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~So simple! Layer cheap plastic beads in cake pans (no lining required), melt at 400 for 20 minutes,let cool, & then just flip them out. Drill a hole in it to make it a suncatcher! Great "craft" for kids (choose the colors, arrange them in the pans) to make as gifts for grandparents or teachers. Oooh - could small ones be used as coasters? Look like glass but not breakable!

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2 Ingredients - 2 Minutes To Make ~ DIY No Wax Candles (Burns up to 8 Hours

2 Ingredients - 2 Minutes To Make ~ DIY No Wax Candles (Burns up to 8 Hours)!

Crisco Candle for emergency situations. Simply put a piece of string in a tub of shortening, and it will burn for up to 45 days.

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Top 10 Amazing Things You Can Do With an Orange

Orange & clove pomander centerpiece, a beautiful & fragrant decor for your holiday table.

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5 Bath Scrubs You Can Make in Your Kitchen

Lemon Honey Scrub. (Don't be afraid to scrub hard!) 1 cup sugar, 1/2 cup olive oil, Juice of 1 lemon, 1 tbsp honey

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Painting New Uses for Old Things

For painting on ceilings or other high places to prevent drips.

How to get wax out of old candles to reuse containers. I will be so glad I pinned this!!

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The Silly, Scammy World of Diamond Candles

Do you WANT a Diamond Candle?!?

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51 Insanely Easy Ways To Transform Your Everyday Things

<b>Love the idea of DIY but hate the actual effort it requires?</b> Here are some creative ways to reuse the stuff you already own.

remember....Borax ant bait. Borax is the most common ingredient in house ant control products, and get this: it's absolutely 100% natural. The best way (in my opinion) to use Borax is to mix 1 cup of warm water with 1/2 cup of sugar, and 2 tablespoons of Borax. Then soak the Borax mixture up with cotton balls and place those cotton balls near any trails the ants have established in your home. Feeding frenzy... tomorrow they'll be gone. I knew there had to be a way to do this naturally!