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    burlap flower. I've been looking for an easy tutorial on how to do this!

    My first Burlap wreath!!!!! I love it. Do do Buy a 12" wire wreath(WR) and about 4 roles of burlap 2" wide or 3 roles 5" wide and pipe cleaners. Tie burlap to WR pull burlap through 1st bottom loop from underneath then repeat to the middle and too loop. Alway pulling from the back or WR. Repeat bunching together to make it how you want it tying when needed. And add whatever items or ribbon other colors you want.

    How to Make a Burlap Wreath- Kennedy would love to do this.

    How to make a burlap wreath! It's much easier than you think! I made mine with a wooden wreath base and the wire (from dollar store) worked like a charm. Burlap was from Michaels for $5 bucks! I have yet to buy the perfect ribbon, but all in all this versatile wreath will cost about $7 and can be decorated for every holiday!

    Stained wooden crates (a la Michael's) plus shelving brackets.

    tower-of-herbs: good Garden Club program

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    Murals of Michael Dillon


    Oleander and Palm: Painting Laminate Furniture

    great way to organize cooking utensils!

    fabulous list! :)

    Cool website called IKEA hackers....people take items bought from Ikea and show how to make them into something really stylish.

    9 fantastic color combos

    Between Washer & Dryer. Great idea.

    20 ways to add curb appeal, whether you're selling or not.

    the backs of two antique chairs & make a bench, awesome for the foot of the bed or entryway. So simple!

    Step by step instructions on how to build this!

    Check out this site! Super cheap and easy DIY projects that will completely transform a room! - Pinning now, reading later! :)



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    Good old Martha taught us that rather than buying those ridiculously expensive anti-slip mats for a rug, just turn it over and run a few lines of acrylic-latex caulk every 6 inches or so. Let dry and flip over and your rug won't be going anywhere!

    Board and Batten Step-by-Step Tutorial.

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