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My husband and I used to go camping all the time. But nowadays it just seems like way too much work. But I really do miss the smell of the forest and watching the campfire burn low as the sky gets dark. So, instead of spending too much time in longing, I’ve decided to pay homage to the campfire with these Woodsy Scented Campfire Candles, with real wood wicks.Read the full article and why soy wax and wood wicks are a healthier option. http://www.thehiphomestead.com/how-to-make-enamel-mug-soy-wax-candles/
These charred wood candle holders are incredibly easy to make, but they make a big statement in your fall decor! They're the perfect touch for Halloween that can also carry your decor through the rest of fall - and this simple little trick can be applied to just about any wood decor piece, so you can try it on all sorts of things around the house! If you like this project, check out the rest of my easy & affordable DIY ideas on my blog, Love & Renovations.
I used these lights for an end table. What's nice about these lights is that all the electronics are hidden. It's a simple project that requires very little tools and can enhance any space. For more awesome DIY be sure to check out my youtube channel www.youtube.com/c/DIYCreators
I have been asked hundreds of time to do a room tour. I would love to make one but I need to address a few things first. I have made a bed, a sliding barn door, a Mirror and a sofa bed for this room. Well, I’m finally getting around to the TV area. This will be a two-part thing. For this post, I made the LED TV panel and relocated the wires to make sure nothing was visible. There is a lot to cover in this post. Overall I couldn’t be happier with the outcome. The wall panel is a breath of fresh air in the space.I am also excited and looking forward to seeing what challenges I will run into creating the remainder of pieces for this room.For feature updates stay tuned to diycreators.com
I'm excited to share the possibilities that can come from simple hand tools. I made this lamp by hand and no power tools except a drill. I did it as a challenge. I was glad I took the challenge on, because this was a learning curve for me as well. It was a very slow and tedious process. If you have power tools and wish to make this lamp then you'll know which power tools to use. For viewers with less tools be sure to watch the video to get more info on the build. Find all the material used at the end.
Overview of the lamp
- 9 inch concrete base...
This Project was inspired by a light I saw on pinterestcalled rings of Saturn. I wanted to put my own twiston it by using segmentation. I have always beeninterested in wood segmentation and the projects thatyou can make with it. This project is inexpensive andrequires very little tools. All your friends will be soimpressed when you start making things using thisnew skill you are gonna learn here. One thing I wantyou to take away from this video is that you don'tneed to spend hours building a fancy jig for your tablesaw to do perfect segmentation projects and I amgoing to show you how right now. so lets get started.https://youtu.be/aEiH4d_TOhc
The Holiday decorating season is approaching rapidly and here at Gilbert Marketplace, we are so excited! Today I'll be using some scrap wood I have around to make these beautiful snowmen. Think: recycled wood, and farmhouse style holiday decor. It's my favorite and I'm sharing lots of projects this month- if you're feeling crafty and want to make some gifts follow me!
Who doesn't love an easy cleaning shortcut?We're always on the hunt for amazing cleaning tips and hacks, and we've learned that the Hometalk community is the best spot to find new ideas!Got a cleaning hack you love? Share your favorite tip with us in the comments so we can all get a cleaner home (quicker) this weekend!
Any search of the terms "paint pouring," "acrylic pouring," or "marbling," will bring up lots of projects and techniques. Paint pouring is a lot of fun and produces amazing and sometimes unexpected results. It's a great project for beginner and advanced DIYers.In this video and post, I'm making a trio of "pumpkins" for a little fall decor.
I had an idea for a custom wall sconce. Found Some metal wall sconces in the closet that originally had metal candle holders that hung from them. I wanted to use them on boards that were done to match headboard I made previously and hang lanterns that I purchased at gift department of local pharmacy.
There is just something satisfying about creating your own piece of furniture. I‘m excited to show you the steps I took to create this rustic bookshelf; this can also be used for storage. This bookshelf is designed to be broken down for easy transport. The nice two-tone finish quickly draws attention to the eye with lots of storage.
Two silver dinosaur jars. Other figurines and colors are possible. On the lids of the decorative jars, dinosaurs have been chosen to preserve beautiful treats, toys and other treasures to offer. After being emptied, the jars can contain a lot of things without being limited to children. Whether in a bathroom to hold beauty products, on a shelf for art supplies, in your child's playroom, to organize the kitchen, the nursery, his office, we find to fill them without difficulty.Ideal for storing everything in every room of the house:- the kitchen: tea, coffee, sweets, sugar, ...- the children's room: letters, legos, little toys, treasures, finds, ...- the bathroom: cotton wool, make-up, samples, ...- the office, the sewing, the DIY, ...- to fill and give as a giftJars are dishwasher safe while lids by hand
I found these metal barstools at the thrift store, and I knew they had a lot of potential! I gave them a quick and easy makeover and now they're absolutely gorgeous. If you love this project, you can see more easy and affordable DIY ideas on my blog, Love & Renovations.
Steph has a tub that she only uses for storage, never bathing! It's a great place for storing bathroom essentials, but it's an eyesore.She came up with an idea to hide the storage without damaging the tub or limiting it's intended use.Head to 3:33 in the above video to see the Fast DIY project.
Many years ago, I found these two outdoor tables at Kohl's for only $2.50 each. I've always been proud of my sweet deal, and knew right away that I didn't have the heart to throw them away when they started looking a bit worse for wear. I knew they needed another chance at being put to work on my patio. I painted them to go with my current patio decor colors and themes of flowers, butterflies and birds, and then went to work on the glass table tops. Because they were to be used outside, I used Outdoor ModPodge (green label). I also had to take into account that since the tables would be 'seen' from the top looking down, that the layers of ephemera would have to be layered from top to bottom. This was a bit harder than it originally seemed. Thankfully, laying it all out and taking a picture BEFORE I set it onto the glass with the ModPodge made the project MUCH easier! The photos really helped me make certain that I'd be able to get all of my prepared embellishments pretty much exactly where I thought they would look the best!