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I don’t keep flowers in my home nearly as much as I should. That cheerful burst of color on a table or at your bedside is the perfect way to brighten up a rainy day or bring a bit of summer inside once the weather turns cool. Read more »

Ursula -Oct 20, 2014, 1:00PM
I dried (by accident) a bunch of hydrangeas and they dried beautifully! Thank you for your guide ;) pinning!
Erika -Oct 05, 2014, 9:24PM
Thanks for this post!!! I've been drying flowers for years and find the hanging method to work really well! I'm going to try the silica beads method next! After my flowers are totally dry, I spritz them with hair spray. This keeps them lasting much longer. I've also sprayed them with spray glue and sprinkled glitter on them, it makes them look so gorgeous!

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There’s a certain feeling that comes from creating something with your own two hands. No matter what it may be, the time and effort put forth always leaves a reward, and the satisfying feeling of accomplishment.
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cgull -Oct 06, 2014, 8:39PM
this turned out great!
Aman -Oct 02, 2014, 12:11PM
that is so cool! http://lifturbum.blogspot.ca

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Post image for How To Emboss Velvet

Wool in winter, cotton in spring, silk for summer, I love how each season brings with it opportunities to play with new fabrics and textures. Read more »

Laura -Oct 02, 2014, 3:33PM
This is an amazing idea. Where do you have those stamps from?
Susan -Sep 30, 2014, 4:07PM
Wow that's so incredibly cool!!! The Weaver Of Words.....give me 15 words and I'll tell you a tale www.averyfairytale.wordpress.com

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Post image for 4 Tricks For Cleaning With Lavender

Just like a lot of you out there, I’m the type who’s elated to be constantly creating (read: making a huge mess), but when it comes time to make the house look presentable again, I’d simply rather not. I have found, though, that when the cleaning process is combined with the beauty of aromatherapy, it can truly be quite enjoyable. Read more »

Lorna -Oct 14, 2014, 1:13PM
Love this! I'm currently doing a series on my blog of recipes using lavender, but I hadn't thought of cleaning with it! Fab post, great ideas! Lorna ✿ www.naturally-bee.blogspot.co.uk ✿
Mossy -Oct 09, 2014, 6:38AM
This is such an inspiring post - I love the idea of dropping dried lavender on the floor and then vacuuming it up again. I have two lavender plants, one very old, one a year-old cutting from the first, and I've done a load more cuttings this year - not only is it a beautiful plant, but I love that it has so many uses!

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Post image for The Beauty Of Sashiko Stitching

Buttons, threads, embroidery… beyond an intentional hole or some light distressing, there are so many beautiful ways to make your clothes truly your own. Read more »

jenny -Nov 12, 2014, 5:46PM
Nice patterns!
nikki crown -Sep 25, 2014, 2:58AM
This is so cute! Love the brown on the pocket <3 I'm totally gonna try this on a pair of shorts I have http://nikkicrown.com

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Post image for Expand Your Closet With This Hat Band DIY

My favorite kind of accessories are the ones that instantly expand the options already existing in my closet: A statement belt, a removable collar, and hat bands to name just a few. The latter of those three just happens to be a ridiculously easy DIY that you can whip up in mere minutes. Read more »

Jules -Sep 21, 2014, 11:30AM
this is such a great idea! www.graail.com
Zoe -Sep 19, 2014, 3:20PM
they look so good! love how they transform each hat. Zoe www.bohomixology.com

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Post image for DIY Hoop & Yarn Wall Hanging For Your Home

I love adding new visual elements to my home: A piece of artwork created by a close friend, a photograph taped to a wall, or something small created with my own two hands. Read more »

Maïa -Sep 19, 2014, 7:07AM
This is a nice idea ! It looks like a dreamcatcher ! x, Maïa http://www.wildandfolkheart.com
kate -Sep 17, 2014, 2:29PM
https://vimeo.com/105924541 remind me this <3

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Post image for Fall Container Planting DIY With Terrain

Changing up your decor is a great way to visually transition to a new season. Read more »

Ashley -Sep 10, 2014, 5:50PM
Thank you for the inspiration, I am in the middle of getting my planters fall ready. http://charcoalandash.blogspot.com
Alexandra -Sep 10, 2014, 12:57PM
I adore the look of this but I am SO BAD at keeping plants alive - especially in my office space where I'd love some. Warm Regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com

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Post image for How To Take A Better Self-Portrait

Sometimes the only camera I feel truly comfortable in front of is the one with no one behind it.  Read more »

Piper -Nov 02, 2014, 12:02PM
What kind of camera is this?
Matthew Pike -Oct 01, 2014, 11:31AM
I've struggled in the past with it not focusing on the correct area so I'll try that tip out. I should buy a remote too. Great, helpful post.

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Post image for How To Care For Cashmere

Cashmere. The name alone brings to mind feather-light luxury. Read more »

-Oct 07, 2014, 6:36AM
what does ringing it out do to the cashmere? Thank you in advance
Kate -Sep 14, 2014, 12:11PM
Where can I buy it?

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Post image for Customize Your Carry-On With A DIY Luggage Tag

How many times have you found yourself standing in baggage claim, a parade of nearly identical black bags marching before you, completely bewildered as to which one belongs to you? Read more »

Colby -Sep 28, 2014, 10:59PM
Amazing!
Lauren -Sep 24, 2014, 12:21PM
This is such a great idea! I will defiantly make this to help fins my bland luggage. This is such a time saver, and not one that looks incredibly ugly. This colorful bag tag will be stylish at the same time as being helpful. And the best part, it's not expensive, you make it yourself!

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Post image for DIY Fruit Rind Air Fresheners

This little trick that I’m about to introduce you to might just be the simplest and most natural way to get rid of bad odors.  Read more »

Ella -Nov 16, 2014, 7:03AM
This looks interesting to try. I love fresh citrus smell.
Shannon -Nov 11, 2014, 9:29PM
I gave this a shot and unfortunately within the same day, the salt softened the rind, causing it to leak in a big salty citrus-puddle all over my counter. Any idea what went wrong here? There were no holes or cracks in the rind "cup". Do you ever line the interior of the rind with oil perhaps to prevent the salt from rapidly breaking down the citrus rind?

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