Cast a cool glow with this high-style, low-cost lamp.

Grab a utility knife and follow these easy steps to create your own.

Cut the square ends off the Flex-A-Spout.

Fold the rope light in half and push it through the Flex-A-Spout. Be sure to leave the electrical plug hanging out of one end.

Twist the Flex-a-Spout into the desired shape.

Plug in the rope light, and you're ready to glow.


Decoupage your dream headboard


We came across this amazing headboard project on the Ideas blog. This headboard is so beautiful and you can totally use a different template and color.

You will need

• headboard template
• edge decoration
• 16mm SupaWood
• universal undercoat
• enamel paint in the colour of your choice
• paint rollers and brushes
• paint trays
• drop sheets
modge podge and varnish
• masking tape
craft knife
• scissors

And a litle bit of a patience and carefulness. Go to Ideas for the full tutorial and template


And the result is inexpensive and elegant headboard for your home!

The Tip for today!

Pretty cool tip!

The clothespin keeps the spoon from sliding into the pot :) Why didn't I think of that!!!

Source Martha Stewart

Coconut Mango Mojitos


Coconut Mango Mojitos

makes 1 mojito, but is easily quadrupled


6-8 fresh mint leaves

2 1/2 ounces of mint simple syrup

1 ounce of coconut rum

1 1/2 ounces of club soda

1-2 ounces of mango puree

the juice of one lime

Read the full directions on How Sweet It Is

Glow in the Dark Pebbles Stones for Walkway


Line a walkway, edge a flower bed or fill a planter with these unique acrylic glow in the dark pebbles. After being exposed to daylight, these pebbles glow (yellow green)in the dark and the glow lasts approximately two to three hours after full sun exposure. Do you want your garden or yard to look different from your neighbors' at night? Get these at Amazon... and you won't regret!

How to Make Fairy Bowls for the Fairy Party

Really cute idea from

Here’s what you need: 
White glue
Paint brushes
Green, pink and yellow (or any color)  tissue paper and 
Evergreens and acorn tops.

1. Find evergreens and acorn tops outside. Spread them out and dry.
2. Blow up the balloons to the size of bowl you want to make. Cut a length of jute and tie it around the end of the balloon.
3. Cut the green tissue paper into long, thick strips. Cut the other colors into smaller pieces. Take the glue and water it down just a little bit to make it easier to spread. Start by wrapping a few pieces of green around the balloon and gluing them down, mix the other colors in, then start layering the green on to make a bowl around the balloon.
4. Once you get through a few layers, start adding in the evergreens and acorns, wrapping the green tissue paper and glue it down.
5. After you’ve got enough layers, hang the balloon in a window overnight to dry.
6. The next day, take the balloons down and carefully pop the balloon, peeling it out of the bowl. Take the jute off of the top of the balloon.
7. Punch holes in either side of the bowl near the top and string the jute through them.
Courtesy of Our Big Earth