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And legs to an old drawer, hinged lid with a padded top, and you have an ottoman/footstool with storage. 15 DIY Ideas How to Re-purpose Old Drawers -

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pretty bathroom storage

Recycle old glass jars by painting the lids + adding knobs to use as pretty storage! I'd cut the bolts off so they aren't so long.

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DIY: Chandelier Dessert Display my mother made one of these for a event and we had cupcakes served on it super cute

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I want to make one! With cheap plates and candle holders (from dollar tree or good will) and lots and lots of gems :-P

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Rococo Style 3 Art Print by Diego Tirigall

cover wooden boards with wallpaper, and then take sandpaper to it.

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Take an old dresser, paint it up, maybe add a cutting board top or marble, some hooks and shiny knobs. Voila! Kitchen cart.

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3 Cutoff DIYs That'll Save Your Summer

how to properly cut off jeans/pants to make shorts..ill be glad i pinned this later

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How to Make a Chalkboard ~ Serving Tray

DIY Chalkboard Serving Tray

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Repainted cabinet door as chalkboard. I did this a few years back as Christmas gifts. I decoupage(d) wine cut outs on them, grapes, labels. Stick a cork on the side and attach your chalk to it.

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Painting New Uses for Old Things

Coffee Can Lid as Paint Splatter Shield - Paint like a pro. To make a splatter shield for when you’re painting a high surface, cut a slit in the center of a lid and pull the paintbrush through.

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Before cutting corks boil them in water for around 10 minutes. This will stop them from crumbling or cracking when you cut or carve into them.

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Bookcase made from large wire spool. This is the best "spool" idea yet, but the choice of paint and counter try to take it away from the gritty. I would go with several layers of paint on the spindles and then sand it to give it a "stressed" look. I would also go with a cutting board top, rusted metal acrylic'd up or similar.