All you need are 5 clay pots, paint, epoxy, glue, and a few embellishments to make a pot soldier to guard your front door this holiday season! More pics and detailed info here: http://www.creatingreallyawesomefreethings.c...
on Nov 25, 2012
sooooo cool! was thinking w/ your wood base, could use threaded rod up the center of the pots
and the epoxy to help secure the large ones. It would cost more but might be less stress on the joints for moving.
Here is a kitchen we just finished making countertops for, the backsplash are not finished but we should have them finished soon and will be installing them later so i will post better pictures when they go in.
on Aug 08, 2012
what did you use as a sealer on the concrete? been planning on doing concrete countertops in
I plan on replacing my kitchen floor with tile that looks like hardwood. At that time I plan on replacing the kitchen floor I would like to replace my hallway which the kitchen is off of. The problem is the hallway stops just short of my dining room which is hardwood. I don't want to match floor colors nor do I have the money to replace the dining room floor.
Do you think having two different color floors that close together is a wrong way to go?
on Jul 08, 2012
you should do it to your taste but have you thought about finding a color that would be
complimentary to the existing hardwood and maybe picking up some that matches the existing to use as an accent..... kind of making it an easier transition?