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Get some candlesticks from the dollar store and copy this viral craft idea
You definitely need to check out these amazing candlestick DIYs!...
Melissa Earl
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DIY Everywhere - Arts & Crafts
Paint some drinking straws to copy this gorgeous home decor idea (+7 projects)
Straws aren't just for chocolate milk! Check out these clever DIY projects....
Melissa Earl
Contributing Writer
DIY Everywhere - Arts & Crafts
Grab some cork from the dollar store and copy these 8 fabulous DIYs
There are so many things you can do with cork beyond making a cork board!...
Melissa Earl
Contributing Writer
Everyday Science
5 crazy science experiments that you can do with bleach
It's safe to say that most households have used or currently use some form of bleach in their cleaning routine. This alkaline liquid (when combined with water) works well to remove stains from various surfaces....
Angela Brown
Contributing Writer
Everyday Science
5 science experiments that you can do with oil that look insanely cool
Oil and water are such opposites that it's become a cliche to say that a pair of people 'go together like oil and water.'...
Angela Brown
Contributing Writer
Everyday Science
Add a little color to your life when you play around with these 6 science experiments using food coloring
Food coloring is a good tool for adding color to your baked goods, but you can also do it to make science experiments just a little more fun....
Angela Brown
Contributing Writer
Everyday Science
Watch what happens when a tube of toothpaste is put on a hot pan (+ 5 experiments)
Heat and toothpaste. They don't seem like two things you'd ever put together. But, someone thought it was a good idea (as you'll see in the first experiment below.) Both heat and toothpaste make for cheap (and fun) ingredients in science experiments,...
Angela Brown
Contributing Writer
Everyday Science
6 fun science experiments you can do with hydrogen peroxide
Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) seems like a fairly innocuous liquid. It's similar in structure to water (H2O), but with an extra oxygen molecule. And while that molecule may seem a small difference, it's an important difference....
Angela Brown
Contributing Writer
DIY Everywhere - Arts & Crafts
7 wine glass crafts that'll have you dumping your wine and grabbing your glue gun
Though wine glasses have an intended purpose, you'll never believe what else you can use them for! Leave the wine behind and get to crafting....
Christi Aldridge
Contributing Writer
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