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    apply new fabric to the inside of your car for a cute, custom look. Why didn't I think of that?!

    How To Tune Up Your Dashboard

    Grosgrain: Custom Fabric Car Door Panels How-To

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    How to directions for covering your car visor with decorative fabric. Visit CarDecor.com for more girly car accessories.

    DIY Rust Removal: Make Your Beater Better! Costs less than $40 and takes less than an afternoon to make your car look less old.

    20 ways to #organize your #car. Being organized is one way to have a safe, clean car

    Reupholster your car door with Fabric Mod Podge - diary of a mad crafter. http://diaryofamadcrafter.wordpress.com/2013/09/06/diy-car-door-fabric-cover/

    Do-It-Yourself Car Detailing - All the tips and tricks to that new car smell

    Buy a cheap clock, hot glue fabric rosettes around it... Don't love the flowers, but it's a great tip to use whatever one likes!

    Paying off the mortgage (or student loan) early! I already knew these ideas, but seeing it applied to real numbers is very eye opening!

    Steering wheel bling. I don't know. Not crazy about it. But it would be funny. I really need a steering wheel cover

    Turn Your Car’s Ashtray into a Smartphone Dock

    Use an empty gum container to keep loose change not so loose. | 21 Insanely Clever Tricks To Vastly Improve Your Car

    Cereal container = great trash can for your car.... man this website is freaking awesome. tons of tips and tricks that made me think. why didnt i think of that!

    DIY Headband Make Sure The Fabric Is Stretchy And For Box 5 You Need To Sew T Ends Together

    How to paint upholstery.. there are a lot of methods to do this, but using fabric medium will give you the softest final result.

    Tape your design on the inside of your glass, and then etch away with your favorite #Dremel rotary tool! This deer design is perfect for the holidays.

    Put a picture of the beach you visited in a shadow box frame and fill the bottom with sand (& shells?) from that beach.

    Rita Joy of Harbour Breeze Home stenciled her own custom drapes with our Chez Sheik Stencil!

    tutorials to recover any baby product imaginable. Love it!