Leaf art

Artwork made from spray painted v silhouette leaves. paint canvas the color you want the leaves. put leaves on canvas and spray paint the background color you want. remove leaves and you will see the color come through.

re-purposed wine bottles

Diy Home decor ideas on a budget. : Upcycling - wrap old wine bottles in twine and yarn. Decorate with applique and buttons. ADORABLE DIY Home Decor Ideas,

Peacock Theme Tulle Wreath

Peacock Theme Tulle Wreath With Peacock/Ostrich Feathers and Custom Monogram Letter. I would change the monogram letter to a gold letter. But I so wanna make this!

Pinned this from The Jersey Cowgirl: DIY Frozen Glass.  So cool (pun intended)!  And yes, instead of being crafty on my own, I'm lucky enough to have friends who can come up with awesome projects (and blog about them) that I will one day try to wrap my unartistic head around.

centerpiece idea for a Frozen birthday party.Pinned this from The Jersey Cowgirl: DIY Frozen Glass. So cool (pun intended)! one day try to wrap my unartistic head around.

diy diffuser...decorate mason jar, add wooden diffusers & bottle of scented oil.  Wrap and Gift!

Easy to Make Decorative Diffuser

You can make your own decorative diffuser with a recycled jar, some essential oil or liquid potpourri and bamboo skewers, in just minutes.

DIY Lanterns Materials: • Mason  jar • Tissue paper {new or recycled} • Mod Podge • Ribbon • Scissors and paintbrush • Stamp pads and stamps {optional} Step 1: Cut tissue paper to size to wrap around jar. Step 2: Use brush, cover jar with thin layer of Mod Podge & wrap  pre-cut paper around jar. Step 3: Keep brush full of Mod Podge and begin “painting”  glue on while adhering paper - be sure the paper is completely damp while wrapping.  Step 4: Let jar dry completely. Step 5: Repeat.

Tissue paper mason jar centerpieces

DIY Wedding Favors - Homemade Granola" with a custom stamp by theRUBBERpress. Linen was then stamped and secured around the tops of the jars with a wrapping of twine.

Merci Beacoup--or in our own languages? See the "Sisterly Love" in our Favors from Real Weddings gallery

If you don’t need to make a dozen hamburgers, you definitely need to try this simple hack. Section and freeze hamburger meat inside of a Ziploc® bag. Then, break apart the patties you need and save the rest. A good tip to remember when you’re only cooking for two. Tip: Use a skewer or chopsticks to section the meat.

Section and freeze hamburger meat inside of a Ziploc bag. Then, break apart the patties you need and save the rest. A good tip to remember when you’re only cooking for two. Tip: Use a skewer or chopsticks to section the meat.


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