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No more grody wet ziplocs! Yay! gotta make this for those over night trips :)

No more grody wet ziplocs! Yay! gotta make this for those over night trips :)

{DIY} Rental-Friendly Kitchen Makeover! {How-To Wallpaper the Inside of Your Cabinets!}

Rental Friendly Kitchen Update: Wallpaper Your Cabinets!

I made one these today for one of my grandchildren!  Lots of fun to make, and very easy!

On a roll

I made one these today for one of my grandchildren! Lots of fun to make, and very easy!

18 Useful DIY Traveling Projects-  a must make!! I want an eye mask so badly!!

Easy Sleep / Eye Mask Tutorial

18 Useful DIY Traveling Projects- a must make!! I want an eye mask so badly!!

Great Gift! Turn a Men's Necktie into a 2-Pocket Wristlet. Gather an old and wide necktie, scissors, D-ring, needle, thread pins. Hand wash tie,let it dry. Cut tie according to the size you want. Cut a piece for body of the wristlet, a piece for strap and a piece  you will attach D-ring. Press fabric flat and smooth. Iron medium weight interfacing, pin it, and sew. Now, sew pouch together. On the triangular end of strap, leave one inch open. That will be the loop...

Great Gift! Turn a Men's Necktie into a 2-Pocket Wristlet. Gather an old and wide necktie, scissors, D-ring, needle, thread pins. Hand wash tie,let it dry. Cut tie according to the size you want. Cut a piece for body of the wristlet, a piece for strap and a piece you will attach D-ring. Press fabric flat and smooth. Iron medium weight interfacing, pin it, and sew. Now, sew pouch together. On the triangular end of strap, leave one inch open. That will be the loop...

Transform old jeans into a cute ra-ra skirt with some fabric strips and pretty buttons / DIY & Crafts / Trendy Pics

Transform old jeans into a cute ra-ra skirt with some fabric strips and pretty buttons / DIY & Crafts / Trendy Pics

ReFab Diaries: Repurpose: New shirt from old "high waters"! As my "pattern", I used a sleeve I chopped off a onesie some time last year. I knew the sleeve width was good - just needed to add length. Lined up along one seam of the pants and the hem, most of the "finishing" was already taken care of. Cut a new sleeve from each leg.

ReFab Diaries: Repurpose: New shirt from old "high waters"! As my "pattern", I used a sleeve I chopped off a onesie some time last year. I knew the sleeve width was good - just needed to add length. Lined up along one seam of the pants and the hem, most of the "finishing" was already taken care of. Cut a new sleeve from each leg.

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