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Patching Screw Holes in Walls
This project shows how to patch a hole in your wall, after removing a screw, properly before painting over it again. It is cheap and easy to do and it doesn't take very long to do.
This easy simple project only takes about 10 minutes. It could work as just a simple home decor project and could be made as big as you want.
Getting Rid of Pilling on Laundry
We all have that favorite sweatshirt or blanket that accidentally got put in the dryer. Well there is a way to get rid of almost all of the balled up lint that has been stuck there. Just take a razor preferably new and run it over the fuzzies stuck to your sweatshirt.
No More Frayed Bracelets
Every young girl loves friendship bracelets and we all know they always end up fraying and falling apart. To keep this from happening just simply grab a lighter, literally any type of lighter will work.
Small Sandy Beach Display
Make a cute display of your sand and shells collected from wherever you please that you could even make into a magnet and hang it on your fridge.
This is easy to make and only takes a couple minutes. If you made a card and have no envelopes you can just make this one out of regular printer paper.
Hanging a Coat Rack on a Door
Colored Paper Triangle Wall Decor
Cell Phone Holder
Display Graduation Announcements
Fabric Covered Recycled Box
Popsicle Stick Wall Arrow
Use a K Cup for Seed Starter
Tinfoil for Easy Clean Up
Easily Hang a Tapestry
Keep Batteries Inside Remote
Use Tack to Make Extra Hole in Sandals
Hang Posters with Washi Tape
Soft Scrub for Clean White Shoes
Recycled Box Notebooks
Jar Snow Globe
Pipe Cleaner Cat
Valentine's Day Card
Christmas Box Decoration
Izzie (Short Hair)
Small Drawstring Bag
Cute Fabric Bow
Kitty (Tabby Barn Cat)
Zeus (Shih Tzu and Bichon Frisé Mix)
Khaleesi (Labrador Retriever)
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