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DIY Plate Hangers using Household items

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DIY Plate Hangers I LOVE plate walls! I love seeing a collection of pretty plates hung gallery style on about any wall. I think its just stunning. Plus, it can be a cheap way to decorate your walls…except when it comes to plate hangers. Those little buggers are expensive! They can run you upwards of $5 a piece! That’s crazy business! Because you can make your own for almost FREE! Years ago, I happened upon this article and I decided to try it out. The gal super glued paper clips to the back of her plates to create plate hooks. I [&hellip

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Delicious Watermelon Salsa Recipe

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Watermelon Salsa If your family is anything like mine, we make it through about oh, half of a watermelon….and then magically, nobody wants to eat watermelon anymore. Magically. Or is it just MY family?! Well, here is my solution to this summertime happy problem, dilemma, whatever you want to call it…. Turn it into Watermelon Salsa! This salsa is sweet and spicy and simply AMAZING! Its seriously addicting. It tickles your tongue with a pleasant sweetness with a little tart from the onions. Then hits you with a jalapeño kick. Delicious!!  I like to keep my Watermelon Salsa simple using [&hellip

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How to Make Pom Pom Trim Tutorial

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How to Make Pom Pom Trim Hey guys! Today I have a tutorial to help you make your own diy pom pom trim. Normally, I have no problem buying pom-pom trim, but recently I was giving our outdoor umbrella an upgrade, and I really wanted to add a large pom-pom trim to the bottom. I needed about six yards of trim, and the one I wanted was $8 a yard, which meant nearly $50 bucks in total for my project! That was way more than I wanted to spend, so I decided to try it make my own pom pom [&hellip

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DIY Travel Sandbox Gift Idea

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Hi everyone, it’s Vanessa from Tried & True and I’m back with another quick and easy tutorial to entertain the dirt loving kids in your life! My nephew’s third birthday is coming up and he’s absolutely obsessed with anything having to do with construction vehicles and tools. I saw a great miniature sandbox set at a local toy boutique but knew I could easily make it for 1/3 of the price! DIY Travel Sandbox Tutorial Materials: Construction Vehicle Toys ($1 each at Dollar Tree or Amazon) Small Pebbles ($1 per bag) Miniature Yard Tools ($2.39 at craft store) Wood Box ($2 at thrift store) Sand [&hellip

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Small Craft Room TOUR – Vanessa at Tried & True Blog

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If you have a small craft room/space, then this is a must read for you! Vanessa is here to show off her tiny craft room and how she utilizes every tiny inch of the small space she has. I have to admit, Vanessa’s small craft room is seriously one of my favorite craft room tours we’ve had on here! I love her brilliant use of the little space she has. Truly inspiring. Enjoy! -Linda Small Craft Room Hi everyone, my name is Vanessa Brady and I blog over at Tried & True. Like most of you, I am a craft fanatic [&hellip

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