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BEST soap scum remover!!  This REALLY works well.  After trying a few other Pinterest suggestions, I made this.  It's odd, but it's GREAT.  Make a vinegar "gel" by thickening vinegar with cornstarch.  The vinegar CLINGS to what ever you spray it on...thus gives it more time to work.  A little detergent cuts grease.  I heated 1 cup of vinegar and 1 T corn starch in the microwave for 2 minutes.  Add 2 T dish detergent and put it in a spay bottle.  Spray. Wait 1hr. Wipe. Rinse.

BEST soap scum remover!! This REALLY works well. After trying a few other Pinterest suggestions, I made this. It's odd, but it's GREAT. Make a vinegar "gel" by thickening vinegar with cornstarch. The vinegar CLINGS to what ever you spray it on...thus gives it more time to work. A little detergent cuts grease. I heated 1 cup of vinegar and 1 T corn starch in the microwave for 2 minutes. Add 2 T dish detergent and put it in a spay bottle. Spray. Wait 1hr. Wipe. Rinse.

Calender blocks

definitely find scraps from Home Depot, too.  (I'm at the point now where my Home Depot men just give me scraps for free!  Love it!)   I painted them all a nice espresso brown, and mod-podged my paper on--which I distressed of course.  I cut the vinyl for the numbers and months on my Cricut.  I wanted to be able to interchange my months, so I just put velcro on the wood base with matching velcro on the months. I store the other months in a bag near by.

definitely find scraps from Home Depot, too. (I'm at the point now where my Home Depot men just give me scraps for free! Love it!) I painted them all a nice espresso brown, and mod-podged my paper on--which I distressed of course. I cut the vinyl for the numbers and months on my Cricut. I wanted to be able to interchange my months, so I just put velcro on the wood base with matching velcro on the months. I store the other months in a bag near by.

DIY Watercolor Pillows

What you'll need: 
pillowcase, 
acrylic paint or fabric paint (not watercolors), 
water, 
brushes, 
card board, 
paint mixing surface.

What you'll need: pillowcase, acrylic paint or fabric paint (not watercolors), water, brushes, card board, paint mixing surface.

DIY Key Rack From Old Keys

I do have an extensive collection of old keys that i dont know what to do with

I do have an extensive collection of old keys that i dont know what to do with