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Decorate for less with these dollar store DIY projects. Here are some creative decorating ideas that use items found at Dollar Tree. Items That You Can Buy at Dollar Tree: Candleholders & candles Vases & jars Dishware (cups, bowls, plates, glasses) Mirrors Picture frames Storage bins Art canvases Crafting supplies (twine, florals, ribbons) Crafting Supplies You May Need: …
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This candle holder is made from a split found log and holds 5 tealights. It is wide and not tall, almost appearing to be set into the table. This candle holder is 13.5 inches long, 5 inches wide and 1.75 inches tall. Five handmade beeswax candles are included with your log! Our beeswax candles are locally made by the lovely Michael of Beeswic, here on etsy. http://www.etsy.com/shop/Beeswic Entirely reclaimed materials :: All of our wood is reclaimed and salvaged; rescued from the side of the road or scraps from Aaron’s custom furniture orders. All metal is recycled as well ,from old jewellery to scraps of electrical copper wire. Eco Finish :: We use a hard wax oil to finish most of our pieces. Hard wax oil penetrates the wood and strengthens the fibres from within without leaving a film on the surface, like varnish. It’s also completely natural and food safe. Wooden utensils and bowls intended for use with food, like our salt bowls and cooking spoons, are finished with beeswax. Caring for your item :: It is very easy to care for your B&B goods. If it was finished with beeswax, it will naturally re-coat itself with oils, but if you desire to recoat it, simply wipe it with olive, sesame or walnut oil occasionally. We recommend washing items with water, no soap, and drying them right away to lengthen the lifetime of your B&B product. Wood and liquid are not the best of friends, so stick to non-liquid foods for your bowls and spoons and refrain from submerging your B&B product in water or any other liquid. Salad dressing is fine! Production Time :: Most of our items are ready to ship, however for certain listings we custom make upon receipt of your order. Please allow 1 week to create and ship your pieces. Engraving & Customization :: Most items can be customized and engraved upon with wood burning. Please let us know in the Message to Buyer or a Convo if you are interested in this option. It will be an addition $15. Shipping Methods and Delivery Times :: If the item is “Ready to ship”, we will ship your order within three days of receipt of payment. If the shipping costs end up being less than you paid, we will immediately reimburse the difference via PayPal! If you are in Canada or the USA, we will ship your item by Accelerated Mail using Canada Post. Your item will be insured and tracked, and we will email you the tracking number. Your item should arrive between 1 and 7 days, depending on your proximity to Montreal, Canada. If you are outside of North America, your item will ship insured but without a tracking number. If you would like a tracking number, please contact me for shipping rates. If you are in Australia, your item should take approximately two weeks to arrive, however, we have had packages take up to three months to arrive. If you would like to have your item arrive faster, there is a very significant price difference – it will cost $65 and will arrive in 7 business days. we apologize for the inconvenience, but Canada Post has terrible shipping options to Australia, and we hope this will one day change. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions! You can read our full shipping, returns and payment policies here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/BlisscraftandBrazen/policy
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Mason jars are one of my favorite things. I’m usually a pretty frugal gal, but put me in an antique store with vintage jars, and I go a bit gaga. There are just so many things you can do with them! These are some of my favorite projects that I’ve found around the internet, rangingKeep Reading
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DIY knife block – I just glued together the covers of some interesting books i found at the thrift store and secured them with twine. the tight pages of the books hold the knives in place. plus at 4 dollars total cost i can afford to do this again in a few years when the books start to shred.
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I just found a tree at a garage sale for 2 bucks, cant wait to put something together for it…Very Cute !!!
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another pinner said….DIY modern perforated christmas trees…uses simple paper mache cones found at the craft store…drill a few holes (sand them a bit as needed) and spray paint white. Set a LED tealight (battery operated) under the cone for the lit up effect! Looks just like those expensive ceramic ones I saw somewhere but CHEAPER! :)
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I dont know about you, but Im constantly looking out for beautiful artwork and ideas to decorate our walls. I love changing things up and am usually re-arranging things frequently. Today, I thought Id share with you a few ideas for decoarting your walls and some free downloads Ive found around the internet. Also – look out for the coupon code to download a free print from the Maiedae print shop at the end of this post! :) watercolor // love you to the moon // I like boring …
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15 DIY Projects to make your home look more expensive. My whole motto is to decorate on a dime but make my home look like I spend thousands. As a renter, I believe you shouldnt spend too much to decorate your space. Learn how you can also tackle some classy DIY projects I found from other fabulous bloggers to make your home the best it can be.
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I may or may not be a bit of a procrastinator, and lately I’ve been holding off on organizing my kitchen. It’s only a tad messy at the moment! I’ve been trying to find different ways to clean my kitchen while adding some nice and cute touches to it, and I finally found some! I can …
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It might be the new year or the scary thought of returning to my full time job, but Im feeling very anxious about getting organized these days. I have a filing cabinet in the craft room and a couple of drawers that I use in the kitchen for important papers but, given the amount of things I lose, this system clearly isnt working for me. I think a lot of us are in the same paper-filled boat because Ive been seeing lots of sites with great command centers lately. Location. Location. Location. I love the idea of having a central place in my kitchen for all the bits and pieces and paperwork that seems to float all over my house. Ive tried using the office but the mail and important things never seem to make it down to the filing cabinet. And if I actually put the paperwork in the office/craft room immediately, I forget all about it and things get missed. Besides, dont most of us spend a big chunk of our time in or near the kitchen? Which is why Im toying with the idea of a kitchen command center of my very own. This thought sent me on a journey through the blogosphere and Pinterest to get some ideas for command centers that might work for our family. There are so many great ideas out there that I had trouble limiting my research. Sometimes I get so lost in looking at pretty pictures that I dont get much else done. Ive rounded up a few of my favorites for inspiration and to share with all of you. UPDATE- Ive added affiliate links to each idea for your convenience if you want to get started building your own command center! See our disclosure policy here. This command center from Domestic Imperfection is one of my favorites. Simple, easy, and the baskets are so adorable. The backing for the framed map is magnetic so you can pin calendars, notes, and information on the board. So clever. Im super fond of yellow at the moment and this center from The Homes I Have Made drew me in because the colors make it so darn cute. Dont you just love the bunting at the top? And those pretty baskets? And the yellow board with sticky notes is pretty awesome. I use sticky notes a lot and I like the thought of using them in a center. Once youve completed the task or project, you just toss the note. How easy is that? Stacy at Not Just a Housewife has used a blank wall beside the fridge I like how clean and organized it looks because as much as Id like the center to be near a door, I just dont have the space for that at either entrance. That slotted mail holder would hold a lot of paper. And we make a lot of paper. Oh boy, do I love this center from Better Homes and Gardens. Im starting to see a theme here….if theres something aqua or turquoise Im drawn in like a bee to honey. I wish I had the space for this. Sigh. Tons of functional space here with a built in desk and a little nook and some great desk organizers. So pretty. And that chair. Love it! Heres a great idea for a small space from Two Twenty One using just the inside of a cabinet door. Weve all got clothes pins laying around and this is a great way to put them to use organizing paper work. Clever and easily concealed, too. The Caldwell Project has the most perfect command center as far as Im concerned with wall mounted organization that makes space for everything. Theres even a separate space for keys, magazines, and cell phones. Wow! I long to be this organized. Achieving Creative Order also has a space for everything in her super organized center. Dont you just love that little bucket that holds all the pens and markers? Hmmmm…..might be a bit tempting to Liam though. The last time he got a hold of some markers from my craft room he required a bath in the middle of the day. Im pretty fond of the sleek and stylish center from One Creative Housewife, too. I dont think even I could mess that one up. I found this little gem on Pinterest but cant seem to find the original source. If anyone recognizes it, let me know and Ill be sure to credit the author. I love the table and and the signs as well as all the different spaces for belongings and papers. And that cute key that actually holds keys? Adorable! I think this center is in an entry way which sounds so practical but I just dont have the space for that. Unless Im willing to give up my foyer. Im not. I like decorating the foyer for the changing seasons way too much to let it become a command center. As for me, Im currently using the Shove it in a basket or drawer system. Keepin it real, yall. Along with the ever popular pile it on a shelf or in a corner. Now that were all clear that I live a cluttered and chaotic life you can see why a command center is such a sweet idea for me. I cant help but wonder, however, if people actually use them and they stay that neat and clean in the long haul. Because every system Ive put together has been a total fail so far. Do you use a command center? Have you kept it organized? //
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