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Plain vintage suitcases are pretty great but cover them in your favorite coordinating fabrics and your house just got cuter! Not only do they look cute in your home, they're great photo props. Decorate a nursery, stack them high in your living room, stand them up behind other items on a shelf, etc. It's an easy way to add color to your space without investing a lot of money. Keep... Continue »
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The cold weather months really put me in the mood for grilled cheese sandwiches and soups. And although Elsie and I are huge fans of a classic and simple grilled cheese sandwich, we thought it would be fun to come up with some variations for a family lunch we hosted over the weekend. Elsie also brought her panini maker over to my house, it was my first time using one... Continue »
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A storage solution for small spaces that can double as seating when you need it? Yes, please. This DIY record cabinet allows you to keep your favorite music on display and can be put together in an afternoon. All you need are some metal milk crates and supplies from your local hardware store to make your new favorite piece of furniture. Note: The image above shows clamps and a hammer.... Continue »
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I made this Display Frame for tiny collections during LA-TV yesterday and it was my favorite episode so far... we laughed, listened to music, crafted and talked about favorite things :) Unfortunately, the second half of the show didn't record and the funniest moment of my craft life wasn't captured.... Continue »
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This wreath is one of my favorite Christmas Decorations (seeing as how I only have 3 out)... I like that wreaths can stay out longer since it's more of a winter decoration than just Christmas :) This craft was part of a button Christmas Craft series I did in 2008... Continue »
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I've recently read a lot of reader requests for easy summer hairstyles. This style is so pretty. It can be styled with a daytime outfit or going out at night! Best of all, it only takes about five minutes to style! Step 1-2: Depending on the volume of your hair, separate your locks into 4-6 sections. Twist each section and roll it into a mini bun at the bottom of... Continue »