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Make your own bleach spray shirt in just 10 minutes!

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Build/Make/Craft/Bake: How-to: Hammered flower and leaf prints

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DIY ~~ paper quilt

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tutorial for cutting bottoms off wine bottles. #wine_bottle #tutorial

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This fun DIY project would be a great piece to hang in your house or even give as a gift. All you need is paint, masking tape, a paint brush, and something to paint on. Canvas, scraps of wood, whatever you want to get the effect you desire. Mountain Hardware supplies all of the tools you need for this project (minus the canvas).

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t-shirt + spray paint + duct tape

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The Beauty Book: How to Clean Your Makeup Brushes Like a Pro

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Decorated Pringles tube for gifting cookies! Makes a dozen look so much better! :)

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Framed fabric! Cheap idea for walls

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Glue 3 picture frames together with no backs, then place a flameless candle inside to illuminate the photos – awesome centerpiece!

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cork trivets! neat idea

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how to make home deco ball with paper cupcake liners

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Pergola/Deck Curtains Tutorial.

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How to Build a Mudroom Bench

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How to clean Microfiber furniture using ONE ingredient!

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Just grab a yard of your favorite fabric and a few different size canvas and staple!

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DIY Paper Heart Wreath

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This is a pretty great idea - make your outdoor table have a build-in cooler. It neglects to talk about draining for the ice, but that could be easily solved with holes and tubes.

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Wine Bottle Torches - wine bottle, Tiki Torch wick refill, Tiki Torch lamp oil, 3/8" metal washer, Decorative glass rocks or beads (optional) *able to fit in bottle Place decorative rocks/beads in bottle. The more you have, the less oil you will need to use. Feed wick through opening of washer, leaving about 1/4-inch sticking out. Pour oil into bottle using a funnel, enough to cover half of the wick. Feed longer side of wick into bottle. Light top wick & enjoy!

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This just changed my life. Who knew... Window squeegee removes pet hair from carpets and furniture.

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upholster your box springs instead of using a bedskirt! love.

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Using a curtain rod to hang frames..love the idea!

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jewelry hanger - want this!

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painted ceiling medallions!

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