Ingrid Elisabeth Gjengstø

Ingrid Elisabeth Gjengstø

Ingrid Elisabeth Gjengstø
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Cartoon cat foot pieces// awesome idea if you had or have an awesome cat

Geocaching - never mess dark red. For more Geocaching: you are very welcome to visit my Shop (all my designs are also on the marketplace)

Cheeseburger ideas. I have hit the mother-load of all things holy.

Mmmmmmmm, Nothing like a good Cheeseburger! Here's some cheeseburger ideas for you to check out! I have hit the mother-load of all things holy.

re-purposed toilet paper roll planters, plus 6 more repurposing ideas for your garden

Toilet paper rolls are those items that we use every day. Instead of just throwing those empty toilet paper tubes out, we can repurpose them as creative crafts for kids or home decoration. Here are Homemade Toilet Paper Roll Crafts for your inspiration.

Personalized Family Gift and Custom Stone Art Work - Stone Art Work- Family of Three on Etsy, $60.00 CAD

Personalized Family Gift - Custom Stone Family Present - Stone Art Work- Family of Three

Personalized Family Gift and Custom Stone Art Work - Family of Three on Etsy, $60.00 CAD

Personalized Family Christmas Gift and Custom Stone Art Work - Family of Three - One of a Kind Gifts

Stone art!!!

Create some beautiful yard art. Use a thin piece of wood and some garden stones and create pretty garden art for your backyard fence or your garden. use or some other outdoor adhesive to make these stick and hold up through rainy, wet weather.

Washing your washer. Another pinner said: Seriously easy, no wonder our clothes were not getting clean... after the second soak, the water was GROSS!!! -- pin now, look later

For someday when I have my own washer: Clean top loading washing machine. Pinner said "The color of the water after the vinegar soak.the horror. WHAT has been IN my machine?

Plunge rose cuttings into potatoes before planting; keeps stem moist as it develops roots!

The SECRET to propagating roses is said to be the "potato"! TIP: Before planting rose cuttings, push the bottom end into a small potato, which keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but apparently it works really well.