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A gratifying quickie

105 DIY Projects That Will Make You Proud: Apartment Therapy has fantastic directions on turning an old rug into a John Robshaw-inspired block-print rug for next to nothing! : Add a touch of sparkle to an ordinary vase to glam up floral arrangements.

Glitter spoons and tags. Heck, glitter everything!

Glitter spoons and tags. Heck, glitter everything! take a plastic spoon paint it your own color on your plastic spoon so then you take your spoon and dip it in the glitter AT THE END OF THE SPOON)for the tag you do the( SAME STEPS )

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Terrariums are great for plants that require moist, humid environments. Succulents don't usually prefer these types of conditions. Because succulents use their thick, fleshy leaves and stems to hold water, they don't need moist, humid conditions.

Is it spray painted?? (Baby’s breath is always a classic and inexpensive way to complete DIY wedding decor.)

Spray painting flowers bronze and/or silver for decorations - Image detail for -DIY - Dyed Baby's Breath Centerpiece Idea - BRONZE BUDGET BRIDE - A .

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20 Affordable DIY Ideas You Can Do With Pennies

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Skeleton using plastic spoons and forks.

Ramblings of a Crazy Woman: Love This Skeleton ! Use plastic forks and spoons to make this little guy. Great for learning about bones, too.

Disco ball

How to Make a Disco Ball with CDs. You can still dance to old CDs even if you don't like the music on them any more. Just turn them into a disco ball to boogie under! It's a smart and fun project to recycle all those unwanted freebie CDs.

Olive You Holiday Antipasto Wreath... so pretty, festive and YUMMY!

"Olive You" Holiday Antipasto Wreath

Olive You Holiday Antipasto Wreath. so pretty, festive and YUMMY! I simply arranged rosemary branches into the shape of a wreath and “decorated” my wreath with delicious Mezzetta Bistro Blend Olives, two kinds of cheese, salami, and crackers.

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