I had a Blue Dresser that I had sitting in my basement for ever that kept screaming out TV Stand... TV Stand...But every time I went to the Basement I looked at it and kept saying to
myself SELF... Today is the Day... Well by the time I finally decided to do something with it, It had so much piled on top of it that it took me the whole Day to dig it out... well I was bound and determined and I finally got it up the stairs and out side..and here is what I did with that OLD Blue Dresser
Wrap the heart foam with felt fabric... Then cut 5 inch felt squares, I did 4 at a time in order speed up the process. Draw a haphazard swirl on the square and cut it out the swirl. Take
the end section (not the curly cue on top) and start rolling When you get to the end, put some glue on the bottom and place that curly cue on the bottom of the flower and repeat this to make at least 25 flowers. At this point, I put on a movie and just started rolling! This part gets a bit mundane, but it will be beautiful at the end. I put three rows of roses to make it look nice and full. Have fun!
Faux bois (meaning "false wood" in French) is a design element you've probably seen before but never spent a ton of time thinking about. It was all the rage in the early 1900s, and now
it's making a comeback as a way to use the outdoors as home décor inspiration. Here are four of our favorite ways to incorporate the warm and woodsy look of faux bois into your home:
Go beyond earth tones. In nature, tree bark is usually brown or white, but that doesn't mean you have to restrict yourself to these same colors inside of your home! Go purple, go red, go yellow – whatever color palette matches your personal style is fair game!
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