diy paper flowers for your hair

Decluttering: What to throw away

The other side of a lost earing.
Scraps of wrapping paper.
Cards with no sentimental value
Ticket stubs
Holey socks
Old t-shirts
dried flowers
hair elastics with extreme stretchiness
shoes you don’t wear
extra photo prints
tired bras
scarves you never wear
clothes that don’t fit
gifts you don’t like
old towels, makeup, toiletries, hangers, paperwork
extra buttons
expired sauces, medication, coupons
unused chew toys for your pets
dried up nail polish
DVD’s you don’t watch
CD’s you don’t listen to
damaged, or stained clothing
old prom dresses
scratched nonstick cookware
outdated electronics
rusty jewelry
Stockings with runs
Pens that don’t work
Necklaces and bracelets with broken clasps
Cables and wires you don’t use
Worn-out sheets and bedding
Empty or near-empty bottles of cleaning products
Worn-out bath mats
Broken electronics
Purses you never use
Flatware, plates, and glasses that don’t match the rest of your collection, plus dingy children’s plates you no longer use
Old pillows
Worn-out shoes
Wedding invites
Wedding favors you don’t use
Old wallets that you don’t use
Broken kitchen equipment
Spare furniture parts you don’t need
Furniture manuals
Unused vases
Extra tupperware you don’t need
Old mail
Junk mail
Travel brochuresOld crayons or art supplies, plus markers that have run out of ink
Random containers and jars
Unused stationery, stickers, and sticky notes
Ripped denim
Old artwork or old children’s artwork
Used and ripped envelopes
Broken or old iPhone cases
Old unused batteries
Extra and unused coffee mugs
Old spices
Address labels for your old house
Wrinkled ribbon and bows for gift wrap
Cards or gifts from exes
Frequent shopper cards you never use
Old shopping bags
Old calendars
Old folders
Clothes that are outdated or from college
Broken Christmas decorations
Christmas lights that don’t work
Frayed towels
Expired food
Computer cords, firewire cord, etc. that you don’t use
Old and outdated software
CDs for old computer programs
Old cell phones
Hand-me-downs that you’re guilt-tripped into keeping
Freebie or promotional t-shirts you never wear
Old fortune cookie fortunes
Old bank statements
Old planners
Delete email subscriptions from sites
Delete emails you don’t need
Delete unwanted music from your iTunes
Extra buttons that come with newly purchased clothes
Games that are missing pieces
Old schoolbooks you’ll never use again
Papers you have backed up on the computer
Books you’ve already read and don’t want to display
Cell phone covers you’re over
Old manuals to electronics
Cell phone accessories you don’t use anymore

anonymous asked:

Hey do you have any diys with nail varnish? NOT things like nail art but other ways of using it such as marbling things like mugs that sort of thing. xx

I do!! 

DIY Painted Bobby Pins

The classic nail polish craft.

DIY Nail Wraps

I know you asked for non-nail art, but this is an unorthodox kind of nail art—DIY Nail Wraps!   

DIY Marbled Paper

Use nail polish to make your own marbled craft paper.

DIY Nail Polish Pendants

Glittery and sparkly and sick as gifts.

DIY Dipped Marbled Cups

These look great as a set! 

DIY Dragon Eggs

This is the craziest, coolest craft EVER!! 

DIY Spring Flowers with Wire and Nail Polish

Make bouquets, make flower crowns, hair pins, etc, etc.

DIY Nail Polish Ring Tutorial

Make a matching set with the pendants.

DIY Marbling with Nail Polish

Finally, if those DIY projects didn’t do it for you, here’s another tutorial that will teach you how to use nail polish to decorate other things.

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