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    Hot glue ribbon tabs to turn a bed sheet into a no-sew curtain. I love these simple, cheap, & cute ideas!

    How to Make Curtains {DIY} - Two Twenty One, Hot Glue Ribbon to the back of the hem instead of sewing tabs, use a lighter to burn the ends of the ribbon first to avoid sewing, use a thinner piece of ribbon on the ends so they don't hang "wonky," genius and super time saving!

    DIY Roman Shade from sheet

    Hot damn! Why am I only figuring this out NOW?? How simple.

    I am so doing this...rugs are WAY too expensive and this will be great; use a hot glue gun or E-6000 instead of sewing! Thrifty and Chic - DIY Projects and Home Decor

    DIY curtains

    DIY Curtains - OMG this is THE BEST curtain/throw pillow tutorial I have ever seen! I'm pretty creative but this lady put me to shame with some of these ideas! Who knew you could hot glue 2 placemats together and stuff them to make a throw pillow?! In love!

    Wish I knew these tips BEFORE we painted our entire house! Just read these, they are quick fast easy things that will make painting a little faster and less messy.

    hang curtains from the ceiling. love this for avoiding measuring and making ceilings look really high

    Glue fabric to Wal-Mart roller blind! Smart! OH my word...how did I not think of this!

    photo to canvas transfer- easy easy.

    How to make your own baby gate- great and cheap idea! Plus you can make it fit any size you need.

    One yard no sew shades 3 ways DIY, third style: family room - this woman has a great blog...lots of diy on the cheap and staging tips for home sales.

    Living Savvy: How To | Fabric Babble Wreath

    DIY Curtains for Dining Room Window; use compression rod and old bed sheets.

    Previous pinner said: DIY Button Tufted Headboard. Saw this on HGTV so easy to do! I'm so doing this for my King size bed!!

    turn a tire into an ottoman! DIY Repurpose Project.

    dazzling, 95 inch curtains made with a hot glue gun

    Buy a cheap clock, hot glue fabric rosettes around it... Don't love the flowers, but it's a great tip to use whatever one likes!

    KEEP THE BRA IN LINE Sew ribbon belt loops on each side of the dress's center-back zipper to keep your bra from riding up in the back and showing above the top edge. Put on the bra and the dress; then hold your bra in place while someone unhooks it, passes each end through a loop on the dress, rehooks the bra, and zips up the dress.