DIY Indoor Herb Garden

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Burr! Cold! I have turned off my sprinklers for the winter, the leaves have changed and are starting to fall, and soon there will be no more outside time unless it is in a parka. That doesn’t mean I have to give up something I love, like gardening, for 5 months. a DIY Indoor Herb Garden is such a fun idea!
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Not only is this DIY fun but it will give some fresh herbs for the winter! You only need a few things to get started on your mini garden. A terracotta pot that drains, chalkboard paint (really any pain you like), something to wright on the paint with (chalk or other), soil, seeds, and a brush. Head over to Breakfast with Audrey  and get started on the DIY Indoor Herb Garden!

DIY Tin Can Lanterns

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Today was recycling day. Sometimes my bin is just overflowing! If only there was a way  to use those extra things that I can’t cram in…Oh wait, there is! DIY Tin Can Lanterns are just the thing!
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A lantern like this is easy and will make your porch, yard, or mantle just light up! Like I said, when that recycle bin is full, grab some tin cans. I think many sizes makes for the coolest look. Get a sharpie and draw out you design. Find a drill and safety glasses and get to work on punching out your design. There are so many options here, I love it! Find this DIY Tin Can Lantern Tutorial at-My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia 

Easy Chignon-No Pins Needed

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I know I have said it before, but I need easy hair! I can do something more complicated for a night out if I give myself hours to perfect it. Seriously, “Ain’t nobody got time for that!” For the everyday beautiful hair try an Easy Chignon-and you won’t need a single pin!
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This is really fun and so great that there are no pins needed! Mine disappear like crazy! Start by putting in a low ponytail, but don’t pull it through the last time. Leave a little loop. Then split the “tail” in half. Twist one half and wrap it up and around your ponytail. I don’t want to give away all the surprises for this! To find out the rest of the instructions for Super Fast Chignon (with no pins) you are going to have to follow the link! –The How to Mom

DIY Oatmeal Soap

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Whether you are looking for an inexpensive holiday gift or a fabulous soap for yourself-you have found both with DIY Oatmeal Soap! Yes! Each bar of soap costs about $1.25 -$1.50 to make! Double yes! DIY Oatmeal Soap {adinserter Middle Post Ad}
DIY Oatmeal Soap I am so glad that there are brilliant people out there who share their amazing ideas with us! (P.S. if you have a brilliant idea to share…). Oatmeal soap exfoliates, moisturizes and cleans. Plus it smells great and is really easy to make! Find out all about DIY Oatmeal Soap here-Seven Clown Circus 

Gluten Free Pumpkin Pancakes

Susan Brinson from houseofbrinson.com has a great recipe for Pumpkin Pancakes, Gluten Free!
While you can find more detailed instructions on her site, you can find the main ingredients below:

Gluten free pumpkin Pancakes

1 1/4 cup gluten free flour (I used King Arthur)
3 tbsp sugar
2 tsp baking powder (make sure it’s gluten free)
3/4 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp each of ginger and salt
1/8 tsp each nutmeg and cloves
1 cup unsweetened almond milk
3/4 cup canned pumpkin puree (if you use solid packed, it will produce a denser pancake)
2 tbsp vegetable oil
1 egg

Taylor Swift Makeup

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Sometimes eye shadow and eyeliner are all you need for a gorgeous and more natural look! A tutorial inspired by Taylor Swift’s makeup? Yes please!
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The focus for this look is all on the eyeliner. You will need nude, darker nude, light greyish-brown, and dark brown eye shadows. Don’t forget the eyeliner and mascara. Such a wonderful and natural makeup tutorial inspired by Taylor Swift. Follow the link-The Wonder Forest 

DIY Floor Cleaner

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Are your floors dirty? It is so difficult to keep mine clean! Actually if I am being honest, it is difficult to keep my whole house clean! I am constantly looking for new and improved methods. There are so many cleaners out there but this DIY Floor Cleaner is a win!
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Two words. All purpose. This cleaner can be used for so much! laminate and tile floors (steer clear of hardwoods-it could be too harsh on the finish), windows, mirrors, and even stainless steel. Win! Find the recipe and all the tips for DIY Floor Cleaner at Nature’s Nurture 

DIY Scarecrow

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I want to make a not-so-scary scarecrow. How fun to have a guardian or the front steps (the garden doesn’t need much guarding these days). DIY Scarecrow is a great fall project!
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You need some clothes, hat, and some lumber. There are so many options for how to dress up the your scarecrow-overalls, button-up shirt, dress, apron. Have fun with it! Loving the DIY Scarecrow tutorial. Link-2 Little Hooligans