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    Dye your wood! Why didn't I think of that? So can have any color you want! Love this project...but just imagine the possibilities! @Tami Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold painter

    DIY Bleach Pen for Tees Tanks // terrific for family vacation shirts, team shirts, bridesmaids, etc.

    canvas + old book pages + diy decal= sophisticated accent piece

    Jewelry Storage Ideas

    Kitchen Bag Holder--what a cool idea!!!!

    4th Of July Burlap Wreath Natural Blue and Red Chevron

    Landee See, Landee Do: DIY Mercury Glass

    stylish patina, chalk paint, annie sloan, buy chalk paint online www.stylishpatina... COLORWAYS A warm grey Gustavian palette

    cross canvas

    Wings of Love Mixed media original Titled ANGELS by grafittigirl

    How to Make Angel Wings

    DIY Aged Chippy Paint Technique with Vaseline

    A good tutorial for making your own wood signs. Easiest version I've ever seen.

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    26 amazing uses for chicken wire

    Turquoise Distressed Table Instructions. Sand top, rough up, paint legs (set on tin cans to dry) stain top in Minwax Provincial, stain legs in Provincial, wait a minute, then wipe off stain. Sand lightly in places if color too heavy. Add topcoat final finish.

    A fun painting technique that creates a vintage look. Beyond The Picket Fence

    SUPER idea for string art...pull the "guts" out of a mechanical pencil, chip a little hole in the side to feed the string through...makes going around the nails so much easier!

    DIY Book of Bridal Shower & Wedding Cards...--- Had no idea what to do with all those cards... this is cute! Would be cute to do a progressive birthday one to for the girls for their cards and just add to the ring!

    absolutely brilliant. I've wanted marquee letters for years but wasn't willing to pay $250 per letter! {Make Your Own Light Up Marquee Letters}

    "Good Night" Night Light. — This would be perfect hanging under a loft by your futon if you want a little light while you're relaxing at night. I'd probably scale it down and use a lighter painters canvas + large-bulb string lights so you can hang it on a wall hook without worrying about it being too heavy. (Just don't leave it on overnight! Might get too hot with the string lights.)

    Bathroom vanity painted with Annie Sloan chalk paint - first coat Old Ochre, then Old White, then sanded, seal with clear wax, sparingly use dark wax on corners and grooves

    Paper Star

    White washing brick

    diy lamp shades: Clear plastic cups + Fabric + Elmers glue. Cut an 'X' in the bottom of the cup after fabric has dried, and pop onto christmas lights.