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Celebrity designer and REALTOR®, Didiayer Snyder shares some of her interior and home improvement ideas.

DIY Wallpaper Bookshelf

 

I love a good DIY project that you can do in an afternoon. In this video, I show you how to take an old bookshelf and turn it into a stylish piece of furniture using some paint and wallpaper! For this project you are going to need the following supplies:

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How To Turn Any Old Blanket Into a Bean Bag Chair

"This adorable bean bag chair transforms an old baby blanket without destroying the fabric. Use this DIY to make something fun for your kids or re-purpose an old blanket in your home that could use a new life. Home Made Simple's Didiayer Snyder shows you how."

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How To Build A Succulent Planter Coffee Table

"A backyard garden is always one of the best parts of summer, but some of us have greener thumbs than others. If taking care of a full garden is a little above your reach, or you're just looking for a beautiful way to add color and life to your outdoor space, this living coffee table project is for you.

By assembling four empty, discarded fruit crates you can create a small coffee table that fits anywhere from your deck to your front porch. Line the center of the crates with a sturdy plastic bag to hold soil for the planter. Drill some holes to allow water to pass through and then fill with soil.

While this coffee table can work with almost any kind of plant or flower, succulents are a great…

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