How to make a brush organizer

This genius idea comes from irinascutebox.blogspot.com

To make the organizer, sushi mat and an elastic are needed. See the step by step tutorial here

It is so easy to make and looks really nice. Well done I must say!



Diy Macramé Hangers

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Learn to make these unique and fun macramé hangers. Go to Dailyfix for step by step tutorial

Before & After. A Bedroom Freshened with Black and White!

This bedroom get's a really cool make-over that's for sure take a look!

The wooden piece above the bed was an old attic vent for a house exterior.

The slant between the wall and the ceiling is what inspired the crazy black stripe.


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Diy Marble Tray

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Marble is one of the biggest trend this season. Learn how to make your own marble tray.

Hop on over to Almost Makes Perfect for instructions


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DIY mountain pillow


This unique and fun mountain pillow is easy to make.

Read the full how-to here

Materials


thick fabric for the base of the mountain (For this pillow a solid heavyweight gray suiting fabric.)
white fabric for the snow peaks
mountain pillow pattern
corresponding thread
sewing pins
sewing machine
stuffing

This is utterly cute. I think it would be great to make a mountain range, maybe with different colors and patterns.



Before & After - Stenciled Cedar Chest

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An old cedar chest got a fabulous makeover with a little paint and stencil! There are so many uses for stencil. You can decorate floors, ceilings, walls, fabric and more. Read the full story at Revolutionaries

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Easy & clever Salami, Cream Cheese Roll-ups

Salty cured sausage, sweet creamy cheese, crisp buttery crackers, served with a refreshing chilled beverage...doesn't get much better than that!

Ingredients

1 pound cream cheese, room temperature
1/2 -3/4 pounds salami sliced thin (thinner is better as it rolls easier)
1/2 green pepper, thinly sliced

The three ingredients needed are raw, no actual cooking involved, but you will need a good sharp knife to cut the rolls. Slice them thin and stack them in rows between wax paper, returning them to the refrigerator.

See the step by step tutorial right here