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100 Christmas Gifts Under $10

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Can you smell Christmas in the air? Christmas isn’t far away you know — so  we have compiled a list of over 100 Christmas Gift Ideas under $10 for Mum, for Dad, for Nana and Gramps or for anyone special in your life! Here at SAHM, we promote frugality (even at Christmas) because we have been there — stretching that Christmas shopping budget trying to make everyone fit on the list. It can be stressful!!! *rolls eyes* Just a reminder that it isn’t so much how much the gift costs, as the thought behind it that counts. Gifts for Anyone and Everyone Under...

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Steal an Extra Glance at That Gorgeous Face With These Functional Mirror Shelves

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Mirrors are almost never a bad idea. I mean, who doesn’t love checking themselves out as they’re heading out the door for the day, coming home or just randomly as you go about your business? Mirrors provide depth to a space and can even make a room seem bigger without adding anything more than a picture-frame-sized accessory. It’s time to take mirrors to the next level and help them achieve a purpose beyond just reflecting back to us what we already know, that we’re fairest of them all. Mirror shelves are both a reflective surface for straightening out that cow...

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Simply Modern Rustic Bathroom Shelf by KeoDecor

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95.00 USD Handcrafted bathroom shelf with an 18" matte black towel bar. The perfect addition to any home bathroom. Made from solid wood. It has been lightly sanded down, then stained and sealed with a beautiful driftwood gray finish. This piece does not include the accessory items as shown in the pictures. The color of the stained wood captured in the photos might vary slightly. Dimensions: 23 in wide x 11 in tall x 4.25 in deep (shelf 3.5 in deep x 21 inches long) Keyhole hangers are installed on the back with mounting screws and drywall anchors included for...

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Steal This Look: A Plaster Pink Kitchen in Bath, England

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It’s hard not to be seduced by the all-white kitchen, but for those willing to make permanent decisions, think colorful ranges and painted cabinets, the payoff can be huge. Take this pastel kitchen designed by Nicola Harding for a couple living in a renovated Georgian manse. On color, Harding explains: “We used dark colors to make large or shady spaces feel more intimate, and warm, uplifting tones to make grand spaces feel more relaxed.” With Plain English cabinets, factory lights, antiques, and the children’s artwork, the result is a gentle elegance. Here is our list of sources to match the...

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When to Use a Frame instead of a Hoop

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I’ve had quite a few embroidery projects going on in the studio this year. For example, you might remember that we kicked off the year with a voided monogram in floche. And then there was the whitework variation. There’s been quite a bit of sampling going on this year, too – like this project, and this project, and this project. There were some new spring towels, and some scroll towels, and some new folk towels. Here, the Key to my Heart was finished as a hanging sachet and another voided monogram was finished as a needlebook. Anna finished her Jacobean...

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