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Welcome to the eleventh Tips & Tricks Tuesday linky party here at the Brambleberry Cottage.
Well, it's that time of week again when we get to share all our wonderful tips and tricks with the rest of the blogosphere.
Karly @ Jellybean Junkyard gave us a great tutorial for this Cinderella transformation. Could that be part of Cindy's coach we see?
Know what the "F" stands for in this lovely wreath by Andrea @ Willow Wisp Cottage?
I know. It stands for FABULOUS–the perfect description for the wreath and her hubby for making the letter!
I remember making pom-poms when I was a youth...waaay back when. ; )
Zeshuregi @ Creative Mind shared a tutorial to simplify this age-old craft.
Ever get stumped on what to do to make "date night" with hubby less run-of-the-mill?
Then go check out the inventive idea from Krista @ While He Was Napping.
And now it's time for another Brambleberry Cottage tip.
The Yankee and I have been busy bringing this terrific vintage cabinet back to life.
I wish I had remembered to take a picture of what it looked like when we pulled it out of the old barn we discovered it in.
To say that its charm was buried beneath layers of accumulated dirt and grime would be a gross understatement!
But that's altogether a different story.
The real trick, I want to share with you now, has to do with the state of the glass panes.
Would you believe that's what they looked like after the old faithful bottle of Windex came into play?!
So what does one do when glass cleaner doesn't clean glass?
Simple! Use steel wool.
Yep; that's what I said.
But not just any grade of steel wool, mind you.
Specifically, use #0000–or 4/0–steel wool. It's the finest grade and won't scratch the glass.
And, believe it or not, it will actually polish to highly reflective sheen.