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Making your own DIY disinfecting wipes is cheap and easy. Use paper towels, rubbing alcohol or Everclear and vinegar to make this alternative to Lysol or Clorox wipes. You can use these homemade cleaning wipes to disinfect surfaces like tables, counters and even your cell phone.Check out this video to Learn how to make DIY disinfectant wipes
I've had a 'thing' for upcycling tin cans for quite a while...Back in the 90's, I had a decorative painting business, and I hand painted 'vintage'-look seed packets on the front of cans. Hundreds and hundreds of cans! I painted and sold them with designs for every season and every holiday, in practically every shape and size of can that exists. Mine had little wire handles, too... This version is simpler, a 'Fast, Cheap & Easy' TM project made with tin cans, seed packets, and string! It's
This is a tutorial for a different kind of DIY rag rug than what you might have seen before. It’s key ingredients are old fluffy sweaters (the faux angora type) and old kids or baby play mats. It’s a double upcycle (the play mats and the old sweaters) and it requires no sewing and no fabric braiding!
In the area we live in, backyards are very small and are commonly quite close to the neighbors. Even though my yard is enclosed by a fence, I wanted a privacy screen to further separate my backyard space from my neighbor’s house that is very close to mine on the other side. This wood slat screen was the perfect way to add a bit more privacy to my yard, and the contrast of the warm wood with the metal adds a lot of style at the same time. This was a relatively simple and inexpensive DIY project
Homeowners pay close attention to how their home looks during the day but many neglect the way it looks after dark. Outdoor and walkway lighting is a wonderful way to increase safety and security around your home but also provides a dramatic boost to your nighttime curb appeal. These DIY concrete and PVC walkway lights will have neighbors slowing down to take a closer look and give your yard a fun and inexpensive glow.
I'm that person who always lingers in the craft aisle scheming ideas about what I can create with the loads of items they tease me with! Like these tea boxes at Dollarama, some walk on by, I stop and take one off the shelf twist it, open it and tilt it. Then I get 2 from the shelf and place together and the concept of a faux window idea came to me which led me to buy four at $4.00 each! 😁Devising the Plan