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a l e y Hoch dream jar. except for this could be our 'bucket list' and we could draw out random things and then do them! maybe in a perfect world when we have a ton of mulah. we can dream, though. that's why it's called a dream jar.

Smile... It Could Be Worse :) by Antonella Fanelli

Looking for some easy teen room decor ideas for girls? These 22 easy teen room decor ideas will have your teenage girl screaming in excitement.

This jar of dreams project is easy for teens to write down their hopes, dreams, and goals. All you need is some colored paper, a pen, and some inspiration!

How To Make A Melted Crayon Wall Decor  http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/yc0p  Now you can hang your own canvas masterpiece with the use of crayons and a hair dryer. Use your imagination and create different shapes using different colors.   Isn't this a great project to do with the kids?

How To Make A Melted Crayon Wall Decor Now you can hang your own canvas masterpiece with the use of crayons and a hair dryer. Use your imagination and create different shapes using different colors. Isn't this a great project to do with the kids?

Melted Crayon art (love the little black figures)

Make Melted Crayon Art

Room Decor DIY: All you do is line crayons or colored wax at the top of a canvas. Then you burn the wax so it melts down the canvas leaving trails of color !

Crayon Art

DIY: Crayon Art Tutorial - using a blow dryer, melt crayons onto a canvas. Great way to use brokn crayons! This would be a fun addition to the kiddo's room! This would be a fun addition to the kiddo's room!

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. | MakeAndDoCrew.com

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. via Jess @ Make and Do Crew

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