Add adhesive to Terra Cotta saucers, attach the globe, and apply marbles.
Paint the bamboo paper with chalk paint and stick the plaques on with hot glue.
Use Martha Stewart’s Satin Paint to coat the terra cotta pots, and glue them together with E6000.
Remove the sheen from the clock with sandpaper and take out the clock face and fill with tiger eye beads.
Coat a unused window in turquoise and trace in mandala motifs.
Choose a rustic stencil to paint over the box and fill with faux hydrangea bushes.
Dilute the SPiT about 20% to 50% and paint in with vibrant color.
Coat the bust in Metal Effects, and plant your flowers on the top of the head.
Drill a hole through the center of the glass pieces and use hot glue to keep the glass together.
Put fake or real moss inside of a bowl and hot glue the teapot on top.
Use weather proof glue to adhere the globe and vase, then attach marbles with mortar.
Remove the rings of a wine barrel, drill holes in the metal, and connect with a bolt.
Mix equal parts play sand, water, and portland cement, then coat it over an elephant leaf.
Insert a dowel into a styrofoam ball and stick painted pushpins in the styrofoam.
Mix up a bag of concrete, pour into a container holding the tubing, and bend the copper to your desire.
Thread wired beads for the arms and stick sparkling marbles on the body.
Bend the inside petal upward for a 3D effect and spray paint bright colors on the florals.
Use a 9” dish as the base and adhere hot glue a glass candle holder as the center.
Use Krylon Color Master to spray paint to decorate unused wooden shutters.
Glue two 1.5 inch pots together, two 8 inch pots together, and saucers to create the car.
Assemble the peony beads in a floral pattern, bake, and place in the garden.
Makeover a rusty bike with enamel spray paint, and attach a playful sign.
Attach the wall with poultry staples, make the leaves old beaters, and the flowers plates.
Round out scrap wood with a jigsaw and paint on a quote.
Bend and twist the whisk into the body of the dragonfly and apply acrylic pendant beads as the eyes.
Use Martha Stewart Satin paint to design various animals on rocks and seal with modge podge.
Take an unused window, trace out your design, and fill respectively with glass flat marbles.
Weld a stake onto the lamp, remove the remaining glass, and place a flower inside.
Decorate the candlestick with a bright color spray paint and place 3 potted plants on it.
Take an unused mannequin bust, coat in chicken wire, and fill the holes with moss.