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dollar-store pillar candles & hurricane glasses. Seems like a safe way to keep candles from being knocked over easily.

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BEDROOM IDEA (Dollar-store pillar candles + hurricane glasses + coffee beans = cheap & pretty candles AKA something peaceful and beautiful to look at.

Place vanilla scented tea lights in a bowl of coffee beans. The warmth of the candles will heat up the coffee beans and make your house smell like french vanilla coffee.

Good idea - Place vanilla scented tea lights in a bowl of coffee beans. The warmth of the candles will heat up the coffee beans and make your house smell like french vanilla coffee. Might drizzle some vanilla extract on the coffee beans, too.

Dollar store glasses + candlesticks = fake apothecary jars

Glue dollar store glasses onto candlesticks = Apothecary jars. This instantly cleaned up my dresser and was a lot of fun. All you need is a glue gun, a dollar store candle stick, and a dollar store candle vase.

Paint and sand your knife block. Never would have thought of this on my own, but such a simple way to update a little part of your kitchen!

paint your knife block your kitchen's accent color .and monogram. Now just to decide what friecking color we're painting the kitchen.

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How to remove residual wax from candle jars. I have 2 or 3 jar candles that will do nicely.and now I won't have to spend too much money on that "just the right size/shape" jar.

Great idea for how to use some extra vases or jars sitting around the house. I want this someday!

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My latest project DIY:: Thanksgiving Tree. Great idea for how to use some extra vases or jars sitting around the house.

Coffee Beans and vanilla candle! YUM.

Great idea for the fall, or even change up the coffee flavor with the season. Coffee Beans with a vanilla candle smells amazing.

They are just wooden squares from any craft store ($0.50 each) with metal house numbers ... wonder if I could do this with paint?

Wooden squares from any craft store with metal house numbers. These numbers were brass and spray painted Heirloom White. Put them up with finishing nails and use a sharpie to "paint" the nails black. Great idea for our house before it sells!

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