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Home Decorating Tips for The DIYer

This season of pandemic got many of us doing the things we never would think we would do like baking, online shirts painting, drawing, and even home décor. With that note, here are some home decorating tips that you can follow to make your home décor more aesthetically pleasing while not losing all of its home purposes.
Front Doors First
Front doors are what welcomes your visitors first and it should be the basis of the tone you will be using throughout the entire house. Colors have meanings, red meaning welcome, or haven while yellow and orange are associated with joy and warmth. Use …

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DIY: Easy Desktop Calendar

This desk calendar is easy to make and personalize.
You will need: 

8″ x 12″ wooden shadow box
Sandpaper
26 pieces of 2 1/2″ x 5″ kraft paper hang tags
Drill
3 shoulder hooks
Pentel pens, colors of choice

How to make it: 

Sand the shadow box until its surfaces become smooth.
Place three kraft tags inside the box and adjust the spacing so that the three are equidistant from each other.
Mark the spots where you want to hang each kraft tag, then drill a hole for each….

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DIY Tips for Ring Towel Holders

Looking for ways to maximize storage in your bathroom or kitchen without limiting elegance? Have a holder that can hold up to three towels, but for the space of one.
For this DIY project, you will need:

3 pieces of 1 1/2-inch ribbon, cut in 16, 20, and 24 inches, respectively
4 wooden rings
3 double-cap rivets
Puncher
Anvil
Rivet setter
Hammer

How to make it:

Set one wooden ring as the top hanger.
Bend the ribbon in half and place the “top hanger” wooden ring and another wooden ring (for the bottom …

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DIY: Throw Pillow Covers

If you have some cute or cool oversized t-shirts which you won’t use anymore then, why not turn them into throw pillow covers?
You will need: 

XL t-shirt or even larger
Pins
Scissors
Ruler

How to make it: 

Lay the shirt on a flat surface and pin the front and back parts of the t-shirt together.
Cut out the sleeves and the neckline of the shirt. Be sure that when you cut, go as close to the edges as much as you can, so there will be more fabric to work on later.
Fold the shirt lengthwise, then crosswise. …

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