Easy & Portable!
Do you love S'mores??? Here's an easy DIY S'mores Burner for a yummy S'mores Bar. This DIY is portable, and great for the whole family to enjoy!
Easy & Portable!
For this project you're going to need: (4) Tall multi-photo frames from Dollar Tree, (10-15) Stones bags, (2) Warmers, a black poster board...
A S'mores printout, a white paint marker, and a small cardboard box (as filler).
Pull off tabs from 3 frames.
Use Printout to trace the word "S'mores" on two glass.
Use glass to trace, and cut out a piece of black board.
Use E-6000 to glue glass inside frame with tabs.
Place black poster board inside frame, and secure with tabs. Glue each "S'mores" glass inside frames with E-6000, and then glue them on top of poster board frame.
Use E-6000 to glue last frame on top of other frames. Use a bit of hot glue on corners to help keep frames up.
Use black poster board to create sides of the S'mores box. Glue them on with E-6000. Let box dry for 24hrs.
Place a small empty box inside the S'mores box as filler. Place stones inside box.
Bury burners in stones, and ENJOY with the fam!
Make sure to check out my YouTube Channel for more :
and follow me on social media:
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.
To see more: //youtube.com/c/TheTayraPerezProject
Have you been wanting to update your piano and turn it into a statement piece in your home? It turns out, that using chalk paint, makes painting your piano an easy and inexpensive DIY project that anyone can do. The piano I painted was a free hand-me-down from someone who knows my father-in-law. I know of many people who have found free pianos via Craigslist if you are in the market.
After seeing alot of other people doing this online, we decided to try our hand at it. We had planned on using 3/8" plywood but after looking at what was offered at the time at the local Home Depot, we chose 3/4 inch 7ply plywood. We got the sheets home and ran it through the table saw to 6 inch wide planks. We sanded the planks to give a beveled edge to them, then cleaned off the dust for staining.After we had several of the boards dry after staining, we took them into the bedroom to put down. We used "Liquid Nails" on the back of each board and tacked each one down with 18 guage 1.5" nails. After all the boards were nailed down, we used a pole and pad to apply the polyurathane. We let it dry for 12 hours before applying the second coat. We then let that "cure" for 4 days before moving furniture on it.We really like how it turned out and are planning on doing the rest of the rooms like this.
I wanted to do something different for the holidays. So, I put my thinking cap on and came up with this beauty. I think everyone can enjoy this fun Christmas project a North Pole sign. I'm not sure if I'll us this outside for my porch or inside.. most likely outside. I also thought this would be great for hanging our stockings since we don't have a fireplace. I hope you're as excited as me to make this!
It's been a long time coming, but I've finally tackled my outdated basement bar! I know many of you Hometalker's hate painted wood. But let me tell you, this was paneling. It's not nice wood, so please go easy on me :)
Full details are on the blog. Here are a few snippets!
Hey everyone! Today I'm sharing a project I did a while ago, but one that remains one of my favorite budget wall art ideas! Printing some of our wedding photos as engineering prints :) (If you aren't familiar with engineering prints, they are black and white, printed on regular paper, and are designed to showcase your line drawings and graphics. These over-sized prints promote high-quality black and white line drawings in a variety of sizes. Engineering prints are ideal for architects and builders.)The first thing I did was to print some of my favorite wedding photos using the engineering print method. I had mine printed at a local staples.
I had an idea for a custom wall sconce. Found Some metal wall sconces in the closet that originally had metal candle holders that hung from them. I wanted to use them on boards that were done to match headboard I made previously and hang lanterns that I purchased at gift department of local pharmacy.
A little history behind my latest creation. I went with my friend Susan to a little clothing boutique in my town called The Dirt Road. As soon as I walked through the door, I was inspired at what I saw sitting on the table before me. The first thing that came to my mind was, “Heck, I could make that from one of the old guitars I have upstairs.” Therefore, I did.The photo below is of the wooden jack-o-lantern that inspired me.
This is not your typical pumpkin! Why do pumpkins need to be orange? Well in my house they don't, I wanted something that matched my farmhouse style so I designed these easy pumpkins that are rustic but elegant. So lets not waste time its October already, but these are fast and you can use them until Thanksgiving.
Looking for a fun Halloween craft that’s more classy than creepy? Try this DIY mini Halloween terrarium project. It’s an easy-to-make indoor decoration. After Halloween is over you can remove the painted stone and replace it with an air plant or some crystals. Grab the kids and start collecting some rocks. Make this easy Halloween decoration in just one afternoon.