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So cool: take a ticket stub, plane ticket or whatever to a print shop, have them blow it up, print it on that fabric transfer material to make a pillow.

Take something you really love: a letter, envelope, photograph, a ticket stub... anything - to a printing place like Kinkos and have them blow it up for you to hang as art. An old recipe from Grandma would be great for the kitchen! Love this idea!

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DIY Tinted Mason Jars in Rainbow

DIY :: Tinted Mason Jars :: Apply mixed food coloring and Gloss Mod Podge. 10 min oven bake (For decoration only. Do not use them for food)

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Lid Light - Silver

Solar light lids for Ball Mason Jars. What a great idea for a bathroom night light or outside lights on the picnic table. You could fill with marbles or glass chips for an even cooler look!

We love this idea, use all your ticket stubs from holidays and concerts to make some DIY Artwork!

Ticket Stub Shadow Box | Use Dremel to cut slit in top of store bought shadow box frame to create ticket stub display.

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Jars Of Fun

40 DIY Valentine Gift Ideas for Boyfriend & Husbands - Ticket Memory Jar

Ticket Stub Canvas Wall Art - Love this idea! Finally something to do with all those concert tickets!

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9 DIY Items You Never Realized Your Bathroom Needed

Ditch the Kleenex boxes and make your own Mason jar tissue holders. Bonus: You can paint them according to your bathroom's color scheme.

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How to Decorate Your Home With Memories

Collect keepsakes while on your vacation (ticket stubs, hotel keys, etc.) and fill a quart-sized Ball jar with your mementos. Add a label and reminisce!

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Easy Blank Wall Solutions

Vacation Memories | Midwest Living Display trip souvenirs with these shadow boxes. Cut out maps of your vacation spot and mount to the back of the box. Fill with souvenir buttons, wine corks, concert tickets and other vacation keepsakes.