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5.00 walmart mirror, hobby lobby flowers and hot glue (would do this with different flowers, but an awesome idea!)

DIY bookcase, night stand, or storage - super easy! Crates from Joann's $8.99 with coupons = $18.00 - legs and brackets from Home depot, each leg $2.98 each bracket $2.98 = $24.00 - metal brace 4 for $1.98. Total $42.00 1. attached brackets and legs to bottom crate. Screw in with slightly smaller screws wood can crack easily. 2 - Use wood glue to secure crates together 3 - add metal braces to backsides 4 - lightly sand and paint! An easy and affordable way to create storage!

Flower Ball

Flower Ball
from Project Nursery

DIY Paper Flower Pomander Tutorial

Flower Ball

from Apartment Therapy

Make An Upholstered Toddler Bench From An Old Shelf — The Mother Huddle

Easy DIY- a piece of wood- 4 legs (all of which are sold at home depot for around $5)- padding ( or an old old comforter or 2) and then staple pretty fabric :)

Buy the wood plaques at Hobby Lobby for $1, paint and mod podge your photo onto them.. I am so in LOVE with this idea! I so want to do this! @ Home Improvement Ideas

Lighted Canvas - You can get Canvas from any art supply store (Exp: Hobby Lobby). Then paint it however you would like. Mark your design layout on the back of Canvas and gently press an awl through the canvas to make a hole just big enough for the light bulb. Take Christmas Lights and press a bulb into each hole and secure with craft clue

from The Organised Housewife

Jewellery Storage Ideas

Earring storage! Get a cute vintage looking frame and some Lace-like fabric and attach it to the frame (I recommend having the lace fabric be a bit long, so you can fold it back and hot glue it to the back of the frame)

from Delightfully Noted

DIY Family Sign Using Tile Backsplash

bought a panel of backsplash from Lowe’s and then I cut it down to size to fit within a frame I had sitting around in our basement. I hot glued my panel to a piece of white cardstock, which helped hide the netting between each tile {which is usually covered by grout}. I found some small wooden letters at Michael’s to go along with a big “B” I had {the initial for our last name}and spray-painted them all a dark chocolate brown. I then adhered the letters to the tile with hot glue. I found a…

from BuzzFeed

31 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

turn unexpensive frames into chalkboard signs