Take the bark off the wood with a chisel and hammer, then paint the legs.
Sand down the tops of the tables, spray the stencil with adhesive spray, paint over, and stain over the wood.
Spritz with a vinegar water solution, wipe off rust, spray paint bold red, and secure with brackets.
Spend $40 for the wood, stain the top and wipe off with a shirt, and glue the legs together.
Put two of the farmhouse windows sideways, and leave any traces of distressing.
Trace out the top of the table on cardboard, fill with cement, and brush copper leaf randomly in different spots.
Paint base of the side table with milky paint and accent the carved areas gray.
Glue baskets face down to each other, remove the paper from a frame, and place on top of the adhered baskets.
Cut the walls of the beadboard plywood, then attach the top and bottom of the original table with nails.
Apply silicone to the overturned planters, and push a white tray into the opening of the top planter.
Cut off the bottom of 2 plastic buckets, drill into the top faced down on wood legs.
Sand off the sealant on the stool and with the gold paint brush on the clock face details.
Purchase a slab of mulberry off of Craigslist, use a trim router to flatten the stump, and attach the flanges.
Fill the concrete in layers inside of a tabletop form, and begin wet-sanding between layers.
Fill a large planter with cement, have the umbrella inside the planter straight, and let dry.