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DIY: Easy Nail polish rack 1) spice rack 2) can of spray paint, preferably something that adheres to metal 3) lots of nail polish (use what you have) You can choose to hang it or have it sit somewhere. Also you can opt for an oversized candy dish and put your polish in there.

Skip the Easter bonnet and opt for this quick DIY floral headband made with metallic golden roses.

For a unique border in your garden, you might want to opt for vertical metal pipes. After being buried, they can be filled with rocks or soil, and can even act as a container to grow smaller plants.ProsVery sturdy, permanent constructionCan be used to grow plantsEasy maintenanceConsGradual rusting of the metal (though that look might be desired)Possibly expensive

Install a metal grommet on the back of each rain boot. Loop a piece of burlap ribbon through grommets. Place a 3-inch-wide cylindrical vase in both boot heels; stabilize with tissue paper if needed. Fill vase with water and seasonal blooms. (We used a mix of hydrangeas and daisies.) Tie ends of ribbon together and hang on a nail.

<b>Reasons why camping in the winter is actually better:</b> There are no bugs, the wildlife is in hibernation, and no one but you is crazy enough to be out there in the arctic temperature.

Have you seen those metal garden spheres? They look like this…. I love the look of them, but not the price. So, I’ve been trying to find a metal that I could use to make them. It had to be thin and flexible. And not too expensive…otherwise, I might as well buy the real thing! Problem was, …

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