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I received this from the church youth group this week. It is so cute! Such a clever idea for an end of year teacher gift! Thanks to Mike and Mollie and the entire youth group! A close up of the clever tag:Filled with all kinds of “mints”:...

This is a project that I am very excited to share with you! Have you ever wondered how to transform an old dresser? I found this dresser on the curb read for trash pick up. Can you believe that? I love finding treasures on the side of the road! This dresser was in bad condition and very ugly but all the pieces were there. I saw major potential so I loaded it in the car and brought it home.The previous owner added some artwork.I knew that I wanted to do a zebra print on it for my daughter’s room. I was scared to try the zebra design....

Recently I found these side tables at garage sales. They were both $5 and I just knew I could make them look nice again. Since we have all new colors in the living room this was the perfect time. I really wanted something unique for the family area. For the large table I wanted to try a “plaid design” on the top. I can not find the picture of the tables before the primer. (Sorry) Here is how easy it was to create the plaid look using paint. Prime with White Spray PrimerI used a Valspar tester paint from Lowes in the blue shade...

If you are looking for an inexpensive but creative custom look for your windows here is a great option. We have a wall of windows that I have let go without character for many months now. Since we had renovations done and the colors changed I have not found the right curtains to go on this wall. When I would start shopping for what I had in mind it quickly got very pricey. I love the look of floor to ceiling length. I also wanted the specific colors I had used on the walls and for my accent colors and it was hard to find. That is when...

This weekend we started transforming our garage to my husband’s “sports lover’s man cave.” He has been wanting to create his own space for years now. It is simply sheetrock that has not been floated on one side and the rest is finished sheetrock so nothing exciting is happening in there. I have claimed part of the space as my work area so it was only fair that I give him his area now. I wanted to share what we have done so far. We have spent a total of $2.50 so far. That is all! We only had to spend that for more nails.My husband...

Are you looking for some easy and inexpensive DIY Valentine Decorations ideas? I’m excited to share two projects that took only a couple minutes each.  The first project is a Conversation Heart Candle votive. You only need 3 items to make this.  Conversation Hearts Votive holder CandleFill your votive holder half full of Conversation hearts and place your candle on the top. You shouldn’t eat the candies after using them as a decoration, they will be dried out and possibly have wax on them. You can line a table with several...

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