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We’re approaching the end of our DIY wedding favor series, but I guarantee you will love our last picks as much as the first ones. These vertical terrarium wedding favors make great gifts because they don’t take any room, and are extremely easy to maintain. Who wouldn’t want to bring a little bit of the outdoors to their home or office? - Gravel (can be found at any pet store in the aquarium section) - Air plants, cactus or succulents (you will need a small amount of potting soil if not using air plants) - Moss - spray paint - magnetic metal tins (from here or here , you just need to slap magnetic tape on the back!) - Dremel tool - painter’s tape - E6000 glue Cover your tins with painter’s tape before you begin spray painting the inside of them.
Home Exterior Design
I had a really old keyboard lying around that I planned to use to make a Keylendar . Upon opening it up I noticed that the circuit sheets were a really pretty bluey/green colour. I thought this would make a great lampshade. For the light source I used an LED puck light connected to a USB cable so that I can have it near my computer. The light cast through the lampshade is not overly bright but it makes for nice mood lighting.
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Most people store their books on bookshelves, but say you want a place to hold books in the bathroom, by the side of your bed, or just somewhere without much space, a towel rack book sling is a nice hack you can accomplish for very little money. This sling is made possible by the IKEA GRUNDTAL towel rail (though obviously any similar piece of hardware would do) and a homemade fabric sling. The design-obsessed moms over at Rookblog share how they put it together: I measured my fabric for my sling, adding a generous allowance on all sides for the casing and hems (1 inch in my case). I then hemmed the (short) sides of the rectangle (making sure the finished width matched the width of the rail) and then sewed the casings for the rails on the long sides. I then simply unscrewed the rails, slipped the sling on and...voila!
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