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I had no idea you could buy this to protect outdoor fabrics! I also can't believe she bought this fabric in 2012 at a Joann's, I bought pillows from Costco in this pattern and recently found two chair cushions. Love it! #outdoor #furniture

Thompson's Water Seal Fabric Seal

Love this hand painted guitar

How did I not know this trick? Submerge wet nails in cold water for 3 minutes. The polish will dry completely, and it gets rid of any that got onto your skin! This is life-changing

How to Dry Nail Polish Quickly

Break a glow stick and put it in clear polish.


24x24 Colorful Butterfly Wall Painting on Canvas

spray paint your folding chairs >> Simple way to update old and boring chairs. #DIY

I love this cut into the shape of the state they were taken in :) a goal to travel together!

DIY Folded Paper Butterfly with tissue paper and pipe cleaners.

DIY Folded Paper Butterfly | FabDIY

Pumpkin Carving Patterns - guess we'll be carving multiple pumpkins this year!

Pumpkin Carving Patterns

each year, cut a slice off your real tree, drill a hole and write the date. string with a ribbon.

Do It And How | You can do it….. Here's how!

do it yourself photography backdrops | Do-It-Yourself | Rooney Photography

Do-It-Yourself | Rooney Photography

DIY Tufted Headboard - BRILLIANT idea. They stapled where the buttons would go and hot glued them on instead of drilling, pulling string through, cutting through the batting, that whole pain. Awesome!


tufted headboard diy I have always wanted one of these.

blood, sweat, and button tufts

DIY tufted headboard. Great step by step instructions and pictures of how to build. These are the instructions I followed!

White Family News: Tufted Headboard DIY

Christmas Family Plate - Personalized Ceramic Plate - Hand Painted - Grandparent Plate

"Open When..." Letters. I really want to do this for Aaron. ♥

This is a super cute idea I found here on Pinterest. I fell in love with it and had to make it for my boyfriend. He loved it.

A Tale of Love - Frugal Maine

1. Leather: Nail polish remover~ Dip a q-tip in nail polish remover and dab it on the scuffmark. 2. Cloth or Canvas: Tooth paste and an old toothbrush~ Gently buffing out scuffs with a toothbrush and toothpaste. You can also substitute water and baking soda in for toothpaste. 3. Vinyl and suede shoes: Rubber eraser~ Just rub the end of your eraser against the scuffs to fade them

Quick Tip: How to Fix Scuffed Shoes (Michelle Phan)

This blogger shows how she uses a Dremel tool to carve designs into wood projects she is redoing, re-staining, re-painting.

4 standing tables outside on the patio for cocktail hour, Willow green sash to tie ivory tablecloth

Heart this! Love the hearts & the colors. No pattern available. This was designed and made by Babukatorium. She says, "Sorry, I don't use patterns since I'm not able to read or write them. All of my works are designed by me. @;)"


Put a picture of the beach you visited in a shadow box frame and fill the bottom with sand from that beach. Much neater than a random jar of sand and shells!

DIY Butterfly Chandelier [S'U! short cut hint: skip tracing a template and use a Big Shot with the Beautiful Butterflies die to effortlessly create butterfly shapes in the crank of a handle]

DIY sparkle bra - Google Search