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Some vintage quilts are in gorgeous shape and can still be used on a bed...but then there are others that are falling to pieces! When I found one at a thrift store...that was gorgeous in spots but disintegrating in others, I decided to salvage what I could...and here is the first project I made!
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I'm not sure if you've heard of Unicorn SPiT? It's a water based, non toxic, vibrant colored gel stain and glaze that smells yummy and OMW this stuff is awesome. We made this little cupboard for our fairy loo and it's perfect.
We had a blank wall that needed some sprucing up. Take a look at my take on the classic ship-lap wall, it sure did the trick. I cut plywood to make this shiplap-style wall for CHEAP!! And to add some thickness, I attached 1” chunks to the back. Easy peezy 🙌🏼 Here's how I did it!
Are you wanting to refresh your living room space for cheap?! Here's the project for you! We’ve had this broken, cheesy electric fireplace for too long and the wife and I wanted something more appealing for the holidays. We totally made it over in a few simple steps. Here’s what I did for about $40!
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...
2 Years ago I have created my last wine rack with pallet wood, I have decided to refresh the design and this time bring some more color on board (Using LED lights)Of course if you've decide to create it for yourself using this example, I am as always sharing here a free and interactive plan with you... Check it out!!!If you like it and think some of your friends will, feel free to share to support us...In case you would like to follow the projects I am working on, join me on my Instagram page here
This post was submitted to the Grillo Designs blog by Marcie Goodman. She shares a great step by step tutorial on how how she created this swinging bed from pallets for her deck! Hard to believe right? Keep reading! (You can also see other DIY PALLET project ideas on the blog by clicking HERE)
Would you like to get a vintage look in your room? But couldn't you find the perfect table to fit in your needs? Let's create your own vintage style coffee table from pallets and spend less than $ 30. Are you curious how can you do it? Check and enjoy this tutorial video! :)
My new herringbone pattern headboard made from free pallets, plywood and some 1x4s! This headboard was made from two pallets that we had leftover from when we built our deck. They sat leaning against our house for YEARS waiting for the perfect project. Because these pallets were FREE this made it a very inexpensive project - perfect for my $100 guest room makeover.
I have a confession to make.... I can't cook; but I have a friend who can whip up a delicious meal using stuff I don't even remember buying. She's always bailed me out when my cooking experiments go horribly wrong. The only way I know how to say thank you is to make her something that celebrates her culinary magic.