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I love this Sharpie tie die DIY from The Art Girl Jackie blog!
An old picture frame + paint chips = an inexpensive, reusable monthly (or weekly) calendar.
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Warning: this stunt involves sharp edges, breaking glass and fire.
This morning one of the first things I did was take a load of laundry to the laundry room.
Before we begin, don't miss the post this week with 33 inspirational recycled tie projects , and a few more at Pinterest . Last weekend I finished an experiment that had been on my 'must try' list for quite a while - a recycled tie dress for my Divine Little Miss M.
If you're a cork collector like me, this DIY project is for you. Wine drinkers know how many leftover corks you can accumulate over the years, so let's put them to use! Not only do I love wine, but I love using cork for crafting projects.
i got a magazine from ala moana a while back, and by a while back i mean before christmas. and i haven't really found a good recycling center that accepts paper so i've kinda just been hanging on to it. so today i decided to recycle it myself-into a little catch all/bowl/thingy. i'm trying out the collage/montage method of tutorials again so...
Here it is, finally!
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A hot trend in the fashion world right now are SCARVES ! So fashionable, these infinity or circle scarves are perfect for dressing up an outfit for the spring season!
Hi, my name is Miranda and I am a paper bag addict. A hoarder, if you will.
Living in New Orleans for four years, I collected a lot of Mardi Gras beads, but when I moved back to Minnesota I only brought a small box back with me.
In terms of storage in the bathroom, most of us are limited to the small area underneath the sink. It's a good spot for extra tissues and occassional towels, but not a great spot for the bathroom gear you use everyday, like your hair dryer, electric razor or electric toothbrush charger.