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Submitted Tips - Home Decor

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I'm loving Summer's plaque for her laundry room. She used my Cricut to cut the vinyl and added some buttons and hung some H/S crystals!

Scrappin' Mom submitted her wall embossing tutorial. Home decorating-how to emboss on your walls. Wow!

Rachel embellished her daughter's wall art by painting an Ikea frame white, glued red buttons on the edges, and used it to frame a doily found at JoAnn's craft store for $1!

Kasey submitted her tutorial on how she repurposed old frames. I love to spray paint!

Maggie did a post of a couple of her metal home decor pieces. I really like this altered frame.

Jeannie sent in her kitchen table make over; she painted and antiqued her kitchen table.

Stephanie submitted her decorating vases tip. Take a used Frap (starbucks) bottle add some cute paper and you have a cute vase that coordinates with your decor! Or it makes a unique gift!

Shari made several easy home decor items using scrapbooking supplies.

Blue submitted her Pirate bedroom make over. How to transform yer lil' Pirates bare quarters into a Pirate Den in less than 3 hours for under $50 (for those lacking surplus treasure).

Here's Alana's Changing Station Closet; creating more floor space in a nursery by turning the closet into a changing station.

Brenda submitted her tips for old chest of drawers; energize a tired chest Of drawers.

Sarah submitted her repurposed dresser. A dresser turned into catchall in kitchen (for kids stuff...everything from crafts to mittens). While you're there, also check out her Popsicle art.

I totally want to copy Shannon's Walking Workstation. Her man added a desk to her treadmill and walk while on the computer. The TV on the wall doubles as my second computer monitor.

Look at Michelle's Window Ribbon Holders. A small space requires a ready made place to hold your ribbon. With tension rods you can easily hold your ribbon, out of the way -but still in a useful place.

Make a children's headboard using artists canvas. Elizabeth took a thrift store (ugly) painting on artists canvas, painted over it with craft paint and then painted a white star on it. It now serves as her little boys headboard.

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