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DIY Fabric Covered Cork Board using a Picture Frame {One Item Challenge} - The Happy Housie

Buy inexpensive frames, paint the frame, and paint the glass with chalkboard paint.

“Hello” DIY String Art – DIY Projects-Weekly DIY Ideas: RED DIY Projects

poppy haus: Say Anything

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no sew pillow. ***this is great! You could change them out & still use the same pillow!

DIY Pillow | Best DIY Tricks

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Dress up your entryway with this ornament mirror project from Martha. #HowToHoliday

Make a personalized map. Take pictures in each state, then cut to match the state & attach to the map. Love this idea. A great way to remember trips without digging through a scrapbook.

So pretty and elegant.. made from Coke pop tops! no instructions on how to make it, but still very different

This-n-that; a little crafting: We ♥ Diet Coke

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Would be great for kids' artwork and out fav snapshots...white and gray frames for me :)

I would love to hang these in my room!!-40 DIY Home Decor Ideas That Aren't Just For Christmas

40 DIY Home Decor Ideas That Aren't Just For Christmas

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love this idea

DIY: 25 Easy Sharpie Crafts gifts

DIY Roundup: 25 Easy and Creative Sharpie Crafts - Yes Missy!

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DIY Cut wine corks in half, hot glue to magnet and now you have cute cork magnets

Dollar store fake fruit + glitter = cute inexpensive decor Simply Southern, Sweet, Classy and Sassy: DIY Christmas Décor!

Simply Southern, Sweet, Classy and Sassy: DIY Christmas Décor!

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Positive things for 2014

Do it yourself - DIY Present...FOR yourself!

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cut your home state out on glitter paper and glue to canvas. I love this idea

Blooming Monogram

Blooming Monogram - ArchiEli

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What to do with all those foreign coins you've saved?

Old family recipes

create images by poking small holes in a dark lampshade

Indoor Tulips . . . Step 1 – Fill a glass container about 1/3 of the way with glass marbles or decorative rocks. Clear glass will enable you to watch the roots develop . . . Step 2 – Set the tulip bulb on top of the marbles or stones; pointed end UP. Add a few more marbles or rocks so that the tulip bulb is surrounded but not covered (think support). . .Step 3 – Pour fresh water into the container. The water shouldn’t touch the bulb, but it should be very close, so that the roots will grow in. @

A magnetic Scrabble board! How cool would it be to hang this in a hallway or somewhere and have an ongoing game in the house? We are definitely scrabble people.

Bookbinding Tutorial

Easy diy wall art

How To: Turn a Bookcase Into a Bar. My kind of crafting

toys glued to wood blocks and spray painted for fun book ends...