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DIY: After Holiday Edition

Posted on January 12 2017

Every New Year, millions of people take time to set new goals, milestones, wishes, and dreams for the coming year. One of our continuous goals (really a dream) is to be organized! The holidays are over, and as a boutique, we start our spring cleaning a little early. We picked three of our favorite DIY projects to share with you, that will help you kick start your spring cleaning and keep your home glam.

First, we start with all the leftover wrapping paper. Why oh why did Target have to have so much cute wrapping paper, and why did we buy 10 rolls? You win Target, you win...But wait. We created a video on how to jazz up your picture frames and use up some of that nice paper. See our vid here: Bonus: you can complete this project in 5 minutes! 

https://www.darbysmart.com/link/projects/8350 

Second, put on some gloves and dive into the back of your makeup drawers. See that nail polish color you love but that is languishing away in the corner because it's almost used up? Grab it! Our friends at Darby Smart  put together a cute and easy video tutorial showing you how to make a water marble mug with your leftover nail polish. 

Lastly, if SNL didn't solidify your love of receiving a candle for Christmas, this DIY surely will.

When your Pumpkin Peppercorn or Balsam Cedar candles have burned up, you can re-use the jar or container it came in for decoration and extra storage. Blogger Ashley, of Peek and Ponder came up with this really easy hack to getting the candle remnants out of the jar. 

Ready to give one of our DIYs a try? Let us see your after holiday DIY creations by tagging us on Instagram @prettyinpunch and use the hashtag #PunchDIYs. Do you have any suggestions for future DIYs? Let us know with a tag and we may end up featuring you in an upcoming blog post! 

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