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Bull Terrier

Bull terriers are my favourite breed! Such full of life and character! Never a dull moment with them around! Best dogs ever!

Mint and gold wedding inspiration | The Merry Bride

This flower girl dress in mint green with a gold sash is too cute. If you didn't want flower girls in your you will now!: This flower girl dress in mint green with a gold sash is too cute. If you didn't want flower girls in your you will now!

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This would be cool to do at a wedding; get each guest to wrap the string DIY String Heart diy craft crafts craft ideas diy ideas crafty diy decor diy home decorations home crafts craft decor

I had NO idea this was possible! Easy way to transfer ink from paper onto wood for a homemade sign.

diddle dumpling: Tutorial: Vintage-looking painted sign from salvaged wood. I had NO idea this was possible! Easy way to transfer ink from paper onto wood for a homemade sign.

UM YES!!!! Bridal shower idea: Glitter eggs--part of a fun game cracking eggs filled with cereal, rice, bird seed, whatever over your friends' heads. Whoever gets cracked with the gold glitter-filled egg gets a prize. Funny... all the directions are at the weblink.

Easter Idea: Glitter eggs--part of a fun game cracking eggs filled with cereal, rice, bird seed, whatever over your friends' heads. Whoever gets cracked with the gold glitter-filled egg gets a prize. all the directions are at the weblink.

Super easy ottoman! : It is made from a galvanized tub, round piece of wood, stuffing, and fabric! Perfect for an outside porch (not white!)

Super easy ottoman made from a galvanized tub, round piece of wood, stuffing, and fabric! Perfect for an outside porch with an outdoor fabric.

The backdrop is made by using an art canvas and poking holes through the canvas with a sharpened nail. Push string lights through holes after deciding on the pattern you want to make. I used glue dots to keep the lights in place.

Table display idea The backdrop is made by using an art canvas and poking holes through the canvas with a sharpened nail. Push string lights through holes after deciding on the pattern you want to make. I used glue dots to keep the lights in place.