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As we all know, decor trends are always changing. It's hard to keep up. Are you itching for a new holiday style, but worried about budget? You can create a whole new look for your Christmas tree using Dollar Store items for A LOT less than you would expect!
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'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...
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
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
I love it when people ask me if I can make them something that I’ve never made before. I hardly ever think I can’t make that. Instead, I think how can I make that? Case in point: my friend Beth asked if I could make her a cork board. I’ve never made a cork board before but of course I said yes!Beth has a successful career in the fashion industry and she needed somewhere to pin up samples and orders at her desk. She had been taping things to the wall behind her desk which resulted in the paint slowly chipping away (not quite the inspiring workplace view she was hoping for).
I had found this old forgotten toolbox at a garage sale and just knew I had to have it, even tho I didn't know what I was going to do with it at the time. When I got home, I scoured the internet for inspiration. I saw a picture of a toolbox on the wall that was used to store books. Well, the only walls in my home that are empty are in the bathroom and the lightbulb went off! So here is the easy and quick project I did using that old forgotten toolbox.
So I was visiting my mom and saw she had kept all the clear glass vases the flowers came in over the years from the florist. So I decided to paint them. Not a new idea on this website, but I do have a few tips that might help someone trying for the first time.
These pumpkins are so cute. They are super versatile and take under an hour to make.Depending on the size and the amount of pumpkins you do this project can take you from 20 minutes to 2 hours to make. (not including setting times) A small 6″ pumpkin will be in the 20 minute range. Take into consideration that I mixed my concrete in small batches by hand (with a metal spoon). So it took a bit longer than if I would of had a mixing attachment to help mix my concrete. I’m sure that would shorten my projects time almost in half.Total Cost : $17-$20.(price may very. Depending on what you already have at home. My pumpkins cost me around $17 to make)
My daughter's school had a Trunk or Treat for the 2nd time this year. Each class had a book theme, ours was The Cat in the Hat. I had a great time doing it and most of all seeing it come together.I think anyone can use these great ideas for a birthday party as well.... or even classroom decor. Hope you enjoy.