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Bubble Gum Machine Bird Feeder

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Bubble Gum Machine Bird Feeder 

This bubble Gum Machine Bird Feeder is fairly easy to make and will look adorable in the yard. And, as long as you have some of the materials on hand,

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DIY Lighthouse Bird Feeder


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DIY Lighthouse Bird Feeder

You can make this super cute DIY Lighthouse Bird Feeder using just a few supplies from the dollar tree. I will warn you, gluing the stones on takes some patience. Because of this I left all the supplies out in my craft room and glued a little each night while watching TV.

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DIY Tomato Stake Fall Tree

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DIY Tomato Stake Fall Tree

I have been seeing these around everywhere lately and decided to try making one of my own. They are really easy to make and look so stinking cute! I wish I would have made one last year!

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DIY Burlap Napkin rings

Burlap TP Napkin Rings

DIY Burlap Napkin Rings

The other day I was pondering about all the strange things I know being a DIY/food blogger and one of those strange things is the fact that I know a toilet paper roll is 4 inches long.

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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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DIY Scarecrow

 

DIY Scarecrow 

Scarecrows are a fun way to dress up the outside of your home for fall.

* My mom said the hay made her very itchy, so I recommend wearing pants, long sleeves, and gloves to make these.

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DIY * Dollar Tree White Pumpkins

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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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