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If you’re looking for a side table or plant stand for your home that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg this is a great alternative. I’ll show you step-by-step how to make one using Dollar Tree supplies. Be sure to take a look at the full video tutorial below to get more details and the supplies you will need.
Want to send someone something special, but don’t want to spend a lot on a pretty card and envelope? Maybe you just want to add a personal touch to make your pen pal smile or to make your girlfriend happy when she checks the mail?Say no more!Today I’ve got an affordable way to customize paper with a cool marbling effect and a way to make an adorable envelope from a simple piece of paper!
Do you ever buy bits and pieces at thrift stores and garage sales with no idea what you plan on doing with them? That is what happened when I bought the rake and later on the bedspring. I finally decided to turn the bedspring into a bottle holder. Or if you prefer an orchid planter.
I'm sure if you look around in your cupboards you will find one or two of these, we all have them. By them I mean the silver serving platters. I inherited mine and held on to them. Never actually used them for what they were supposed to be used for, but I loved the shape of them. So when I was searching for the perfect frame for my beloved Grandma's pictures these immediately came to mind. My Gramma lived to the beautiful age of 103. She passed last November due to complications from a fall. Up until then she was blessed with good health and was able to live in her own home. I was given a picture of her when she was a young girl of 13 and I had the picture of her already of her at 103. She is deeply missed but these pictures help fill that void and are a reminder of what a remarkable woman she was.
These easy DIY Spring napkin holders are super simple to create and will make your Easter and Mother's Day table pretty! If you are hosting Easter dinner or Mother's Day brunch and love to decorate, you may enjoy this simple Spring inspired craft project. I purchased a set of vintage wooden napkin holders at a local thrift store and dressed them up for my Easter dinner table. They really dressed up each place setting and can be used again and again. I have always been a very crafty person and love to put a creative spin on my decorating projects.
Do you have a few mason jars sitting around your house? Maybe they are being used as a vase for some flowers right now or possibly drinking glasses (that’s what we do in our house). I am going to show you how to paint mason jars and when we’re done you’ll feel confident on how to transform a plain mason jar into a colorful piece of decor with just some simple craft paint!Today’s guide on how to paint mason jars is part of a monthly challenge to DIY a craft using just the supplies we already have on hand. I’ve had just a fun time trying to get creative with my supplies and this month was no different.
Sometimes it can be hard to find a duvet that fits your needs, but did you know you can make one? Even with a 45" fabric! This is a simple sewing tutorial that will show you how you can transform a flat sheet and several yards of fabric (no matter the width) into a custom duvet cover! Find the full list of materials to buy in order to complete this project, in the Materials section of this project. We want to help you DIY, so some of the materials in this post are linked to sellers. Just so you know, Hometalk may collect a small share of sales from the links on this page.
This was a very nice shade till the cat knocked over the lamp and busted the bracket. So I love the shape and needed a basket.
We probably ALL have books laying around that we don't want anymore. Now you can turn those books into custom works of art for any occasion or holiday.All you need for this project is a book (hard cover is best), a ruler that is marked in Centimeters and a pencil. There are a lot of FREE patterns on the internet (visit my blog post for additional links). For THIS particular single heart fold, I used this pattern found HERE. I recommend starting with this Instructables tutorial as it gives you a clear, simple place to start.
I could not find the perfect light for this space without spending a fortune. I decided to make one myself and save money in the process.
Whether you've replaced your old yoga mat with a new one or you have one that sits in your closet untouched - don't throw it out! There a great options to reuse it and who doesn't like that? These 5 clever hacks will have you putting that old mat to good use in not time.