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For all of you DIYers out there who are hesitant to make things because of the lack of tools, this project is for you! I assembled this project using nothing but a staple gun! You can also choose to just use a hammer and nails. I love vintage wood skis and I saw some on sale at Pottery Barn for a low price of only $399.00 dollars (https://www.potterybarn.com/products/found-wooden-skis/?pkey=e%7Cwooden%2Bskis%7C4%7Cbest%7C0%7C1%7C48%7C%7C1&cm_src=PRODUCTSEARCH) Well, not sure about you, but that's way out of my budget! So I decided I make a set myself for the holidays. Lets get started
If you're looking for a simple way to add a little light to your space, here is the perfect project for you! This would also make a great project to do with your students, kids, grandkids, or girlfriends -- though if you do this project with littles, I would recommend using a different glue than hot glue unless you take over for the cutting and the gluing parts. :) 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.
Here's an awesome way to add a wall light and use the cord as wall decoration. I did a similar project on my ceiling you can check out here:http://www.hometalk.com/19803036/cord-decor-lighting-**Please use extreme caution when working with electricity!
While I am writing these words, I can hear a voice in my head: "Not again a DIY cutlery project!" Do I have a choice?
Since I ran wild on Ebay one night, due to sleep deprivation and boredom, I have a whole drawer full of different pieces of cutlery. As long as I find a use for these, I can make my family and friends believe that my habit of hoarding material is totally cute and charming and not a reason for an intervention *.
* I do not want to know what happens if someone finds my collection of lace ribbons. I got these after a fun night with a pot of black tea and my discovery of Dawanda (the German version of Etsy).
I made this ghost pumpkin centerpiece by making tea light holders from white Casperita pumpkins along with acorns and fall greenery. It could be used as a halloween entryway decoration or as a Thanksgiving centerpiece.Here's the basic instructions for the ghost pumpkin centerpiece. Full instructions are posted on my blog (link below).
Quick and easy way to give your boring wall (wherever that is, master bedroom in our case) a quick one day solo makeover!
Wrapping twigs is such a quick and simple craft activity I have no idea why I haven’t done it before! It’s perfect for adults and children alike. All you need is odds and ends of yarn and some twigs. It is the perfect project for using up small pieces of yarn.
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.