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Home Sweet Dorm-Tips to turn your dorm from plain to style insane!

Cute idea glue buttons or flowers to a mirror

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!

Here is a really cool DIY wall art idea that you might like. A canvas with lighted branches and moss is perfect way to bring some nature and light into your interior. To make such canvas besides lighted branches you’ll need a bundle of sticks, a bag of moss, green canvas paint, canvas molding paste, paste spatula, a paint brush, E6000 glue and a staple gun. #diy # project

A great way to re-use your wine bottles. I simple just tape off the design I want and then spray paint. Let the paint dry and feel of the paint for a nice decorative vase!! If I need to touch up I just use a Q-tip and nail polish remover!!! So simple and cheap...I even made 50 of them for a friends wedding centerpieces...Just ask your friends, family or local bars/winery's to save bottles!!!

DIY crayon candle00*2 boxes of crayons (I didn’t use the browns, grays, or blacks) *mason jar (I pictured two thinking I had enough crayons for both but didn’t) *Waxed wick (found that at Hobby Lobby) **Preheat oven to 200 degrees.** Make sure and pack the crayons in so you leave as little open space as possible. This really isn’t that important if you don’t plan to melt the crayons

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Use silicone adhesive to glue tile to the edge of raw edge mirrors. i love this! easier than framing the mirror and looks just as great!! - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

DIY coasters: Mod Podge scrapbook paper onto ceramic tiles. Spray with high gloss acrylic protective spray (at least 3 coats). Hot glue felt circles to bottom of tiles.

website to get wooden letters that are inexpensive, with a variety of fonts, thicknesses and heights