange. Turned out beautiful!

Buy plastic animals from dollar store, cut in half, spray paint gold, and glue magnet on bottom. by lina

Animal Magnets: Buy plastic animals from dollar store, cut in half, spray paint gold, and glue magnet on bottom.

coffee filter rolled flowers

46 Unique Coffee Filter Craft Ideas

DIY: Coffee Filter Roses - make using leftover egg dye? great tutorial on how to cut, color & form these beautiful roses. These would be great made into a wreath! A small wreath.

DIY tutorial How to make twine flowers | Sweets and Knots by Iulia

Thursday, February 2012 Neutral Spring Flowers - Twine flowers - super easy, and super cute!

knit glass

The Short Knitted Vase in Grey by Ferm Living The knitted vases are one of the new products categories Ferm Living is introducing. Each glass vase comes wi

Arbor pergola over porch

{Inspiration} Create a Summer Oasis

Homemade Mod Podge - Recipe find Needs 1 cup flour cup of granulated sugar tsp oil (any kind) cup water + empty jar (w/air tight lid) (This one involves heating on the stove and the ability to adjust the sheen.

Cover a light bulb with a doily and spray paint it. The light will shine the pattern onto the walls. (the blog has been removed)

Cover a light bulb with a doily and spray paint it. The light will shine the pattern onto the walls. I'm guessing this is one of those easier said than done, doilies are not light bulb shaped. It'd prob be easier to use doily as a stencil & handpaint it.

Shabby Vintage Tin Can Craft - Fox Hollow Cottage Make one for downstairs bathroom for fake flowers :) ("Week" Jan 31 *longer than a week to finish up January* *HOME DECOR*)

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