Before & After - Closet

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An absolutely amazing closet transformation from Rita at How Fantastic. This makeover will leave you looking for an old closet to get started on!

Head over to her blog How Fantastic  to see more photos from this project!

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DIY Plaster Candlesticks

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These candlesticks are made from sponges and Plaster. So incredibly cool and really easy DIY project.

You will need:

2 natural sponges
Plaster of Paris
Plastic or glass bowl, large enough to fit your sponge
Baking sheet
Tin foil
2 copper pipe caps (1/2″ diameter, available at Home Depot)
2 taper candles
Exacto knife
Hot glue gun & glue sticks

Head over to Style Me Pretty for step by step tutorial

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DIY Water Balloon Pump

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Make water balloon pump out of an old shampoo or conditioner pump bottle. Such a brilliant idea!

Head over to Find it Make it Love it to see more from this project!

DIY crayon and watercolor painting

You'll never believe how easy it is to create your own unique painting using crayon and watercolor!

Grab your supplies. You'll need a canvas, any size will do. Some paint brushes, some water, a pencil, some acrylic paints in the colors of your choosing and a white crayon. Oh, and a paper towel.

Step by step tutorial right here


Brilliant Product - Lazy Bows 3-D Gift Wrap

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All you need is paper and tape - Fred's already tied the bow, attached the tag, and included the 3D glasses to make it all come to life. Each peggable pack of Lazy Bows includes TWO 20 x 30 inch sheets of giftwrap and TWO pairs of 3D glasses, just like you used to get at the movies. Get yours on Amazon

Salted Caramel Peanut Pie

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Check out this amazing Salted Caramel Peanut Pie from Eats Well With Others. Looks delicious!

You will need:

    For the pie crust

1 cup + 1 1/2 tbsp all purpose flour, divided
1/2 tsp salt
4 oz cold unsalted butter, cut into 1/4-inch cubes
2 tbsp ice water

    For the caramel

1/2 cup glucose or corn syrup
1 1/4 cups sugar
1.5 oz (3 tbsp) unsalted butter, cut into small cubes
1 cup + 1 1/2 tbsp original Silk soy milk creamer, warm
6.5 oz peanuts, toasted
sea salt, for sprinkling

Head over to Eats Well With Others for instructions

DIY Clothespin Dog


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This clothespins dog is so cute and the kids will love to color it.

So next time you need a pencil, this desktop dog can deliver it to you :)

You will need:

4 pinch-style wooden clothespins
Wood glue
Felt
Googly eyes
Pom-pom
Markers
Pencil

Head over to Spoonful for tutorial

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