Bring the ocean to your living room with these DIY sea glass vases

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DIY Sea Glass Vase

The end of the summer is coming up quicker than you could have imagined. Even though we're nearing cooler weather, it doesn't mean we have to stop dreaming about the beach.

Now, the beach and warmer days can be brought into in your home no matter the season. This DIY hack shows you how to master the simple and gorgeous sea glass vase.

In pretty blue and green hues, you'll always be reminded of the beach and sun. This home decor tutorial will have your flowers and living room looking great in no time!

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Chromatic Desk Organizer

Keep flash cards and the like organized in style! With just a touch of paint, a plain-old desk organizer looks fall-fresh.

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Paint-Your-Own Notebook

Because they were going to doodle on the notebooks anyway. Give your kids a little paint and let them get creative!

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Fair Isle Dot Trays

Trays are a great way to keep all of those seemingly random school supplies in order (think pesky paper clips and thumbtacks.) Add a cute fair isle design for an elegant touch to these easy organizers. 

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Desk Accessories

Desk accessories are way more fun when they're DIY. This set of boxes is decorated with a foil transfer for a subtle flourish. 

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Dip-Dyed Pencils

The soft, faded look of dip-dye is all the rage, so get in on it! Using the old number 2 feels cooler with a colorful self-dyed pencil. 

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Textbook Covers

Protect the sacred text of ye olde textbooks! Make your own textbook covers, using whatever (we mean it -- whatever!) print you want.  

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Personalized Packs

Have the kiddos give their backpacks their own monogram. Who needs L.L. Bean?

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Container Magnets for Lockers

Save sturdy tins (from gum and ginger chews and the like) for sticking on lockers! This way they can keep their pens and pencils locked away in style. 

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Floral Binders

The summer days of hiking through the woods are over, but that doesn't mean the flowers can't stick around! Decorate bare-bones binders with these delicate flowers for indoor sort of flora.

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Felt Pencil Case

A good project for hand-sewing, these felt pencil cases are sturdy enough to last till school lets out in spring. 

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iPhone Case Templates

No, they shouldn't have their phones out at school. But it's fall! Everything turns over a new leaf and puts on a fresh coat of paint. So let them design a whole new case for their phone.

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Sticky-Note Calendar

Sticky notes are almost (almost!) as fun as stickers themselves. Use them to help your kid keep track of his or her own schedule -- it'll probably help you remember soccer practice, too! 

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Tree-Bark Pen Holder

Studying takes on a rustic feel with these bark-wrapped pencil holders. 

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Stamp It

Sometimes, the old-fashioned way is still the best. Just stamp it! Any paper school supplies can be stamped with these leaf-patterned stamps. Just hand them the stamps and let them run rampant!

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