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Invisble Towel Shelf

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i got this from http://www.organize-it-online.com

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Small Space Solution

The compact furniture was designed by four university students in May 2007 ..Taking up less space than 4 m2 including

“bookshelf, double bed, sofa or corner sofa, and a dinner table or sofa table”… and Other additional features included are: four stools, 12 seats, working space, a wardrobe, a cleaning products box, storage drawers and folder storage …

WOOOW! here are some pics

for more info visit Matroshka

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Milk Crates

here are some pictures and ideas of how you can transform the milk crate to a nice piece of furniture in your home!

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Picket Fence

this will solve the problem of  “Wires All Over The Place”

here are some pics of the picket fence by Karl Zahn


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flower fairy lights

this is the way of makin a fairy lights using egg cartoon cups.. i really love it its a gr8 idea to recycle the egg cartoon with.

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-Save different colored egg cartons

-separate cup using a scissors

-trim the edges of each cup to form flower petals

-Starting at the cup opening, make a short slit into each side of the cup. Then simply insert one LED bulb into each “flower”. Using a one-hole paper punch, make decorative holes on the flowers. See photos for pattern ideas, or invent your own!

peace


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License Plates

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so i saw this in do it your self mag ..if you have a bare wall ,, think about using the license plates as a wall art.. it will change the room for sure!

First map out where each plate should go, and then screw them all to a large sheet of plywood. Hang the grouping on a strong wall.

peace

Moona

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Paper Wall Animals

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by hgtv

This is a fresh way of decorating your child’s room using vibrant materials you have around the house. Download these stencils then follow the steps below.

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Tools and Supplies:

  • Old wrapping paper, old wallpaper remnants
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • craft glue
  • Smoothing tool or credit card

How To:

  1. Using the animal stencils or using your own design, trace your desired animal shape onto the back of the chose wallpaper or wrapping paper
  2. Cut out the shapes
  3. Using the craft glue generously coat the back of the shapes
  4. Stick the shape to the wall where you would like it and smooth out any excess glue and bubbles with the smoothing tool working from the centre of the shape outwards.

that easy.. i luved it , it would change the entire room!

peace!

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