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DIY Home Decor – Insanely Easy Centerpiece or Serving Tray

    [Side Note: All the decorations I used are from Hobby Lobby. Except for the dried lavender. I bought those from a little girl’s flower stand. How cute is that?! But everything else you can find at Hobby Lobby!] 40% off One Item at Regular Price at HobbyLobby.com. Ends: 12/31/17. Some exclusions apply.   DIY Home Decor – Insanely …

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DIY Home Decor – Easy DIY Farmhouse Frames! With Free Printables!

  These are seriously the easiest, cheapest, DIY farmhouse frames ever!     And I know most of you are like me and hate the chit chat before the tutorial, so let’s skip it and get straight to the point!   Here’s what you need. Most of this stuff you’ll probably already have.     Supplies: 1x2x8 wood board. (I …

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DIY Home Decor – Dollar Store Farmhouse Hourglass

  Dollar Store Farmhouse Hourglass Have you seen that awesome tutorial on Pinterest where the lady makes a time-out hourglass stool out of soda bottles? It’s seriously AWESOME!!! I thought that was so cool, but wanted it on a smaller scale, but I also worried about using plastic bottles and thought it would look too cheap and be destroyed. Then I …

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DIY Furniture – 7′ Anna White Corner Cabinet

(This post contains affiliate links. View our disclosure policy for details.) I hate cords! They are messy and ruin a nice setup. When we built our house my husband wired our TV, video games, and electronics so that everything would come out of the wall near the bottom corner of the room. Well, that’s great except for I had a pile …

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Sewing Project – Curtains with Grommets. DIY 2 Story Curtains!

  I get compliments all the time on my two story curtains, and the best thing about them is that if you can sew a straight – or semi straight line, like me =), then you can totally make these DIY curtains! And they are SO much cheaper (and cuter) than if you ordered them. And I don’t know why …

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DIY Craft- How To Make Metal Crackle

  So I have this fetish with lanterns. Not sure why, but I can’t have enough of them!   Unfortunately, some of my lanterns are starting to look “dated,” so I thought I’d try a crackling wood technique that I found HERE on my metal lantern to see if I could give it that farmhouse look.   And it TOTALLY …