DIY Towel Rack & Shelf


Make this super cool towel rack plus shelf for your bathroom. Really simple and fun project!

What you need:
-Wooden Board
-1.25″ Round Dowel
-Flat Braces (
-Copper Tubing Hooks
-Double Point Tacks
-Measuring Tape

Follow the tutorial right here... at The Merry Thought


DIY Candy Cane Tree


Learn how to make this awesome candy cane Christmas tree using parchment paper, tons of unwrapped candy canes and a styrofoam tree. Really simple and fun project!

Go to Sugar and Charm for directions.


Diy Advent Calendar Tree


Learn how to make this easy and beautiful diy advent calendar tree using paper envelopes, color pens, mini cupcake cups, scissors and tape.

Go to Casa Haus for tutorial in English and Spanish.


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DIY Subway Tile Mirror


It’s super simple and you only need a mirror, subway tile sheets and very strong glue. Go to for tutorial.


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    Diy Cinnamon Ideas


    Cinnamon sticks make the perfect addition to autumn decorations, so spice up your holiday season with things made of cinnamon sticks. It's beautiful and it smells like the holidays.

    How to Keep Your Christmas Tree Fresh Longer


    Want your Christmas tree to stay fresh and green through the season? Try these simple tips.

    As soon as you get the tree home, lay it on its side and use a tree saw to make a straight cut, removing about 1 inch off the bottom of the trunk. Applying WD-40 to the saw blade before cutting will keep the blade moving freely in the cut.

    Using a 1/2-inch drill bit, drill a hole straight into the bottom of the trunk to receive the spike at the bottom center of the Christmas tree stand. Then drill three or four holes around the edge of the trunk where it will be submerged in water. This will help it absorb the water.

    Check the tree’s water at least three times per day for the first few days and then daily. To prevent the base of the tree from sealing up, be sure to keep the container at least half full of water at all times. (You can set short length of PVC pipe into the basin to make it easy to add water without having to crawl under the tree!)


    Mother of all Chocolate Cakes

    Wow. You are lucky that you know about this blog because you just hit the jackpot. Briet is going to give you the recipe for the best chocolate cake you'll ever make. Seriously.


    5 dl flour
    5 dl sugar
    2 dl cocoa
    3 tsp baking powder
    1 tsp salt
    1 tsp espresso powder
    2 Â½ dl milk
    1 Â¼ vegetable oil
    2 eggs
    2 Â½ dl boiling water

    Get the full recipe here at