A HUGE DIY DAY

by Lcioffibrachio

I had such a good day today. I decided when I woke up I would have a Lauren day, and I would do all the fun things I had been wanting to do all week. Well I did..and it was awesome! A while back I posted this DIY on making your own necklace out of an old ring. You can see the post here. If you didn’t read it, the reason I wanted to do this was because my husband and I have matching rings that are memorable to us. I never wear mine anymore...

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Mod Podge: Oh The Possibilities

by Lcioffibrachio

I started this post yesterday, but I got so busy and was so tired I didn't get to finish it! Anyway: This is Mod Podge. If you are looking to be crafty, and you need a friend to do it with, I suggest making that friend this little bottle right here. Seriously.. there is so much you can do with it. I found a few projects that I really want to work on and I thought I would share them. For those of you who don't know what this is, Mod Podge is...

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How to Turn 1 Table into 2 Shelves

by DIY Maven

created at: 05/01/2012

Beckie's grandma and grandpa gave her an old rickety table that was set for the trash heap. Beckie stepped in and saved the table. The only problem was she didn't need a table. Shelves, however, she could use. Her friend Mike used a jigsaw to saw the the table in half. A shot of primer and spray paint later, and this is what it looks like now:

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Roundup: 6 DIY Garden Trellis Ideas

by Green Couch Design

created at: 04/10/2012

created at: 04/10/2012

Gardens are one of the most creative things to do, whether it's blending the colors of annuals in your pots for just that perfect contrast, or developing the perfect layout for your garden path. Gardening is all about creating. So we thought we would finish out the week with a fun creative project that gets those artistic juices flowing.

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How to: Choose the Best Spot for Your Garden

by Green Couch Design

created at: 04/10/2012

When I was a kid my grandpa was the gardener, and I would toddle around with him looking at the plants,  smelling the plants, and picking the plants...even when I wasn't supposed to. I never knew how much he taught me until I started my own garden. So, here are a few tips from grandpa through me.

For a garden, the two most important elements are soil and location. You've heard it said by stereotypical developers that it's all about" Location, Location, Location." In this case, that's very true. The success or failure of your little green friends is quite heavily dependent upon where they sit.   

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How To: Paint Polka Dots

by Molly Mc

created at: 03/22/2012

I have never met a polka dot I didn't like. They remind me of so many happy things: bubbles, balloons, pizza. Julia added them to a cheery dresser re-do and used a surprising and clever everyday item as her stencil. See what it was and the finished dresser makeover after the jump.

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