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Painted Hubcap
Decoration Photo by: rhannifan
Lexington, KY
I painted a hubcap and hung it in my room like it was a picture because if you paint it pretty you might want to hang it in your room like I did.
Princess dressing table
Decoration Photo by: mariav_v
Peachtree city, GA
All the children like to look pretty and with a nice hairdo. Also they like to have the accessories that their parents / older sister have. In order to fulfill this gap and also play in the... more
Colorful Bottle Pin wheel
Decoration Photo by: mama-marshall
Middleboro, MA
Using plastic bottles and yogurt containers, we made outside pinwheels. With summer breeze, it spins with different colors to make outside more enjoyable.
Summer Pin Wheel
Decoration Photo by: mama-marshall
Middleboro, MA
Using plastic bottles and yogurt containers, we made outside pinwheels. With summer breeze, it spins with different colors to make outside more enjoyable.
Yummy Chocolates
Decoration Photo by: mindsparker09
Mequon, WI
I came upon this wonderful idea after painting three egg cups brown (for a completely different project) and then setting them on a paper plate to dry on my kitchen table. My husband thought they... more
Yummy Chocolates
Decoration Photo by: mindsparker09
Mequon, WI
I came upon this wonderful idea after painting three egg cups brown (for a completely different project) and then setting them on a paper plate to dry on my kitchen table. My husband thought they... more
Treasure Book Hideaway
Decoration Photo by: dlconnell
Los Angeles, CA
Turn an old discarded book into a treasure hide away! Select any hard bound book and change it into a decorative piece that can be displayed or make a fun faux book to store your favorite possessions.
Music in a box
Decoration Photo by: cur6
We made this handy dandy cover specifically for our christmas dinner, however it can really be used for any occasion(with the right wrappings)!
We don't have surround sound, multi media... more
Music in a box
Decoration Photo by: cur6
We made this handy dandy cover specifically for our christmas dinner, however it can really be used for any occasion(with the right wrappings)!
We don't have surround sound, multi media... more
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