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Sock Soothie

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Sock Soothie

This Sock Soothie  has become my new best friend. I mean seriously, this thing is amazing! You can use it for a number of things such as, After a long hard day at work, in a long car ride, if you have a sore neck.,

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Dum Dums Flower Valentines

Dum Dums flowers

Dum Dums Flower Valentines 

You will have to excuse this post. I have had a fairly busy week trying to organize my house with a lively 4-year-old on the loose. It seemed that as I cleaned and organized one room he destroyed and un-organized the previous room.

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DIY Snowy Pine Cones

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DIY Snowy Pine Cones

DIY Snowy Pine Cones are easy and fun to make! Making your house beautiful for Christmas doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. Today I am going to show you how I made these elegant looking snowy pine cones without breaking the bank. These are so easy to make,

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5 Totally Adorable DIY Snowmen Crafts

I love snowmen,

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DIY Scarecrow

 

I didn’t have a second post for this week until I went to my moms house and caught her making this! Thanks to my mom I am going to show you step by step how she made this adorable scarecrow using a bale of hay and some of my dads old clothing.

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DIY * Dollar Tree White Pumpkins

Dollar tree pumpkin final

What you will need:

  • Old T-shirt ( OR, I saw material at walmart that felt like T-shirt material and it was all ready a coffee dyed color… I think it was called cheese cloth?? If you use that, you will only need (I’m guessing) 1/2 a yard for 3-4  pumpkins.

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Candy Corn Magnets

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What you need:

  • cupcake papers ( 1 cupcake paper makes 1 candy corn magnet)
  • Button magnets (found in the craft department at Walmart)
  • 3 paint brushes (one for each color of paint)
  • Orange, Yellow, & White paint ( I used the acrylic,

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DIY Comic strip pencil cans

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A few days ago my son and I made this cute comic strip pencil can. It was super easy and super fun to make! Not to mention I now have a cute can to store all his pencils in. Check out how easy they were to make by following the 7 steps below:
What you will need:

1- empty and clean pringle can

mod podge

foam brush

your favorite comic strips from the local paper ( about 15-20 strips)

The How to:

1.) First cut your Pringle can to the size you want it to be.

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