Diy Magnet Board


We came across this awesome magnet board idea on Apartment Therapy. Really great idea and easy to make. You will need: Plastic alphabet fridge magnets, spray paint, old frame, sheet metal and chalkboard paint.


Faux Stainless Steel Alphabet Magnets {Pottery Barn Knock-Off} Click here... for step by step tutorial

DIY: Spraying Painting Vinyl

There are so many old and sad vinyl chairs in thrift stores all around the world, just waiting for a can of spray paint to come to the rescue.

Get the full tutorial here

DIY Bike Rack

This bike rack was really simple to build and is great. This rack keeps it out of the way and yet very neatly stored. Here's the materials you need.

1 6 foot iron or lead pipe
3-5 Husky Hang-All straps
2 or 3 heavy duty shelf supports
Heavy duty zipties
3-5 metal O-rings
3-5 metal S-hooks
3-5 metal caribeaners (optional)

See full tutorial here

DIY Clothespin Jewelry


Watch the video below to see how to make unique jewelry out of clothespin pieces, chain, & beads!

n this DIY, learn how to make unique jewelry out of clothespin pieces, chain, & beads! Check back next Crafty Friday for a new craft-related video from SoCraftastic. Oh, and don't forget to subscribe! Please & thanks. :)

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Grape Poppers - so easy to make and great for any party

Plump grapes speared and dipped in Vanilla Candiquik then rolled in chopped pecans! Delicious and perfect for any party!

48 fresh grapes
8 oz. (1/2 package) Vanilla CANDIQUIK Coating
1 cup chopped pecans (may substitute with any nuts)

Head over to Miss Candiquik for instructions

DIY Key Rack From Old Keys


Great idea and very easy way to turn your mystery keys into hooks for the ones you still use.

You will need:

3 to 5 keys, one for each hook (plus extras in case a few break)
Vise (optional)
Piece of wood (9.5 inches wide by 3 inches high is a good size for 4 keys)
Ruler or measuring tape
Nails or wood screws (one for each key)
Hammer for nails or electric drill for wood screws

Go to Sierra Magazine for full directions

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IKEA Card File Drawers Hack

One of our favorite blogger seems to be able to turn ordinary things in to work of art each time she takes on a project! This is off course Kristine from

See the full tutorial here