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Lana Fleetwood

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My attic is a total mess... Maybe, it's time to do something about it!
https://onmogul.com/stories/how-to-create-a-home-office-in-the-attic-in-5-steps
Nowadays more and more people around the world work from home. In Sydney, Australia, this is more true and applicable than ever. From stay at-home-mums to self-employed professionals, there are plenty of examples of men and women, who make a living from home. Some may have opted to dedicate an entire room and turn it into an office working space or have chosen a small corner in their living room to adapt by fitting in a desk and a chair. Others h...
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This DIY Patriotic Wreath will bring out your Americana spirit, but the Boxwood Wreath base will carry you through the Summer months, as well.

Come see the full tutorial and how I even made the wood base!

http://everydayhomeblog.com/2016/05/diy-patriotic-wreath.html
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Using bamboo poles, I show you how to Build a Bean Teepee Frame. 

#gardening   #gardeningtips  

http://everydayhomeblog.com/2016/04/how-to-build-a-bean-teepee-frame.html
The Everyday Home shows you an easy way to take bamboo poles and Build a Bean Teepee Frame. This frame can also be used for other climbing vegetables.
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Re-do your glass jars. Look what I did! #repurpose #diy #storage
I'm guessing that these jars can be found in every home. Glass jars are useful and can be used for a new purpose. I renewed my jars and I glued them under the t…
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Diy Finger crochet rug. #crochet #diy #handmade
I found my old bed sheets, shirts, pants ... which I have a no longer use. I wondered, that where I will bring them. But, I decided to make them a rag rug. Wha…
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Love old frames. Diy unique Jewelry hanger!
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"Just because you can’t hire professionals to clean your windows doesn’t mean you can’t have professional results. Use the tips to revive your home’s windows this spring!"

#CleaningTips #ZenofZada
Guest Blogger: Carmen Fiordirosa The spring season is the perfect time to give your home a good cleaning — and when you’re in the midst of seasonal de-cluttering, mopping floors and otherwise sprucing up your home for this bright and fresh time of year, don’t forget about the windows. Your home’s windows impact your home’s …
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Tired of your old tile backsplash in your kitchen? Take it down! Learn how to remove your old tile backsplash without damaging your drywall. #homemaintenance   #tiling   #howto   #Howtotutorial   #Backsplash  
Tile Removal 101: Remove the Tile Backsplash Without Damaging the Drywall
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A great way to decorate?  For free using stuff you already have! (Except dead plants maybe.)
Stepping up Mike's office in the design department with a little budget-friendly tweaking.
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If you are one of those people who like to have clean carpets, why not learn how to DIY. Below you'll get a complete start to finish education all about how to clean carpet. Simple, easy and do-able.

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If you had a winter water-leak, dry wall #repair is on your To-Do List: http://ow.ly/XXHTf #drywall #leaks #DIY
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Organized Pantry

One way to make mealtime easier for a busy mom is to have an organized pantry...if you know what food you have on hand and can see it at a glance, you can get dinner cooked much more quickly.

Read these 5 tips for making a perfectly organized pantry: http://mymommyworld.com/5-tips-for-a-perfectly-organized-pantry/

#organize   #organizing   #organization   #pantry   #kitchen   #kitchendesign   #kitchenideas  
Is your pantry a jumbled mess of food and appliances? Get it under control with these 5 tips for a perfectly organized pantry.
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I love my shade  #garden  and here are my 6 must have perennials for shade  #gardening  
Creating. Inspiring. Gardening without the rules!
PIN it for later: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/457748749607918206/
I choose these 6 must have perennials for my shade garden because the colors, textures, and heights of each plant makes a statement. For me, gardening is about beauty and not about the rules. The…
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The next time you clean your basement, garage or attic, remember that used books, outgrown clothing and other used household goods still have value.
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My newest #gardening  project over at Hometalk
Check it out! 
Creating. Inspiring. Gardening without the rules!
I sometimes collect baskets to put pots in my garden. Unfortunately they do not last but one season because wicker rots out in the weather. I do not know why I…
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I am ne to Hometalk. I enjoy cooking and gardening as well as our pets, a cat Lucky, and a dog Harry. I like all the great information I found here. Thank you!
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Need decorating ideas? How about this coastal mood board? Be inspired to give your rooms some pop!

See the Post: http://bit.ly/1uXn9nx
Pin for Later:  https://www.pinterest.com/pin/530439662336130896/

#moodboard   #interiordesign   #homedecor   #hometalktuesday  
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I'm on a decluttering binge this year and I have compiled a list of 250+ things to THROW AWAY to clean up your home!

See the Post: http://bit.ly/1Off1Du
Pin for Later: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/530439662342361382/

#decluttering   #organized   #organize   #homeimprovement  
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becky marshall

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How to survive scaring yourself when installing a pocket door kit solo and on a budget.   #motivation  
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Every door should be a pocket door, right?  :)
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