First there was one vase that sold over and over, then there was another size that did well and now I found a third bigger size my customers have been asking for. It will be the ultimate
wedding center piece I think. I am counting the minutes until my package arrives. I am loving sharing the vase for some fresh summer style. Check out my DIY tutorial how to make your Faux mercury in almost any color. ##SummerStyle
Today I wanted to show you guys a cool way to make a floorcloth that doesn't require any painting or designing of any kind on your part. All you need is a good eye and some bargain
hunting skills, and I know ya'll have those in abundance. So lets get started!
I was shopping at my beloved Target and saw some GREAT printed tablecloths from the DwellStudio Line on the clearance endcap. Already reasonably priced at full price, they were clearanced out to$8.98! I don't normally use tablecloths, but couldn't pass up this bargain! I started wondering what other things I could do with them...Wall hanging? Foot-of-the-bed pop of color? Curtains? Slipcover fabric? Then I spotted a round one with a Suzani print, and got an idea!
Hop over to the blog to see the rest of this post and the tutorial!
Marine life and the nautical artifacts have an interesting connection with our childhood excitement and thrill embedded deep in our subconscious. Most of us are mesmerized by the
chivalrous stories of sea pirates and their mystical ships, or dazzled by the nautical furnishings and instruments in elegant ships. Such nostalgic memories revive and fill our life with a renewed enthusiasm when we decorate our home with a nautical theme.