Love this mirror

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I love you every step of the way.

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Texas.

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How to pull off a $500 DIY Kitchen Remodel

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Good to know... add some paint and some thin molding for more attractive and inexpensive way to remodel your cabinets.

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Wow. I am pinning this just to keep her website!

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Get rid of that builder grade oak! Use GEL stain. Good to know for the inevitable un-remodeled kitchen!!! Also, see tip about adding trim pieces to existing cabinets.

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DIY Painted Kitchen Counter Tops. I am SO doing this with the disgusting blue laminate that is all over the house!!

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Painting laminate counter tops

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dresser to tv stand

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Dresser to Media Stand Makeover

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Bible verse canvas

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Beginner washcloth patterns- good first project

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Wine rack

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Remove the top drawers of a dresser for a DIY TV stand

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SOOO much nicer looking.

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Upcycle Bin~ Take burlap and cover a box or bin with it. (This one is a diaper box- a cheap alternative to baskets.) Make fabric flowers too. (optional)

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Table over the toilet...why didn't I think of this?

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Huh, might just have to do this!

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Starfish Wreath Use a plastic foam wreath and natural starfish available at crafts stores. Spray the wreath and starfish white; let dry. Lay flat, and glue the starfish to the wreath. For added sparkle, brush the starfish with a mixture of half glue and half water, then sprinkle with glitter.

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DIY Air fresheners! This project takes a total of five minutes to make, is highly economical, and each jar should last you about a month. (Im going to use a mason jar :)

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OMGOSH!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Perfect!!!

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Cut wine corks in half, hot glue to magnet and now you have cute cork magnets. For those wine corks I brought back from Arizona. :)

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And this will be the pattern for my bedroom accent wall. Shades of green though. :)

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Doing this tomorrow! SO EXCITED!!

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