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Don't throw those old scratched CD's away.Shatter them with a hammer(use eye protection!) and glue as a mosaic with modge podge onto a closet door.. (or practically anything)


HOW TO: Use Old CDs for Mosaic Craft Projects - DIY Kitchen Backsplash Tips and Tricks

This instructable goes into detail about how we (my partner Renier and I) created a mosaic backsplash using CDs and the tips and tricks we learned along the way.The backsplash is truly impressive. When light shines on it, it creates beautiful colorful light shows that change depending on where you are standing in relation to it. Its reflective qualities bring more light to the space, actually minimizing the need to use artificial light when working in the kitchen during the day. One of its…

from Guidinghome

30 Artistic Mosaic Ideas

Mosaic floor

from The Row House Nest

Squared Away: The Bathroom

This looks so tidy with the matching white containers to organize everything

from Window Shop Online

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from WooHome

Beautiful DIY Birdbath With Recycled DVDs

If you’re still looking for inspirations of how to make a beautiful diy birdbath for your garden, then you will get answer here. Using old CD’s or DVD’s, this Mosaic Tile Birdbath is easy to make, and will look fantastic in any garden. Continue reading for the great tutorial. Full Tutorial:

from Decor Snob

200+ Bathroom Ideas (Remodel & Decor Pictures)

bathroom #bathroom interior #bathroom interior design|

from Make and Do Crew

Popsicle Stick Hexagon Shelf -- Easy DIY Wall Art

Add some mid-century charm to your gallery wall with this DIY wall art idea. All you need is popsicle sticks, glue and some stain to make this inexpensive home decor knockout. Click to see the full tutorial and download the hexagon template. |

from Babble

Dollar Store Hack: Marble Mugs Using Nail Polish

To make these gorgeous #DIY Marble Mugs, all you need to do is pour nail polish into a container of warm water and dip your mug inside to create this cool design. It takes a little practice (and patience) to get the technique down but it’s well worth the effort.