DIY Owl Wall Art

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We made this wall art using a printed image, Mod Podge and canvas. This project was very easy, fun and quick.

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We printed out this beautiful owl that we found on the internet. Then we painted the canvas in black and let it dry

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Apply a thin layer of the Mod Podge on the back cover of the owl.

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Place your photo on the canvas very gently and push it to the canvas for it to stick. Take your brush and apply another layer of Mod Podge over the canvas. Let it sit and dry for about 10-15 minutes.

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Finished!

Protein Chia Coconut Macaroons

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Chia Coconut Macaroons Recipe with protein powder and chia seeds to boost the protein nutritional value. Your body will thank you for these because these healthy cookies have no sugar added, no flour, are gluten free and vegetarian.

You will need:

2 cups coconut chia gel
1 + 3/4 cup coconut flakes, unsweetened
2 scoops (60g) vanilla whey protein powder, naturally sweetened
1/4 cup + 2 tbsp almond meal

Head over to ifoodreal. com for instructions

DIY Cute Owl Lampshade

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Make this cute and adorable owl lamp for your kids room from paper lamp shades and owl elements that can be downloaded here...

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DIY paper wall art

Easy and cheap, make cut out art wall!

See the full tutorial right here

DIY Mirror Folding Table

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In small apartment furniture must be practical and serve several functions. When this table is not in use, it looks like an ordinary mirror hanging on the wall. Such a clever space saving idea!

Head over to Home Story for step by step tutorial

DIY Cute no sew sunglasses case

Make this simple and cute no sew sunglasses case to protect you favorite sunnies this summer!

You will need:

DIY No-Sew Leather Glasses Pouch // Supplies: 3.5″ x 17″ piece of leather, ruler, marker, utility hole punch, craft knife, button stud closure, leather glue

See full tutorial right here

32 Tips & Tricks Everyone Should Know

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Use plastic bag clip to keep the tortillas closed. Perfect for little ones! Via...

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Dig a hole for your seasonal plants and fill it with an empty plastic pot. Now you can just drop your seasonal flowers (or herbs and veggies) in there and easily switch them out once they’re ready to retire. 

See more brilliant tips and tricks from Listotic in the gallery below!

See more tips & tricks here...

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