Damage-Free DIYs

Tuesday Feb 22nd, 2022

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Do you (or someone you live with) always change your mind when it comes to home decor and DIY projects? We've rounded up the best damage-free DIY projects that won't ruin your walls when you want something new.  1. Decorative wall arch (or any shape) You've heard of peel & stick wallpaper, or vinyl wall decals, now it's time to get creative with it. Painted arches or murals on an empty wall have become very popular, but for someone who likes to change up... [read more]

Hanukkah DIY

Wednesday Nov 10th, 2021

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Paper "Stained Glass" Menorah You will need:  - Black construction paper - Coloured tissue paper - Silver or gold tissue paper - Glue stick - Scissors or craft knife 1. Draw an outline of a menorah and candles on a piece of black construction paper with a white or light-coloured pencil. Then cut out the candles and the menorah with scissors or a craft knife.  2. Cut out rectangles slightly larger than your candle outlines using coloured tissue... [read more]

DIY Reusable Dryer Sheets

Tuesday Feb 16th, 2021

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DIY Reusable Dryer Sheets These DIY Reusable Dryer Sheets are easy and inexpensive to make! You only need a few ingredients to start making your own dryer sheets and other laundry cleaning products. Your laundry will come out smelling so good and with no static! You can make these in minutes and use them over and over again.    You will need an airtight container to store them in, multi-purpose reusable wipes, 1 cup of water and fabric... [read more]

Winter Home Maintenance Projects

Tuesday Oct 27th, 2020

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Winter Home Maintenance Projects Cabin fever getting you down? Keep moving with some small home improvement projects! The first snowflakes of winter are a magical sight for some and a chilling one for others. Many of us welcome this time to hibernate through the blizzardy days, but it's important to stay active in the winter months. If you find yourself feeling cooped up with a case of cabin fever, now is a great time to begin planning some winter home improvement projects to keep... [read more]

DIY Snowy Mason Jars

Tuesday Oct 27th, 2020

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These Christmas Tea Light holders are incredibly easy to make using unexpected items: epsom salt and glitter. They are a beautiful holiday display for flameless tea lights, or could even be used as a vase for holiday garland or flowers.   What you'll need Glass jar 1 cup epsom salt 1tbsp glitter (white or translucent) Mod Podge (or tacky glue) Sponge brush for applying the glue Twine or ribbon Small piece of greenery Hot glue gun   1.... [read more]

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