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10 Life Hacks That Would Make Your Life Better
There's always a simple solution for everything. Take a look at these simple tricks for every day stuff, that would save you tons of time.
 
13 Awesome DIY Hacks To Organize Your Jewelry And Accessories
Do you have a ton of jewelry but you don't know how to store it neatly? If you don't want to spend a fortune on specially made jewelry storage, then these tips and hacks can help. This list presents genius storage solutions and ideas to better organize your jewelry and even display your pieces beautifully.
5 Easy Tutorials To Make Your Own Cute Purse
It's so easy to make your own cute little purse.
9 Cool Things You Can Do With a Hot Glue Gun
Some creative and easy projects you can do with a hot glue gun.
6 DIY Ideas To Better Organize Your Kitchen
Whether your Kitchen is spacious or small, use these creative ideas and hacks to better organize your kitchen and maximize the unused space and create an extra storage space. This list presents genius hacks that will help you to organize your kitchen in no time and get the most out of it.
Mason Jar Project Idea
Love the flowers in the mason jar
Love the flowers in the mason jar
 
DIY Windowpane Mirror
How to make a chic windowpane mirror out of simple hardware store materials
How to make a chic windowpane mirror out of simple hardware store materials
 
How to make your old clothes new
Step 1: You will need some bleach, a pencil with eraser, a pencil sharpener, toothpicks, and some fabric or linens. We happened to have some great navy napkins from our last shoot handy but any fabric or dark colored linen will do. 
Step 2: Add the bleach to a small jar. 
Step 3: Use the pencil sharpener to make the tip of the pencil eraser smaller. 
Step 4: Dip the eraser into the bleach. 
Step 5: Press firmly onto the fabric letting the bleach soak in. This dot will be the anchor of the firework.

Step 6: Dip the toothpick into the bleach.

Step 7: Make curved lines coming from the anchor.

Step 8: Use the tip of the eraser to embellish the firework at the end for a finishing touch.

Step 9: Finish setting your table with some pretty red, white, and blue touches!
Step 1: You will need some bleach, a pencil with eraser, a pencil sharpener, toothpicks, and some fabric or linens. We happened to have some great navy napkins from our last shoot handy but any fabric or dark colored linen will do. Step 2: Add the bleach to a small jar. Step 3: Use the pencil sharpener to make the tip of the pencil eraser smaller. Step 4: Dip the eraser into the bleach. Step 5: Press firmly onto the fabric letting the bleach soak in. This dot will be the anchor of the firework. Step 6: Dip the toothpick into the bleach. Step 7: Make curved lines coming from the anchor. Step 8: Use the tip of the eraser to embellish the firework at the end for a finishing touch. Step 9: Finish setting your table with some pretty red, white, and blue touches!
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a life hack
When you're at an airport, add "?.jpg" at the end of any URL to bypass the expensive WiFi and access the Internet for free.
When you're at an airport, add "?.jpg" at the end of any URL to bypass the expensive WiFi and access the Internet for free.
 
DIY Spring Wreath
This will be a great project for any of you like me that still have your Fall wreath hanging… I know. Bad. 
I fixed that problem though!  I made this new wreath in under 30 minutes and under $10!  Woohoo! Here is how it turned out…
This will be a great project for any of you like me that still have your Fall wreath hanging… I know. Bad. I fixed that problem though! I made this new wreath in under 30 minutes and under $10! Woohoo! Here is how it turned out…
 
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