This is one of my most favorite projects--and I love how pretty and colorful it is too! This pegboard is 6 feet by 4 feet and holds SO much of my most essential crafting tools. See my blog post for the full details!
Commented on Jan 24, 2013
Nice thing you can do is, if you don't like the white, you could actually paint the pegboard
Even though we knew we were having a girl, I was terrified that the ultrasound tech had it wrong and that we were having a boy. My irrational fear led me chose a nursery theme that was gender neutral - just in case! The result was a woodland themed nursery, which has turned into my favourite room in our house. You can see more and find all sources at http://www.aswellplacetodwell.com/2012/05/my...
I used clear contact paper to frost the sidelights beside our front door. The trick is to spray the window and the back of the contact paper with water before positioning onto the window. This helps to be able to slide and adjust it into place. Go to Plum Doodles for additional info and tips.: http://plumdoodles.com/2012/05/23/add-priva...
Commented on May 24, 2012
I had a window right in the middle of my door, I turned it into "stained glass" using the
Gallery Glass stained glass paint. It's held up perfectly for five years now, and it's easy to remove if I ever move (or if I just decide to change the design!) I've gotten a lot of compliments on it, and it's absolutely gorgeous when the light is shining through it! There is a bit of light loss, but not too bad, and the patterns it makes on the floor are beautiful.