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“Stuck on You” Valentine Photo Magnets

    Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to let your loved ones know that you care about them. They can be your friends, siblings, and of course your significant other. What better way to say “I love you” with these heartfelt, thoughtful photo magnets. If you want to make …

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Bird House Tea Lights

Slowly but surely, the weather is starting to warm up here in Portland. I’m ready to air out my house and welcome the fresh air after having it closed up all winter. With a fresh, new feeling filling my home, it seemed pretty necessary to add some new decorations as …

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Vintage Floral Serving Plate

    I may have a problem. I’m an avid collector of serving dishes. I like to have different ones for every season, and I quickly realized that while I have plenty of holiday themed serving platters, I have very few spring inspired dishes. I love the look of vintage wallpaper, …

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Confetti Dipped Mug

  For me, I think most mornings need a little pick-me-up. I usually head straight for my coffee and reach for my less pretty mugs that are just the perfect size for me. I found a few plain white mugs that are a great size, but way too boring for …

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Shabby-Style Decoupage Sign

Create a one-of-a-kind sign to decorate your home, porch, or patio, using this decoupage technique to create a pretty background.   Here’s what you’ll need to make your own: A blank wooden sign, plaque, pallet, or old board (I used a discarded piece of fence board). Acrylic Craft Paint. DecoArt …

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Glitter Bracelet

Add some more bling to your bling with this super easy glittery tutorial. You can make your bracelet a solid color, or try out the glitter painting technique to create a wonderful sparkly design!   I’m not much of a jewelry wearer, but I think this solid color bracelet would look …

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DIY School Notebook Cover

  Cover a traditional school writing notebook with a custom and inspirational phrase to make it an awesome (school) year.   Supplies: 9 ¾ x 7” non-spiral bound notebook quality printer paper or cardstock Craft scissors Mod Podge + paint brush Clear acrylic UV-resistant spray Downloadable creative PDF   Step …

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How to make a “Where I’ve Been” Map

I’ve been lucky enough to have seen quite a few countries at such a young age. I’m currently on a mission to see 30 countries before I reach age 30. Because of all these adventures on top of being in college, my bank account is a little tight. So, when …

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