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Hey Y'all!!! I'm am so excited about this project!If you're looking for a statement piece for your home decor but don't want to dig deep in your pockets, this is totally the project for you! Who would have thought a door mat could become such a wall beauty?!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.
I wanted my bathroom to be magical. Why not? I wanted to find some art that swept you away into another place when you entered my bathroom, something that was large but not overwhelming. After all it's just a little bathroom...everyone has them and I wanted mine to be remembered.
I have 3 boys and they all have a bad habit of swinging chairs on to 2 legs. Often it ends up with one of them swinging back too far and landing on the floor. Occasionally the strain is just too much for the chair and a leg snaps. Instead of throwing away the latest kitchen chair casualty. I decided to upcycle it into some unique kitchen storage just like I did with my awesome bathroom storage unit (see it here).
I had this empty wall in my living room that needed something large to fill the space. The only thing I had was a mirror - but I didn't want a mirror on this wall.
Instead, I used a technique for creating mercury glass on the mirror to give it an antiqued look.
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Hello everyone! So, there was a beautiful mirror wall art at Pier 1 imports, that I liked so much, but I didn’t want to pay for the pricetag of what it was going for, so I decided to create my own mirror art using a beautiful doormat!! It turned out so beautiful! Here is how I achieved my beautiful art mirror:
Here's a surprise birthday gift I made for my dear hubby! It's made from an 42" big old glass table top!
I am currently doing a room makeover for my daughters and i wanted some picture canvases for behind their beds. After looking everywhere i couldn't find the size that i wanted for less than $90 so i decided i was going to make them myself. I found my canvases at ROSS for $7.99 they came in a package of 2.I printed my pictures at Walmart in matte photo paper: my picture size was 20x30 and they were around $18 each. You can WATCH THE FULL VIDEO TUTORIAL BELOW..If you like it do not forget to subscribe for more tutorials like this one :)
Create a beautiful art piece using the acrylic pouring technique. It is such a fun and creative process you will be hooked!
My cute Plantation Desk needed some artwork to give it some pizazz, but our budget was tight. Here's how you can create your own artwork for just pennies using what you have in your home!
Have you heard of paint pouring? I think it's a new trend that's happening right now! But I'm going one step further to pour using a sink strainer! Who knew a strainer could create amazing art? And without ever touching a paint brush, too? This is so me!
I wanted to do something different with my master bedroom walls. My original plan was to build a super original and rustic headboard, but that would take time, money and skills I didn't have, so I decided to stay in my comfort zone: paint. And I couldn't be happier with the result.