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Growing bean plants in CD cases so all the parts can be seen.

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Boards - $5.50 at HomeDepot. Just stain and then screw into the wall.

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Easy Headboard- 2 doors from Lowes (22.00 each) painted and topped with crown molding.

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Genius! Cut an inexpensive Target duvet cover in half to make curtains. It’s already two layers, so the curtains will be “lined” and not too sheer. @ Do It Yourself Remodeling Ideas

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Shutters for covering sliding glass doors I like this so much better than vertical blinds

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Because I'm so paranoid...Super Grip Lock Deadbolt strap is a dead end for intruders! Door can't be opened, even with a key. Great for weekends home alone.

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This site has the cutest designs for their return address stamps and they're way more affordable than most of the other sites out there ...

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wreaths

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Place furniture grade decorative feet under select cabinetry to raise the design bar.

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I need to remember this for next year when planting my patio pots!

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Good to know - Lowe’s has 3-inch “multi-purpose foam pads” that are usually used as foam beds for camping: $19 dollars each

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Life-size Kerplunk game (with instructions).

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Staple a shower curtain to a wooden frame for inexpensive large scale artwork.

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DIY: string bowl

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How to remove all writing off plastic containers to then use as storage or gift containers!

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Seriously? This is FREAKING awesome! They are gorgeous and crazy easy!! Made by using a sharpie marker and baking them.

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Previous pinner said: A few months ago I stopped using facewash. I use a scrub of baking soda and coconut oil every few days. On the days in between, just coconut oil. I use tiny amounts - a pinch of soda, and a bit of coconut oil the size of a pencil eraser. Wash in gentle, circular motions and rinse very well. Your face may seem oily afterward, but within a few minutes the oil is absorbed and your skin is glowing. My face used to break out regularly. Now, almost never! beauty

Previous pinner said: A few months ago I stopped using facewash. I use a scrub of baking soda and coconut oil every few days. On the days in between, just coconut oil. I use tiny amounts - a pinch of soda, and a bit of coconut oil the size of a pencil eraser. Wash in gentle, circular motions and rinse very well. Your face may seem oily afterward, but within a few minutes the oil is absorbed and your skin is glowing. My face used to break out regularly. Now, almost never! - hair-sublime.com

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REMINDER TO SELF: If you take the time to moisturize your heels and cover them at night several times a week you will be amazed at how soft your heels will stay despite the flip flop (yay!) wearing season.

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Drip irrigation- I do this every year and it works great! Especially during a long Texas drought- less water waste. The only thing that kept my plants going, and once the plants get growing they hide the bottles. Quick and easy way to fertilize too!

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Instantly Hang A Second Panel Behind Existing Curtains Using A Bungee Cord!

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Hot Chocolate & Bailey's Gift

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Twelve items every guest room needs. This is a nice list to cover all your bases!

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Egress Escape Windows - A Good Fire Escape Ladder Can Make the Difference in an Emergency

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How to reuse silica gel packets | MNN - Mother Nature Network

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