How to prevent the kink from happening when using foam tubing to make a wreath. Other options - hanger wire threaded down the middle or by ilene
ilene
ilene How to prevent the kink from happening when using foam tubing to make a wreath. Other options - hanger wire threaded down the middle or
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How to prevent the kink from happening when using foam tubing to make a wreath! by ilene
ilene
ilene How to prevent the kink from happening when using foam tubing to make a wreath!
Ggma's wreath of the month club
How to prevent the kink from happening when using foam tubing to make a wreath! Would have been super helpful when I made my burlap wreath by ilene
ilene
ilene How to prevent the kink from happening when using foam tubing to make a wreath! Would have been super helpful when I made my burlap wreath
Ggma's wreath of the month club
Don't want to pay for those expensive wreath forms? Make your own using foam tubing. This stuff can be found at hardware stores for less by leta
leta
leta Don't want to pay for those expensive wreath forms? Make your own using foam tubing. This stuff can be found at hardware stores for less
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Valentines : TUTORIAL of how to make a Heart Wreath using a hanger!  Easy and affordable way to decorate! #valentines #crafts #yearofcelebrations by nicole
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nicole Valentines : TUTORIAL of how to make a Heart Wreath using a hanger! Easy and affordable way to decorate! #valentines #crafts #yearofcelebrations
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How to make mesh wreath - and like 80+ other wreaths from tipjunkie by lhjacobs
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How-To: Wire Hanger Washi Tape Organizer from Silly Old Suitcase via Make Magazine by Tahnz A.T
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When planting new plants put a layer of wet newspapers down and then cover with mulch to prevent weeds from growing. Make sure the by jackie
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jackie When planting new plants put a layer of wet newspapers down and then cover with mulch to prevent weeds from growing. Make sure the
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Burlap wreath... 1/2 yard each 2 different colors cut into 6inch strips. T pins . Styrofoam wreath. Cut burlap in strips . Wrap wreath in one color and pin. Pin opposite strips in "bubbles" along front side. Pin down each fold hiding the pin ended the folds.  There is no pattern , just put your fabric bubbles where you want them . Use one strip to make your hanger , tie a simple knot. Cut other strip in half and use to tie your bow. by leta
leta
leta Burlap wreath... 1/2 yard each 2 different colors cut into 6inch strips. T pins . Styrofoam wreath. Cut burlap in strips . Wrap wreath in one color and pin. Pin opposite strips in "bubbles" along front side. Pin down each fold hiding the pin ended the folds. There is no pattern , just put your fabric bubbles where you want them . Use one strip to make your hanger , tie a simple knot. Cut other strip in half and use to tie your bow.
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Kirk's Garden Potting Bench from GardenWeb.  Fabulous! Junk and other goodies make a wonderful potting area.   {Kirk (kirkus in WA) on Gardenweb } When you click on the picture on The Decorated House, it goes to Gardenweb with Kirk's post on how he made it! by tiquis-miquis
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tiquis-miquis Kirk's Garden Potting Bench from GardenWeb. Fabulous! Junk and other goodies make a wonderful potting area. {Kirk (kirkus in WA) on Gardenweb } When you click on the picture on The Decorated House, it goes to Gardenweb with Kirk's post on how he made it!
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DIY Tip of the Day: Better Paint Storage. Make pouring and storing paint a breeze. Save all your liquid laundry detergent jugs. Wash them out and you won’t find a better way to store paint. No more rusty lids, paint splatters from tapping the lids closed, dried-out paint or runs down the side of the can when pouring. The spout works great for dispensing paint. Just fill the jugs using a funnel and you’re good to go. by love_l
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love_l DIY Tip of the Day: Better Paint Storage. Make pouring and storing paint a breeze. Save all your liquid laundry detergent jugs. Wash them out and you won’t find a better way to store paint. No more rusty lids, paint splatters from tapping the lids closed, dried-out paint or runs down the side of the can when pouring. The spout works great for dispensing paint. Just fill the jugs using a funnel and you’re good to go.
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Fake Ice - Make a square foil mold using a small block of wood.  Fill with plastic jewelry beads and cook in the oven for about 20 minutes at 375 degrees.  Monitor as the cubes bake. If the melting beads get lower than you want, throw some more in. Once melted pull from the oven and let cool. Depending on how well you made your mold, you might have to file some edges down.  And there you have it, fake ice... by Susan Hanks Marscellas
Susan Hanks Marscellas
Susan Hanks Marscellas Fake Ice - Make a square foil mold using a small block of wood. Fill with plastic jewelry beads and cook in the oven for about 20 minutes at 375 degrees. Monitor as the cubes bake. If the melting beads get lower than you want, throw some more in. Once melted pull from the oven and let cool. Depending on how well you made your mold, you might have to file some edges down. And there you have it, fake ice...
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Nutritionists Reveal the Biggest Weight-Loss Mistakes - If you're no stranger to the struggles of trying to lose weight, the solution might be a few tweaks to your regimen. We enlisted the expertise from three nutritionists — Stephanie Clarke, RD, and Willow Jarosh, RD, of C&J Nutrition, as well as Mitzi Dulan, RD, author of The Pinterest Diet: How to Pin Your Way Thin and CLIF Bar nutrition partner. Check out what they say are the biggest mistakes most people make when trying to slim down. by ivy
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ivy Nutritionists Reveal the Biggest Weight-Loss Mistakes - If you're no stranger to the struggles of trying to lose weight, the solution might be a few tweaks to your regimen. We enlisted the expertise from three nutritionists — Stephanie Clarke, RD, and Willow Jarosh, RD, of C&J Nutrition, as well as Mitzi Dulan, RD, author of The Pinterest Diet: How to Pin Your Way Thin and CLIF Bar nutrition partner. Check out what they say are the biggest mistakes most people make when trying to slim down.
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Poison Ivy, Oak & Sumac can ruin a great day spent outdoors. Coming in contact with their toxic leaves, stems and roots can give you a horrible itchy..possibly oozey rash that can last 1 to 3 weeks   ***  The above pictures are left to right…Poison Ivy – Poison Oak – Poison Sumac ***  Learn to identify and avoid these toxic enemies…  Poison Ivy - Poison Ivy has 3 leaves on a single red stem and grow on a vine. New leaves are light green and have scalloped edges.  Poison Oak – Poison Oak also has 3 leaves  and grows more shrub like. Leaves are similar to those of an Oak tree.  Poison Sumac -  Poison Sumac grows as a shrub or small tree with groups of 7 or more leaves with pointed tips.  The sap contained in this plants…Urushiol Oil…is evil element that causes your misery.  Urushiol oil is released when the plant is damaged in some way.   You can come in contact directly with the plant or indirectly via a pet or clothing that has been exposed. A rash will form within 12 to 48 hours after exposure.  If you develop a rash & / or weeping blisters…as hard as it is…try not to scratch or rub the affected areas. Doing so can cause the rash to spread and possibly cause infection.  Here are a few remedies that may help…  Rubbing Alcohol – Apply rubbing alcohol to your skin to dissolve the urushiol oil. The oil seeps slowly into your skin…rubbing alcohol will help prevent spreading. Cool Water – Rinse your skin with cool water..never hot or warm! Hot / warm water opens your pores allowing more toxins into your skin. Nails – If you’re scratched or touch the leaves of the plants…scrub your nails clean with a nail brush to remove any residual oil. Throw away the nail brush when you’re done!! Chilled Fruit Rinds – Apply a chilled watermelon rind or banana peel to the infected area if possible. The banana will be soothing…the watermelon stays cold longer for extended relief. Tea – Draw a coolish bath and add 12 Chamomile tea bags to the bath water. Chamomile has anti inflammatory properties and will soothe the itch. Apple Cider Vinegar – To expedite healing…apply vinegar to the infected area with a cotton ball…leave on for 20 -30 mins. then rinse with a mixture of equal parts cool water and apple cider vinegar. Pat to dry….do not reuse towel without washing it!!! Oatmeal Bath – Oatmeal has soothing and calming properties and will help give you relief from the itch. Be sure not to bath in hot water!! Cold Compress – A cold compress can instantly soothe irritation and itching. Vicks Vapor Rub – The thought of this may make you cringe…but it works like a charm. It can dry up your blisters and promote healing in no time. Dab…not rub…vapor rub on your infected skin using a cotton ball. Cover with gauge or bandage….repeat 2 to 3 times a day. Hemorrhoid Ointment – This will give you relief from irritation, swelling and itch. …. by Widmerpool
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Widmerpool Poison Ivy, Oak & Sumac can ruin a great day spent outdoors. Coming in contact with their toxic leaves, stems and roots can give you a horrible itchy..possibly oozey rash that can last 1 to 3 weeks ***  The above pictures are left to right…Poison Ivy – Poison Oak – Poison Sumac *** Learn to identify and avoid these toxic enemies… Poison Ivy - Poison Ivy has 3 leaves on a single red stem and grow on a vine. New leaves are light green and have scalloped edges. Poison Oak – Poison Oak also has 3 leaves  and grows more shrub like. Leaves are similar to those of an Oak tree. Poison Sumac -  Poison Sumac grows as a shrub or small tree with groups of 7 or more leaves with pointed tips. The sap contained in this plants…Urushiol Oil…is evil element that causes your misery.  Urushiol oil is released when the plant is damaged in some way.   You can come in contact directly with the plant or indirectly via a pet or clothing that has been exposed. A rash will form within 12 to 48 hours after exposure. If you develop a rash & / or weeping blisters…as hard as it is…try not to scratch or rub the affected areas. Doing so can cause the rash to spread and possibly cause infection. Here are a few remedies that may help… Rubbing Alcohol – Apply rubbing alcohol to your skin to dissolve the urushiol oil. The oil seeps slowly into your skin…rubbing alcohol will help prevent spreading. Cool Water – Rinse your skin with cool water..never hot or warm! Hot / warm water opens your pores allowing more toxins into your skin. Nails – If you’re scratched or touch the leaves of the plants…scrub your nails clean with a nail brush to remove any residual oil. Throw away the nail brush when you’re done!! Chilled Fruit Rinds – Apply a chilled watermelon rind or banana peel to the infected area if possible. The banana will be soothing…the watermelon stays cold longer for extended relief. Tea – Draw a coolish bath and add 12 Chamomile tea bags to the bath water. Chamomile has anti inflammatory properties and will soothe the itch. Apple Cider Vinegar – To expedite healing…apply vinegar to the infected area with a cotton ball…leave on for 20 -30 mins. then rinse with a mixture of equal parts cool water and apple cider vinegar. Pat to dry….do not reuse towel without washing it!!! Oatmeal Bath – Oatmeal has soothing and calming properties and will help give you relief from the itch. Be sure not to bath in hot water!! Cold Compress – A cold compress can instantly soothe irritation and itching. Vicks Vapor Rub – The thought of this may make you cringe…but it works like a charm. It can dry up your blisters and promote healing in no time. Dab…not rub…vapor rub on your infected skin using a cotton ball. Cover with gauge or bandage….repeat 2 to 3 times a day. Hemorrhoid Ointment – This will give you relief from irritation, swelling and itch. ….
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