Beer Mug Cupcakes With A Surprise

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Beer Mug Cupcakes With A Surprise


A few things are simply too lovely not to share ! These Beer Mug Cupcakes with Baileys Filling are a fun treat for almost any party . They’re great , you and your guests will toast to their deliciousness !

Drinkers and also teetotalers alike can enjoy these Beer Mug Cupcakes . Each triple chocolate cake is full of decadent Baileys Irish Cream chocolate ganache , then wrapped in white modeling chocolate decorated to look like a beer mug , and then topped with a frothy whipped cream foam .

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5 Clever Tips To Repurpose Empty Food & Drink Containers

Repurposing and upcycling is not hard and there are actually several fun ideas . Aren’t they terrific ? !

Transform a bottle of whiskey into a cleaning soap dispenser

Transform a bottle of whiskey into a cleaning soap dispenser


Glass bottles are back in a huge way , and what better way to welcome all of them into your house than an easy upcycled upgrade ? link

Transform empty clean milk cartons as storage containers


Use recycled half-gallon milk jugs as handy storage containers for colored pencils , markers , as well as other craft supplies . This really is a great trick for kids’ supplies .link

Repurpose coke bottles to hold cooking herbal oils and even dish soap .


You can use it as herb storage (put a cork in it)or cooking oil dispenser (add a spout). link

Turn screw-off wine-bottle caps into candles


Looking for an effective way to make a DIY votive candles at home ? Make candles inside bottle caps reusing things normally seen at home .

Seal an open bag of food using this awesome bottle-cap trick


Cut up a disposable water bottle and keep the neck and top, as in photo. Insert the plastic bag through the neck and screw the top to seal. link

Seal an open bag of food using this awesome bottle-cap trick

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DIY Personal Home Theater Using a Smartphone

Now you can create a do-it-yourself personal home theater using an iPhone or Android smartphone, all on a modest budget.
You don’t have to be wealthy in order to enjoy the benefits of a private home theater experience.
Here’s the link to the full instructions :
Your Own Private Theater

Now you can create a do-it-yourself personal home theater using an iPhone or Android smartphone, all on a modest budget.
You don’t have to be wealthy in order to enjoy the benefits of a private home theater experience.
Here’s the link to the full instructions :
Your Own Private Theater

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DIY Sandpit Seat

For those who have children and a huge backyard, this project is perfect, you and we know the children will definitely enjoy it ! It is a self contained sandpit with a lid that doubles as seats when opened.

All credits to Better Homes & Garden. Click here for sandpit seat pattern sheet.

For those who have children and a huge backyard, this project is perfect, you and we know the children will definitely enjoy it ! It is a self contained sandpit with a lid that doubles as seats when opened.

All credits to Better Homes & Garden. Click here for sandpit seat pattern sheet.

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DIY King Sized Bed

This bed is totally beautiful and even more so because it’s built by hand!.Click NEXT for links to all the instructions for building this bed. Now it’s all in one, easy to find, location. Happy building! All credits to doityourselfdivas.blogspot.com

DIY Bed

Part 1 – Plans and Center Storage


This project can take a lot of time and work depending on your skill level and the tools you have. Borrow tools from friends or family to save some money. We recommend that you wait until all parts of this projects are posted until you go out and buy all the supplies. That will save you a lot of trips and you will know what you are getting yourself into before you put the money into it.
Check the Part 1 Instructions

Part 2 – Drawers


Engineer hubby built one side of drawers first to make sure it worked well and then we documented the other side. We will first build the drawer receiver and will start by cutting out the back frame, bottom, and drawer separators.
Check the Part 2 Instructions

Part 3 – Footboard and Feet


We are ready to make the footboard for this bad boy. It’s about time, right? Start out making the front panel of the footboard. I highly suggest that anyone who may attempt this project sketch out the bed and its components and create your own Cut/materials list.
Check the Part 3 Instructions

Part 4 – Headboard and Assembly


It’s finally time to finish this bed!!! You will see that we made a couple of mistakes, but things aren’t always pretty behind the scenes. We learn as we go.
Check the Part 4 Instructions

Finish

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Creative DIY Ways to Try Problem Solving

Temporary but very effective, redneck innovations are making a huge mark in the society. The idea of making a pizza box into laptop case is pretty Clever! An anti-theft pizza disguise for your laptop!

This Pizza laptop disguise hides your portable comp in a corrugated cardboard container.

The Multiple Uses For A Shopping Cart

DIY Laptop Stand

An environmentally friendly iPhone speaker amplifier

Redneck Car Repair

Mommy With A Side Of Geek- DIY Hands Free

Unusual iPhone Stand

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9 Clever Ways To Store Your Shoes

Is your closet sending SOS signals? Answer with 9 tips and tricks to create order in the house.

Wooden crates repurposed as shoe racks

Wooden crates repurposed as shoe racks


Wooden crates repurposed as shoe racks. Instead of mounting them on the wall, they can be stacked them up too. Paint them if you like! Now we can keep those wooden crates from wines and mandarin oranges.

Low-Cost Shoe Rack Using PVC Pipes


This project shouldn’t be too difficult to complete. You can get PVC pipe from your local hardware store and either have them cut it, or you can do it at home if you have a table saw. You can also opt to buy concrete forming tubes, which may be a little cheaper and easier to cut.

Make sure you also get the right diameter for your shoes to fit in. 6 to 8 inch diameter pipe should be adequate for non-giants. If you want, you can also paint the PVC for a more decorative look, instead of using the standard white.link

DIY Pallet Shoe Storage


A simple wooden pallet has slits that perfectly fit shoes. link

Plumbing Pipe Shoe Storage


I don’t know about you, but I have a lot of shoes and limited closet space. I’m not willing to curb my shoe habit but I am willing to build this shoe rack that I found on Instructables. link via

Painted Moulding Shoe Organizer


Architectural plaster mouldings make brilliant rails for your high heels. Paint the mouldings and fix to the wall in rows so you can hook over the heels of your most treasured pairs. This idea works particularly well if the cornicing is mounted in an alcove. link

Hang your shoes


Learn how to make these hangers here.link

Elastic shoe straps are a quirky and colorful way to hang your shoes on the wall


I loved this as a possible solution if your last option for space are the walls or your doors. It’s pricy, yes but if you’ve got the money to burn, the straps can be used for much more than just shoes. And it looks sooooo much cooler and way more sophisticated than those goshdarn over-the-door shoe organizers.link

Hang molding near the ceiling of a closet for your non-seasonal shoes


So this simple shoe organizing solution has been on my never ending list of “things to make” for quite some time. I absolutely love the way it looks (and it was ridiculously easy to make too). Get the instructions here. link

Use a large picture frame as a slide-out shoe drawer


Picture fram as a shoe tray, easy and clever. Must Try!

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DIY Homemade Egg Cobbler

It is very easy and quick to make and also very delicious. So, find out what ingredients you will need and lets start preparing this homemade egg cobbler.

You will need: 2 and a half of bread, 5 eggs, 3 tomatoes, 600 grams of ham, 200 grams of cheese, 150 grams of butter, 200 grams of milk, salt and pepper to give taste.
Remove loaves from the edge and leave only the central parts in large slices.Each slice loaf Apply a light coating of butter.

Put the buttered loaf slices in a container.

Wash tomatoes and cut into thin circles

Cut the Ham into slices as thin as tomatoes. Between slices of loaf put a slice of tomato and ham.

Beat eggs with milk, salt and pepper. Pour beaten eggs on the loaf.

Grate the cheese

Preheat oven to 180 degrees and bake it!

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How to Make Autumn Leaf Bowl

Glue some fallen leafs over a baloon to make an extraordinary bowl. The chill is in the air and the leaves are changing color, and there’s no better way to preserve the delight than by welcoming it into your home.
All credits to hellolucky.com

Click on next to get the instructions for your very own autumn leaf bowl, perfect for holding your favorite scented potpourri or tasty Halloween treats.

You we’ll need: Craft store leaf garland, Mod Podge (matte finish), Foam Brush, Balloon, Scissors, Mixing bowl

*Tip: try to find thin, paper-like leaves for your garland. The thinner the leaves, the better they will mold to the shape of your balloon. Also, avoid any plastic-coated leaves.

Begin by snipping the leaves off the strand of garland. Leave about 1/8″ at the base. Then carefully rip the entire plastic stem (and all the veins!) off of the faux leaves (See image above). This will help the leaves mold to the shape of the balloon.

Fill up your balloon to size. We stuck ours inside a mixing bowl to keep it in place and with your mod podge in a cup near by, gently apply a thin layer on top of your balloon, starting in the middle and working your way out.

Lay a leaf on top of the wet mod podge and smooth with your fingers or foam brush. Once it’s stuck in place, apply another thin layer of mod podge on top of that leaf and repeat, covering any empty spaces with smaller leaves.

When you reach about a quarter of the way down the balloon, add one or two leaves to the bottom of the bowl for extra weight and support. Allow to dry at least an hour.

When the mod podge is dry, carefully pop your balloon with a pin at the tied end, slowly letting the air out. Don’t be alarmed if the leaves shrink down when the balloon deflates, it will return to its original shape after a minute or so. You may find that some of the mod podge will stick to the edges of your leaves, but you can just pick or cut it off.

Use your bowl to hold potpourri or little wrapped halloween candies. We love easy ways to liven up your home decor and this colorful DIY does the job well.

Having trouble getting your leaves to stick?. Be sure you remove the plastic “stems” from the faux leaves before trying to adhere them to your balloon. After you apply a layer of Mod Podge to your balloon, wait about 30 seconds or until the paste feels sticky, then gently press on your first leaves. If they start to bend upward, hold the leaves down at the tips with your finger. Keep a moist towel nearby to wipe any glue off your hands. This will help the leaves from sticking to your fingers

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