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Why didn't I think of holding my windows up this way?! Love it!

Why didn't I think of holding my windows up this way? Love it! I have several windows that won't stay open. What a fab solution!

Why Didn't I Think of That: Window Prop Yep, some of the old windows at the resort cabins coud use this pretty prop

Window Prop

Martha Stewart Living, Find new uses for the single odd thing orphaned from a pair. Here, any old stick will keep a window open -- one of summer's sweeter pleasures -- but an antique cast-iron shelf bracket will frame the view with a bit more artistry.

Magnetic vent covers. Place over vents in unused rooms to send heat where its needed. More effective than closing vents! Reusable magnetic vinyl covers wont scratch and can be easily trimmed to fit.

Well now here's a neat idea-- Magnetic vent covers. Place over vents in unused rooms to send heat where its needed. More effective than closing vents! Reusable magnetic vinyl covers wont scratch and can be easily trimmed to fit.

Fabric covered foam board to add color and style to the back of cupboards, shelves, etc.  So much easier to change out colors!

fabric covered foam board for back of cabinets genius! Makes it easier to switch out when I get sick of it. (I'd probably do fabric covered card board instead)

This is a great idea - Use a rod across a window for plants.

This is a great idea! Using a rod across a window for hanging plants! Not only does it provide light, it prevents from cluttering a table or windowsill. This for the kitchen sink or dining room

Gotta try this on the laundry room door!

From This Small Town Girl: "The entry door to the garage is filled with positive thoughts, quotes and bible verses to remind everyone as they are leaving that this is a new day with great possibilities." I love this idea! Maybe for a kids room?

A bundle of chalk hung in a closet will absorb extra moisture and keep clothing fresh and dry, and takes up much less room than an electric dehumidifier.

Hang a bundle of chalk in the closet to keep everything fresh and dry. The chalk absorbs excess moisture - a thrifty alternative to an electric dehumidifier! Household Tips for Every Room in your Home

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not a DIY site, but beautiful artwork there. This piece is an old window with vintage lace behind the panes and roses painted on the glass. Also, little lace pockets with sweetness tucked inside.

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