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Complete household sell out - very new - for students or a new start

How to Install a Backsplash • Learn how to install a kitchen or bathroom backsplash with tutorials from these talented bloggers, complete with instructions and tips!

How to Install a Backsplash • Learn how to install a kitchen or bathroom backsplash with tutorials from these talented bloggers, complete with instructions and tips!

When decorating small spaces it’s great to have items that serve double duty. Like this memo board from Umbra. Show off your friends and family, while the bold turquoise adds a stylish pop of color to your room. Online only.

When decorating small spaces it’s great to have items that serve double duty. Like this memo board from Umbra. Show off your friends and family, while the bold turquoise adds a stylish pop of color to your room. Online only.

DIY Kitchen Makeover Ideas - Cheap Projects Projects You Can Make On A Budget - Cabinets, Counter Tops, Paint Tutorials, Islands and Faux Granite. Tutorials and Step by Step Instructions http://diyjoy.com/diy-kitchen-makeovers

DIY Kitchen Makeover Ideas - Cheap Projects Projects You Can Make On A Budget - Cabinets, Counter Tops, Paint Tutorials, Islands and Faux Granite. Tutorials and Step by Step Instructions http://diyjoy.com/diy-kitchen-makeovers

An idea for my bookcases....(with color)  This Simple Bookcase Update Will Change the Whole Room

An idea for my bookcases....(with color) This Simple Bookcase Update Will Change the Whole Room

I made these awesome chairs by following the directions on the link below.   The only modification I made was to use PVC cement on the connectors (except where I put the fabric in so I could change them if need be).  She said her chairs were about $11 a piece. Mine were closer to $19 (the cement was $3.49) but worth it!  http://quelinda-crafts.blogspot.com/2011/12/diy-toddler-chairs-made-out-of-pvc-pipe.html?m=1

I made these awesome chairs by following the directions on the link below. The only modification I made was to use PVC cement on the connectors (except where I put the fabric in so I could change them if need be). She said her chairs were about $11 a piece. Mine were closer to $19 (the cement was $3.49) but worth it! http://quelinda-crafts.blogspot.com/2011/12/diy-toddler-chairs-made-out-of-pvc-pipe.html?m=1

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