Do you love to DIY? Do you know these DIY hacks? If not, they’re about to change the way you do EVERYTHING.
Doing laundry is tough, but keeping track of how everything should be washed is even tougher? What do those laundry symbols even mean? Never guess again with this laundry symbol print out. Your clothes will be in tip top shape for years to come!
Planning a party? Use balloons and melted chocolate to make your own edible candy bowls. Dip the end of a balloon in some chocolate and then let it sit in the balloon. Wouldn’t a sundae with an edible bowl be the best?
Planning a home remodel? Use magnets to find the studs in your home. The magnets will attach to the studs, telling where you can (and can’t) demolish items! Great idea, huh?
Installing crown molding can be a daunting task! However, you can get the look of crown molding without spending big bucks! Learn how to install your crown molding without any tools! You’re friends will be begging you to install this in their own homes!
Make your kitchen look totally fancy by installing glass hardware to your cabinetry. Granted, your cabinets will have to ALWAYS be organized, but the glass will make your kitchen look instantly better.
Caulk can do a lot for your kitchen or bathroom! Cracked caulk looks the worst, but you can make your bathroom look incredible with this DIY guide! Caulking is easy, and this guide from How to Nest for Less will help you keep yours in tip top shape.
I know, I know, this looks ridiculous! But it will actually help you whenever a ladder is needed. Use a pair of old sneakers as a “ladder bumper” to keep your ladder from scuffing up your paint job.
Popcorn ceilings are the absolute worst! Keep yours looking great, and in order with these DIY ideas! The best part is that you don’t even have to scrape away your old popcorned ceiling!
Want to know the best way to brighten up your kitchen? Paint stripes on the floor! Lindsay and Drew shows her readers how to paint their kitchen and make it look absolutely incredible.
Do you live in a snowy area? It seems like all garage floors are puddle prone. Keep the harsh salt away from your tools by creating a “dam” like the one pictured. Come summer, this will remove quite nicely but it will make your garage look amazing and dirt free come winter.
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