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Fun, Crafty Ideas for Home & Other Stuff

Fun, Crafty Ideas for Home & Other Stuff

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$11 using supplies from the Dollar Store! (This whole website is full of Dollar Store tutorials!)

Hexagon Bling Art | Click Pic for 36 DIY Wall Art Ideas for Living Room | DIY Wall Decorating Ideas for the Home

36 Creative DIY Wall Art Ideas for Your Home

#DIY kitchen cabinet #makeover on a budget, in a day! | Mommy Goggles

DIY Picture Frame Bookends |

DIY Picture Frame Bookends - Landee See Landee Do

Winter Vases Using Dollar Store Finds. more variations on the blog.

Winter Vases Using Dollar Store Finds - Design, Dining + Diapers

DIY Treat Plate

Update Thrift Store Glassware with Paint

Kinda neat. How To Make a Wall mirror

Cafe Curtains with Tension Rod & Clip Rings. Easy to make - easy to take down and toss in the wash. A no-sew way might be to use tea towels?

Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art... do I really think I can make this? LOL

DIY marquee letters

#DIY spray glitter and inexpensive fake fruit...perfect!

DIY envelopes (use scrapbook paper for fun prints)... nice way to personalize you personal notes!

Great idea to change up the look of an end table with glass

Poppy Seed Projects-inexpensive source for frames ((definitely will be buying frames from them in the future!))

"Staples does oversized prints called "engineer prints." The largest size is 3' x 4' and they cost only $4.99!!"

pallet trays... OMG this is an awsome idea!!!

Use initials and glam it up with pennies & #spraypaint

cookie stand from Anthropologie....would make a great DIY project?

Scrapbook paper and moulding

Print on wax paper and iron onto fabric.

cabinet door chalkboard.

Kate Spade inspired wall art. circles cut out of paint swatches and glued to canvas

Lauren Elizabeth: confetti artwork

5 Ways to Color Mason Jars |

These are made from pickle jars!! Glued onto a spray painted dollar store candle holder, decorative finneal added on top. Can fill with candy prior to giving as gift! Can be used in kitchen as candy, tea, or anything.

I've been looking into this Sharpie+mug+350 degrees craft and it looks as though many people have been experiencing fading or the colors coming off altogether. Therefore, I would like to share this blogger's page. She explains to the tee how she cooked her mug at 425 for 30 minutes and then left the mug to cool in the oven. The results: a permanent cup at last! Check this out!