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My husband and I both have cell phones. And both of us have phone chargers.
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Transform a traditional piece of bedroom furniture into a multitasking mini office, complete with bulletin board and filing cabinet. You'll have easy access to all your essentials -- and be able to tuck them away at a moment's notice. It requires only minimal construction to reconfigure a chest.
If writing about technology has taught me anything, it's that products and processes can always be improved.
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We love pumps (So sexy!).
Eeeee! I’ve been saving bread tags (those little plastic clips that keep your bread bag closed) for months just waiting for Halloween to get close. I’ve had this craft idea for these little monsters in my head for a while and finally got the chance to make them today.
**Update: Come see new and updated photos of this project HERE !
These gorgeous cardboard stars are fairly simple to make and have a definite "wow" factor!
ac and i are still unpacking and adjusting to being back in brooklyn so i wanted to kick off today with a slew of diy posts - some from the contest and some from our craft editors and one from well-known store owners . today we’re starting with abigail neal and her beautiful reclaimed wine cork trivets and coasters. abigail was one of our diy contest finalists and her cork trivet set was a big hit with several of my friends, many of whom have tried to replicate this on their own already. but thankfully today abigail is sharing her (simple!)
We've all done it: thrown away an old dish sponge.
I am very lucky to have attended the International Food Bloggers Conference in Portland, Oregon last weekend. It was 3 days completely packed with information, fun, and, as you might have guessed… food.