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Vases, rubber bands, and spray paint.... I want to try this!

rubber bands wrapped around a vase, then spray paint and remove rubber bands. rubber bands wrapped around a vase, then spray paint and remove rubber bands. rubber bands wrapped around a vase, then spray paint and remove rubber bands.

Professional make-up artist who gives the best tutorials! Step by step instructions and she tells you what products she uses so you can create the look yourself! Best make up tutorial I've found on here by far!!    It's a bit too much makeup for me for every day, but it is absolutely gorgeous!

Professional make-up artist who gives the best tutorials! Step by step instructions and she tells you what products she uses so you can create the look yourself. It's a bit too much makeup for every day, but it is absolutely gorgeous!

Cool idea using a PVC pipe

Michelle I think this would be perfect for our hot hair stuff in our bathroom. Use PVC pipe ,paint your own color ,and use for flat iron and hair dryer storage.

Two ingredient snow recipe made using common household items- this stuff is amazing! It is naturally cold and feels just like fresh fallen powder in your hands. So easy to make, too.

Baking Soda & Shaving Cream Two ingredient snow recipe made using common household items- this stuff is amazing! It is naturally cold and feels just like fresh fallen powder in your hands. So easy to make, too. My kids love this sensory snow!

Soo doing this !!!!!  Take an old lotion bottle (this is a Johnson & Johnson baby shampoo bottle) and cut it to fit around an outlet and plug.  Select some fabric and Mod Podge it on.  Instant electronic device holder, clear counters!

This is something to try! It is a DIY cellphone charger thing. Super cool, Your phone wont get sat on, and adds some style! Made with a lotion bottle. (Who said this had to be for a college dorm room?

transfer pic to wood - must do this!

Transfer a Photo onto a Slab of Wood: cover wood with gel medium; place paper picture-side down; firmly smooth out all bubbles; let dry overnight; gently rub wetted paper off; clean all paper residue off; cover with mod podge; let dry;


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