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I saw these DIY Christmas balls made from beach balls online and thought they looked easy to make (and they were, thanks to the tutorial). But first I had to go to 1 Target and 2 different Walmarts to find beach balls. I live in FLORIDA people. You’d think every Walmart and Target in this area would have beach balls year round. But, nope! The 2nd Walmart I visited did the trick. I bought 4 balls.
The wall over my couch was just begging for some art. But I'm constantly changing up the frames and art in my home, so I didn't want to hang a large gallery wall and have holes to fill when I wanted a new look.So I decided to build a DIY picture ledge custom to my couch area.
An eggshell mini garden is a great little creative project that you can do to welcome spring. Just on time if you start now - check out how this one turned out at AppleGreen Cottage - if you like it, check out this how-to, and you'll be decorating your home in no time. A super cute way to garden!
Are you looking for a very simple and inexpensive way to create showstopper outdoor planters?
It's amazing how this nasturtium planter and a little bit of tender love and care...
Here's one creative way to welcome spring! Make these lovely seed planters - zero cost and ecological! Read on to see how!
So hiding in the corner of this estate sale was a vintage wooden ironing board. After a few minutes of haggling, the seller was worn down and let it go for $20. I had some idea of what I wanted to do but researched what ideas Hometalk and Pinterest might have. Bunches. With Christmas fast approaching I narrowed my search to Santa. Here is my version.
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!
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.
This corner in Ryan's room was missing something. But I couldn't decide what. When I thought about what she really loved, I knew it had to do with books! This little girl has so many books but no where to enjoy them!So I set out to make her the cutest little reading nook you ever did see!
When I found tomato cages on clearance at the end of the season for $1 each (for the good and sturdy ones!) I had to grab a few. I planned on giving a few to my dad to use in his garden, but when he said he had enough I ended up with a few extra. They sat around for quite awhile until I finally decided what I was going to do with one of them - a christmas tree for my porch! Get the full tutorial here.
I hate stripping. It is messy, time consuming and to be effective, it usually involves harsh chemical products.If you also hate it, you will like this tutorial. I will show you how I re-stained the top of this buffet without stripping or sanding it down using gel stain.
Two silver dinosaur jars. Other figurines and colors are possible. On the lids of the decorative jars, dinosaurs have been chosen to preserve beautiful treats, toys and other treasures to offer. After being emptied, the jars can contain a lot of things without being limited to children. Whether in a bathroom to hold beauty products, on a shelf for art supplies, in your child's playroom, to organize the kitchen, the nursery, his office, we find to fill them without difficulty.Ideal for storing everything in every room of the house:- the kitchen: tea, coffee, sweets, sugar, ...- the children's room: letters, legos, little toys, treasures, finds, ...- the bathroom: cotton wool, make-up, samples, ...- the office, the sewing, the DIY, ...- to fill and give as a giftJars are dishwasher safe while lids by hand