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one of the girls here at the office told me about this awesome DIY project that she’s going to try, and i think i might have to try it as well! it is so simple and there are so many fun things you can do with it… what you need: 1. some pretty paper – this would be a great way to reuse your old free people catalogs!
Ever wonder why there are so many dish soap commercials? Maybe the companies who make this stuff are trying to hide the fact it's really simple -- and cheap -- to make your own. According to the latest government data , Americans spend an average of $659 a year on housekeeping supplies.
DIY Gifts for the Family: Build Them With Care for Loved Ones Make a Magnetic Knife Block This is a gorgeous project for the chef on your short-list. It allows him or her to display and store high-quality knives, while simultaneously protecting those knives.
So here is where my story begins, the chandelier in the picture above has the “what dreams are made of” connotations. I’ve been coveting this since the first time I laid my eyes on it! When I moved into my Townhouse a year ago I wanted so badly to recreate this look, but after price point shopping, I accepted that was never going to happen.
This list is from Keri Smith’s Website – here . She’s a brilliant illustrator and has inspired me a lot recently. 1. Go for a walk. Draw or list things you find on the sidewalk.
Write some letters. Then, go to the library and place the letters in some books, preferably ones that aren’t checked out very often. Or, place them in books at a used bookstore, preferably books that might not be purchased for a long time. The letters can be about anything, to anyone, but keep them anonymous, untraceable. First names only, or no names at all.
<a href="http://www.marisys.com/how-to-forecast-weather_2010-05-26/"><img src="http://www.marisys.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/How_to_forecast_weather.jpg" alt="How_to_forecast_weather"/></a> Ever wondered how to forecast the weather without actually using instruments? Check the Clouds: Clouds can tell us a lot about the weather. For example, they can tell us if it’s going to be warmer on a particular night by simply being there.
We love to integrate books into our decor, but does your child have favorite books that aren't quite in display condition? Beat up paperbacks can easily be turned into custom hardbacks with some scrap cardboard, fabric, a gluestick, and an inkjet printer. Unleash your inner graphic designer with this quick and easy tutorial! Materials: cardboard about 1/3 yard of cotton fabric glue stick tape one sheet of cardstock 1.